Last year when my parents and brother moved to the Greenville, S.C., area (setting up roots not far from where my sister’s family and aunt and uncle already lived), we knew we were going to need to find a spot to regularly camp so we could visit them as often as possible. We soon discovered, though, that finding a nearby Greenville campground–that offered full hook
We’ve traveled a lot of miles over the past four years of RVing with our kids and we’ve seen a lot of amazing places. But every so often we stumble upon spots that capture our hearts and leave us yearning for the next time we can return. Charleston has been one of those places for our family. When we first visited nearly four years ago,
We stayed at Croft State Park in Spartanburg, S.C., while visiting family in the Greenville, S.C., area earlier this year. This 7,000 acre park has 45 campsites, so it’s not a very big campground. Since we spent most of our time with family, we didn’t have a lot of time to explore the park, but it offers 12 miles of biking and hiking trails as
We used the Charlotte/Fort Mill KOA campground in Fort Mill, S.C.–just outside of Charlotte, N.C.–as a stop-over en route to Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga. At the time of our stay, the campground was undergoing construction and renovations due to a newly erected supermarket next door. Our general impression of the campground was that most of the sites were on top of each other and
Our visit to Paris Mountain State Park in Greenville, S.C., was one of our more interesting camping experiences. We were in town primarily to spend time with family while doing a bit of touring. Therefore, we did not spend a great deal of time in the park itself, but it was long enough for us to determine that we would rather not stay there again.