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Edisto Beach State Park Campground

8377 State Cabin Rd, Edisto Island, SC 29438-6834
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Razzierb wrote a review 6 May
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina260 contributions54 helpful votes
There are 2 campgrounds in the park (Live Oak & Beachside) and we stayed in the LIve Oak section. This was our first visit to Edisto and we enjoyed it overall. We schedule our beach trips during early spring or early fall to attempt to avoid the summer insect population, but during mid-April 2022, Edisto had surprises for us in the form on tiny black flies and no-see-ums that both bit and both became active enough at dusk that we felt chased into the camper for relief. I did notice that many of our fellow campers had erected screen houses and seemed to be just fine, so maybe that's the trick here, although the no-see-ums might be able to penetrate the screen fabric. Our site was spacious and the bathouse was clean and well maintained. Dump station for both campgrounds is across the highway from the Live Oak Campground entrance.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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msmonogram wrote a review Dec 2021
Lancaster, Pennsylvania63 contributions52 helpful votes
We just returned from three nights at the beachside campground at Edisto Island State Park. Having never been to Edisto we had zero expectations. Let me just say that we were blown away by this campground…it was the best camping experience that we’ve ever had. We reserved site 18 which is directly behind the dunes. From our site, you could hear the ocean waves. A very short walk led to the bathhouse which was spotless. Just steps beyond that was the beach access. We were so close that we crawled out of bed and walked a few steps to the beach each morning to experience the sunrise. The state park has a gorgeous mix of beachfront, and maritime forests. The forest trails are gorgeous and well maintained. The beach is sparkling. Do yourself a favor and walk the trails, visit the environmental center, walk down the beach to the inlet…experience everything! Lastly, the park staff was friendly and knowledgeable. For those in an RV or TT, the site wasn’t level but experienced campers won’t have a problem. Five stars…counting the days until we can visit again!
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled
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JD1 wrote a review Nov 2020
Greenville, South Carolina433 contributions149 helpful votes
We are a family of 4 with minimal camping experience. We do not have an RV, we just tent camp. Edisto Beach is fairly isolated when compared to the tourist beach areas along the SC coast. There are not many activities other than the beach, a handful of restaurants, minimal shops and a few miles of hiking trails at the park. We stayed for two nights at the Live Oak Campground. The site (120) was beautiful. Great view of the tidal marsh, great sunsets, privacy between campsites and minimal road noise. We did look at the beach campsites and we agreed we made the better choice. The beach sites had minimal vegetation and almost no privacy. The Live Oak Campground was clean and quiet. Great trails for biking and walking. Half mile drive to the tiny Bi-lo grocery store, beach and Coots restaurant/bar/tourist shop. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would return.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled
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hayden b wrote a review Jun 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina5 contributions9 helpful votes
There is nothing better than being at the ocean!...quiet family camp ground on the ocean in Edisto beach, SC. More than 90% of sites are in a row, small and in direct sun. No privacy. We are at site 74, wooded and private. A heartbeat from comfort stations and ocean path. It works for us ! Bathrooms are dirty, same Icky soap and shaver in shower stall 3 days in a row. Scuzzy floor and tile. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way.....we have been to other SC state parks that shine !
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Date of stay: June 2020
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rugg1943 wrote a review Jul 2019
Saint Helena Island, South Carolina11 contributions3 helpful votes
There 2 camp grounds one called Oak Plantation and Beach Front. We were at oak Plantation. Som of the spaces are a little tough to back into. There is water and 50 amp hook up but no sewage. You have to dump before you arrive just before you reach the entrance on the left side of the road. It I marked by a sign. The only store Bi Lo and and an Ace hardware store. We did not eat out but restaurants at few. The beach is nice and available to to Oak residents with no charge. The beach cites are packed in tight and no trees for shade. All and all not bad but well not return. Next stop Hinting Island State Park just down the 17 to Ladies Island
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Edisto Beach State Park Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Edisto Beach State Park Campground?
Nearby attractions include Edisto Beach State Park (0.6 km), The Edistonian Gift Shop & Gallery (1.1 km), and Sea La Vie on Edisto (0.6 km).
What are some restaurants close to Edisto Beach State Park Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Waterfront Restaurant, SeaCow Eatery, and McConkey's Jungle Shack.
Are pets allowed at Edisto Beach State Park Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.