This South Carolina beach state park is an outdoor destination that should sit high on any camper’s to-visit list. Entering the park, you’ll be greeted with public beaches, fishing piers, Read more...
This South Carolina beach state park is an outdoor destination that should sit high on any camper’s to-visit list. Entering the park, you’ll be greeted with public beaches, fishing piers, nature trails, and more. Existing atop a green patch of land along the Grand Strand coastline, the park has one of the most intact maritime forests anywhere in the country. And once you’re done admiring the beautiful views of the sea, you’d be remiss not to check out the nearby boardwalk, which includes a small amusement park, to boot.
Even though this nearly 60-mile stretch of beach is synonymous with four- and five-star hotels, camping here is something not to pass up. With over 300 campsites available to reserve, many of which offer full RV hook-ups and access to bathing stations, it’s no hard task to find one to
Taking advantage of the early morning sunrise, wander into the park’s endless green landscape to find fantastic wildlife watching opportunities along this unique stand of oak-filled maritime forest. It’s the beachy wilderness you didn’t know you were looking for, one that’s perfect to hit-up during spring break.
The park is usually a no-go come the winter months, so we’d recommend checking it out during the early spring and late summer months.