Campgrounds Trails in South Carolina
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Campgrounds Trails in South Carolina

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South Carolina has 118 campgrounds trails. The most popular trails are Burrells Ford Campground, Burrells Ford Campground and Devils Fork State Park. Trails.com member Jessica C. recently completed Grapevine Primitive Campground.
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Talk about transition—one minute I was zipping along I-26, and the next I was at Brick ...
Before the Chattooga was declared a wild and scenic river, campers could drive all the ...
This area of South Carolina is known as the Cherokee Foothills. And rightly so, for the ...
Before the Chattooga was declared a Wild and Scenic River, campers could drive all the ...
Don’t look for some big waterfall when you come to this lakeside recreation area. Before ...
The shores of Lake Thurmond abound with campgrounds. While scouring them for this book, ...
Campgrounds and recreation areas with lakes come in all sizes. Lick Fork Lake is a mere ...
A prehistoric sea once covered what is now South Carolina, depositing sand over a wide ...
Little Pee Dee State Park is one of those destinations that time seems to have passed ...
Have you ever seen Lake Jocassee? Others may disagree, but I believe this impoundment ...
Campers come to Huntington Beach for a variety of reasons. Many enjoy the beach and other ...
Wildflowers bloom during springtime, as wisteria and allamanda grow hand in hand, and ...
This busy campground can be found along a narrow stretch of the Chauga River and even ...
Did you know that more Revolutionary War battles took place in South Carolina than in ...
Acre upon acre of rolling horse pastures surround the Aiken area, and the South Fork of ...
Sitting atop a small, wooded knoll, the campground at Barnwell State Park offers somewhat ...
This peaceful, family-oriented park with picnic shelters and a community building is found ...
On the eastern edge of the Piedmont, within easy reach of I-95 and resting along the ...
Rolling grassy fields greet you as you pass through the park and head toward the campground. ...
Rolling hill topography greets you as you travel through Poinsett State Park, and the ...
A short walk of less than 0.1 mile and up to 0.5 mile leads to the primitive campsites ...
Sitting in the heart of the state, in the capital of Columbia, you will find Sesquicentennial ...
Stone pillars greet you at the entrance to this lovely state park. A mix of oak and pine ...
Two separate and unique campgrounds greet you in the center of the Sand Hills State Forest ...
This tiny county park makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Two RV campsites ...
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