As most avid camping enthusiasts have come to realize, scoring a campground reservation has become a challenging task. Over the last year, it seems countless people have discovered the joys of camping. I, for one, think this is a fantastic thing: the world would be a better place if more humans learned to appreciate the […]
Looking for waterfalls, hiking trails, and quiet, backcountry camping? Jones Gap State Park in Marietta, SC has you covered. Here’s a complete review of our time at this gorgeous South Carolina State Park.
A tale of the time I swam, paddled, and floated to my hearts content in Lake Murray while camping at Dreher Island State Park.
Looking for a waterfront campground with endless paddling, boating, and fishing options? Santee State Park is the place for you.
Before we get into the gritty details, let me give you a little background on our brave Poinsett State Park travelers: Recently, my mother-in-law and sister-in-law relocated from their lifelong home of New England, to South Carolina. Due to circumstance and essentially the way the universe worked out, they chose to move here in July. […]
If you love adventure, I implore you to surround yourself with adventurous people. Because it’s those type of people who will message you on a random afternoon and ask if you’d like to join them for a camping and mountain bike excursion in just a few days time. And that is exactly how we ended […]
Our first visit to Little Pee Dee State Park ended with an emergency visit and a (partial) missing finger. But true to our adventurous nature: we went back. Here’s our review of Little Pee Dee State Park in Dillon, South Carolina…take two.
We spent 48 hours camping at Hunting Island State Park, South Carolinas most popular and frequented State Park. Here’s our full review.
While known for white sandy beaches and a tropical feel, Myrtle Beach State Park still has plenty to offer visitors during the winter / off-season months. In fact, visiting Myrtle Beach State Park in the winter can actually work out in your favor. Here are five awesome things you can do at Myrtle Beach State Park in the winter – that you can’t necessarily do (or do the same!) during peak season months.
Myrtle Beach State Park is a little slice of paradise will give you a true glimpse of what the coastline looked like before it was filled to the brim with hotels, restaurants, golf courses, and souvenir shops. This post is a local’s guide full of tips and tricks for visiting, exploring, and camping in the 312 acres of beaches and forests that make up Myrtle Beach State Park.