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Camping in South Carolina
Experience the beauty of the Palmetto State (and the birthplace of Sweet Tea) when you plan a camping trip in South Carolina. There's a fun and/or relaxing getaway in every corner of the state, with 7 national parks, 47 state parks and no shortage of historical sites to visit along with some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery.
What is the best season for camping in South Carolina?
If you wish to explore nature and go sightseeing, spring is the best time to visit South Carolina. However, the peak camping season is in Summer between June and August, when many campers come for the warm weather and beaches.
What are some must-do outdoor activities in South Carolina?
There are some spectacular things to do and sites to see in South Carolina! It’s safe to say the 1,500 year-old Angel Oak tree can’t be missed. There is also ziplining or water rafting through the Blue Ridge Foothills, and some of the best oceanfront forest exploration in the US via hiking, biking or kayaking in and around Myrtle Beach.
What are the top events and festivals in South Carolina?
South Carolina has an abundance of can’t miss festivals and events throughout the year. You won’t want to miss the South Carolina Strawberry Festival in April/May, the historic Pendleton Spring Jubilee, the Beaufort Water Festival in July, or Fall for Greenville in October.
What are the best state and national parks to visit in South Carolina?
The picturesque Huntington State Beach Park is a top destination among visitors to South Carolina, while Calhoun Falls State Park is another can’t-miss for nature lovers, offering plenty of fishing, birdwatching and horseback riding. Then there are the stunning landscapes of Devil’s Fork State Park, home to 9,000 acre Lake Jocassee.
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