5 Rustic Spots In South Carolina That Are Extraordinary For Camping

After the relentless Dog Days of Summer are in the past, a camping trip is a fun way to enjoy the cooler temperatures and shorter days that follow. When you take a fall camping trip in South Carolina, you can spend the entire day enjoying the great outdoors and then light a fire and watch the sun go down. It’s an activity that lends itself to all levels of camping, from glamping in a six-figure RV to a rustic cabin and even to back country camping in sites accessible only by way of a little hike. Following are five fantastic places to find back country, very primitive camp sites (and, surprise… not all of them require a hike). Check ’em out… would you ever go to this extreme for camping?

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Bear in mind that while the occasional primitive camping area has vault or pit toilets, most offer nothing of the sort. Rustic, primitive camping is quite different than visiting a campground filled with amenities. Be sure to check out all of the information for these and other primitive camp sites before embarking on your own rustic camping adventure.

Prefer a more traditional camping experience? Check out these eight places in South Carolina where you can camp right on the beach. And take a peek at the most beautiful campground in the South Carolina here!