Camping In South Carolina, The Palmetto State
Myrtle Beach South Carolina Sunrise Photo by Moofpocket
What to see and do when RVing and Camping in South Carolina, here are the things you need to see and do.
The links on this page will give you valuable travel information about South Carolina.
Statehood: May 23, 1788 .
Name Origin: Taken from "Carolus," the Latin word for Charles and named after England's King Charles I.
Nickname: Palmetto State.
Land Area: 30,111 sq. mi., 40th largest state in the US.
Largest Cities: Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Greenville, Spartanburg.
Bordering States: Georgia, North Carolina.
State Bird: Great Carolina Wren
State Flower: Yellow Jessamine.
State Tree: Cabbage Palmetto.
State Slogan: Smiling Faces. Beautiful Places (State slogans change frequently and some states have more than 1, so we will do the best we can in figuring out which one to use).
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Apache Pier in Myrtle Beach South Carolina
Things To Do In Charleston, SC: An insider’s guide to Charleston attractions, lodging, shopping, nightlife, beaches and events. Insights are provided from locals and tourists for finding favorite Lowcountry activities, including a list of the Top 10 Best.http://www.carolina-beaches.com/ All the information you need to know about the North and South Carolina beaches, oceanfront resorts and tourist attractions
Hopefully, this information will help you when camping in South Carolina.