• 10 Campgrounds
  • 393 Pitch Sites
  • Last Updated 28th May 2024

Campgrounds In South Carolina

Looking To Go Camping In South Carolina

South Carolina has a number of Tent Campgrounds available to explore. In total there are at least 10 camgrounds to pick from with over 393 camping pitches available. South Carolina has a number of national parks to chose from so get out there and explore the great state of South Carolina

Coneross Park Campground

Townville, South Carolina

Coneross Park campground situated in Hart county regarded as a large camping ground with 104 sites.

104 PITCHES

Crescent Campground

Starr, South Carolina

Crescent campground situated in Anderson county with only 4 sites available would be one considered a small campground.

4 PITCHES

Hawe Creek Campground

Mccormick, South Carolina

Hawe Creek campground situated in McCormick county considered a medium camping ground with 32 sites.

32 PITCHES

Modoc Campground

Modoc, South Carolina

Modoc campground situated in McCormick county considered a medium camping ground with 69 sites.

69 PITCHES

Twin Lakes Campground

Pendlton, South Carolina

Twin Lakes campground situated in Anderson county regarded as a large camping ground with 98 sites.

98 PITCHES

Cherry Hill Campground

Mountain Rest, South Carolina

Cherry Hill Campground with only 28 sites available would be one considered a small campground.

28 PITCHES

Buck Hall Recreation Area Campground

Huger, South Carolina

Buck Hall Recreation Area campground with only 19 sites available would be one considered a small campground.

19 PITCHES

Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp Campground

Mountain Rest, South Carolina

Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp campground with only 1 sites available would be one considered a small campground.

1 PITCHES

Whetstone Horse Camp Campground

Mountain Rest, South Carolina

Whetstone Horse Camp campground with only 18 sites available would be one considered a small campground.

18 PITCHES

Camping Weather Conditions For South Carolina

South Carolina is one of the warmer states with an average year round temperature of 62.4F means you can head out and camp for most of the year.

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