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When you book an RV in Moncks Corner, you’ll have easy access to the big-city attractions and amenities of Charleston and Columbia. You’ll also be near the natural beauty of the Francis Marion National Forest, Lake Moultrie, and the Bonneau Ferry Wildlife Management Area. The historic train depot is preserved as the town’s Visitor and Cultural Center and features a gift and souvenir shop as well as plenty of information and a warm welcome to the area.

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The Great Outdoors

The Biggins Creek Bike Trail is actually a multi-purpose trail designed for mountain biking, running, and hiking. The Palmetto Trail connects the mountains to the coast. It is mostly unpaved with varied terrains and is suitable for mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding. Take some time to explore these area trails as a change of pace and to spend some time outside your Moncks Corner RV rental by owner.

You can also visit Cypress Gardens with an RV trailer rental in Moncks Corner. The gardens feature 3.5 miles of walking trails, wildlife viewing opportunities, and a swamparium with fish, amphibians, reptiles, and snakes. There’s also a heritage room with artifacts unearthed at Dean Hall Plantation and swamp boat rides and tours. Visit the magnificent greenhouse and butterfly house with butterflies, flowering plants, and birds to feel like you’ve entered another world.

Old Santee Canal Park is another place worth visiting when you rent a motorhome in Moncks Corner. The park covers 195 acres and features four miles of boardwalks and the Stony Landing House. Stay active by fishing off a floating dock or get on the water and rent a canoe to explore the three-mile paddle trail. There’s also an interpretive center with exhibits detailing the area’s history and prehistory as far back as 4000 BCE, and numerous special events open to the public.

RV Parks

You can stay at the Rocks Pond Campground and Marina in Eutawville with your camper rental in Moncks Corner. The campground features miles of shoreline, two boat ramps, docks, and golf cart rentals. RV sites here have full hookups. Campground amenities include restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Keep the whole family entertained with the game room, playground, and mini-golf.

Givhans Ferry State Park in Ridgeville is another option to call home during your visit. The park includes trails, recreational facilities, and interpretive programs and guided tours. The most popular activity is kayaking or canoeing the Edisto River. RV sites include full hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. The park provides restrooms, showers, and a playground.

Park your Moncks Corner luxury RV rental at the Tanager Woods RV Campground. Sites include full hookups and trash pickup. Pets are welcome in the campground nestled in thousands of acres of woods in the scenic South Carolina Lowcountry.

You can stay at the Charleston KOA Campground as well. RV sites include full hookups, cable, and WiFi. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers as well as laundry facilities. For entertainment, enjoy a swim in the pool or take your dog to the onsite pet area.

The Jolly Acres RV Park in St. George is another temporary home for your RV rental near Moncks Corner. The campground features a fishing pond. Sites include full hookups, WiFi, and picnic tables. For convenience, there’s restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a playground, and a camp store.

Exploring the City

You may want to plan your RV rental in Moncks Corner to participate in some of the festivals and events that this town hosts. One of the highlights is the annual Fourth of July celebration with live music, fireworks, and food trucks. You can also try the Audubon Bird Fest with a guided bird walk, demonstrations, and live entertainment. For some fresh goodies, visit the area’s Farmers’ Markets. Support local vendors while listening to live music and browsing the many arts and crafts.

Fans of the architecture and culture of the antebellum South will appreciate being able to visit some of the historical plantations that are still in existence in Berkeley County, including Bamboretta Plantation, Castle Ruin Plantation, and Mulberry Plantation. There are tons of historic sites to visit, you’re better off doing a tour of the entire area in your Moncks Corner motorhome rental.

Mepkin Abbey is a Trappist monastery housed at the Mepkin Plantation on the Cooper River. In addition to lectures and retreats, visitors can make day visits or tour the extensive gardens. The monks are well known for the mushrooms they cultivate. These are for sale at the Abbey gift shop, which also features books, art, and products from other monasteries.

No matter how you look at it, an RV rental in Moncks Corner, South Carolina is your gateway to a vacation filled with history, nature, and everything in between.

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