The Carolinas region is one of the top RV travel destinations in America because of the cultural attractions as well as amazing opportunities for those who love nature. You'll also find exciting things to do like adventure sports. Carolina Landing has a convenient location in South Carolina that puts in almost exactly between Charlotte, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia. Many guests stay here when traveling south for one of the popular NASCAR races, but others like staying here because they know that this campground offers so many things for their families and other guests to do.
Amenities for RV Owners
As a camper staying in this RV resort, you have the option of bringing your own RV or renting a unit onsite. Rental units come with small kitchen spaces that feature microwaves, coffee makers and refrigerators. Guests also have their own televisions in their rentals. Campers will find other amenities available to them like clean restrooms that all have working showers to provide them with instant hot water. Those who buy one of these RV resort memberships for sale also have access to laundry facilities as well as RV storage.
Things to Do
Anyone searching for RV resort memberships for sale at campgrounds that let them bring their pets will like staying here because the resort welcomes pets of all types. Carolina Landing has a swimming pool that makes it easy to stay cool on a hot summer day, nature and biking trails for those who like staying active and a fitness center for those who want to get in a workout while on vacation. Kids will love the various play areas around the resort and its miniature golf course.
Carolina Landing also has both volleyball and horseshoe courts, a game room and a marina with boat docks available. You'll also find picnic areas that come complete with barbecue grills. When you buy one of these memberships, you'll even find yourself within driving distance of more than 400 golf courses that are suitable for players of all skill levels. This campground is close to some of the top attractions in western South Carolina, including museums and historic sites.