Camping South Carolina  by Melissa Watson

Camping South Carolina Guide Book

by Melissa Watson (Falcon Guides)
Camping South Carolina  by Melissa Watson
No matter what your style of camping, whether you string a hammock between two trees and sleep under the stars, or if you prefer the creature comforts of an RV, South Carolina has a place for you.

© 2014 Melissa Watson/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Trails from the "Camping South Carolina" Guide Book
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Displaying trails 1 to 20 of 93.

Acre upon acre of rolling horse pastures surround the Aiken area, and the South Fork of the Edisto River skirts across the northern portion of the park. A loop road leads you through this wooded wonde ...
Windsor, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
Within this historically named park, a single, small loop comprises the campground. Most of the campsites are within view of the park’s lake, but they are not very private, and only a handful rest upo ...
Lancaster, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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What an amazing piece of property the Anne Springs Close Greenway has assembled! Over 40 miles of hiking, mountain bike, and bridle trails crisscross throughout this 2,100-acre plot of land. With pa ...
Rock Hill, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
Resting near the mouth of Baker Creek as it widens up into the Little River lies Baker Creek State Park. The park has two distinct campgrounds, and a group camping area as well. Campground number 1 ...
McCormick, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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Sitting atop a small, wooded knoll, the campground at Barnwell State Park offers somewhat private campsites, each with its own picnic table and fire ring. There’s also a large community fire ring in t ...
Blackville, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
A single campsite sits atop a small knoll at the end of the bumpy forest service road. There’s a nicely stacked stone fire ring and some hay laid out as a tent pad. But don’t expect any other luxuries ...
Walhalla, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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If you have a regular passenger car, I recommend that you park at the beginning of FR 734 and hike down the bumpy road to the campsite. But if you have an SUV or a high clearance vehicle, you can driv ...
Mountain Rest, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
This Aiken County Park is brimming with activities. Trails for hiking and mountain biking, two baseball fields, a health and fitness trail, basketball hoop, and an open field big enough to fly a kite ...
Aiken, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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Two primitive campsites sit alongside Brasstown Creek, each requiring a very short hike to reach. The first one sits about 100 feet in, and the next is about 100 yards farther. The creek passes by t ...
Westminster, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
Brick House is easily the nicest national forest campground in the Enoree Ranger District. The sites are well groomed and spaced out just enough to give you a dash of privacy. Horse campers are welcom ...
Clinton, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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Situated right alongside the Intracoastal Waterway, the Buck Hall campground and recreation area has an ideal location. Benches line the waterway, while a steady breeze helps keep the bugs away. The ...
McClellanville, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
A 0.25-mile hike leads westerly down the wide gravel “road” to the campground. Once you arrive, you find over a dozen crisp, clean campsites all within earshot of the Wild and Scenic Chattooga River. ...
Walhalla, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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Wow! This facility is dressed to impress. Anglers flock to Calhoun Falls State Park, and it’s easy to see why. Sitting at the southern reaches of Richard B. Russell Lake, the park has a prime location ...
Calhoun Falls, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
This primitive hunt camp sits right along the edge of the Chauga River. It was designed as a group camp, but when it’s not reserved, individuals and families can also camp here. Groups of up to 100 ...
Walhalla, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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The highlight of this small local park is easily Ramsey Falls and the Chauga River. Visitors can drive right up to the base of this delightful 30-foot waterfall, and watch the creek flawlessly flow by ...
Westminster, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
On one side of Lake Juniper sits the campground, on the other is the main body of the park. With a sand volleyball court, 18-hole golf course, playground, and picnic area right next to the lake, y ...
Cheraw, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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Cherry Hill can be found just south of the North Carolina state line and just east of the Chattooga River. Nicely spaced, wooded campsites welcome you with open arms. Some of the sites even sit alongs ...
Walhalla, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
The day-use area at Chester State Park is actually nicer than the campground. With picnic shelters overlooking the lake, a boathouse with rentals, a fishing pier, nature trail, and open fields to play ...
Chester, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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We all know the familiar orange paw of the Clemson Tigers. But few are aware that Clemson has a property, remote from the college, known as the “Outdoor Lab.” The Lab sits along the banks of Lake Ha ...
Clemson, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
The Edisto River swiftly passes by as it skirts the entire northeastern boundary of the park. A handful of campsites sit above the riverside, giving you a bird’s-eye view as it flows downstream. The r ...
Walterboro, SC - Campgrounds - Trail Length: 0
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