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Tucked away to the southwestern part of South Carolina, and a few miles away from Georgia lies Lake Hartwell State Park. Situated along the shores of Lake Hartwell and a stone throws away from I-85, Lake Hartwell is the perfect spot for state park RV camping as you enjoy a quiet time with nature away from the hassle and bustle of the big cities. Sitting along Hwy 11 which is just off I-11, the easily accessible park is the only one that utilizes the shores of Lake Hartwell in Oconee County. Some other parks in the area include the Tugaloo State Park in Lavonia, GA and the Richard B. Russell State Park in Elberton, GA. To best utilize all amenities the park has to offer, search for an RV in Oconee County and have the time of your life camping with an RV at Lake Hartwell State Park.
Situated about 50 minutes away from Greenville, SC, Lake Hartwell State Park owes its popularity to Lake Hartwell, which attracts anglers from far and wide. Besides the fantastic fishing opportunity, Lake Harwell is immensely popular among the motorhome camping as well as the backpacking communities. Perched on the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the park is an ideal place to set up base camp while exploring the vast region that lies between Charlotte and Atlanta. Go ahead and book one of the finest Fair Play campers in preparation for some Lake Hartwell state park RV camping.
A good fishing rod is a must-have if you’re looking forward to a good time in Lake Hartwell State Park. Your fishing skill level will not matter since the lake is teeming with fish. Some of the fish to look out for are largemouth bass, catfish, and bream.
In addition to fishing, the park comes complete with a concrete boat ramp and dock to make it convenient for boaters. With 14 miles of shoreline, you’ll have a great time out in the calm waters. Water skiing, jet skiing, and swimming are just as popular.
Due to the minimal light pollution, the park is perfect for stargazing and sky photography. If you’re into hiking, the park is home to a massive 35-acre trail system that offers great wildlife sightings and even makes its way past a fully functional beaver dam.
Even though there is no other campground in the area, the campground here will exceed your expectations. Apart from drop-dead gorgeous views of the pristine lake, the campground is indeed very comfortable. The lack of sewer hookups is just a small pinch when compared to the sheer amount of amenities offered. This would make a great park to call home base during your outdoor adventure.
There is a selection of either back-in or pull-thru sites which are all set on a tarmac, so accessibility is easy. The sites are connected to electric and water hookups for your travel trailer complete with a great WiFi connection and good mobile coverage for all major carriers. If you’re more interested in TV signals, try reserving a site that is decently elevated from the rest.
The sites are separated with bushes, trees, and well-planned terracing that provides campers maximum privacy. Some of the additional amenities here include laundry facilities, hot showers, and a camp store. Pets are allowed so feel free to bring along your furry friends.
When RV camping at state Parks, always try to set aside some time for exploring the neighboring tourist attractions and towns. Since Anderson is the biggest town in the area, it is promising when it comes to fun activities. Start by leaping back to the past at the Anderson County Museum followed by an Ale testing session at Carolina Bauernhaus Ales.
Putting aside the drinks, Anderson is home to a vibrant food scene worth indulging in. For an unforgettable dining experience, visit the northern part of town where you’re guaranteed to find just about anything from made-from-scratch breakfast biscuits to a generous serving of Lasagna.
Point your Fair Play camper rental towards Greenville since it would be a shame to leave without checking out Falls Park on the Reedy. Hidden away in the heart of the city, the well-maintained park is immensely photogenic so don’t forget your camera.
If the kiddos tagged along, make a point of stopping by the Children’s Museum of the Upstate. Let their curiosity be inspired by the wide range of interactive exhibits. If you’ve got some time left, spare some for visiting the Greenville County Museum of Art.