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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

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


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

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

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

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.

Camper Van

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

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Situated in Ninety Six, SC, mid-way between Greenwood and Saluda and about 72 miles from South Carolina’s state capital, Columbia, lies Ninety Six National Historic Site. This historic site is a favorite getaway spot among the motorhome camping circles in South Carolina. Visitors flock to Ninety Six National Historic Site to learn more about the area’s history, as well as have fun in the abundant lakes and rivers. The park is open all year round, so book an RV in Greenwood and embark on a fun-filled family adventure.

Also known as Old Ninety Six or Star Fort, Ninety Six National Historic Site was established to preserve the original site of Ninety Six, a village set in the 18th century. When it comes to the selection of fun things to do while camping with an RV here, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Whether you prefer to stick on solid ground, or are into water sports, you’ll find it here.

Discover Ninety Six National Historic Site

Getting Outdoors

RV camping at state parks always comes with awesome things to do. Aside from viewing the historical sites while camping at Ninety Six National Historic Site, the surrounding area has so much to offer. Remember to carry a fishing rod as the Star Fort Pond, and the vast Lake Greenwood are teeming with fish such as bass, catfish, and crappie. Keep in mind that adults must have a valid South Carolina fishing license.

After you’ve had enough of fishing, enter a boat and paddle around Lake Greenwood’s deep waters admiring the lovely background. Don’t worry if your Greenwood camper rental doesn’t have a boat trailer as the lake has numerous marinas that offer boat rentals. Swimming and jet skiing are also quite common here. If you feel a bit adventurous, try out scuba diving at the nearby Lake Murray.

Hiking is a big thing at the Ninety Six National Historic Site, so don’t leave your favorite hiking boots behind. To check out the American Revolution battlefields and the original Ninety Six townsite, make your way to the easy 1 mile Historical Trail. There’s plenty of information about the battle along the trail. If time allows, hike the 1.25 miles Fisherman’s Trail that circles the Star Fort Pond.

Camping at Ninety Six National Historic Site

When looking for a convenient place to camp in an RV near Ninety Six National Historic Site, Lake Greenwood State Park is of the campgrounds to check out. The generously sized lots are located right by the shores of Lake Greenwood, offering epic lake views. Amenities include full hookups, showers, and WiFi. For recreation, guests enjoy hiking as well as fishing. Greenwood is located a few miles away, so stocking up on supplies won’t be a problem.

Alternatively, consider the Lake Greenwood Motorcoach Resort as another option. Just like the RV Park at Lake Greenwood State Park, this campground is also located on the shores of Lake Greenwood. Graced with terraced back-in sites, you’ll be able to catch the sun setting over the pristine lake. With full hookups, this pet-friendly campground ensures that visitors have a comfortable stay away from home. Additional facilities for your travel trailer include restrooms and patios with seats.

Exploring the Area

When your time Ninety Six National Historic Site camping is almost over, try to set aside a couple of days to venture beyond the park’s boundaries. Start your quest by enjoying the guided tours inside the railroad cars at the Railroad Historical Center. To see more collections and learn the history of the Lakelands region of South Carolina, drive your RV rental to the Greenwood Museum. After checking out the museum, pass by their gift shop and grab some souvenirs.

For a memorable outdoor experience, why not visit the Emerald Farm? This spectacular dairy farm offers families a fun day out. Visitors taking leisure walks around the farm get to encounter some of the resident animals like goats, peacocks, and llamas. Later, top-up on fresh farm products at the Uptown Market. This local market also offers hearty meals, and there’s a splash pad where kids can have fun while you shop. Wrap up your day by watching a show at the Greenwood Community Theater.

For some quality time with the family, the massive West Cambridge Park is great. Featuring open-air pavilions, picnic shelters, and benches, this brilliant wonderland doubles up as an ideal spot to meditate. If the kids tagged along, they will love the playground. Animal lovers will enjoy exercising their pets, off-leash, at the Grace Street Dog Park.

While camping in a rental motorhome at Ninety Six National Historic Site, wind up your tour with a stop at the state’s capital, Columbia. Should a walk in the wild seems interesting, visit the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. Nestled amid a beautiful garden along the Saluda River banks, the zoo is home to more than 350 animal species. Art and science fanatics will find a tour of the South Carolina State Museum interesting. Sitting at the banks of the Congaree River, this museum has a lot of interactive exhibits, a digital dome planetarium, and an observatory.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Long Cane Trail, SCAbbeville, SC
  • Parson's Mountain Lake and Lookout Tower, SCAbbeville, SC
  • Parsons Mountain OHV Trail, SCAbbeville, SC
  • Lynches Woods Park Trail, SCNewberry, SC
  • Buncombe Trail, SCWhitmire, SC
  • Enoree Off-Highway Vehicle Trail, SCClinton, SC
  • Horn Creek Hiking Trail, SCEdgefield, SC
  • Lick Fork Lake Trail, SCEdgefield, SC
  • Steven's Creek Trail, SCHamilton Branch State Park, SC
  • Musgrove Mill Horseshoe Falls Trail, SCClinton, SC

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