Only Accessible By Boat, This Riverside Platform Campsite In South Carolina Promises An Adventure To Remember

Vacations spent in the South Carolina foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains as well as those spent lounging by the Atlantic along the beach are all packed with fun but sometimes getting away from it all – literally – is the way to go. If you’re up for an adventure to remember, load up the kayak and paddle your way along the Lynches River in the Pee Dee region of the Palmetto State to find yourself camped out on a riverside platform complete with a screened-in enclosure to keep the pesky South Carolina mosquitoes at bay.

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Of course, the adventure requires packing all of your essentials into the site by boat. It also means taking all of your trash with you when you leave. The owners follow a strict ‘leave no trace’ policy for this space. Please remember this is a primitive campsite. There are no facilities, no fresh water, and no electricity on this site. Want to book a night (or more)? You can do it and find the answers to any questions you may still have by visiting this link on TripAdvisor.com. The address provided below is for the departure point along the river and not for the remote campsite, itself.

Address: 2740 Indigo Landing Rd, Scranton, SC 29591, USA