Camping in South Carolina envelops you lush hills, gorgeous forests, and show-stopping coastlines. South Carolina's charm extends from the island of Hilton Head, through the midlands, and into the Nantahala Wilderness.

If you’re headed to camp in South Carolina, these four campsites from Tentrr can keep you cozy as you experience the camping life.

1. Amongst the Trees

This lovely primitive campsite is close to Inman, South Carolina, as well as Tryon International Equestrian Center, for those campers who would enjoy a trail ride. You can even bring your own horse if you’d prefer.

Because this is a backcountry site, you have to bring your own tent, although Tentrr does provide a dome tent, a Tentrr Loo, and a Tentrr CampBox.

This tentsite is split between lovely clumps of trees and rolling meadows. Camp and hike among deer, pheasant, and turkey. There are even some stands of trees for wildlife photographers to snap the perfect shot.

2. Lake Robinson’s Waterfront Campsites

This campsite near Hartsville offers sites right on the water or in the secluded forest. Bring your favorite watercraft and float on the lovely waters of Lake Robinson. If you don’t have a boat or float to bring, you can rent kayaks and canoes from the site keeper.

Campers can use the first level of the community house for dish-washing and microwaving foods. You tend to your kitchen needs in the house, or use the large back patio with a communal grill. Campers have access to an inside bathroom with a shower.

Available for six campers, these are primitive sites on the lake so you have to bring your own gear.

3. Farmstay Fun on Platform 9 and ¾

These sites near Clarks Hill are set on the farm property’s open fields, forests, and grazing pastures. With 110 acres and a nod toward the famous wizard books of mystery and exploration, there is plenty to investigate.

There are three designated camping sites but you are welcome to look for your own spot to pitch your tent on the back 60 acres if you’re inclined. There’s also a dry-camping spot that’s available for year-round reservations.

There is a cozy community house for camping guests to wash their dishes, use the microwave, relax in the hammock, or grill out. These are primitive campsites on Hard Earth Farm, but the designated sites have running water and an outhouse within walking distance. If you want to see a busy farm at work, head over to get in on the action and meet the goats and llamas.

4. Big Pine Peninsula

These primitive camping spots near Lancaster are set on the CampKeeper’s property and are steps from the dock. The lake is stocked with bass and bluegill, so if you’re an angler, bring your rod and reel. A small seasonal creek and tons of undisturbed forest create a tranquil atmosphere.

These sites are primitive, so you must bring everything you need, even potable water. A fire pit and ring, picnic table, and grill are available at each site. Your pets are welcome, so bring your furry friend along for the adventure.

Final Thoughts

Camping in South Carolina offers beautiful views of rolling hills, lush meadows, and tranquil forests. If you enjoy riding, fishing, hiking, or boating, these Tentrr sites may just exceed your expectations.