RVers can enjoy a short but sweet 518 mile weekend road trip, from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, to Rock Hill, South Carolina. Head south on Route 1, 367, 113, 13, and Interstate 64 to exit 284A then take Interstate 264 to Exit 1, followed by Interstate 664 to Exit 13A, Highway 58 to Interstate 84, and then continue south on Interstate 85 to Charlotte, South Carolina. From Charlotte take Interstate 77 west and Route 122 to Rock Hill. While staying near Rehoboth Beach you can opt for amenities camping at private RV campgrounds in the region or head a little further southwest of Rehoboth Beach to Trap Pond State Park. The campground at Trap Pond State Park has 142 sites on the north shore of the lake, 130 of which accommodate RVs from 25 to 50 feet in length, with water and electric hookups. The campsites are reservable and the campground on the lakeshore has restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
During your Rehoboth Beach stay, stroll the mile-long boardwalk, which is lined with attractions, shops, and dining establishments. The boardwalk is the site of regular festivals and events and provides beautiful ocean views. Check out the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk Webcam for a taste of what's in store. If you get tired of walking, you can rent bikes or surreys to travel the beachfront boardwalk. Swim, take a cruise, and enjoy watersports in and on the ocean, or just kick back and relax on the sunny beach.
Delmarva Discovery Tours offers tours of local breweries, wineries, farms, gardens, and more in the Rehoboth Beach area, and for more family fun check out Funland, an amusement park with 19 rides including old favorites, a carousel, and thrill rides. You won't get bored at Rehoboth Beach where there is fun for everyone in your family to start off your RV trip.
Traveling through Virginia on Highway 58, take Route 360, 613, and 344 north and east, a 16-mile journey, to the north side of the Dan River, for riverside camping and recreation at Staunton River State Park. The park and campground are located on the banks of the Buggs Island Lake/John H. Kerr Reservoir where the Staunton and Dan Rivers converge. Visitors enjoy fishing, boating, and watersports, on the 480000 acres of waterway, accessible from the park recreation areas.
Hike on one of the nine multi-use trails in the park, and keep an eye out for local wildlife. The park even features an Olympic sized swimming pool, a wading pool, and a disc golf course. The park's campground has RV campsites that accommodate RV units up to 30 and 45 feet with electric and water hookups. There is an RV dump station, showerhouse, laundry facilities, and flush toilet restrooms at the campground. Several campsites are just across from the riverfront trails. This park and campground make an excellent place for an overnight stay on your trip to Rock Hill with natural areas and water fun.
Wet N Wild Emerald Pointe is located in Greensboro, North Carolina, which you pass through on Interstate 85 on your journey west. This amazing water park is one of the largest in North Carolina, and rated one of the top 10 water parks in the US. With 38 water rides and attractions, and five million gallons of water, the fun is endless. This huge water park covers 42 acres and features thrilling water slides, wading pools, raft rides, a sunken ship, and a lazy river. There are plenty of family dining options on-site so you can “fuel up” after a hard day's play.
Make sure you bring plenty of sunscreen for your day of wet and wild fun so you don't get burned. Camp in Greensboro at the Greensboro KOA where you will find RV sites accommodating rigs up to 70 feet, with 50 amp electric hookups. The campground has a pool, WiFi, a picnic pavilion, and dog park, and propane and firewood sales are available on site.
When traveling through Charlotte, North Carolina, be sure to take in a race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The schedule of events for the speedway can be found at their Website. The speedway was founded in 1960 and is now a 20 000 acre track and grounds with racing, tailgating, and camping for motorsports enthusiasts. You can camp on-site with your RV at lots that accommodate 40-foot trailers, and 50 foot RV units, with full RV hookups including sewer. RV camping amenities on-site include laundry facilities, flush toilets, restrooms, and a playground. The speedway provides racing schools, motorsport events, a dirt bike track, event halls, and everything from casual dining to fine dining. The speedway is located on US Highway 29, just south of your route on Interstate 85, north of Charlotte. During your stay in Charlotte, visit the
Nascar Hall of Fame and learn about the excitement and history of NASCAR racing through their excellent interactive exhibits.
Your destination of Rock Hill, South Carolina, has beautiful parks, fun activities, and great RV camping nearby. During your stay, head southeast of town to the Andrew Jackson State Park campground which has 25 spacious sites with water and electric hookups. Five of the sites are paved and can accommodate RVs up to 36 feet in length, while the remaining 20 sites are gravel surfaced and accommodate units up to 30 feet. Amenities at the campground include restrooms with flush toilets and hot showers. Many of the sites are right on the lake and a trail encircling the lake is a great place for a stroll after a day of swimming, boating, or fishing at the lake.
While visiting Rock Hill, explore the Glencairn Garden. This 11-acre green paradise has beautiful landscaped lawns, year-round blooms, and lovely trails. You can also enjoy Fountain Park located in Rock Hill’s Old Town. The park features an interactive water jet display, an outdoor stage where live performances are regularly held, and Food Truck Friday on the third Friday of every month between May and September. Rock Hill also boasts a Center for the Arts with three galleries exhibiting local, national, and international artists, and there is a fun and educational Children's Museum located on Main Street.