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Discover Anderson, SC
South Carolina is a state brimming with history, a gorgeous coastline, good southern food and plenty of activities for anglers and lovers of the outdoors. The northwestern South Carolina town of Anderson is nicknamed the “electric city” because it was one of the first cities to acquire electricity in this region of the country. The nickname has stuck ever since the first light bulb lit up in 1895, but the town has changed into a modern city. And don’t worry, that famous southern hospitality has not gone anywhere.
The state of South Carolina is surrounded by Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. With just a few hours’ drive from Anderson, you could be in one of the major charming cities of the south. To the west is Nashville, known as the capital of country music; to the southwest is Atlanta, known for its food and its vibrant music and art scene; to the southeast is Charleston, known to be a foodie town with immense charm and good folks. For those looking to get out of the concrete jungle, South Carolina has something for you, too. Search for an RV in Anderson to get to know the south and all of the wonders that this region has to offer.
The Great Outdoors
One of the best outdoor locales in the Anderson area is Lake Hartwell. This lake is one of the largest in this region of the United States, and the fishing here is said to be amazing. You can rent a boat or have a guided trip from one of the many local guides where you can catch your limit of striped bass. The fish is delicious, and it puts up a great fight that is sure to make your trip down to the lake worthwhile. To have a fun and relaxing time, you could rent a kayak or paddleboard and take in the view of this beautiful lake at your own pace. Lessons and rentals are available from a few places, and this is a great activity to pass the time.
Farther south on Lake Hartwell, on the border of Georgia and South Carolina, is Sadler Creek State Park. You could drive or kayak yourself down to the park and mountain bike or hike. The Sadler’s Creek Loop trail is just over six miles long, and it’s easy enough for the whole family. Rent an RV and camp at the state park to enjoy the view of Lake Hartwell. Sadler Creek State Park is one of the few public spaces in the area and it’s a beautiful retreat from the roads and city life. To the northwest, in Georgia, is the Chattahoochee National Forest where there are even more places to camp, hike, mountain bike or backpack. Take your Anderson motorhome rental and visit the outdoor spaces in the area.
Once you are ready to settle for the night, there are a good number of RV parks in the area that can accommodate your RV rental near Anderson. There are RV parks throughout Anderson and the surrounding cities and even some on Lake Hartwell, so that you’re never too far from the coast. Because the lake attracts people from all over the state there is no shortage of RV parks.
The RV parks may vary in amenities, so it’s worth researching beforehand. There are also a handful of large grocery stores in the area that could be good spots to park your RV in for a night, just be sure to call ahead to verify that overnight parking is an option.
Your Anderson camper rental is ready for some adventure, and it’s good to know there are many options to choose from when it comes to parking.
Exploring the City
The Anderson area has history on every street, and there are a few companies who will give you a tour of this historic town and tell you all the hidden secrets. For those whose idea of a perfect field trip is visiting a museum, look no further because Anderson has a few of those, too. The Anderson City Fire Department Museum is one of many across town, and they even have vintage fire trucks from back in the old days.
There are also tours to the local moonshine distillery where you can try or purchase the product and learn how this old American spirit is made. Pick up the best RV rental in Anderson and wander around town or the lake and learn more about this “electric” city. For history buffs and outdoor lovers, this is the perfect destination.
RV Rentals in Anderson, SC
Anderson, SC is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Anderson. Outdoorsy's Anderson RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Anderson are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site.
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