Camping in South Carolina runs the gamut from full-fledged RV spots to rental cabins, and camper or tent camping along the shore – to walk-in rustic camping in the mountains. Any of these options is technically camping. Whether you prefer a nice mattress in a cabin in a state park, staying in a camper, or just sleeping on the ground in a tent, camping offers an affordable way to get out of doors while exploring new places. Here are eight great places for beach camping in South Carolina.

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Camping in South Carolina is a blast. These eight spots to camp put you front and center along the gorgeous Atlantic Ocean for some of the best beach camping in South Carolina. Have you already been to any of these? We’d love to hear in our comments!

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Where are some of the best rustic campgrounds in South Carolina?

Camping in South Carolina has a little bit for everyone no matter your style, from the glamping to the rustic. While some people may not be ready to leave all their modern amenities, there are plenty of rustic campgrounds in South Carolina where you can truly disconnect. A few that make this list include:

  • Raven Rock Trail in Keowee-Toxaway State Park in Sunset
  • Longleaf Campground in Congaree National Park in Hopkins
  • Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp near Long Creek

Check out this article for more information on these and several more of the best rustic campsites in South Carolina.

What are some inexpensive campgrounds in South Carolina?

Camping doesn’t have to break the bank, and here are several inexpensive campgrounds in South Carolina that are worth checking out:

  • Buck Hall Recreation Area in McClellanville
  • Cherry Hill Recreation Area in Walhalla
  • Twin Lakes Campground in Pendleton
  • Congaree National Park in Hopkins

For more information on these and several other locations, check out this article on inexpensive campgrounds in South Carolina.

What are some places to go glamping in South Carolina?

Maybe you’re one that likes the idea of camping, but the actual activity doesn’t really appeal to you. If that’s you, glamping may be just your thing to dip your toes into the camping world. Some of the best places for glamping in South Carolina include:

  • Table Rock State Park
  • Oconee State Park in Mountain Rest
  • Devils Fork State Park in Salem
  • Barnwell State Park in Blackville

For more information on these and several other locations, check out this article on glamping in South Carolina.

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