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Swampfox Campground is perfect for Florence campers looking to explore the best South Carolina has to offer. Just outside the city of Florance, this RV park's central location means you'll have sandy beaches, dense forests, and beautiful cities right on your doorstep. If you're looking to spend a lot of time around the camp, Swampfox Campground provides a few entertaining amenities, such as a rec hall, a playground for kids, and classic outdoor games like horseshoes. This pet-friendly campground near Florence welcomes four-legged companions, so make sure to bring your pooch along. And while camping in an RV here, you'll also have access to free WiFi.While camping at Swampfox Campground, you'll be able to make the most of South Carolina's peaceful countryside. There are roughly 70 available sites, most of which provide full hookups that support 30/50 amp electrics. Pull-through and back-in sites are available to make parking easier for campers. Some home amenities are also on offer, including RV storage, laundry rooms, and bathrooms.When you book an RV in Florence County, you'll be perfectly positioned to see the best natural sights and cities South Carolina has to offer. Campers will find themselves just outside Florence, and from here, Columbia and Myrtle Beach are within driving distance. As for nearby nature, dense woodlands, sandy beaches, and sublime mountains are all close to Florence, making this the ideal spot from which to explore the state's diverse environments.



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The Great Outdoors

There are several scenic state parks worth visiting close to Florence. Little Pee Dee State Park is one of the best, and this park consists of swamps and woodlands along the Little Pee Dee River and Lake Norton. The 53-acre lake is a popular fishing destination and features a 75-foot fishing pier jutting out into the lake. From this pier, anglers can expect to catch bream, catfish, and bass. Boating, kayaking, and canoeing are other popular watersports, and there's a boat ramp for easy access to the lake. If you'd prefer to explore the surrounding swamps, The Beaver Pond Nature Trail runs for over mile around a small pond and through a wooded area.Alternatively, you may want to visit the seaside during your trip with an RV rental near Florence. Myrtle Beach State Park is one of the best parks in the state and features a mile of undeveloped beach surrounded by thick forests overlooking the ocean. One of the best pastimes at the park is surf fishing, and anglers will find king mackerel, whiting, flounder, and much more lurking in these waters. The undeveloped beach is ideal for relaxing, and swimming and sunbathing are both popular. If you're looking to explore the park, several nature trails take you on a unique tour of one of South Carolina's last maritime forests.There are some impressive lakes worth visiting too when you're exploring with a motorhome rental in central South Carolina. Santee State Park sits along the edge of the 110,000-acre Lake Marion and consists mainly of lush forests. Lake Marion is an excellent spot for watersports, and fishing is very popular with catches that include catfish, striped bass, and bream. There are also two boat ramps to make docking your boat simple. Several hiking and biking trails loop around the lake and run for roughly ten miles. During your hike, you may spot some of the park's local bird population, which includes great blue herons, osprey, and painted buntings.

Exploring the City

In between visiting some of the best outdoor areas in South Carolina, you may want to see more of the state's gorgeous cities. Florence has some interesting local attractions, and one of the most intriguing is the War Between the States Museum. This historical museum focuses on the events of the Civil War. It contains many artifacts relating to both the Union and Confederate armies. There are some rare artifacts on display here due to the state's Confederate history, and the museum houses an impressive store of rare books, weapons, uniforms, and much more.Florence campers may also want to branch out and visit one of South Carolina's biggest cities, Columbia. The state capital is full of excellent family-friendly attractions, and one of the most popular is the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. This zoo holds more than 2,000 animals from over 350 different species, with some fascinating critters on display, including Amur tigers, western lowland gorillas, and Komodo dragons. The zoo also has several animal encounters, where you can feed giraffes or play with kangaroos.Another city well worth visiting is Myrtle Beach. This well-known vacation destination is packed full of unique, unusual attractions, and one of the weirdest is the Hollywood Wax Museum. This unusual museum features hundreds of wax figurines designed to look like famous people and fictitious characters. See everything from NASCAR racers to movie stars to spooky zombies. There'll be something for everyone to enjoy here.


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