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Sadlers Creek State Park, which is located in the northwest corner of South Carolina, is a fun place to check out when you book an RV in Anderson County. This state park sits on a peninsula in Lake Hartwell and encompasses nearly 400 acres of land. The park is a great place for families and individuals alike, and since it is easily accessible from the Savannah River National Scenic Highway, it is a great place to check out while you are RV camping at state parks in South Carolina.

The park offers one of the easiest ways to access Lake Hartwell, and its large collection of different campsite opportunities makes it easy to sleepover. The land in this region is damper than not, and many rivers and streams slice through the landscape all over this corner of South Carolina. While camping at Sadlers Creek State Park, you’ll have easy access to nearby towns like Anderson and Greenville, or for those who want to venture into Georgia, Athens.

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Getting Outdoors

Since it is located on a peninsula, RV camping at Sadlers Creek State Park is a great way to enjoy all the activities that Lake Hartwell has to offer. This 56,000-acre lake is huge and is ideal for fishing, boating, swimming, sailing, and more. There are bass, bream, crappie, trout, and catfish located in the lake, so be sure to get your fishing licenses sorted out before visiting this state park in your rental RV. To enjoy fishing without a boat, head to the 100-foot fishing pier that extends far out into a deep water cove.

Swimming is permitted in the lake, though swimmers have to do it at their own risk since there is no designated swimming area or any designated lifeguards on duty in the park. In many locations where the lake meets the state park, there are sandy beaches to enjoy, so bring a towel and layout under the sun to soak the stress away.

A more energetic activity to fill up the day while camping at Sadlers Creek State Park is hiking on one of the many trails. These trails are a great way to stretch your legs, and birdwatchers and geocachers alike will enjoy that both of their favorite activities are encouraged within park boundaries. There are many official geocaches contained within park boundaries, so be sure to bring extra batteries for your GPS device when you plan to spend the whole day searching.

Camping at Sadlers Creek State Park

One of the easiest ways to enjoy the park is to stay over a few days or more, and luckily there are many campsites to accommodate RV campers. Sadlers Creek State Park has over 50 RV sites for you to choose from, based on availability, and they are all packed gravel parking spots to ensure easy RV leveling. These sites have their own water and electricity hookups, and some of the campsites can hold RVs up to 40 feet in length.

When you rent a camper near Sadlers Creek State Park and decide to stay in the campground, you have access to all of the communal amenities in the park. There are picnic shelters, grills, fire pits, hot showers, flushing toilets, and more. A playground is nearby to keep the kids entertained, and access to the lake is within walking distance of all of the campsites. Pets are allowed in the campground as long as they are kept on a leash and cleaned up after.

Exploring the Area

Anderson County is filled with many small towns, and the nearest one to Sadlers Creek State Park is the city of Anderson. This small city is one of the most convenient places near the park to seek out restaurants that the whole family can enjoy. In this city, there are all of the typical fast food joints, in addition to plenty of local options to suit nearly any palate. Anderson is home to classic southern food, classic American, Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Japanese, and more. Also, this is one of the closest locations to find a collection of gas stations.

Anderson is also home to the Anderson County Museum, which is one of the best places to head to when you want to learn about the region. This museum is packed full of local artifacts, historical exhibits that outline the areas timeline, and information geared toward visitors of all ages. There is staff at the museum that can answer questions guests may have about Anderson and the surrounding towns, both historical and modern.

When you camp in an RV near Anderson, it is worth getting out of your vehicle for a day to stretch your legs around town. There is a large historic district in town, known as the Anderson Downtown Historic District, which is home to many preserved historic buildings and sites. Also in the historic district is the Anderson Arts Center and other theaters and art venues, all of which are delightful and educational to visit. Spending time in the great outdoors is amazing, but when the weather isn’t pleasant, it is always a nice option to find entertainment inside.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Paynes Creek, GAHartwell, GA
  • Rock Quarry Trail, SCPendleton, SC
  • Fants Grove Lake Trail, SCPendleton, SC
  • Richard B. Russell Loop Trails, GARichard B. Russell State Park, GA
  • Victoria Bryant State Park Trails, GAVictoria Bryant State Park, GA
  • Issaqueena Lake Trail, SCCentral, SC
  • Waldrop Stone Falls, SCCentral, SC
  • Wildcat Falls and Six Mile Creek Loop Trail, SCClemson, SC
  • Cedar Bluff Nature Trail, SCCalhoun Falls, SC
  • Chau-Ram Falls Trail, SCWestminster, SC

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