Enjoy SC State Parks
If you're looking for a great camping vacation idea in the south, one of the SC State Parks might be a perfect choice for you. The campground at Dreher Island State Recreation Area on Lake Murray is a great choice for those who enjoy bass fishing, sailing, and boating.
Colleton State Park in SC
Colleton State Park is situated along the Edisto River at, just off Interstate 95 in South Carolina's Lowcountry. The park offers easy access to the longest undammed blackwater river in North America, making it an ideal choice for those who enjoy canoeing.
Sesquicentennial State Park
Enjoy a day of hiking in Sesquicentennial State Park, located in the northeast Columbia suburbs. This SC State Park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Charles Towne Landing in SC
Visit Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site where you can see Adventure, a replica 17th century trading ship. This SC State park is an archaelogical and living history site that preserves and interprets the founding site of the city of Charleston in 1670.
Hunting Island State Park
Hunting Island State Park is South Carolina's most visited state park. It has several miles of semi-tropical beach and is South Carolina's only historic lighthouse that is open to the public.
Table Rock State Park
Enjoy the spectacular mountain view from your campsite at Table Rock State Park. Enjoy hiking, camping, and relaxing at the lakefront beach.Photos provided Perry Baker of the SC Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism.