A campsite set amid a grove of spiky palms.
Waterfront Digs: Day’s end at a Nature Adventures Outfitters campsite overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway south of McClellanville
Nature Adventures Outfitters offers 15 no-frills campsites near Bulls Bay. It’s also the meeting place for the group’s naturalist-guided hikes and kayak excursions.
Everything has its place in the camper van (including Felix).
Waking up to nature.
Watching boats pass on the Intracoastal Waterway.
Fresh corn and steaks on the grill.
The glow of campsites after nightfall.
Shrimp and grits for breakfast at McClellanville Diner.
The Awendaw Passage of the Palmetto Trail.
A stop at Oscar + Cornelius in the village, meeting one of the shop founders, Ashley Brook Perryman.
A sign at Barefoot Bubba’s.
Camping under towering palmettos and pines at Hunting Island State Park.
A swimmer in Port Royal Sound.
Fishing boats at Gay Fish Company on St. Helena Island.
The 19th-century Hunting Island lighthouse.
A late afternoon view of the beach alongside the Hunting Island State Park campground.
Tent sites near the dunes.
Fort Fremont Historical Preserve.
The Rev. Kenneth Hodges at LyBensons’s Gallery on St. Helena Island.
One of the “Zun” (a combo of the words “Zen” and “sun”) tent cabins on the property.
The unpaved, trail-like roads at Woodlands Nature Reserve in Charleston. It’s a popular site for music-, art-, and nature-focused events that feature camping.
Quarry lakes are a key feature at the 6,000-acre reserve along Ashley River Road.
Paddling from one of the Zun campsites.
Drive In, Gear Up: Before a trip, customers can bring their car or truck to Oxbow Road Adventures to be outfitted with gear for camping excursions.
Load up your camper or pack the tent to explore the outdoors during our best season