South Carolina’s Most Visited State Park Has A Beachside Campground That’s The Most Beautiful Around

South Carolina’s most visited state park, Hunting Island State Park located just outside of Beaufort, has sustained quite a bit of damage from storms over the last few years, but the park is back in grand fashion. It’s easy to see why visitors and locals alike remain loyal to this coveted stretch of beach just off the coast. For the most part, the park has bounced back from the major upheavals found in the wake of the various storms. And the campground is among the amenities that you’ll want to check out.

Hunting Island State Park is located at 2555 Sea Island Parkway, Hunting Island, SC 29920. The park and campground are open year-round. Some campsites can accommodate RV’s from 28 – 40 feet. Camping reservations are a must and a two-night minimum is required, unless otherwise stated on the official website for South Carolina State Parks.

For more fun places to camp in the Palmetto State, keep reading here.

Editor’s note: At present, one trail remains closed at the park, and a portion of the pier is open, however no fishing or crabbing is allowed at this time. To keep up to date with closures, see this link (left column: Travel Advisory).