Charleston KOA

9494 U.S. Highway 78

Ladson, SC 29456

Get Directions

Phone: (843) 797-1045

City: Ladson

Region: Coastal & Islands

Visit Website Visit Website

Charleston KOA

Charleston KOA is located 15 miles west of the Historic District just off of I-26, tucked among the trees of the little town of Ladson. We offer a swimming pool, camp store, laundry, recreation room, games and activities, cable television, and Free wireless Internet service.

We can accommodate everything from tents to large motorcoaches and we welcome camping groups as well! Our location is central to the area attractions which include historic plantations and an aircraft carrier. We are only a mile from the Wannamaker County Park, which boasts miles of trails, a dog park and an awesome water park in the summer months! Make your reservations today!!

You might also like:

Dock Street Theatre
Coast

Charleston

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
The restored Dock Street Theatre reopened in May 2010 with a Spoleto Festival performance of "Flora," the first opera ever performed in the American Colonies. The first theatre in the Colonies, Dock Street opened in 1736 and was lost in the fire of...
Attraction
Coast

Charleston

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
This site on Morris Island was where the first Union regiment of free black soldier, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteers Infantry Regiment, fought during Civil War. Although Union Soldiers did not take the fort by this July 18, 1863 assault, it proved the...
Eva's on Main
Coast

Summerville

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Eva's Restaurant has been Summerville's spot for comfort food since 1944. This well known meat and three is open daily serving up our southern specials!
Cabbage Row
Coast

Charleston

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
The section of Church St. was the inspiration for "Catfish Row" in the Dubose Heyward story "Porgy." This story later became the basis for George Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess," a fictionalized glimpse of black life in Charleston during the 1920s....
Bethel United Methodist Church
Coast

Charleston

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Charleston's first Methodist congregation purchased this parcel of land in 1795 and erected the church here in 1797. Black and white congregations worshiped here until 1851, when a larger Greek Revival-style sanctuary was built. Dedicated in 1853,...
Bee City
Coast

Cottageville

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
There's more than bees abuzz at Bee City, just outside of Charleston. You can see a working hive behind a glass wall, but the main attraction at Bee City is the honey which is sold in containers of varying sizes. There's also a petting zoo onsite that's...