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Aiken State Park can be found in the Midlands region of South Carolina, around a thirty-minute drive east of Aiken. Sitting halfway between the busy cities of Augusta, GA, and Columbia, SC, the state park has become a popular retreat for city folk and nature enthusiasts alike.
Built during the early 1900s, Aiken State Park was one of the first state parks to grace the state of South Carolina. Its history traces back to the times of the Great Depression when two Civilian Conservation Corps combined efforts to create an area of isolated natural beauty. For over 100 years now, the park has provided the general public with a picturesque and fun motorhome camping spot. With more …
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Barnwell State Park is a park located near Blackville, South Carolina in Barnwell County. In the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps built 16 state parks across the state of South Carolina. Barnwell State Park is one of them; the land was initially purchased from private landowners in 1937. Many of the buildings built by the Civilian Conservation Corps are still in use at the park today.
The park and the county are both named for John Barnwell, an officer in the South Carolina Militia during the American Revolution. Barnwell also served in the South Carolina Provincial Congress and the official South Carolina legislature after independence. His brother, Robert Barnwell, was also a revolutionary soldier and a South Carolina legislator. His …
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The Charles Pinckney National Historic Site is a memorial to one of the founding fathers of the United States and a principal U.S. Constitution signer. The site, located in Mount Pleasant, was formerly Pickney's plantation. Following the American Revolution, Pinckney worked for several decades as a politician while maintaining his plantation as a source of income. In 1817, he sold the farm, which subsequently had numerous owners, and in 1973, the remaining plantation property was declared a national historic landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Camping in an RV near Mount Pleasant is the best way to see this historic site without having to rush. While you're here, you can hike the nature trail, view …
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Motorhome camping in South Carolina can be very rewarding, with dense forests, plenty of rivers and streams, and gently rolling hills offering wide sweeping views. When you book an RV in Colleton County, you’ll be southeast section of the state, just south of St. George and north of Walterboro. Colleton State Park can be found in Colleton County, and when you stay with an RV in Colleton State Park, you’ll be less than 60 miles from Charleston, one of the state’s many popular cities.
Colleton State Park is more than just a blip on the map, however, and guests who take time to explore this 35-acre park are often rewarded with adventures and memories. The park was …
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Congaree National Park lies in central South Carolina, between the towns and cities of Columbia, Orangeburg, and Sumter. The forest was declared a national park in 2003 after a long campaign to preserve one of the last old-growth bottomland hardwood forests left in the United States. This ancient forest covers an area of over 26,000 acres, creating a picturesque and lush landscape of woodland, wetland floodplains. Congaree National Park has been designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve and a wilderness area, a testament to the natural beauty and rarity of the park.
Alongside this idyllic wilderness, Congaree National Park is also home to campsites and offers opportunities for hiking, kayaking, canoeing, and birdwatching. All of this makes it …
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Located on the banks of the Ogeechee River is Fort Mcallister State Park, just south of the city of Savannah, GA. Surrounded by the giant, live oaks, and salt marshes, this state park is the perfect place to take part in a range of recreational activities. The park covers 1725 acres, with some points reaching down to the Atlantic Ocean and neighboring towns of Richmond Hill and Hinesville.
There is a huge picnic area, which offers stunning views of the river and surrounding landscape, as well as opportunities for fishing, boating, hiking, bird watching, and more. The main reason that people rent an RV in Bryan County, however, is to get a glimpse of the fort itself.
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Fort Sumter was originally built as a part of the Third System of seacoast defense, a series of forts built in response to the War of 1812. The site is packed with history; in 1861, the fort was attacked by the Confederate army, launching America into the Civil War.
By the end of the war, the three-tiered brick and masonry structure was destroyed. The fort was rebuilt and served as a lighthouse and again as a military site. Today, the atmosphere is tranquil, and you can visit Fort Sumter via a ferry tour. The fort, located on an island, consists of a museum with exhibits about the siege and local Civil War events, a bookstore, and an outdoor space where …
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Located in the Lowcountry Woods, Givhans Ferry State Park is a popular spot in South Carolina, offering everything from open spaces to relax into sports courts and camping areas. It is no wonder that so many people search for an RV in Dorchester County. The park sits on a stretch of the Edisto River, which is the longest free-flowing, blackwater river in North America, and there are many scenic spots that allow visitors a glimpse at this beautiful stretch of water.
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Tucked away on the western banks of the Broad River in Irmo, SC, just a few miles away from Columbia and Chapin, Harbison State Forest is a favorite destination for motorhome camping enthusiasts in central South Carolina. Located in the suburbs of the State’s capital, finding this lovely forest is easy for the adventurers seeking an escape from the hassle and bustle of city life. When you book an RV in Irmo, you’ll begin to understand why this forest has long captivated the attention of explorers and travelers alike.
Encompassing more than two thousand acres of woodlands, meadows, and bottomlands, Harbison State Forest is named after Samuel P. Harbison. Harbison contributed the majority of the funds needed to …
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Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge is a 2,762 acres destination for outdoor lovers near Riceboro in Southern Georgia. It lies in McIntosh County, approximately 45 miles away from Savannah. Marshes, woodlands, wetlands, and grasslands offer a safe habitat for Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge birds and animals. The most notable features of the refuge are its six artificial ponds.
Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge is one of the seven wildlife refuges within the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex. Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge has a lot to offer in terms of outdoor activities. In addition to being a popular spot for hiking, biking and hunting visitors also have access to water sports such as fishing. Search for an RV rental in …
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Hillsdale County Park is a neighborhood family park in North Charleston with playgrounds built on white sand and areas where you can enjoy a picnic. The park is a perfect spot for families and visitors can use the park as a starting point for exploring North Charleston. There are also several nearby attractions, such as an indoor ice skating rink.
Rent an RV in North Charleston, and you can take the opportunity to do some shopping at the local malls or try out some of the cafes and restaurants. Hillsdale Park is a short walk from Hanahan Rec Center, which has an indoor gym and an outdoor sports field. The park is a short drive from Wannamaker County Park and …
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Who wouldn't want to spend a weekend camping at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina? This sprawling, 2,500-acre park, home to the fantastic Grand Strand beach and scenic nature trails, has something to offer outdoor adventurers of all types. Book an RV in Georgetown County and drive over to Huntington Beach State Park for a short weekend getaway or a week-long adventure.
Locals and out-of-towners alike enjoy camping with an RV at Huntington State Park, the former winter estate of famed sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband, Archer. Visitors can spend time at the beach, hike the nature trails, watch for loggerhead turtles and alligators, and explore Atalaya Castle, the Huntingtons' historic home. If you …
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Lee State Park lies in northeastern South Carolina, between the towns and cities of Florence, Sumter, and Columbia. The state park lies along the Lynches River and is a picturesque picture of South Carolina countryside. Under state law, construction and development around the state park are restricted, preserving Lee State Park in all its idyllic charm. Visitors come from miles around to fish from the banks of the river, hike around the many trails, and marvel at the diversity of natural habitats and wildlife within Lee State Park. All this and more makes Lee State Park the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made a lot easier with …
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When exploring the Palmetto State, be sure to stop at Little Pee Dee State Park in the South Carolina Midlands. The park is located in Dillon County, which is on the dividing line between the Carolinas. The nearest town, Dillon, is roughly half an hour from Florence, South Carolina, and 40 minutes from Darlington, South Carolina. If you’re in search of a sandy getaway where you can relax on the water or leisurely venture out into nature, this is the park for you.
The park is named for one of its most striking features, the Little Pee Dee River, which received its name from the Pee Dee peoples who once inhabited the area. The river isn't the …
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Whether you enjoy watching wildlife, fishing, or boating, you can rest assured knowing that Lumber River has you exactly what you need. Lumber River State Park encompasses more than 11,000 acres. Located right near the border of South Carolina, just a quick day-trip from the ocean, this park is the perfect place for nature lovers of all kinds to explore and enjoy a much-needed getaway.
The park itself is located in a forest surrounding the Lumber River. In days past, this river was economically significant, serving as a trade route during America's early history. Today, Lumber River lures outdoor adventurers from all across the Carolinas and makes for a serene spot to park your motorhome for a few days. No …
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Magnolia Springs State Park lures outdoor enthusiasts with crystalline water, scenic paddling routes, and plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Georgia sunshine. The 1,000-acre oasis was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1939 and showcases the natural beauty of the Peach State. Venture further afield and you can explore Georgia's Classic South region. Prepare to sink your teeth into perfectly ripe peaches, admire beautiful Antebellum architecture, and enjoy lashings of Southern hospitality.
Planning an RV camping getaway to Georgia? Book an RV in Jenkins County and you're perfectly placed for visiting Magnolia Springs, as well as nearby recreation areas like George L. Smith State Park. A one-hour drive north, Augusta is a great base for kicking off your next …
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Myrtle Beach and the wider Grand Strand area is one of the biggest tourist attractions along the southeastern coast. But while many people visit the area for its luxury hotels and golf courses, it's also an excellent spot for an RV camping trip.
Myrtle Beach State Park, which boasts maritime forest and a pristine stretch of beach, is well worth a visit for keen campers. Located less than a two-hour drive northeast of Charleston, South Carolina, this beautiful park offers great fishing, beachcombing, walking, and camping all year round.
For the perfect getaway in Myrtle Beach State Park, search for an RV in Horry County, pack your bags, and then hit the road.
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Situated in the heart of South Carolina lies, Poinsett State Park. Named after botanist Joel Roberts Poinsett, the park is known as the Mountain of the Midlands and was once home to many Siouan Native American tribes. The land was also filled with water mills during the 1800s, many of which can still be seen today. The park’s land was also owned by the Singleton family for some time, including Angelica Singleton who would eventually become Angelica Singleton Van Buren and First Lady of the United States.
Besides its intricate history, Poinsett State Park is also popular for its unique biodiversity. It contains over 337 types of plants as well as interesting rock formations, such as a coquina rock which …