South Carolina RV Camping
South Carolina RV Camping and Campgrounds
South Carolina RV camping offers just about every type of outdoor recreational opportunity. US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has several water containment projects great for RV camping. Two national forests feature dispersed camping and RV campsites, private RV parks are located just about everywhere, and state and national parks offer even more camping opportunities. From seashore camping to remote mountain campsites, South Carolina has great RV camping destinations.
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Public RV Camping and Campgrounds
The following are only a few examples of the great public RV camping locations available in South Carolina.
The Nantahala National Forest offers numerous recreation opportunities along the Kings Mountain State Park. Reservable RV camping is available. The campground offers 115 water and electric hookup campsites suitable for any size RV .
RV camping is available at the Richard B Russell Dam and Lake managed by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Calhoun Falls State Park is part of this USACE water containment project.
RV camping is available at Buck Hall Recreation Area managed by the US Forest Service. Reserved and first come first serve campsites suitable for tents and RVs of all sizes.
Rustic camping for vehicles with tents is available at Congaree National Park.There is an 8 site primitve campground with chemical toilets, fire rings with grills, and picnic tables. Free camping permit is required and available at visitor center.
The Sand Hills State Forest offers family, horse, and RV camping opportunities in a rustic setting. Bird watching, shady seclusion, rustic picnic
shelters, a fishing lake and nature trail are just some of the activities.
County Park Campgrounds
Several counties in South Carolina offer RV camping. County resident campers are often charged a lower camping fee than non residents. To find these campgrounds, try and Internet search using the term – county park campground sc. A great example of the RV camping opportunities available is James Island County Park near Charleston. This county park campground has full hookup and primitive sites available for any size RV.