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Congaree National Park

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Congaree National Park, South Carolina

The loblolly pine might sound funny, but these trees are serious at Congaree. At sixteen stories high, the tallest loblolly pine (sorry, we just love saying that name) in the United States can be Read more...
The loblolly pine might sound funny, but these trees are serious at Congaree. At sixteen stories high, the tallest loblolly pine (sorry, we just love saying that name) in the United States can be found right here. Besides monster trees, this park boasts some killer hikes and free camping. That’s right. Fee free, baby. There are both front- and backcountry sites available, so you can get all up in this nature. If you want to experience the beauty from the water, you can either paddle your way down the River Blue Trail or take advantage of one of this park’s limited canoe tours. If the canoe’s for you, be sure to reserve a tour early! And, if you snag a spot, keep your eyes peeled for some of that sweet Spanish moss that dangles from many of the trees in this area. Sound good? So pack your water shoes and head over to South Carolina’s first and only National Park!
Bluff Campground
Park yourself at Longleaf and get ready to relish in the beauty of South Carolina forest. This dreamy...
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Long Leaf Campground
Baby got back…-country campsites. If you dig the depths of the South Carolina woods, hike over to...
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Cooper's Farm & The Other Place
Cole: Plenty of room for privacy and primitively calling !
Direct book$20/night
Starry Pines
Vaclav: Nice camping place, unfortunately the water in the little lake is not really suitable for swimming . M...
Direct book$15/night
Big Pine Peninsula
Andrew: Big Pine Peninsula is a great camping spot for anyone looking for a quiet, secluded and beautiful camp...
Direct book$20/night
Camper in the Woods
Judy: Beautiful wooded location with a 26' camper with all necessary amenities included. Full kitchen, bath...
Direct book$50/night
Rosewood Rendezvous Tiny Cabin
Katie: This is the first of 6 cabins to be built at Rosewood Farm and Agripark! It will ultimately be a...
Direct book$80/night
Lake Tata Grove
Kenneth : Camping on a working farm with cattle and horses. Fishing, swimming, cooking out, and year round...
Direct book$40/night
Horse Heaven
Kylie: Come set up camp in our plethora of pine trees, wake up to the sound of nature. Here on the farm we...
Direct book$20/night
Secluded Forest Retreat
Alex: "NEW" treasure hunt for campers looking for something different and fun. Similar to geocaching but...
Direct book$60/night
Georges Riverside Jungle Camp
William Reed
William Reed: Won't be able to stay
Direct book$150/night
Poinsett Campground

Poinsett Campground

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Kammi: Gorgeous and peaceful, although fills up in the weekends
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Trail Blazer Survival Camp
Andrew: This location was a nice getaway. With primitive camping and free-range of the land, it was nice to be...
Request book$20/night
The Powell's Place
Andrew: April is a fantastic host, made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived, will absolutely stay again...
Direct book$15/night
Sequicentennial Campground
Patricia: Small area. Good for younger kids who like hiking and bank fishing. Kinda boring for older kids. Grea...
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Seeds Farm
La Rahna: We are an emerging farm with an attached farm and restaurant. We have camping sites available and will...
Direct book$20/night
Camping by the DuckPond
Judy: Camping by the DuckPond is primitive to semi-primitive camping. Open areas surrounded by trees and...
Direct book$30/night
Rosewood Farm & Agripark
Katie: Ever feel like you need to just get away for a day or two? Have you ever fallen asleep under the stars...
Direct book$40/night
Santee Campground

Santee Campground

75% Recommend – 4 Responses
Patricia: Campgrounds are good but lake is dangerous. Don't take your own boat! Opt for the guided fishing trip.
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Live Oak Private Camp
Scott: A beautiful spot for primitive camping. Bathrooms with running water. (No hot water) lots of space to ...
Request book$35/night
Rocky Branch Seasonal Camp
Rocky Branch Seasonal Camp is abundant with both migratory and resident fauna, populating the confines...
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Lake Wataree Campground
Patricia: Great campground, great boating and fishing but only one or two campsites where you can beach boat at ...
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