Charleston KOA

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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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On the outskirts of Charleston, South Carolina, you can book an RV in Charleston County and have the vacation of your dreams. No place is more ideally suited for such a trip than Charleston KOA, over in Ladson. This charming park blends peaceful countryside vibes with the conveniences of the city, with only a short drive to the historic neighborhoods of Charleston by the water. Gorgeous old buildings, restored plantation homes, divine beaches, and great weather await you when you pick up your campervan rental in sunny South Carolina.

Charleston KOA features dreamy azalea and oak trees lining the entrance drive. Guests may choose from several different types of camping accommodations, like RV sites, cozy, rustic cabins, or tent camping spaces. In addition to group camping areas for large gatherings, there are many different RV campsites to accommodate you and your RV rental. The campsites are spacious and private, so you can feel at ease while camping at Charleston KOA.

A variety of activities are on offer in the park, like basketball, horseshoes, a game room, a recreation hall, and several dog walking areas. The coffee cafe and lounge make for a peaceful place to catch up, do some work, or simply grab a fresh cup of coffee in the morning before starting your day. Golf cart paths ensure that customers can navigate throughout the park with ease, and the playground and pool make for some exciting possibilities for people of all ages.

The Great Outdoors

Charleston County is home to plenty of parks and recreation areas so you won't have to go far when you want to get out and reconnect with Mother Nature. Givhans Ferry State Park is quite close to Charleston KOA, an ideal place to kick off your trip in style. The most iconic part of this amazing park is the copper marl limestone bluffs lining the Edisto River, a natural heritage site created by ancient ocean deposits. Picnicking, birdwatching, hiking, fishing, geocaching, and biking are all great ways to make use of the park. Volleyball courts, playgrounds, a park store, and a campground further add to its appeal as a destination for you and the campervan rental. Poinsett State Park is a bit farther away, adjoined with Manchester State Forest, a massive entity with wide swaths of forestland you can trek through. This magical place has lots of fossilized seashells and ancient ocean critters embedded in its limestone cliff sides, as well as a massive population of wildlife species like alligators, lynx, and cottonmouth snakes, among other things.

Francis Marion National Forest is just north of Charleston, with an eclectic mix of ecosystems perfect for exploration and wildlife photography. Subtropical coniferous forests, riparian habitats, wetlands, swamps, and prairies comprise this fantastic park, named for Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion who was called the “Swamp Fox” for his guerrilla warfare tactics and ability to attack and disappear back into the swamps. This impressive forest has four wilderness areas and a quarter-million acres to navigate.

South Carolina’s lone national park, Congaree National Park, is located just outside of Columbia, the state’s capital. The park is home to ancient old-growth forests, dotted with cypress trees and majestic oaks. There are zig-zagging boardwalks and narrow trails winding through the park’s wetlands and mangroves, with hundreds of miles of waterways to explore by kayak or canoe. Hiking is certainly fun in this national park, but kayaking offers an experience that cannot be matched.

Exploring the City

There is so much to do in Charleston, South Carolina that you should plan to spend a day or two in the downtown area seeing the many sights and attractions the historic city has to offer. Hundreds of old homes built over 300 years ago line the old cobblestone walkways by the waterfront, taking you back to another time period. The famous Battery walkway is home to cannons, antique buildings, and plaques commemorating the events that took place in the city.

While RV camping at Charleston KOA, you can reach Fort Sumter National Monument by ferry ride. The fort was the place where the Civil War first began, when Confederate forces attacked the military outpost, seizing supplies and munitions while taking the fort as their own. Park rangers give tours of this piece of history, telling stories about the first shots fired and the strategic importance of the area.

The South Carolina Aquarium has an impressive collection with over 5,000 animals representing a long list of species from all over the world. In addition to sea critters, there are some cool land animals inside, like majestic bald eagles and dinosaur-like alligators. Albino alligators, alien-looking jellyfish, and families of sea turtles can be seen when you visit this harbor-side aquarium space.

Another place worth looking into if you rent an RV near Charleston KOA is the adventure waterpark in North Charleston. This wild place features thrilling rides, water slides, splash pads, lazy rivers, wave pools, and more. Splash around in the water or grab a snack at the snack bar while you take a break from the many water features in the park, great for people of all ages.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Wannamaker North Trail, SCGoose Creek, SC
  • Wannamaker County Park Loop, SCCharleston, SC
  • Sawmill Branch Bike and Hike trail, SCSummerville, SC
  • Rosebrock Park - Live Oak Trail, SCSummerville, SC
  • Magnolia Gardens, SCNorth Charleston, SC
  • Marrington Plantation Trail, SCHillsdale Park, SC
  • Cypress Gardens, SCMoncks Corner, SC
  • Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site Trail, SCCharleston, SC
  • West Ashley Bike Trail, SCJohns Island, SC
  • Caw Caw Trail, SCRavenel, SC

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