The Quirky And Amazing River Pods In South Carolina You Never Knew You Needed To Stay At
Outdoor adventure takes on many forms in the Palmetto State. And when it comes to places to stay in South Carolina, those run the gamut as well. Among them, are these unique and amazing, albeit rustic, river pods in South Carolina. These two-bed micro tiny houses are just that… beds within a unique enclosure found along the scenic Saluda River in Easley. Come along as we step inside and see why these pods are a must stay when in South Carolina!
These quirky and unique river pods will make you fall in love with the outdoors all over again! To learn more, visit the official website or the Facebook Page for the Saluda Outdoor Center.
Have you ever stayed in one of these river pods in South Carolina? If so, which one did you select? What was your favorite part of your stay? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
While you’re only a few minutes from downtown Greenville, pop over to Falls Park on the Reedy for a selfie with the famous Medusa Tree.
If you’re still in the mood for more South Carolina adventures, take a look at this video about the Kiawah River Pelicans:
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Things to do in South Carolina
What are some of the biggest tourist attractions in South Carolina?
- Middleton Place in Charleston features 65 acres of gardens.
- Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach is a popular shopping center and entertainment complex.
- The Hilton Head Island Bike Trails in Hilton Head is known for their cart bikes.
Learn more about the many tourist attractions in South Carolina.
Where can we find small towns in South Carolina?
- Six Mile, with about 600 residents, is close to Lake Keowee.
- Aynor, with about 667 residents, is 15 miles north of Conway.
- Bethune, with just over 35 residents, is about 30 minutes from Camden.
Learn more about other small towns in South Carolina.
Where can you go camping on the beach in South Carolina?
- Hunting Island State Park also has equestrian beach access.
- Edisto Beach State Park has a 1.5 mile stretch of shell-laden beach.
- Ocean Lakes Campground is perfect for a camping trip with kids.
Learn more about other places to go camping on the beach in South Carolina?