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Camping In The Upcountry South Carolina

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It’s your choice: tents, RVs, trailside, boat-in, equestrian or primitive camping. There are lots of options for your stay in the Upcountry.

Camping In The Upcountry South Carolina

Camping In Upcountry South Carolina

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Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Byway (SC Hwy. 11)

Looming majestically beyond the low, soft hills of the Piedmont, the southernmost peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains follow the highway.  It provides a scenic alternative to driving the Interstate. Extending from I-85 near the N.C. border to... more info...

Lake Jocassee
161 Holcombe Circle, Salem, SC 29676
(866) 345-7275

The lake has 7,500 acres of deep water and 75 miles of shoreline.  The lake, named "Place of the Lost One" because of a Cherokee legend. Jocassee, an Indian maiden, was said to have drowned herself in grief over the murder of her... more info...

Oconee County Parks, Recreation & Tourism

"Oconee" is a Cherokee word meaning "land beside the water" and water is in no short supply. With all the lakes and rivers to explore you may just find it hard to leave. In the northwestern-most corner of South... more info...

South Carolina State Parks

South Carolina's State Park system is one of the most admired in the country and provides a wide range of activities and spectacular scenery. At State Parks, you’ll find the best boating, mountain biking, horseback riding,... more info...

Waterfalls of the Upcountry

We've highlighted more than 35 publicly accessible waterfalls that are found in SC's Upcountry.  They range in height from 40 to 700 feet.  Most of the falls can be found in the area's parks and are easily reached, while... more info...

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Anderson SC KOA Campground
200 Wham Rd, Anderson, SC 29625-6044
Alternate Phone: 800-562-5804

We are a locally owned campground located among tall southern loblolly pines in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This campground is a gateway to a host of nearby treats, including Clemson University, Lake Hartwell and a host of other... more info...

An excellent park for enthusiasts and photographers, at 3,266' above sea level, Caesars Head provides views of Table Rock, Pinnacle Mountain and other distant peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains. more info...

The camp is located in the Sumter National Forest Campground and Recreation Area. The primitive camp is open year round along the banks of the Chauga River. more info...

Chattooga National Wild & Scenic River
112 Andrew Pickens RD, Mountain Rest, SC 29664

The Chattooga is recognized as one of the SE's premier whitewater rivers and the most famous whitewater paddling spot in the state. more info...

Chau Ram County Park
1220 Chau Ram Park RD, Westminster, SC 29693
(864) 647-9286

The park is located at the confluence of the Chauga and Ramsay Creek.  Visitors can enjoy hiking and biking trails, go tubing or fishing on the river, camp and enjoy the 40-foot waterfall and the suspension bridge over the river.  ... more info...

The Chauga River is a popular fishing area for rainbow trout, brown trout, and redeye bass. The Cassidy Bridge area offers parking and access. The warmer reaches of the river have largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish. more info...

The campground is located in the Sumter National Forest Campground and Recreation Area. The 29 site campground offers flush toilets, hot showers, and a dump station, but no hook-ups. more info...

Coneross Campground
699 Coneross Park Road, Townville, 29689

The campground is located on the Seneca River arm of the northern end of the expansive Lake Hartwell. more info...

The campground is ideally located on the "big water" of Lake Hartwell with all sites located on the waterfront that offer great views. The camp offers water, showers, and restrooms and some sites have electrical supply. Camping is by reservation only. more info...

Croft State Park
450 Croft State Park Rd., Spartanburg, 29302
(864) 585-1283

The former World War II Army training camp features 7,054 acres of rolling terrain, two lakes that support an excellent habitat, trails, equestrian facilities and camping. Visitors can visit cemeteries of early settlers or remnant Army structures. 50 ca more info...

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