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People say that all roads lead to somewhere, and that cannot be truer than in Greenwood. Located at the confluence of no less than five major highways, including Routes 178, 221 and 72, this charming town is easily accessible from anywhere in the Upland and Midland regions of South Carolina. Midway between Greenville and Columbia, it is an ideal stop off for anyone planning a road trip through The Palmetto State.

Like many towns across North America, Greenwood was first established as a railroad town. The arrival of the railroad stirred the beginning of the cotton industry in the area, and by 1890 the town had its very own cotton mill. Although the textile industry has now subsided in Greenwood, agriculture continues to be the towns primary industry.

Today, visitors flock to this charming town to learn about the area's railroad heritage and take advantage of the abundance of lakes in the area. With moderate temperatures, all year round, book an RV in Greenwood County today and head out on that fabulous fun-filled family adventure!

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The Great Outdoors

One of the main reasons travelers choose an RV rental in Greenwood is to catch a glimpse of the vast Lake Greenwood. With over 11,000 acres of water and a 200-mile long shoreline, this really is an unmissable attraction. Along with its numerous hiking trails, Lake Greenwood is also incredibly popular among boaters and fishermen hoping to catch a glimpse of one to the many largemouth bass up for grabs here! For the avid fishermen out there, the lake is part of a larger network of waterways known as The Lakelands, an area that has gained a statewide reputation for competitive fishing.

There are also a number of local parks to explore in Greenwood when you rent an RV here. West Cambridge Park is one of the most popular parks, and there are good reasons for this. Only 11-acres in size, the park has an incredible amount of amenities. As well as sandpits and playing areas for kids, there is a beautiful central pavilion and a three-mile-long walking path that winds through the park, ideal for a leisurely stroll.

For a unique experience in the great outdoors, why not head to Emerald Farm. This working dairy farm, measuring at over 74 acres, offers families a great day out. From picnicking under one of the giant oak trees to taking a leisurely stroll through the pastures and meeting some of the resident farm animals (including llamas!), there is something here for the whole family!

RV Parks

There are quite a few places to camp out with your Greenwood RV rental. For those that have fallen in love with Lake Greenwood during their visit, consider staying at the campground located within the state park. All 125 campsites are dotted along the lake’s shoreline, each providing campers with stunning sunrise views over the water. As well as sufficient washroom facilities there are full hookups for a limited number of sites, so get there early to guarantee the best spots!

For those that are heading out towards Clinton, there are plenty of campgrounds to choose from. Located along Interstate Route 72, is the All Seasons Family Campground that lives up to its name and offers travelers a place to stay all year round. This is a great option for those that prefer an intimate and tranquil environment to call home for a few days. Sites here are spacious, offer full hookups for your Greenwood camper rental, and can accommodate any sized rig.

Slightly further out still is the immaculate Magnolia RV Park and Campground. Situated just off I-26, this 19-acre campground has every convenience a traveler could need, and so much more. Pristine shower rooms, a laundry room on site, reliable WiFi, basketball courts and, volleyball courts; what else could one need for a comfortable stay?

Exploring the City

When you rent a motorhome in Greenwood, there is plenty to explore within the city itself. With an eclectic mix of shops, cafes and museums as well as a number of annual festivals, there is bound to be something going on during your visit.

For an in-depth study into the area’s railroad heritage, head on over to The Rail Road Historical Center. Here, visitors can find a fascinating display of vintage train cars dating back to the 18th century, together with several interesting exhibitions. The best way to experience the museum is on a guided tour, so call ahead to guarantee a spot. On a warm day don’t forget to take a picnic to enjoy in their immaculately kept formal gardens.

The Greenwood Museum is also a must-see for any history buffs that have a motorhome rental in Greenwood. This community-led museum was established in 1967 and has housed a series of rotating exhibitions ever since. With displays focusing on local geology, wildlife, and life in the early 20th century, there will be something of interest here for everyone. The museum has even been awarded the South Carolina Tourist Attraction of the Year in its category, so visitors are guaranteed a great experience!

If nothing else, it is worth cruising around in a travel trailer rental from Greenwood, just to experience the magical South Carolina Festival of Flowers. Named one of the best festivals in South Carolina, the celebration includes a schedule of over thirty events during June. Expect gardening workshops, spectacular displays of flowers, and don’t miss the astonishing Safari Topiary display!

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