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Pretty large campground but nicely wooded. Great location for day trips into Charleston. We stayed only one night but will probably come back when the weather is better.
Lovely campground with forested, private sites. Palm trees and oak trees with Spanish moss. Nice hiking trails. Phenomenal dog park. We stayed here in January 2021 and will come again in February 2021.
We stayed at the Beach campground at Edisto State Park. Gorgeous campground with some sites backing up to the marsh. All sites were well spaced out (especially on the main road/ not the loop), and all had easy access to the beautiful beach. Highly recommend bikes as the beach campground is a quick walk or short ride over to Bi-Lo and other parts of main Edisto.
It will be hard to share how much we loved this spot! First off, the location to Charleston, Folly Beach, and Mt. Pleasant doesn’t get much better! We planned on staying just 3 nights but made it 4 once we realized how great of a spot it is. They have bike trails, a dog park, a water park (which is obviously closed in the winter), laundry, a camp store and very clean bathhouse! It’s a bit pricey but for the location and all the amenities it’s worth it!!!!
Also… if you are looking for nearby things to do I highly recommend taking the hour drive south to Botany Bay Plantation to see the driftwood beach!
This was a beyond beautiful park. From walking trails, the pristine bathrooms, and incredible dog park, we couldn’t have had a better stay. We should have stayed longer. We stayed at site 29, a large pull through with full hook ups. It was like having your own private driveway. It was also incredibly close to downtown Charleston and sites. We plan on coming back!
Large multi-purpose park. Camping area is kept well and separated from general park areas. Basic no frill camp sites we like that get the job done. Nice asphalted trails for bikes, wheelchair, walking, water park in the park looks great for use in warmer times. Convenient to historical points in Charleston with grocery and Lowe’s nearby for resupply or items you forgot to bring. We’ve book marked for future stays when in the area.
Nice camping site off of I-95. I stayed one night each, going south and on the return trip north. The first site they tried to put me in was a "premium" site overlooking the lake. Beautiful site, but not nearly big enough for my 37' travel trailer. They moved me immediately, and even refunded the difference of cost between the new site and original site.
The camping sites are nice, and some are level. hookups are convenient, and work well. Lake is beautiful, and even had wooden chairs for use.
Store was stocked well, and had a pizzeria inside.
I will use this site going south again.
This was such an enjoyable place to spend a week. We stayed in the Live Oak loop, which I recommend. The campground sits right in the center of an enchanted palm-frond forest with live oaks draped in Spanish moss. The sites are really private. We felt very safe here and let our kids bike around on their own, which they loved. Lots of hiking trails right off the campground. It's about a mile to the beach (you can bike there, but I'd hesitate going with kids, as the highway gets pretty busy and the bike lane is nothing more than a narrow shoulder).
There is a campground right next to the beach, which looked lovely but stunk to high heaven of decaying marshland. Water also smells, but is drinkable (though I would recommend bringing bottled water for drinking, especially if you have a sensitive digestive system). WiFi is non-existent, but phone signal is good, so if you have a Jetpack, you'll be just fine for internet. The beach itself is really lovely with nice, fine sand. There's a little corner store with grocery basics and a liquor store attached. Also a gas station not far from the campsite.
It is about an hour drive to Charleston and centrally located to a lot of nearby travel hotspots and other islands.