Channel Your Inner Pioneer When You Spend The Night At This Covered Wagon In South Carolina

Step back in time on an adventure that lends itself to the early pioneers in America with an overnight, a weekend, or longer in a Conestoga Wagon in western Horry County in the Palmetto State. Conestoga wagons were used in the 18th and 19th centuries for travel and for transporting goods from point A to point B. They differed in design from ordinary covered wagons in that they were much sturdier than the farm wagons that were covered with canvas. They were also built to help prevent cargo from turning over. Check out this Conestoga covered wagon in South Carolina that’s large enough to sleep four and has some modern amenities the pioneers did not.

You’ll find all of the information for this covered wagon in South Carolina on the official Airbnb listing for the Conestoga Wagon, here.

Need to accommodate a much larger group for a camping outing? Why not reserve and entire island in South Carolina?

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