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RV Destinations | South Carolina
Pine Acres Campground, Aiken
Visitors to the Aiken region of South Carolina will love the wonderful accommodations at Pine Acres Campground. Located conveniently close to the border with Georgia and the wonderful city of Augusta. The proximity to Augusta makes this site a great destination for golfers, as Augusta is home to the Master's Tournament. In addition visitors can enjoy the recreational opportunities at the nearby Aiken State Natural Area. RVers and campers should be sure to reserve a site in advance with the convenient online reservation system. Check availability.
Tiger Cove Campground, Anderson
This wonderful campground is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visitors to this campground will love the accommodations on beautiful Lake Hartwell, where they can enjoy swimming, boating and much more. Tiger Cove Campground is located near the South Carolina Botanical Garden, a great destination for visitors among many other fantastic attractions. Travelers should be sure to reserve a site using the handy online reservation system. Check availability.
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South Carolina RV Destinations
Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway
One way to enjoy the great state of South Carolina is on the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway. The highway passes along the northwest edge of the state. Travelers on the highway can enjoy views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Along the way there are many points of interest, including peach orchards, Cowpens National Battlefield, towns and much more.
Table Rock State Park
Located on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Table Rock State Park is a great location for an outdoor adventure. The park has two lakes, a lodge and many opportunities for recreation. Table Rock State Park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, and since its creation it has been a great South Carolina destination. Visitors to the park can enjoy camping, hiking and more. Table Rock State Park is the trailhead for the Foothills Trail.
Congaree National Park
Congaree National Park preserves the largest remaining example of old-growth floodplain forest. This park has an amazing array of large old-growth hardwoods and pines, animals and plants. Visitors to Congaree can enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, educational and ranger led programs. One of the best ways to enjoy the wonders of Congaree National Park is by canoeing and kayaking tours, both self and ranger guided.
Capers Island Heritage Preserve
The Capers Island Heritage Preserve is one of South Carolina' barrier islands, it is undeveloped and well worth the visit. Just a few miles north of Charleston and only three miles off of the mainland, this island has beaches, maritime uplands, salt marsh and more. While hiking and exploring the island you may see a wide variety of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, alligators and even loggerhead sea turtles. McCaskill Trail is a great expedition for birders and hikers alike, from this trail you may observe an amazing variety of birds, including ibises, herons, egrets and more.
Raven Cliff Falls
These falls are the highest in the state. The Raven Cliff Falls drop a spectacular 400 feet. Located in Caesars Head State Park, these falls are a great destination to enjoy the beauty of South Carolina and enjoy a day of recreation. Visitors can take a nice hike on the Gum Gap/Foothill Trail to reach the top of the falls, where they can enjoy the beautiful falls.