The next time you travel through the Carolinas, make it a comfortable drive in one of our Cruise America Greenville Spartanburg RV rentals. Our rental center is conveniently located in Greer, just 20 minutes from downtown Greenville. From this Greenville/Spartanburg motorhome rental location you are close to the local airport, should you be planning a fly-and-drive vacation.
While in Greenville, you may wish to attend a performance at the Peace Center. This is a highly admired venue for local artists and culture buffs. You will find plenty of shopping in any of the town’s one-of-a-kind shopping districts. You can breathe in the fresh air of Falls Park, which is an outdoor recreation center that follows the Reedy River as it winds through downtown Greenville.
Just 50 miles west of Greenville along the western border of South Carolina is the rafting chance of a lifetime. You can park your Cruise America rental RV in one of the many beautiful RV parks in the area and hop on a river rafting adventure along the 40-mile stretch of the Chattooga River, which crisscrosses back and forth into Georgia. You can find departure points for the river rafting in the towns of Mountain Rest and Long Creek. To get there from Greenville, look for the Clemson Hwy 76 West exit off I-85 South. Follow it to Clemson and turn left onto Hwy 76/123. Stay on 76/123 towards Seneca and then Westminster, SC. Follow directions from Westminster.
As long as you're in the adventurous mode, how about taking the family on a Gorge Zipline Canopy Tour? Just a short distance from Greenville in Saluda, North Carolina, you can zip through the trees strewn along the famous Green River Gorge. Here you will find 11 zip lines, two huge rappels and a sky bridge. From the beginning to the end, you will drop over 1,100 feet over some of the most breathtaking scenery known to mankind. Leave your valuables in the motorhome, because it can be a thrill ride! To get there from Greenville, travel north on US Hwy 25 to I-26 East (merge right). Go east on I-26 to Exit 59 (Saluda). At the bottom of the exit ramp, go left onto Holbert Cove Road. In approximately a quarter mile, turn left onto Honey Bee Drive and head to the top of the gravel road.
Chimney Rock State Park is a great destination in your Cruise America rental RV. You will be mesmerized at the breathtaking views that extend 75 miles over Lake Lure, NC, as well as the Blue Ridge Mountains. Here you will find intriguing geological formations, four established hiking trails and scenery that you only thought existed in storybooks. You can take an elevator that is literally built inside the mountain, which will lift you 26 stories up the trail to the Chimney Level. If you continue your ascension, it will have to be on foot. When you reach the easily recognized "Devil's Head" formation and the "Opera Box," it's a good opportunity to catch your breath before continuing on up to Exclamation Point, the highest point you can reach, towering 2,480 ft. in the air. This popular viewpoint was featured in the movie, Last of the Mohicans. To get to Chimney Rock take Highway 25 North (White Horse Road) into North Carolina. Follow the signs to Interstate 26 West and Asheville (do not take Highway 25 into Hendersonville). Get on Interstate 26 West. At Exit #49A (Bat Cave and Highway 64 East), turn right onto Highway 64 East. Go 18 miles and the park entrance will be on the right.
Wherever you decide to go, get there in a Greenville, South Carolina RV rental from Cruise America.
Motorhome Rentals in Greenville/Spartanburg, SC
2160 N HIGHWAY 101
Greer, South Carolina, 29651