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Old 07-29-2015, 10:22 AM   #15
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For a first trip, you might consider Palmetto Cove RV park near Cleveland, SC. Check out their web site. It is less than an hour from Greenville. Address is 521 Table Rock Rd. Cleveland, SC. Large park on South Saluda River. All grass, level sites, wonderful view, easy to get into and out, about halfway between Table Rock State Park and Caesar's head. PC is a non profit membership park, run by volunteers but open to anyone. One of upstate's best kept secrets was once an all A/S park. No need for a reservation but phone is 864 836 6221 if you want more info. Cost is all full hookup for $25/night. Camper must be fully self contained per SCDHEC.
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Old 07-29-2015, 11:15 AM   #16
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Hmm

I would have to say Myrtle Beach SP is one of the best little jewels of a campground around the MB area. Lots of shade, and walking distance to the beach. Very quiet CG & the sites have H2O & electric. Hard to beat 25 bucks a night. Plenty of grocery stores, and fuel, and Camping World is within 3 miles.
We thoroughly enjoyed our 2 stays there. Thanks for all that posted, as we do wish to explore more of our neighbor state to the S.
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Old 07-29-2015, 06:05 PM   #17
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It is hard to beat James Island County Park Camp Ground. How do I know? I an a James Island resident and quite frequently my wife and I go there for a weekend get away. Yes only several miles from our home but we love it.

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Old 07-29-2015, 07:40 PM   #18
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PM me if you want more info. I live outside Charleston and can help answer your questions. I also have courtesy parking, one of the great benefits of being an Airstreamer and a WBCCI member.

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Old 07-30-2015, 10:28 AM   #19
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I live in Charleston & am from Greenville so here are our favorite sites. I am sitting at Devil's Fork at Jocasse Lake right now & it is beautiful! This is 45 minutes from you. We are here thru Saturday so come by & say hi if you come. Clean bath houses if needed. Electric, water, & dump station. You can walk into the clear water & swim. Edisto Beach is nice (30 minutes from my house) but Huntington Beach in Murrells Inlet near Myrlte Beach. Full hookups & white beaches. Hunting Island near Savannaha is great. White sandy beaches. Closer to Greenville is Dreher Island State Park which is on the Grrenville side of Columbia. Many sites right on the lake.
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Old 07-30-2015, 08:31 PM   #20
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Silver Hoot,

If you plan to be in the Lowcountry in Sept. The SC Coastal Unit is having a Rally 10-13 Sept at Santee State Park. We would love have you visit with us, Fun, Fellowship and talking Airstreams.

Just send me a Private Message so we can look for you.

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Old 07-30-2015, 08:39 PM   #21
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Thanks!

We do have the luxury of going pretty much when we want since we are retired, so I'm thinking of putting the beach of until school starts. Will look at something nice a bit closer to home which is my preference since it will be our 1st time in our partially renovated trailer.

We specifically avoid coastal SC camping between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Edisto is glorious in March.


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Old 08-09-2015, 10:59 AM   #22
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We will be in the Charleston area for a couple of days beginning Sept 4. Of course for the holiday weekend...when our vacation begins...we were able to find a spot at the Mount Pleasant KOA so we took it. We will have the weekend there and if anyone has suggestions on places to see/go in the area on Sat and Sun that would be appreciated. While there, I will check out the great camping spots I have read about here so next time we will know. Then after a few days at North Myrtle we may head inland ...to the Mountains and some BRP on the way to the home mountains. Thoughts? And thanks in advance. Wonderful people on airforums. Would love to meet all of you sometime on the road.
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Old 08-09-2015, 11:42 AM   #23
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I'm envious.

Thoroughly explore Charleston and be sure to get into the old Market downtown on Saturday.

Take a drive down to Edisto Beach, walk the beach, and check out their beach campground....our favorite place in the country, and the drive down by itself is a treat.

Eat some Low-Country food......like Shrimp & Grits.

Have a great time.


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Thanks. I follow "your life" and appreciate all your posts. We will do all those things you suggested. Any more thoughts...just let us know.
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Old 08-09-2015, 11:55 AM   #25
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Thank you.

This is your thread, so going to do a brief hijack....,I lived in Philippi for 3 1/2 years or so, putting first hubbie thru college at Alderson-Broaddus, and my maternal grandmother was born and raised in Greebriar County.

She went to nursing school in Charleston, where she then married her soldier-doctor sweetheart after WWI ended.

A beautiful state you live in, and one my husband and I have spent time in on several occasions.

Enjoy Charleston. .


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Dave,
We live in Charleston & you will be close to both the Isle of Palms beach & Sullivan's Island beach (these connect by a bridge). Both are very nice & relaxing. Edisto will be about an hour driving time from where you will be but it is a nice drive. If you go downtown I'd suggest walking down by the historic homes on the Battery (these homes predate the Civil War & are on the ocean & face Fort Sumter). A boat ride to Fort Sumter is also nice. As Maggie suggested fresh shrimp & grits are yummy. If downtown I recommend Magnolia's which has a great southern menu to choose from. It is in East Bay st.

Have fun!
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Two years ago we visited friends in SC and ended up camping at James Island. Huge park, convenient, near Charleston, and full hook ups.
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Try the seafood in Calabash, NC and Murrells Inlet, SC. Fat grams don't count in the Low Country!
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