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Spartanburg is a vibrant, up-and-coming city in Upstate South Carolina nestled at the convergence of I-85 and I-26. Just a stone's throw away from metropolitan Greenville, Spartanburg makes an excellent base camp or stopover for those considering RV rentals in Spartanburg County.

If you're looking to rent an RV to explore sunny South Carolina, you'll find that Spartanburg has all the provisions and attractions you could possibly need or want. Shopping, fine dining, nature preserves, cultural attractions -- you name it, Spartanburg probably has it or is located close to it, thanks to the city's proximity to the state's most heavily trafficked interstate routes.

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The Great Outdoors

Hatcher Garden-Woodland Preserve is one of the city's main outdoor attractions. The preserve hosts regular family-friendly events, including adventure camps and fun exercise programs. When reserving your RV rental in Spartanburg, check the preserve's event calendar to find out what's going on during your stay.

Glendale Shoals Preserve and Waterfalls is one of Spartanburg's hidden gems and a quiet place to walk the dog or do a little wildlife watching. Trek the Glendale Shoals Trail for a short, scenic walk along the high trestle bridge. Pause on the bridge to soak in the views of the waterfall flowing over the dam.

Drive your Spartanburg motorhome rental to the outskirts of town to discover Edwin M. Griffin Nature Preserve, another serene green space which spans 115 acres and offers five miles of hiking trails. Explore the butterfly garden and the boardwalk, or simply sit back and take in South Carolina's stunning flora and fauna. The park is a short drive from downtown, making it a convenient spot to reconnect with nature without leaving Spartanburg's urban center.

RV Parks

Looking for a place to park your travel trailer rental in Spartanburg? The city offers a variety of RV parks and campgrounds that come with all the creature comforts of home. One of the most convenient is Cunningham RV Park. Big rigs are more than welcome to park at the roomy pull-through sites. On-site amenities and activities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a convenience store, and a recreation center with a playground and pool.

Prefer to escape the concrete jungle and head into the woods? Croft State Park is a prime place for outdoor enthusiasts to park their RV rental in Spartanburg. With 50 campsites offering hookups to 20, 30, and 50-amp electricity, this natural area is well-suited for tent and RV campers alike. Boasting more than 7,000 acres, this state park is one of the largest in South Carolina and is particularly popular with equestrian enthusiasts.

Exploring the City

There's no need to leave town if you're planning to rent an RV in Spartanburg -- you'll find plenty to do, see, and experience within city limits. Alternatively, you can spend a day in neighboring Simpsonville to explore kid-friendly attractions like Discovery Island. This water park is a popular place to beat the infamous South Carolina summer heat, complete with waterslides, lazy rivers, and fun "party huts."

Speaking of kid-friendly attractions, travelers renting an RV in Spartanburg with kid campers in tow should stop by The Children's Museum of the Upstate, a favorite local attraction packed with interactive exhibits. Make this outing extra special by hosting your child's birthday party or special event here.

History buffs considering a motorhome rental near Spartanburg will want to add Walnut Grove Plantation to their itinerary. Stop by the cemetery to pay your respects to the Moore family, who owned this plantation home since before the Revolutionary War. Walnut Grove Plantation also offers a nature trail and picnic area in addition to tours of the historic home and grounds.

Since Spartanburg is practically next-door neighbors with one of the Upstate's most flourishing metropolitan areas, you'll want to make the short drive into Greenville and treat your camping crew to a truly special outing. Greenville Zoo will be a hit with the kids, and they can burn some energy on the playground after marveling at the exotic species on display. Falls Park on the Reedy is an expansive green space in the heart of downtown Greenville complete with a bridge walk overlooking the stunning falls and makes the perfect destination for a family photo op or an impromptu picnic.

When you're ready to hit the road again in your Spartanburg luxury RV rental, you'll find plenty of places throughout the city to refuel the rig, restock your supplies, and chow down on fast food or good old-fashioned Southern cuisine before taking I-26 south to Columbia, the state capital.

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