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A charming blend of history, culture, and outdoor activities, the city of Woodruff, SC, is a combination of a pleasant town and a quaint village. It takes its name from its first founder and settler, Thomas Woodruff. Now, the town is sprinkled with a healthy number of family-owned stores and restaurants, as well as day spas, antique stores, quiet sidewalks, pretty gardens and nature trails.
Just 10 miles from Interstate 26, it’s a breeze to get around the region with an RV rental in Woodruff, South Carolina. The town is also close to the Interstate 385 and 85 which connect to Greenville and Charlotte. Outside the town, there’s no shortage of adventure activities either with at least four national forests within a comfortable driving distance. Book an RV in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, and start exploring the highlights of Woodruff and its surrounding nature right away.
Spartanburg County is brimming in outdoor activities, state parks, and lush natural areas. One of the most popular places to spend a day near Woodruff is Croft State Park. When you rent an RV in Woodruff you’ll be able to take a short but scenic drive to this mountainous wooded area. Once an army training base, the outdoor opportunities within these 7,000 acres are endless. Visitors can choose from 20 miles of biking and hiking routes, paddling on Lake Craig, saddling up for horseback riding, nature and wildlife spotting, or a relaxing barbeque with the family in one of the park’s three picnic shelters. There’s also the option of camping under the leafy trees. Croft State Park is one of the largest state parks in Spartanburg County, only five miles from Spartanburg city center.
Campers who enjoy a morning run, a long bike ride, or a distance hike can check out The Greenway Trail. This is an 85-mile-long paved path which begins at the Woodruff school parking lot.
If you’re looking for a little more wilderness and more challenging hikes then the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina is the perfect place to take your Woodruff RV rental. Nestled between Chattahoochee National Forest, Pisgah National Forest, and Cherokee National Forest, Nantahala National Forest is made up of over 500,000 acres of lush forest containing valleys, rivers, and mountain peaks. Nantahala National Forest offers a plethora of mountain biking, horseback riding, off-roading, picnicking, camping, and white-water rafting activities. If you’re not so keen on physical challenges then don’t worry, the forest also has a number of scenic driving routes. You can take the Woodruff motorhome rental through the Nantahala Ranger District to Cullasaja Gorge, Dry Falls, and Nantahala River Gorge, or take the Mountain Waters Scenic Byway.
Of course, you’ll need somewhere to get comfy with your travel trailer rental in Woodruff. At Croft State Park there are some campsites that are suitable for RV camping. This is an excellent option if you want to sleep among nature without being too far from the commodities of Woodruff.
Another option is the Pine Ridge Campground which is located near I-26 in Roebuck. The camp is open all year round and offers a choice of RV sites with hookups and rustic cabins. Guests can also make use of the free Wi-Fi, restrooms, laundry facilities, inside or outside games, and access to a lake. Other RV parks around Woodruff include Southern Shade RV Park and Scuffletown RV Park, which offers nightly, weekly, or monthly site rentals with full hookups and Wi-Fi.
Magnolia RV Park is located near I-26 in Kinards. The 19-acre park features large pull-through sites, a saltwater pool, campfire area, sports courts, playground, and even a dog run, as well as all the usual campsite facilities.
When you book a motorhome rental in Woodruff you’ll have the chance to explore the town center too. The first thing to do is to head into the Historic Downtown which has been beautifully maintained by local business and organizations. Amid the well-kept facades, visitors can find their way to town’s historic church, once known as Church of Christ on Jamey’s Creek. More than just a church, this 18th-century building marks the beginning of Woodruff’s history. There are records of members dating back to September 18, 1787, although the town itself wasn't made official until 1874.
To learn more about the history of Woodruff visitors can visit the Historic Price House. Also, as you stroll through the historical downtown of Woodruff you can drop into some of the local stores or restaurants and keep your eyes peeled for the historic street clock.
The majority of Woodruff's settlers were originally from farming heritage and the farming tradition is still very much alive. From June to September Woodruff hosts a weekly farmers market on Friday afternoon and in Simpsonville, you can find the Sprouts Farmers Market.
After a day in town, you can get back to nature in McKinney Park, play a round of disc golf at the 18-hole disc golf course, or take your Woodruff camper rental to the Tyger-10 Nature Park in Spartanburg. Perhaps you still have time to get pampered at a spa, sample wine, or drink a coffee at one of the coffee shops in town. There are plenty of options when you rent a motorhome in Woodruff, South Carolina.