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When you book an RV in Mullins, you’ll be near Florence and Myrtle Beach. You’ll also have easy access to the spectacular sights, sounds, and soul of the Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge and the Little Pee Dee State Park. The A.H. Buchan Company Building, Dillard Barn, Imperial Tobacco Company Building, Neal and Dixon’s Warehouse, Old Brick Warehouse, Rasor and Clardy Company Building, and the J.C. Teasley House are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

If you’d like to learn more about where you’ll be visiting with an RV rental in Mullins, South Carolina, be sure to check out the City of Mullins, South Carolina’s Information Highway, Discover South Carolina, and the Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce for updated information on area attractions, businesses, and happenings.

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The Great Outdoors

You can enjoy the great outdoors and community spirit when you take your motorhome rental from Mullins to the recreation department facilities. The property covers 33 acres and includes a full gym, a walking track, a picnic shelter, sports fields, and lighted tennis courts. Special events and programs are held throughout the year.

The Marion Hike/Bike Trail is also an excellent way to get out of your RV trailer rental in Mullins. It is a scenic two-mile, multi-use trail through town. It also covers open fields and farmland. There is an additional fitness loop near the parking area. You’ll be able to stretch your legs and see the area at the same time.

The Little Pee Dee State Park is a short drive north and is worth a visit with your RV rental near Mullins. It is located in the South Carolina Sandhills along the blackwater Little Pee Dee River. There is fishing for bream, bass, and catfish in Lake Norman. There are also hiking and biking trails, picnic shelters, boat and canoe rentals, a playground, bird watching, and geocaching.

RV Parks

Park your travel trailer rental in Mullins at the Florence RV Park and enjoy your stay. The campground offers a swimming pool, fishing, planned activities, a dump station, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi hotspots. RV sites feature full hookups.

You can also park the Mullins camper rental at the Little Pee Dee State Park. The park offers outdoor recreational opportunities, a dump station, and restrooms and showers. RV sites include electric and water hookups. Leashed pets are welcome. There is a park office and also a camp store.

You can call the Carolina Pines RV Resort your temporary home with a campervan rental from Mullins. Resort amenities include shuttle service, a waterpark, a yoga center and fitness studio, an arcade, miniature golf and miniature bowling, restrooms and showers, a gift shop, and a restaurant and bar with site delivery. RV sites provide full hookups.

Walmart stores sometimes allow RVs to park in their lots overnight. The Walmart Supercenter in town may allow such an arrangement, but you should always check in with store management before setting up for the night with a Mullins motorhome rental.

Exploring the City

Direct your luxury RV rental from Mullins, South Carolina to the Golden Leaf Antique Market and prepare for a day of treasure hunting. It is housed in a former tobacco warehouse built in 1926, so the exterior is just as fascinating as what’s inside. And what’s inside are hundreds of vendors stocking everything from memorabilia to collectibles, furniture, books, toys, housewares, and more. New merchandise is added daily, so it is never the same store twice.

Mullins grew up as a tobacco town, and that heritage is celebrated at the South Carolina Tobacco Museum, which you can visit when you rent a motorhome in Mullins. Displays include the growing and production cycle of tobacco, farm equipment, a research library, and special rotating exhibits. There is also a unique gift shop where you can purchase books, educational materials, toys, and souvenirs.

You may want to plan your trip with the Mullins RV rental by owner to take part in some of the special events that this area hosts every year. Among the highlights is the annual Golden Leaf Festival. There is something for visitors of all ages and stages, including a parade, a kids’ park, live entertainment, a car show, local and regional artisan vendors, food vendors, and a barbecue cook-off.

You’ll also probably need to refill the tank while you are here and you should have no problem finding either gasoline or diesel fuel at any of the area’s numerous truck stops, convenience stores, and fuel stations.

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