Camping

Camping at Triple Tree

Triple Tree spreads out over 400 beautiful acres of land and lakes, and has an unlimited number of dry camping spots, so you will not have a problem finding a place to camp, no matter what size camper, motor home, or tent you have.  Please take a moment and read through our guidelines to ensure generations after us will be able to safely enjoy this aviation paradise.

 


We have some of the best fishing in South Carolina right here at Triple Tree. You are welcome to eat what you catch while on the property. We ask that you do not take uneaten fish off of the property


Triple Tree Fly-in Premium Reserved Camp Site $250 – (38 total available)

Premium sites are reserved. Site is sufficient for very large RVs, includes water hookup and 50 amp electrical service.  These are conveniently located near lower pavilion and mid field opposite side.

Previous year’s renters have first right of refusal and must reserve by July 9, 2017.  The remaining reserved sites will be available Sunday July 16, 2017 on a first come, first served basis.  Sites must be reserved online on this page on or after the date above.

Guidelines:

 We continually listen to our guest’s suggestions and we’re always trying to create a better experience for everyone.  We have some new guidelines which we think will make your experience safer, better and ultimately place less wear and tear on your Triple Tree facility.

There are plenty of camping sites on the property. We do however ask that that you do not park RV or campers in the aircraft parking or aircraft camping areas.

Triple Tree likes dogs and we have always welcomed them. Unfortunately, we have had several recent incidents of dogs biting people or other dogs. For all future events, we will continue to welcome our furry friends but we must require that they be on a leash.

For the thousands of campers at Triple Tree we have an unlimited number of dry camping sights.  Generators are a popular choice for making your stay comfortable.  To maintain this comfort we are going to ask that all generators that are louder than 60db@50ft be shut off at 10:00pm. If you have any question about the loudness of your generator come to the welcome center before 6:00pm and we will have an instrument you can use to determine if it qualifies.  We have looked at many camp ground generator policies and feel that this is more lenient than any we have seen.  If you have a medical condition that requires you have power thru the night please carefully consider your generator.

At Triple Tree, we really don’t like to make a bunch of rules. We hope that you agree that the majority of these guidelines are being put into place to make your stay safer and more enjoyable. We truly look forward to seeing you again soon!