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Discover Rock Hill, SC

Rock Hill, South Carolina, is just south of Charlotte, NC, and 70 miles north of Columbia, along I-77. This quaint college town is just a short drive from the Catawba River and Kings Mountain State Park, making it a great destination for anyone looking to explore the forests, rivers, and wetlands of the American South. Then, when you’re finished trekking through the forest, you can head into town and enjoy one of Rock Hill’s many museums or local eateries. When you rent an RV in Rock Hill, you’ll get to experience Southern hospitality at its finest.

The Great Outdoors

Rock Hill is just minutes from the scenic Catawba River, where visitors can hike, bike, fish, and boat at River Park, Ebenezer Park, and Westminster Park. River Park offers 3.5 miles of trails and plenty of interesting opportunities for visitors, including a boardwalk trail through preserved wetlands and a canoe and kayak launch. Ebenezer Park is just north of the city along Lake Wylie, which means plenty of boating, fishing, and swimming opportunities for park visitors. Westminster Park is also nearby, and with eight miles of trails, it offers the best riverside hiking opportunities near Rock Hill. The park also has a canoe launch, a ropes course, and an airsoft course for visitors to use.

If you’re up for a drive, you can head to the McDowell Nature Center and Preserve, Landsford Canal State Park, or Kings Mountain State Park. At the McDowell Nature Center, you can begin your visit by exploring the center to learn about plants and wildlife that are native to the area. Then, you can explore over seven miles of trails that stretch through the preserve, take a guided kayaking tour, or enjoy a picnic on Copperhead Island.

If you like fishing or wildlife, head southeast to Landsford Canal State Park. The canal has a variety of native fish species present, including bass, catfish, and carp, and since the park is located within a neotropical bird migration corridor, birdwatchers can view a variety of species within the park, including a pair of nesting bald eagles. Visitors can also launch canoes on the Catawba River or hike the short trails within the park. However, RVers looking for more recreational activities can head to Kings Mountain State Park. This large park features over 20 miles of equestrian and hiking trails through the forest as well as activities ranging from kayaking to birdwatching. With your Rock Hill rental RV, you can easily explore these scenic South Carolina State Parks.

RV Parks

Rock Hill’s close proximity to Charlotte and a number of major parks makes it an easy place to find a camping spot when you rent an RV. If you want to stay close to the city, check out the Carowinds Camp Wilderness, the Charlotte/Fort Mill KOA, or the Crown Cove RV Park. Carowinds Camp Wilderness offers full hookups for RVs up to 40 feet long next to the Carowinds theme park. In addition to its proximity to this exciting park, guests can also enjoy a seasonal swimming pool and lawn games like shuffleboard. The KOA also offers full hookups and plenty of amenities, including mini golf and a dog park, close to Rock Hill. Crown Cove RV Park is also in Fort Mill, and although it doesn’t have as many amenities as the other parks, it does offer long-term stays for RVers looking to spend more time in Rock Hill.

If you want to stay close to nature, you can camp at one of the many parks surrounding Rock Hill. Ebenezer Park has campsites with electrical hookups that range from 20 to 50 amps, and Westminster Park has a handful of sites available, too. If you head north to the McDowell Nature Preserve, you can camp at full-hookup RV sites along Lake Wylie, but since there are limited RV spaces, be sure to reserve your spot in advance if you’re dead-set on camping at the preserve.

If you’d rather have more camping options, head to Kings Mountain State Park, which has over 100 sites with water and electrical hookups as well as easy access to a dump station and on-site showers and restrooms. When you book an RV in Rock Hill, you’ll have more than enough options for RV campsites throughout the area.

Exploring the City

Once you’re finished exploring the natural beauty of South Carolina in the Rock Hill motorhome rental, head to Rock Hill’s historic downtown for food, history, and entertainment. History buffs can enjoy one of Rock Hill’s many museums, which range from general history museums to a telephone museum. You can then venture to nearby local shops and restaurants to browse through unique boutiques or enjoy a meal at a family-owned restaurant.

Rock Hill also hosts a number of seasonal events, such as the springtime Come-See-Me Festival, the Red, White, and Boom Festival on the 4th of July, and the October Blues and Jazz Festival. When you explore the area with an RV rental near Rock Hill, you’ll surely find plenty to do in this quaint Southern city!

RV Rentals in Rock Hill, SC

Rock Hill, SC is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Rock Hill. Outdoorsy's Rock Hill RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Rock Hill are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Blue Ridge Parkway, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, and Pisgah National Forest.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Table Rock Trail Pickens South Carolina
Triple Falls Trail Pisgah Forest North Carolina
Crabtree Falls Trail Marion North Carolina
Profile Trail to Calloway Peak Banner Elk North Carolina
Mount Mitchell Trail Burnsville North Carolina
Boone Fork Trail Boone North Carolina
Linville Falls Trail Newland North Carolina
Grandfather Mountain Trail Linville North Carolina
Catawba Falls Trail Old Fort North Carolina
Rainbow Falls Trail Cleveland South Carolina

Nearby Campgrounds

Wildlife Woods Campground

campground Sherrills Ford, NC
Just northeast of Huntersville, North Carolina, you will find Wildlife Woods Campground on the shore of Lake Norman. The campground is terraced, giving each large site views of the lake. The gravel sites have full hookups and have space to maneuver. Enjoy a breakfast in the fresh air at your picnic table, and end the day by sitting around your campfire built in the site's fire ring. There are washrooms and showers at this lakefront campground. The atmosphere is peaceful, and you'll find you don't even miss having wi-fi. Keep everyone busy with a round of mini-golf, or bring your boat for a cruise on the lake. The campground has good lake access. Enjoy a dip in the sparkling swimming pool, or shoot some pool or play arcade games in the indoor games room. This pet-friendly campground has pull-through sites, and many of them have trees for shade.

Glenwood Acres

campground Concord, NC
Glenwood Acres is a magnificent campground in Concord, North Carolina, The park is about 12 miles northeast of Charlotte. The campground has been in the family since 1939, and the operations as well as the maintenance are in the hands of one of the members of the family. He continues the dedication of the family to a park that is safe, quiet, and hospitable for race fans and other visitors. The park is especially popular with fans attending events at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The park is open year round, and the weather is almost always excellent. Visitors will be happy to know that the park is close to most of the attractions in the area. There are great walking trails, picnic tables, and concrete pads. The grass, paved sites and paved roads make the park a pleasant place for families. The beautiful trees are a great backdrop at the sites. The sites have 30 or 50 amp electric service. Water and sewer connections are available at all sites.

Latta Plantation

attraction Huntersville, NC
Visit the historic Latta Plantation in Huntersville, North Carolina to get a look at what life was like here in the 1800s. Latta Plantation offers tours of the house and outbuildings of this old cotton plantation. Knowledgeable staff will tour you through the house, and the grounds tour is self-guiding. The docent will answers questions, and you will find information about the plantation history and local wildlife. The 52 acre plantation grounds are part of the 1,343 acre Latta Plantation Nature Preserve. The preserve also offers miles upon miles of hiking and biking trails. There is an equestrian center offering horseback trail rides, and you can picnic on the grounds or rent a canoe or kayak on the lake. Check the calendar as the plantation offers special events and camps all year round. It is also a popular spot for school trips, and the historic grounds have been the backdrop for many beautiful weddings.

Kings Mountain State Park

campground Blacksburg, SC
Escape to the countryside and find out what makes North Carolina a vacation destination people flock to all seasons of the year. If you plan to be traveling the East Coast with your RV, check out King's Mountain State Park in Gastonia, North Carolina. You will have a spectacular time enjoying all of the colorful flowers and flourishing trees that this region has to offer. The staff will roll out the red carpet for your family and make sure you have an awesome adventure. King's Mountain State Park offers a variety of camping stalls with full service hook ups. They offer a clean laundry facility as well as hot showers and restrooms. This campground is located in the heart of the state park with quick access to nature activities and hiking trails. The campground also hosts a variety of events gets can participate in. If you have ever wanted to take part in a real southern hoe-down, they offer one of the best in the region.

Carowinds Camp Wilderness RV Park

campground Fort Mill, SC
Camp Wilderness features RV, Pop-up and Tent Sites and can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet in length. The paved RV sites feature full hookups with water, sewer and electric. Fifty of the sites have upgraded, 50-amp service. In addition, there are 56 spacious tent and pop-up sites with water hookups and 30-amp electric service. Every site also features a charcoal grill. The campground is open year-round and is located next to Carowinds. There is a free shuttle service to the Carowinds. Camp Wilderness also has a Trading Post with a General Store, picnic tables at each site, bathroom facility with showers, swimming pool (Memorial Day through Labor Day), shuffleboard, cornhole, and 24 hour security. Camp Wilderness is a very comfortable and cozy place to stay if you are visiting Carowinds and the surrounding areas in this corner of North Carolina and South Carolina. They are located 15 minutes south of Charlotte and 15 minutes north of Rockhill.

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