Dreher Island Campground

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Folding Trailer

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


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

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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.

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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

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In the heart of Lake Murray on a gorgeous island covered in forests and spellbinding beaches, Dreher Island State Park is truly a magical place to visit in South Carolina. When you rent an RV near Prosperity, you'll be just a short drive outside from Columbia, and you’ll be able to reach any of the state’s magnificent attractions, national forests, state parks, and other places of interest with ease. From the mountains of the northern part of the state to the brilliant shorelines with world-famous getaways like Charleston and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is an excellent place to go camping.

The campground at Dreher Island State Park has two separate camping areas, with over 100 paved campsites to choose from, and an additional 15 sites for tent campers to use. RV sites are available with electrical hookups, though water and sewer connections aren't offered. When you stay at a campsite at Dreher Island, you'll also have easy access to showers and restroom facilities.

In addition to heavily wooded campsites with shade and privacy galore, Dreher Island Campground has lovely beaches, swimming areas, and some of South Carolina’s best fishing in the massive Lake Murray. There are boat ramps, fish cleaning areas, and frequently held fishing tournaments in this beloved recreation area, along with three playgrounds, picnic shelters, hiking trails, and a gift shop with souvenirs. It may not be a luxury resort, but this rustic campground will leave you absolutely satisfied.

The Great Outdoors

South Carolina is packed to the brim with inspiring nature parks and recreation areas, making it a beloved camping destination throughout the year. Steps from your campsite, Dreher Island State Park is in the middle of the 50,000-acre lake. Hiking around the island, swimming in the lake, kayaking or canoeing, and, of course, fishing make up the bulk of the park’s activities.

Lake Greenwood State Park is another fabulous option, found on the shores of nearby Lake Greenwood. Dating back to the days of the New Deal and built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, there is a collection of old buildings and landmarks on site along with fabulous lakeshores, swimming areas, beaches, playgrounds, and a small history museum. You can even camp overnight with your RV rental on the paved RV sites found beside Lake Greenwood.

Sesquicentennial State Park is just outside of the state capital and was named and donated to the city of Columbia during its 150th birthday celebration and contains a myriad of nature trails carving through the dense pine forests. Campsites are available for tents and RVs, along with picnic shelters, lodges, and a retreat center for family reunions or large gatherings. With splash pads, a large lake for swimming or boating, a dog walking park, and a gift shop, this park is certainly one of the best in the region.

The state’s lone national park isn’t far from Columbia or Dreher Island State Park, so don’t miss out on an opportunity to visit Congaree National Park when you book a motorhome rental near Prosperity, SC. This small national park is practically made for kayaking and canoeing, with hundreds of miles of tributaries, streams, and rivers to navigate. Hiking is also possible on a network of trails and boardwalks cutting through the wetlands and swamps of this enticing conservation area, and camping overnight is part of the fun too.

City Sightseeing

The state capital is just a short drive away when you rent an RV near Dreher Island Campground, and it opens up a world of possibilities. Historic landmarks like the State Capitol Building, an assortment of museums, and dozens of other attractions make it worth your while to venture over to Columbia for a day trip. The Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Garden is a splendid place to spend the afternoon, housing 350 species and 2,000 animals from around the globe. Stroll through the 70-acre garden, and learn about the wildlife at this family-friendly location.

Also in Columbia, the South Carolina State Museum is a fabulous depository for all things related to South Carolina, telling the story of the Palmetto State from the very beginning to the present day. This modern-looking museum has several stories of interactive displays, a planetarium, a 4D theater, and so much more.

Art lovers can set aside a day to visit the Columbia Museum of Art, containing stunning sculptures and a smattering of masterpieces adorning its gallery walls. You can see artwork from famed talents like Warhol and van Gogh at this epic collection in Columbia.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Lynches Woods Park Trail, SCNewberry, SC
  • Little Gap Trail, SCProsperity, SC
  • Crooked Creek Trail, SCChapin, SC
  • Palmetto Trail , SCJenkinsville, SC
  • Buncombe Trail, SCWhitmire, SC
  • Lake Murray Trail, SCColumbia, SC
  • Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trail, SCClinton, SC
  • Irmo Community Park Trail, SCIrmo, SC
  • Saluda Shoals Trail, SCColumbia, SC
  • Columbia Loop, SCColumbia, SC

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