The largest lake in South Carolina provides natives and visitors alike a world of opportunity to enjoy the spoils of living in or visiting the Palmetto State. Lake Marion spills into five of South Carolina’s 46 counties and is so large it’s often referred to as an inland sea. There are a number of places to enjoy a lakeside campground in South Carolina, but few are as posh or loaded with amenities as Palmetto Shores RV Resort in Summerton. Visitors love this campground with lazy river in South Carolina!

This campground with lazy river in SC is open year-round and has a security gate for added privacy for guests. Book your stay well in advance to assure you get the date(s) you want. Learn more on their official website and learn the latest by following their Facebook page. And check out this video of the resort for an idea of what your trip will be like.

We love RV campgrounds with pools in SC. Keep reading with this previous article to learn of a campground in South Carolina that’s across the street from a major water park!

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Campground with Lazy River in South Carolina

Where can I find a lakeside campground in South Carolina?

In search of a lakeside campground in South Carolina? There's one waiting for you at Lake Jocassee in Salem. Double Springs Campground is located at Devils Fork State Park, and it's just steps away from the pristine lake waters. There are only 25 sites in total, and the campground is only accessible via canoe or kayak, making for a primitive experience that takes you up close and personal with nature. The amenities are very basic - just a tent platform, fire ring, and portable toilets - but the remoteness and direct lake frontage make "roughing it" sound not only manageable, but desirable.

Are there any RV campgrounds with pools in SC?

If you've been looking for RV campgrounds with pools in South Carolina, you're in luck. James Island County Park in Charleston has a waterpark and a campground located right across the street! Splash Zone offers summer fun for all ages, with a lazy river, massive swimming pool, thrilling slides, and several other can't-miss attractions. There are 124 campsites available, and each one boasts electrical hookups and free Wi-Fi. Whether you pitch a tent or pull up in your RV, this waterpark campground promises a good time for all.

What are some of the best waterparks in SC?

Myrtle Waves Water Park in Myrtle Beach is, hands-down, one of the best waterparks in South Carolina. Located in the popular coastal town of Myrtle Beach, this sprawling waterpark is situated on over 20 acres, and the opportunities for fun are endless. Race down waterslides, catch some waves in the pool, or enjoy a leisurely float on the lazy river. There are also several attractions designed just for kids, so the whole family is sure to have a great time here.

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