Colleton State Park RV & Campground Guide

South Carolina

If you love to paddle on the water, you will want to check out Colleton State Park. The state park is the perfect place to access the Edisto River. Colleton State Park also serves as the gateway for the Edisto River canoe and kayak trail. This South Carolina state park is located between St. George and Walterboro, and it is easily accessible from Highway 15 and Interstate 95.

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Spring 45-71 F
Summer 70-92 F
Fall 53-77 F
Winter 31-59 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Colleton State Park

If you are ready to hit the open road, then you should think about an RV rental. With a RV, you never have to worry about finding a hotel room or missing out on a dinner reservation. These recreational vehicles allow you to travel on your own terms as you enjoy the freedom of RVing. With a large selection of vehicles, RVshare can help you find the perfect RV rental for your next trip.

Colleton State Park Campgrounds

If you don't want to miss any action, then you can book a campsite right at Colleton State Park. All the main roads in the park and campground are paved, but you will find packed sand at all the campsites. There are hookups for water and electricity at every RV site. Some areas can accommodate rigs up to 40 feet in length, and others have space for rigs up to 25 feet. There are a few amenities to keep you comfortable, including a station with restrooms and hot showers. The dump station can help keep your rig sanitary and tidy. The campground has a mandatory two-night minimum stay.

  • Water hookup: Yes
  • Electrical hookup: Yes
  • Sewer hookup: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Pet-friendly: Yes
  • Other features: Secluded location and picnic pavilion

Eagle's RV Park

You can secure a secluded campsite for your RV at Eagle's RV Park. The sites are spacious and can accommodate 40-foot vehicles. The RV sites are paved with asphalt, and many of the spots are pull-through sites. All the spots are clean and quiet, and they offer full hookups for electricity, water, and sewage. You will not get all the frills of a resort-style park, but this is the perfect location for those who want to enjoy the serenity of nature.

  • Water hookup: Yes
  • Electrical hookup: Yes
  • Sewer hookup: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Pet-friendly: Yes
  • Other features: Quiet atmosphere

New Green Acres

New Green Acres is the perfect spot to camp in a forest of shady pine trees. This park is a full-service campground and can accommodate all sizes of RVs. For those who want to enjoy some recreation, this campground has everything from a swimming pool to a dog park. You can even purchase propane for an additional fee. There are discounted rates for Good Sam, AAA, and military members. However, if you are not a member, the daily rates start at $30 per night. Primitive sites have a fee of $20 per night.

  • Water hookup: Yes
  • Electrical hookup: Yes
  • Sewer hookup: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Pet-friendly: Yes
  • Other features: Laundry facilities, clubhouse, and dump station

RV Rentals Near Colleton State Park

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Restaurants

What to Do at
Colleton State Park

Inside Colleton State Park

Colleton State Park is the smallest state park in South Carolina. It is known for its easy access to the Edisto River. In addition to the water recreational opportunities, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy in the park. There are hiking trails, picnic shelters, and ballfields that can be used by all visitors.

Outside Colleton State Park

Colleton State Park is located outside of Walterboro. If you want to enjoy a meal or pick up a few supplies, you can find plenty of stores and restaurants in town. You might even want to wander out of the park and explore the local area.

Restaurants

Olde House Cafe

You can get a little bit of everything at Olde House Cafe. Throughout the week, they serve up delicious breakfast dishes. The lunch and dinner menu features all the classics, including chicken wings, burgers, salads, and sandwiches. You can take a few selections off the hot buffet or salad bar. If you have room for dessert, you will not want to miss out on the banana splits or chocolate milkshakes.

Type: American

Location: 1274 Bells Highway, Walterboro, SC 29488

Carmine's Trattoria

Carmine's Trattoria is the perfect spot to enjoy a few Italian favorites. You can start your meal off with some bruschetta or a Caprese salad. The main courses include a selection of pasta dishes such as ravioli, manicotti, and linguine. If you want some meat, Carmine's serves up plenty of chicken, veal, and fish entrees. Before you end your meal, make sure to sample the tiramisu or cannoli.

Type: Italian

Location: 242 E Washington Street, Walterboro, SC 29488

Fat Jack’s

Fat Jack’s is another great place for a terrific meal. This restaurant is known for its "Sterling Silver" steaks. All the menu items are made with the freshest ingredients. You can stop in for a light bite or have a full meal. Fat Jack's is open for lunch and dinner, and there is a full bar with a large selection of beers on tap.

Type: American

Location: 2122 Bells Highway, Walterboro, SC 29488

Shopping

Walterboro Foodland

If you want to shop local, then you should stop by Walterboro Foodland. This independent grocery store is a great place to pick up the basics for your trip. Foodland has a small selection of meats, produce, and household items. While you are there, you can grab some snacks and supplies. There is also a limited selection of beer and wine.

Location: 199 Ireland Creek Drive, Walterboro, SC 29488

Piggly Wiggly

You can find a wide assortment of products at the local Piggly Wiggly. Whether you need fresh meat or produce, you can find the best deals at this supermarket. Along with the grocery items, this store also offers household goods. If you need some items for a picnic in the park, the deli can help with meats, cheeses, and prepackaged salads. You might even want to stop by the bakery for fresh bread and homemade desserts.

Location: 297 Bells Highway, Walterboro, SC 29488

Save-A-Lot

Walterboro is home to a local Save-A-Lot. If you are on a budget but need to stock up, this is a great grocery store. You can find a large selection of meats, bread, produce, dairy, and seafood. This store also has a deli for fresh-sliced meats and cheeses. Throughout the week, Save-A-Lot offers specials on certain items.

Location: 299 Bells Highway, Walterboro, SC 29488

Sightseeing

Walterboro Library Society Building

Located in the Walterboro Historic District, the Walterboro Library Society Building was built in 1820. The small building is noted for its Federal-style frame and side-gabled roof. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. A library was once housed in the building, but it is now the Colleton County Historical Society's home. You can stop by the little building and take a picture in front of this historic site.

Location: 803 Wichman Street, Walterboro, SC 29488

Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary

The Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the middle of Walterboro. You can easily reach Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary from Interstate 95. It is the perfect spot to walk around the grounds and appreciate the beauty of nature. This sanctuary contains a network of raised boardwalks. There are also biking, canoe, and hiking trails. Along with that, there is plenty of wildlife to see in the area. Deer, raccoons, beavers, squirrels, foxes, alligators, and wildcats have been spotted at this sanctuary.

Location: 1 Lowcountry Lane, Yemassee, SC 29945

Bedon-Lucas House

The Bedon-Lucas House is located in the Walterboro Historic District, and it is one of the five remaining "high houses" in the town. These houses are named for the structure's high height off the ground. The house is open to the public. You can tour the home and see the preserved pine floors and antique furnishings.

Location: 205 Church Street, Walterboro, SC 29488

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How to Get to
Colleton State Park

If you are heading from Interstate 95, you need to take Exit 68 and head east toward Charleston on Highway 61. You will travel on this road for three miles until you reach Highway 15. At this point, you need to make a left and follow the road for a half-mile. Colleton State Park will be on your left.

Entering Colleton State Park

The park is open from sunrise to sunset for day-use activities.

Per adult : $0

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