Palmetto Shores RV Resort

5215 Dingle Pond RD

Summerton, SC 29148

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Phone: (803) 478-6336

City: Summerton

Region: Midlands

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Palmetto Shores RV Resort

Rent Campsites by the night, week , or month. All sites are 30 & 50 Amp. Water, Sewer and Electric (Full Hookups) Pull Through. Cabins available for rent.

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