Lake Aire RV Park & Campground

4375 HWY 162

Hollywood, SC 29449

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Phone: (843) 571-1271

City: Hollywood

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Lake Aire RV Park & Campground

Located just 15 minutes from historic downtown Charleston, Lake Aire RV Park & Campground offers outstanding surroundings and amenities with the lowest rates in the area. We have FREE Wi-Fi. You will enjoy easy access to Fort Sumter, Patriot's Point (U.S.S. Yorktown), Magnolia Plantation, Middleton Place, the Charleston Aquarium, museums and area beaches. At Lake Aire, we have full service pull through RV sites and tent sites for your vacationing pleasure. You are welcome to take advantage of our on-site lake for fishing, no license required. Lake Aire features a new playground area for the kid. Enjoy a refreshing dip in our pool or just relax by the lakeside. Lake Aire offers trade discounts to AAA, Coachmen Caravan, Escapees, Family Campers & RVers, Good Sam, Happy Camper, Passport America, and Charleston County residents. Pets allowed. Full hook-ups, dump station. Playground and nature trail around the lake.

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