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Just south of the North Carolina-South Carolina border and only about 45 minutes southwest of Charlotte, NC, the town of Clover, SC, is an area that is just waiting to be explored. Officially incorporated in 1887, the little town got its early beginnings as a railroad town as it was the perfect distance between the larger towns of Yorkville and Gastonia, North Carolina. The town grew into an agricultural center, with a focus on cotton farming and processing. Today, adventurers are drawn to the area because Clover is the perfect compromise for those wanting to be near a big city and those wanting to be near to nature.
There are public transit services in some of the more densely populated areas of York County, though those services do not reach Clover itself. Luckily enough, the roads are wide and relatively easy to drive along when you rent an RV in Clover.
After you book an RV in York County, you’ll be able to explore the area’s history, towns, and the surrounding natural escapes and wildlife. As you drive around the Carolinas, you’ll be met with such adventure that you’ll wonder why more people don’t travel to this part of the Southeast more often.
If you want to explore some of the local beauty of Clover, just about 20 minutes west of town is Kings Mountain State Park. If you’re an experienced hiker, you can set out on the 16-mile loop of the Kings Mountain Hiking Trail and marvel at the granite outcrops as you traverse the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. If you’re looking for something a little easier, you can take a stroll along the Kings Mountain Nature Trail and learn about the plant and wildlife in the area and be delighted by the wildflowers of various colors, or you can spend some time on the Living History Farm Trail and see a historic farmhouse, mill, and blacksmith shop.
Northeast of Clover, on the other side of Charlotte, NC, sits Uwharrie National Forest. Here, you can take it easy with a stroll around the lake or challenge yourself with a trail that leads you over the foothills of the Uwharrie Mountains. Or if you’re really just looking to enjoy a day out and about with your family, you can head to the Badin Lake Recreation Area section of the park and play a game of disc golf or go for a swim in the cool waters of Badin Lake. Uwharrie is a wonderful place to park your Clover RV rental at one of the campsites for a night, enjoy the sounds of nature, and take your time to explore this underrated part of the United States.
If you’re willing to drive you Clover RV rental by owner a little bit farther, about two and a half hours northwest, also in North Carolina, is Pisgah National Forest. At more than 500,000 acres, Pisgah is bursting with opportunity for exploration. With seemingly countless trails to choose from, you’ll have no shortage of options for day hiking or backpacking through some of the Carolinas’ most beautiful country. If hiking isn’t your idea of a good time, you can go canoeing, kayaking, or even tubing down one of the many creeks or rivers. With rolling mountains, lush vegetation, and babbling brooks, Pisgah is the perfect representation of nature in the Carolinas.
After exploring the overwhelming beauty of the Carolinas, you’re going to need to find somewhere near town to park your Clover motorhome rental by owner for the night.
If you enjoyed your adventures in Kings Mountain State Park, why not stay the night? The Camp York site at Kings Mountain offers electrical and water hookups, as well as restrooms with showers. While amenities are somewhat simple here, getting to be this close to the natural wonder of the Carolinas is a treat all on its own.
About 30 minutes to the east is Charlotte/Fort Mill KOA. A nice destination for RV travelers, this KOA offers full hookups, bathrooms with showers, and WiFi. Not only that, but to make up for the distance from Clover, you can delight in some miniature golf, a pool, and cable television. This KOA is located right between Clover and Charlotte, making it a nice central point by providing easy access to various destinations.
After you’ve explored the beauty of the Carolinas, it will be time to turn your Clover camper rental back where it came from and explore the wonders of this little town.
If you didn’t get quite enough of Kings Mountain State Park, you can head back and spend some time learning about the American Revolutionary War at Kings Mountain National Military Park. When one thinks about the American Revolution, they tend to think about New England and the Northeast. However, some major battles were fought in the south, one of which was The Battle of Kings Mountain. Often considered to be the turning point of the war for America, this first major victory for the Americans helped spur their forces further and fight back against the invading British forces. You can explore the battlefield and learn about the idiosyncrasies of the battle, and the war, that was fought for American independence.
When you’re in South Carolina, be sure to treat yourself to some of that famous, pork-centric, sauce-heavy South Carolina BBQ and some hearty, home-style Southern cooking. It’s okay, you’ll work off all the calories hiking and climbing around the Carolinas.