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If your idea of a good time includes camping with an RV and exploring the natural beauty of South Carolina, a visit to Table Rock State Park is a great addition to your travel itinerary. Located a short drive from the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains and Columbia, the state capital, Table Rock State Park is a 3,083-acre South Carolina Heritage Trust Site which boasts two picturesque man-made lakes, dozens of hiking trails, and two peaceful campgrounds.
Many of the park’s structures, including its cabins and stonework, were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s are well-preserved to this day. The park’s mountainous terrain is blessed with many outcroppings and cliffs, and there's an abundance of streams and springs to explore. Book an RV in Pickens County to spend a weekend enjoying endless outdoor activities, including swimming, hiking, and simply relaxing in South Carolina's stunning wilderness. Near the main entrance, you'll find the visitors' centers where you can learn more about the history of the park and score some cool souvenirs to take back home.
Located roughly 125 miles from Charlotte, Table Rock State Park is all about family-friendly activities. Whether you wish to go swimming, rent a boat and paddle around the lakes, or explore the park’s nature trails, there's something for every visitor camping at Table Rock State Park.
Pinnacle Lake and Lake Oolenoy offer more than 100 acres of water for swimmers, anglers, and boaters to beat the infamous South Carolina heat. Fishing is a popular activity here, and both lakes are full of catfish, largemouth bass, and bream. A valid South Carolina fishing license is required. Guests without their own watercraft can also rent a canoe or kayak on-site and launch out from the ramp on Lake Oolenoy, which also offers an accessible fishing pier.
One of the biggest draws to the park is the Carrick Creek Falls, where you'll find a large observation deck that offers magnificent views of Table Rock and Pinnacle mountains. There's a shallow pool located at the bottom of the falls where both kids and adults like to go swimming during the summer season. Make sure to pack a pair of comfy shoes in your RV rental and explore ten miles of nature trails. Some of the most popular hiking paths include the Foothills Trail, which leads up to Table Rock, the two-mile Carrick Creek Loop Trail, and the Pinnacle Mountain Trail.
Travelers who wish to go RV camping at Table Rock State Park will be glad to hear that the park offers 94 campsites for trailers, tents, and RVs up to 40 feet long. There are two campgrounds on-site. One is located near White Oaks picnic area, while the other can be found close to the entrance of the park.
Both camping areas are equipped with picnic tables, grills, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. All sites come with water and electric hookups. Travelers who wish to camp in a rental motorhome at Table Rock State Park can reserve their site as soon as one day in advance. Visitors who require same-day reservations should contact the park directly for booking information. Pets are welcome in the park and campground as long as they remain on a leash.
It would be a real shame to leave Table Rock State Park without visiting some of the nearby attractions in the area. Drive your RV rental to Spartanburg, a vibrant city in South Carolina well-known for its Hatcher Garden where you can admire woodland paths and ponds. While exploring the city, make sure to stop by Cleveland Park and see the famous lakeside amphitheater.
Located in the Nantahala National Forest, Whitewater Falls is also a noteworthy place to visit right after RV camping at Table Rock State Park. Here, you will find a relatively easy half-mile trail that takes you to a magnificent viewing platform. For gorgeous views over Lake Jocassee, make your way to the Jumping Off Rock Overlook. Keep in mind that you’ll need to drive on dirt and gravel roads to get here.
Once you’re ready to continue your journey, visit the Stumphouse Tunnel. This hidden gem is an abandoned railroad track which tunnels through part of Stumphouse Mountain and makes for a unique walk. Remember to bring a flashlight from your RV rental, as there are no lights inside this well-preserved cave.
No matter where the open road takes you next, you'll find an abundance of exciting activities, cultural attractions, and serene wilderness throughout sunny South Carolina.