South Carolina has no shortage of awesome places to camp. You can head to the beach and spend a week in an oceanfront camping resort, or make your way to a rustic cabin at many of our state parks… but, camping doesn’t have to empty your wallet every time you go. We rounded up some of the best campgrounds on federal lands in the Palmetto State – and they’re all available for $25 or LESS per night. This is definitely cheap camping in South Carolina at its best! Read on to check them out!

South Carolina’s campgrounds are widely varied in terms of amenities and overnight rates. When was the last time you went camping? Which campgrounds are your favorites – and why? Continue the conversation with us in the comments section below!

If you’re looking for a different sort of camping experience, then you can’t miss this South Carolina campground and waterpark. It’s phenomenal!

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Where can we find other campgrounds in South Carolina?

  • The Apache Family Campground & Pier located Myrtle Beach is a great place for beach camping plus access to all of the typical tourist pier-type activities.
  • The Anderson/Lake Hartwell KOA located in Anderson features rustic one-room cabins plus activities including mini-golf and a game room.
  • The campground at the Myrtle Beach State Park located in Myrtle Beach is the oldest campground in the state and offers a wide array of traditional, primitive, and RV campsites.

Read on to learn more about some of the other beautiful campgrounds in South Carolina.

Where can we find wineries in South Carolina?

  • Hyman Vineyards in Florence is popular for its traditional wines as well as its non-alcoholic varieties as well.
  • City Scape Winery in Pelzer at one time was voted the best winery in South Carolina.
  • Victoria Valley Vineyards in Cleveland not only sells wine but also offers tours and has a gift shop.

Read on to learn more about some of the other wonderful wineries in South Carolina.

Where can we find historic sites in South Carolina?

  • Philips Church in Charleston was originally built in 1680 and is recognized as the oldest congregation in South Carolina.
  • The Beaufort National Cemetery in Beaufort began as a cemetery for Union soldiers from the Civil War and now also has interments from every major war since that time.
  • The "Rainbow Row" in Charleston encompasses a handful of residences painted in bright colors that draw tourists from all over the state and further afield.

Read on to learn more about some of the other fascinating historic sites in South Carolina.

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