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State Parks Rule

December 3, 2010

Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina

It makes perfect sense that all of the best campgrounds we’ve stayed at have been in state parks. After all, these parks are vacation destinations in and of themselves. What better way to explore them, and the surrounding areas, but from deep inside? And of the state parks we’ve stayed at, Hunting Island is the hands-down winner (so far).

It’s no wonder Hunting Island is South Carolina’s most popular state park, attracting more than one million visitors each year. This 5,000 acre, semi-tropical barrier island gives visitors the feeling of being far from mainland North America, maybe even on the island of Lost. Much of the campground is shrouded in dense foliage and palmetto trees but the eastern edge spills out on to the beach, offering ocean front RV spots. This place rocks!

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