5 State parks for your next South Carolina RV road trip

5 State parks for your next South Carolina RV road trip

An RV is an adventure on wheels. There’s nothing like taking off on the open road, knowing anywhere you go, you’ve got your RV home-sweet-home right there with you. 

South Carolina is a great state for owning an RV because we’ve got so many wonderful scenic places to visit in winter, spring, summer and fall. Whether you want to take a beach camping trip on the coast, a statewide tour of historic spots, or head up to the mountains for some fresh-aired fun, South Carolina is the perfect state for RV owners who want to taste the best of life from the open road. 

Now it’s time to plan your RV adventures for the year. These South Carolina spots are sure to thrill your family and leave you in awe of gorgeous views, fun activities, and memories that will last a lifetime. 

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  1. Edisto Beach State Park 

Take in the peaceful marsh or ocean views while enjoying the serenity of your RV at Edisto Beach State Park. Edisto Beach on Edisto Island is a coastal wonderland rich in Native American history and an untouched natural environment. Explore the shaded maritime forest in this 1,255-acre state park with ADA-accessible trails, an environmental learning center, 1.5 miles of shell-laden beaches, and unlimited breathtaking sunsets. 

  1. Dreher Island State Park 

With 97 paved campsites for RV and tent camping, Dreher Island state Park on Lake Murray is a playground for RV owners who love the outdoors. Enjoy swimming and some of the best striped and large-mouthed bass fishing in the state, stroll along one of three nature trails, and take your family for a picnic at one of the covered pavilions on the shoreline 

  1. Devil’s Fork State Park

Head to the mountains for a breath of fresh air at Devils’ Fork State Park. Located on Lake Jocassee near the North Carolina border, Devil’s Fork State Park is home to waterfalls, mountain streams, and some of the best trout fishing in the state. Rent a canoe or kayak and explore the lake, go geocaching right in the park, and even scuba in the lake! 

  1. Cheraw State Park

Love golf? Cheraw State Park offers an 18-hole championship golf course that winds through the pine forest of the park. Located on the shore of Lake Juniper, you can slo fish, swim, canoe and kayak in the heart of this 7,361-acre park. 

  1. Hunting Island State Park

The most popular state park in South Carolina, Hunting Island State Park offers five miles of pristine beaches, a saltwater lagoon, an ocean inlet, and thousands of acres of marsh and maritime forest. This park is home to the only publicly accessible lighthouse in South Carolina, which was built in 1859. Hook up to one of the more than 100 RV campsites with electric hookups and enjoy your vacation by the sea.