Flower Power for a Bloomin’ RV Vacation

If you love blooming things and the great outdoors, head to Brookgreen Gardens. Visitors from around the world have walked the paths of this famous botanical garden. Many return year after year. If your vacation plans include a trip to one of the beaches along the South Carolina coastline, then plan a trip to this beautiful paradise.

Brookgreen Gardens-  Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Brookgreen Gardens, SC

Brookgreen Gardens, SC

Brookgreen Gardens is comprised of  9,127 acres located along the South Carolina coastline. In the 1700s, the present botanical gardens were home to four rice plantations. The coastal climate provides the ideal growing environment for a wide variety of plants and trees. The garden is divided into themed sections allowing you to explore uniquely landscaped areas throughout the garden.

Stroll down Live Oak Allee lined with 250-year-old majestic live oak trees. Close your eyes and let yourself be transported back in time. Imagine these very trees lining the drive leading up to a stately plantation. History comes alive at Brookgreen.

The Butterfly Garden is divided into five distinct gardens:

During the spring and summer, butterflies flit and flutter around the blooming plants that attract them.

  • The Huntington Sculpture Garden is home to many beautiful and intriguing sculptures that complement the foliage in the garden.
  • The Dorothy P. Peace Garden Room for Children will delight the younger crowd, as well as adults.
  • The Kitchen Garden is home to a variety of herbs and vegetables that are as beautiful as they are tasty.
  • The Brenda W. Rosen Carolina Terrace Garden has an array of perennials, roses, shrubs and mature trees.
  • The Palmetto Garden was completed in 1950. South Carolina’s state tree, the Sabal palmetto, is used extensively throughout this garden.

The Fountain of the Muses Garden boasts a sculptured fountain that is a whimsical delight.

 What’s in bloom?

Check out the seasonal blooms list to find out when your favorite flowers are in bloom. The garden’s hours are from 9:30 to 5:00 with extended hours until 7:00 during the month of April. Admission runs from $10 – $18 per person


Brookgreen Gardens are not only home to living plants, but to the figurative sculptures that reside among them. There are over 2,000 pieces of art displayed in the garden.

What’s not to love?…flowers and art in a beautiful setting that is steeped in history!

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The Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is famous for its sub-tropical weather and sandy beaches. The “Grand Strand” as it is fondly called, welcomes an estimated 14 million visitors annually. Many families consider this sandy strip of heaven to be the best vacation spot on the east coast. Winter and early spring is a great time to visit Myrtle Beach. You will avoid the major tourist season during the busy summer months. The average winter temperatures are pleasant with highs of 50℉ and lows of 40℉.

Need a break from winter’s chilly grasp? Then pack up the RV and head toward the east coast to warm your toes in the sand. Here are some of the many attractions you will not want to miss:


The Gay Dolphin Gift Cove is a landmark on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. Adults will remember visiting this eclectic gift shop when they were children. Founded in 1946, this multi-level, glass front building has not changed much over the years. If you are looking for a souvenir of your trip or just want to browse the unbelievable amount of “goodies” then you are in luck. The Gay Dolphin is open year round.


The Myrtle Beach Sky Wheel is one of the largest ferris wheels in America reaching a towering height of 187 feet. You will be seated in a climate-controlled, enclosed gondola that holds up to 6 adults. This exciting and dramatic arial trip is a great way to view the beach and attractions along the sandy shoreline. It is especially popular around sunset and you are sure to be rewarded with a magical, twinkling view of Myrtle Beach as it gears up for the night life.


If you are planning on trying one of the local restaurants during your stay, then the Sea Captain’s House is a must. This restaurant is far from the typical “beach” restaurants found on every corner.  Housed in a 1930’s cottage, the atmosphere is more like dining in a friend’s home than a popular, local restaurant. While you wait for a table you can sit in a cozy den and have a drink in front of the fireplace. Each section of the restaurant is a “room” in the house, but the favorite of guests is the glass enclosed porch that parallels the ocean. The Sea Captain’s House has been a landmark in Myrtle Beach for more than 50 years, so they must be doing something right!


The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk was completed in May 2010. It consists of 1.2 miles of boardwalk that meanders from the 14th Avenue North Pier to the southernmost point at the 2nd Avenue Pier. The boardwalk itself is divided into 3 sections. The northernmost part is more for walking

Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach, SC

and viewing the ocean while the middle section has more of an amusement park atmosphere with oceanfront dining and businesses. The southernmost section has a large oceanfront park. The entire family will enjoy walking down the boardwalk and discovering endless treasures. The ocean views are breathtaking.

Native South Carolinians are proud of their little piece of paradise. Wouldn’t you like to visit and find out why?

Top Myrtle Beach Campgrounds

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RV Camping to Special Events—Two Southern Festivals in May

What could be more fun than coming together for a weekend of good food, good music and outdoor festival camaraderie? RV camping at festivals adds an additional layer of enjoyment to multi-day festivities. Whether you’re camping right in the heart of festival action or at a comfortable campground nearby, the convenience and affordability of festival camping make it a favorite activity of RV travelers.

We’ve picked two special festivals for you to consider for this year’s camping itinerary—and both take place the first week in May! From smokin’ hot blues in Memphis to a luscious celebration of South Carolina strawberries, they’re both good reasons to reserve an RV rental and plan your own Southern festival weekend.

South Carolina Strawberry Festival, Fort Mill, South Carolina, May 5-6, 2017

If you love the experience of small-town festivals, where local elementary school choirs take the same stage as regional country-rock bands and well-known blues artists, you’ll want to turn your RV toward Fort Mill, SC this May.

Fort Mill, a four-hour drive from Roanoke, VA on US-220, and just across the state border from

South Carolina Strawberry Festival

South Carolina Strawberry Festival

Charlotte, NC, is home to the annual South Carolina Strawberry Festival that honors the sweet red fruit that comes ripe right as this festival begins.

There are festival-related events like a pageant and golf tournament the week prior to Festival Weekend, but the action really starts to get sweet on Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, 2017.

Home-spun fun such as shortcake and hot wing eating contests and a ring-full of professional wrestlers raising funds to fight cancer will keep RVers plenty occupied. That’s even before we mention the musical talent that takes the Strawberry Jam Stage both Friday night and all day Saturday.

There’s even a Strawberry Pancake Breakfast Saturday morning at the local high school. And it’s all within easy reach, as most festival events take place in or near the town’s Walter Elisha Park.

Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? But you may be wondering where to camp close to the festival. You’ll find plenty of private campgrounds in the area. Here are just a few:

  • Camp Wilderness at Carowinds Amusement Park, fifteen minutes north of the Festival grounds. Why not plan to stay and play at Carowinds to round out your South Carolina family RV camping vacation?
  • Charlotte/Fort Mill KOA, just off I-77 and less than ten minutes from Walter Elisha Park, gets high marks from RV travelers.
  • Crown Cove RV Park on the North Carolina/South Carolina border, minutes from Fort Mill, is another highly-recommended campground close to the Festival.

Our next festival takes us to Memphis, home of blues, barbeque and sassy Southern hospitality.

Beale Street Musical Festival, Memphis, Tennessee, May 5-7, 2017

Each May, more than one hundred thousand music lovers congregate on the banks of the Mississippi at Tom Lee Park in Memphis to enjoy musicians as varied as Snoop Dogg to Drive-By Truckers. The 2017 Beale Street Music Festival will be held May 5-7 and promises to be one of the best reasons to travel to Memphis by RV this year.

Bring your blanket (no coolers, outside beverages or lawn chairs, please) and your love of good music to this three-day festival in a city world-renowned for its musical offerings. The eclectic mix of artists on four stages will ensure everyone in your camping crew has a stellar festival experience. And what could be more exciting than a festival with the South’s most iconic river as a backdrop? (By the way, you’ll need to buy your tickets now, as Tier I and II passes have already sold out!)

Where to camp close to the Beale Street Music Festival? Try these campgrounds for RV camping within thirty miles of the Festival:

  • Memphis Jellystone Park, Horn Lake, MS
  • Graceland RV Park & Campground on Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis
  • Memphis KOA, twenty minutes away, across the state line in Marion, Arkansas
  • Tom Sawyer RV Campground in West Memphis, Arkansas

Bonus Memphis RV camping idea: While RV camping in Memphis to attend the Beale Street Music Festival, while not schedule a longer stay to enjoy the other Memphis in May International Festival events? Kicking off with the Beale Street Music Festival the first weekend in May and stretching to the 901Fest in late May that celebrates all the 901 (Memphis) area code has to offer, this quartet of Memphis festivals in May will tempt RVers to linger longer.

It’s time to start planning your festival RV camping experiences! Use these ideas as a springboard to make your 2017 festival camping plans, and don’t forget—we’re here to help you have your best RV travel experience yet.

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Charleston RV Camping – an Autumn Adventure

Have you experienced the Southern charm of Charleston by RV? South Carolina’s coastal gem is a wonderful place to visit in autumn. Why not use these travel tips to start planning your own RV camping excursion to Charleston?

What to Do on Your Charleston, SC RV Trip

Once you’ve arrived in Charleston, the hard part will be narrowing down the attractions you’ll have time to visit. Allow us to help you with advance planning by making a few suggestions.

Charleston Harbor offers RV travelers of all ages enough attractions to fill a vacation.

Fort Sumter, South Carolina

Fort Sumter, South Carolina

Don’t miss a tour of Fort Sumter, scene of the Civil War’s beginning,
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church of Revolutionary War fame and the USS Yorktown, a WWII aircraft carrier docked at Patriot’s Point. Those are just three of the highlights of the city’s famed harbor tours.

Boone Hall Plantation, founded in 1681, is a magnificent example of Southern plantation life. Take the guided tour and stroll beneath the archway formed by two-hundred-seventy-year-old oaks. A ‘don’t miss’ for Southern history buffs.

Battery Park, a beautiful spot along Charleston Harbor, is rich with live oaks, war memorials and wide, graceful walkways. It also offers unforgettable views of the Harbor attractions.

Charleston City Market, housed in a fabulous Greek Revival Great Hall and connecting open air ‘sheds’, is considered the city’s cultural center. Hundreds of craftsmen, artisans and vendors offer their wares every day except Christmas, and weekend nights, as well. Eat, shop and otherwise immerse yourself in the best Charleston has to offer.

Sullivan’s Island, in Charleston Harbor, lures visitors to the area with its windswept beaches, a much-photographed lighthouse and a nice casual dining district sure to please anyone’s palate.

The Citadel, Charleston’s military college founded in 1842, is beloved local institution. Tour the school’s picturesque campus and don’t miss the stirring Friday afternoon parade. 

One more plus for motorhome travelers planning to stay in Charleston is the variety of convenient places to set up camp. From John’s Island to a scenic county park, you’re sure to love the location. Use this list to start your search for your perfect Charleston area RV campground.

With temperatures in the seventies well into November, there’s no better time to lose yourself in the Southern charm of Charleston. Enjoy the hospitality of a local RV campground and make time to stroll Battery Park and take a tour of harbor attractions. Indulge in the pleasures of the famed City Market and make a day of discovering Sullivan’s Island. And don’t miss the historical significance of the city’s many forts, the Citadel and beautiful Boone Hall and Gardens.

Let us know how we can help make your RV camping trip to Charleston, SC even better with an RV rental. We’d love to hear what you discover when you visit this coastal gem!

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Fort Sumter – An Autumn RV Camping Destination Charleston, South Carolina RV Camping

Charleston, SC hosts a wealth of historic attractions, and Charleston RV campers will definitely want to visit Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the Civil War were fired.

Autumn RV camping fans, in particular, are going to enjoy temperate weather as they explore fascinating Fort Sumter National Monument. Temperatures in the seventies are typical for October and November, allowing comfortable motorhome camping in the heart of Southern history.

Fort Sumter, SC

Fort Sumter, SC

You may not know, if you haven’t visited the Charleston area by RV, that the full historic military experience actually includes several locations. You’ll first want to visit Fort Sumter National Monument itself, accessible by tour boats departing from South Carolina Aquarium on Charleston’s Liberty Square or Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant, SC.

At the Fort, you’ll learn not only how this iconic fortress was built, but also the part it played first as a Union fortification and later as a symbol of Confederate might as the Civil War raged on.

And don’t miss the chance to visit Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island. There’s plenty of history to be found there, since this fort, rebuilt several times, played a role from America’s first Revolution through both World Wars.

Charleston RV campers who want the full Fort Sumter experience should also visit the Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center in Charleston’s Liberty Square. It contains a treasure trove of information about why, how and when the Civil War and its battles were fought.

And as you’re soaking up all that Civil War history on your Charleston RV camping trip, take time to enjoy the beauty of South Carolina’s Atlantic Coast. A wonderful place to find both beauty and history in Charleston is Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. If you have the time to tour two plantations, be sure to visit Boone Hall Plantation, established in 1681.

The city of Charleston itself is a beautiful place to tour, on your own or on one of the many guided tours. You won’t know where to turn next, surrounded by eighteenth century homes, magnificent churches and public buildings and the historic City Market, open year-round.

We can’t leave without mentioning the abundance of Charleston RV campgrounds, convenient to Fort Sumter and the wonders of Charleston Harbor. Here are just a few to consider:

RV Campground at the County Park at James Island

Lake Aire RV Park – Hollywood, SC

Oak Plantation Campground – John’s Island

Mount Pleasant/Charleston KOA

Coastal South Carolina RV camping is an experience all our readers should enjoy at least once. Come to Charleston by RV this fall and find out why Fort Sumter National Monument and this Southern city’s historic treasures continue to draw visitors from around the globe.

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A Winter RV Adventure to Myrtle Beach South Carolina

Oceanfront View, Myrtle Beach Alongside Ocean Boulevard

Oceanfront View, Myrtle Beach Alongside Ocean Boulevard

Who would have thought that Myrtle Beach, South Carolina would be a wonderful winter destination for an RV adventure? It is all about the beach, right? And who is going to swim in the ocean in the wintertime? Well, Myrtle Beach is most definitely a great winter vacation spot, with plenty of attractions and fun to keep the entire family entertained for hours and days on end.

Of course, the beach is one of the best parts of Myrtle Beach. There are sixty miles of sand with the crashing waves of the Atlantic an inspiring sight. Beach combing is always fun, finding those gems among the sandy stretches. This time of year the daytime temperatures get up in the 70s and nights sink into the 50s. Ideal weather to get outside and get some sun during the day without getting too hot!

First find your RV camping spot so you can get settled in and prepare for days of fun. You may like to stay directly on the beach at Ocean Lakes Family Campground, winner of National RV Park of the Year awards over and over again. Then you should meander over to the boardwalk to get your first introduction to this marvelous place. At the long Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade you will truly get to discover the coastline and true beauty of this South Carolina gem.

A great treat for the kids, the Children’s Museum of SC has an abundance of exhibits that inspire the imagination. There are interactive programs that invite the little ones (and the adults) to touch explore and play. Get a little more serious about the history of our navel heroes as you explore the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum. Learn some historic stories of honest and brave men and women.

Once done absorbing the past of this region, you may be ready for a little excitement. At Myrtle Beach Adrenaline Adventures you will never experience zipline fun like you will find here. This will get the blood flowing and the limbs nimble. Start with a 600-foot trip from one tower to another and finish off with a free-fall from the top of a 60-foot tower. A little less heart-pounding but fun nevertheless is the Myrtle Beach Skywheel. Get ready for breathtaking views.

Check out Myrtle Beach Speedway to see what events are happening during your stay. You wouldn’t want to miss any super NASCAR races or other thrilling shows. Then head over to the Wheels of Yesteryear where you can see some impressive collections of classic cars. And to get the flavor of even earlier times, explore all there is to see at the Hopsewee Plantation, built forty years before the Revolutionary War.

More outdoor fun awaits at the Brookgreen Gardens with an incredible zoo and gardens and at the Huntington Beach State Park where you can fit in some bird watching. And before you leave to go home, drive over to Myrtle Beach State Park and say so long to the ocean and to the long days of relaxation. It has been an incredibly satisfying RV vacation!

Picture credits: The oceanfront picture of Myrtle Beach is by Phil Guest and is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.

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How to Enjoy RV Camping at Edisto Beach State Park

Edisto Beach in the Morning

Edisto Beach in the Morning

We love finding those special places where our RV rental clients can relax in the beauty of nature. One such place is South Carolina’s Edisto Beach State Park. Whether you camp on the ocean or along a scenic salt marsh, an RV journey to Edisto Beach can be delightfully healing.

Traveling from the Intercoastal Waterway to South Carolina’s coast can be an awesome beginning to your trip. Edisto Beach Scenic Byway, otherwise known as SC-174, leads the way from the much-photographed Dawhoo (McKinley Washington, Jr) Bridge to Edisto Beach and the mysteries of the Lowcountry. This byway leads RV travelers past farms, marshes and plantations, with the scent of salt air becoming stronger by the minute. Treat yourself to the incomparable splendor of Edisto Beach Scenic Byway as the first stage of your South Carolina RV camping vacation.

Crossing the island, you’ll find Edisto Beach State Park on the island’s eastern shore, wrapped around the village of Edisto Beach. No crowded beachfront here; the entire island is dedicated to maintaining a peaceful, laid back atmosphere.

This oceanside state park greets visitors with an excellent interpretive center that educates about the island’s Native American history, the development of agriculture in the area and the efforts to preserve the unique environment of Edisto Island.

Camping at one of Edisto Beach State Park’s two campgrounds will make your visit even more enjoyable. The state park’s campsites are both affordable and convenient to plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities, year-round.

The warm summer months mean swimming in the waves and enjoying the crabbing for which the island is famous. Edisto’s mild winters allow RV campers to hike, bike and watch for a wonderful variety of wildlife along the interpretive trails. Venture beyond the boundaries of the state park and you’ll find Edisto Island Serpentarium in the village of Edisto Beach. Home to snakes and reptiles native to the island, it’s a fascinating way to spend an afternoon.

If you like surf fishing, Edisto Beach State Park is also an excellent playground. Edisto Island also offers excellent river fishing, especially along the north and south branches of the Edisto River. Charter a fishing guide while on the island; all you’ll need to bring is your sense of adventure!

Speaking of outdoor adventures, we need to share one more tip; kayaking the waterways surrounding Edisto Beach State Park will challenge your talents and allow you to bring back some pretty exciting vacation memories.

In winter or summer, Edisto Beach State Park opens the door to a coastal RV adventure you’ll long remember. We encourage our RV camping friends to consider a trip soon to Edisto Island. Talk to our staff;  we’ve got the RV rental you’ll need to thoroughly enjoy your camping trip to the South Carolina coast.

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RV Camping on the Savannah River Scenic Byway

Three rivers, lush national parks and exciting RV camping is waiting for South Carolina RV campers on the Savannah River National Scenic Byway. Come along on a Southern RV journey as we explore the joys of the Savannah River Valley.

Savannah River Scenic Byway Highlights
This National Scenic Byway starts on SC-28 at Clarks Hill, SC. Journey north up the Savannah River Valley into the rolling pine forests of Hamilton Branch State Park. Make plans to camp there, on the shores of J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir, where fishing for crappie and striper and biking the Steven’s Creek Bike Trail are just two of the ways RV travelers enjoy this immense water playground.

When you’re ready to move on, travel north on SC-28 to the Town of McCormick, with easy access to three state parks. Play on the water, camp in the forests and hit the trails for a delightful time in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Save time to visit the historic downtown district of McCormick. You can also tour the gold mining tunnels that run beneath McCormick, as well as pan for gold, at the Heritage Gold Mine Park.

The Savannah River National Scenic Byway now swings northwest on SR-81 to Richard B Russell State Park and Lake Russell. A favorite with fishermen, this scenic lake surrounded by pristine wilderness straddles the Georgia/South Carolina line. Enjoy camping in the woods, golf at Arrowhead Pointe Golf Course or take to the water for some of the best bass fishing in the area. Here’s a tip: Calhoun Falls State Park on Lake Russell is the place for hiking, horseback riding and exploring old homesites. Another interesting side trip is on Hwy 72 west of Calhoun Falls to Abbeville, birthplace of the Confederacy.

As you continue north on SR-81 toward Lake Hartwell, enjoy the scenic river valley as well as the Southern charm of towns like Lowndesville, Iva and Starr. Another historic gem on the shores of Lake Hartwell is the City of Anderson, SC. Explore its historic districts and gorgeous plantations, and if you’re there on the weekend, be sure to take in the South’s largest flea market in Belton! Take the kids to Issaqueena Falls and Stumphouse Tunnel Park to learn some local history while viewing the ten-story waterfall.

Lake Hartwell is located at the north end of the Savannah River National Scenic Byway. Lake Hartwell Camping and Cabins is a wonderful place to set up camp. In addition to marinas, trails, swimming beaches and excellent fishing, RV travelers will also enjoy a trip to the town of Clemson on the lakeshore. This is your chance to visit Clemson University, as well as the antebellum home of John C. Calhoun and the South Carolina Botanical Gardens. A visit to Clemson is a fitting end to your RV camping trek on this Byway.

As you plan your own RV camping trip along the Savannah River National Scenic Byway, the El Monte RV Rentals office in Atlanta is ready to serve. The beauty of the Savannah River Valley and the comfort of RV camping are a potent combination for insuring an unforgettable vacation!

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Nice Road Trips Blog

Every now and then we run into a website that we really like. The one that we found recently that seems an excellent resource for anyone looking to travel in the Carolinas is Ron’s Road Trips. We fell in love with the pictures… So check out Ron and see what he is up to traveling the Carolinas, and sometimes further…

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Time to RV Camp Along the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Byway

Fine fishing, first-rate RV camping and unforgettable scenery, those are the reasons RVers love to make the trip along South Carolina’s Cherokee Foothills Scenic Byway. It’s time your RV camping crew made the trek to these scenic Blue Ridge Mountains foothills, too. Here’s the inside scoop on what to see and do along the way.

  • The first task on your agenda, if you’re not an RV owner, is reserving a quality RV rental.  No matter where you’re coming from, we’re always here to help. And then it’s time to plan your journey. If you choose to travel from the western end of the Scenic Byway, you’ll be making your way along I-85 to Barrett Pond Reservoir near Westminster, SC.
  • Before you head north on the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Byway (otherwise known as S.C. 11), stop and play at both Barrett Pond and Lake Hartwell, right next door. Both bodies of water boast excellent bass, bullhead and pickerel fishing. Lake Hartwell State Park, which straddles the Georgia/South Carolina border, also offers more than one hundred water and electric RV sites.
  • Once you’ve calmed your fishing fetish sufficiently, follow the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Byway north to Keowee-Toxaway State Natural Area. Hike the Natural Bridge or Raven Rock trails and get in some more fishing time on either Lake Keowee or Lake Jocassee. The campground here is small but wonderfully scenic, tucked into pristine forestland, so be sure to make your reservations early. Don’t forget your camera—the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from this park are first-class!
  • As our scenic byway winds north and east through the lush forests of the foothills, you’ll encounter yet another state park – Table Rock. A regional icon to Blue Ridge Mountain fans, Table Rock Mountain (PDF) is an outstanding example of upcountry beauty on the North Carolina border. A visitor center, Foothills Trail trailhead, two small fishing lakes and historic 1930s park buildings make this lovely park a favorite with RV campers.

Believe it or not, there’s still a lot to see on this one hundred twenty mile journey! Abundance is evident everywhere along your route in the form of colorful roadside markets, scenic waterfalls and winding roads that climb to glorious views.

  • And near the end of the scenic byway, Cowpens National Battlefield is worth spending an afternoon exploring. Site of a pivotal Revolutionary War victory for American forces, this national historic site features a visitor center, living history reenactments, a battlefield hiking trail and an auto tour that focuses on Green River Road at the heart of the battle.

The foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina are a treasure for RVers hoping to get away from it all. Relax at a lakeside campground, fish until you cast another line and soak up scenery that’s thrilled explorers for centuries. There’s all that and more waiting for you along the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Byway.

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