Looking for a convenient spot close to the city to kick back and relax after a day of exploring? Just 4 miles north of downtown Greenville you’ll find Paris Mountain State Park, a peaceful forest retreat offering 39 paved sites with water and electrical hookups that can accommodate trailers and motorhomes up to 40 feet in length. Try your hand at canoeing, paddleboarding, and even pedal-boating with rentals available on-site. There is something for the entire family between the water activities, relaxing forested campsites, and 15 miles of hiking and biking trails to explore.
Palmetto Cove RV Park, located between Caesars Head State Park and Table Rock State Park, is ideal for campers who want to go hiking. Palmetto Cove was founded as an Airstream park and designed with Greenville campers in mind. With 148 full hookup sites, there’s no shortage of space at this campground. In addition, the park offers riverside spots, walking trails, and nearby mountain biking trails. Spend some quality time with your crew at the picnic shelters equipped with barbecues and fireplaces.
As one of the main draws to the surrounding area, Table Rock State Park, located 25 miles outside Greenville, provides a great spot to park your camper. The campground has sites that can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet in length, hot showers, and a laundry facility. Enjoy the old-fashioned swimming hole complete with a high dive at this scenic park, or try your hand at fishing from the pier. Be sure to take the hike to the 3,124-foot summit of Table Rock and enjoy the breathtaking views while you’re there.
Another option, located about 40 minutes outside of town, is Solitude Pointe RV and Cabins. This top-rated campground offers secluded sites along with weekly communal fires if you’re looking to make some new friends or hear stories from other campers. The opportunity to spend time with others provides a nice balance of solitude and connection in the wilderness. In addition to the pull-through and back-in, full-hookup RV sites, this facility offers dock fishing, a nature trail, and a variety of fun games from basketball to horseshoes and tetherball.