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Discover Columbia

Whether you want to get outside, attend a sporting event, or spend a night out on the town, Columbia’s got you covered. Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, is the state’s largest city, and its central location makes it the perfect place to jump-start a vacation filled with sunshine and sand. After picking up your RV rental in Columbia, head to Congaree National Park to explore the largest intact hardwood forest, play on the beach at Lake Marion, or check out the city’s historical side during your visit to Fort Jackson.

If you’re hoping for sunny days and warm temperatures during your Columbia camping trip, plan to visit between March and May before the humidity kicks in and the temperatures soar. The city is known for having approximately 218 days of sun, so whenever you rent a camper in Columbia, you’ll have plenty of cloudless days to seek out the hotspots in the City of Soda.

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Things to do in Columbia

When you’re camping near Columbia, don’t miss the city’s best attractions. There’s something for everyone here, including museums, shopping districts, and several urban parks. While the streets and highways are relatively easy to navigate, finding a place to park your Columbia motorhome rental may require some finesse. If you don’t want to spend time looking for a place that provides oversized parking, take advantage of Columbia’s Comet (CMRTA) public transit system, which offers bus services, ride-shares, and rental bicycles to make it easy to get around the city.

Consider kicking things off by visiting some of Columbia’s best parks. Start your tour at the centrally-located Finlay Park, where you’ll find fabulous water features, children’s play areas, and paved paths perfect for laid-back strolls. After you’ve wrapped up your visit here, walk 15 minutes west to the Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park for some dramatic views of the Columbia Canal and the Congaree River.

Ready to head indoors to check out some of Columbia’s neat features? Start at the Columbia Marionette Theatre. This unique attraction hosts kid-oriented shows using stories and puppets of various shapes and sizes. For more family-friendly fun, visit the interactive EdVenture Children’s Museum, situated near the Congaree River.

Want to brush up on some of Columbia’s past? It won’t be difficult in this historic city. No visit’s complete here without a stop by the South Carolina State House. Visitors can join a guided tour and watch a brief video highlighting the structure’s architecture and purpose. Then, consider continuing your cultural insights by stopping by the adjacent McKissick Museum, which focuses on natural sciences and life in the South.

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RV campgrounds in Columbia

When it's time to find a place to camp near Columbia, you'll have plenty of places to park your rig. For convenient camping close to the city, consider a stay at Barnyard RV Park, located just a few miles west of the city's center. Barnyard RV Park's campsites are spacious and can accommodate almost any RV, from tiny travel trailers and toy haulers to big rigs. The campground has full hookups with water, sewer, electricity, and an on-site dump station. Are you traveling with a crew? Pets and kids are welcome at this family-friendly RV park, and groups can gather outside their campsites or book a more organized get-together at the clubhouse.

Want to camp in comfort amid the region’s scenic, rugged wilderness? Take your Columbia RV rental to Sesquicentennial State Park. This campground features RV sites with water and 30-amp electrical hookups, a fire ring, a grill, and a lantern hook. Each site isn’t far from the park’s restrooms and shower facilities, and if you prefer to clean your tanks on your way out, you can take advantage of the on-site dump station. Want to stretch your legs? Take to the trails! After hiking and biking, your kids will enjoy cooling down at the splash pad. If the splash pad isn’t enough water for you and your crew, opt to kayak, fish, or paddleboard on Sesquicentennial Lake.

To experience Southern serenity, head just 30 miles south of the city and settle into River Bottom Farms Family Campground, a sprawling 40-acre facility. This campground features stocked fishing ponds, an arcade, a swimming pool, and lots of other family-friendly activities. The campsites at River Bottom Farms range from basic and primitive to luxurious, with full hookups and pull-through driveways. So whether you have a pop-up trailer or a motorhome with slide outs, you will have a comfy place to camp for one night or a few.

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