Anderson / Lake Hartwell KOA

200 Wham Road

Anderson, SC 29625

Reserve: 800-562-5804

Info: 864-287-3161

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The South Carolina State Tree

The South Carolina Palmetto Tree stands tall as the state tree of our beautiful state. The palmetto tree is in the palm family and can grow to be 80 feet tall. Its gray green foliage is fan like. The palmetto tree is also the state tree of Florida and is known as the Cabbage Palm or Cabbage Palmetto.

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Monthly Sites

We do offer monthly sites. Please call the campground (800-562-5804) to determine availability. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required upon making a reservation.

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Site Guide

If you would like to see our site guide which features our sponsors, click on the link below! We love it when you visit them for any services you need! Be sure to tell them the KOA in Anderson SC sent you!

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Wifi

The campground wifi is available throughout the park. We offer two free hours access each day. Additional time by the day, week or month may be purchased.

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How did Anderson SC get its name?

Anderson is named for General Robert Anderson, a Revolutionary War hero, who came to South Carolina to assist his good friend, Andrew Pickens, in surveying land that had been given previously to the English Colony by area Native Americans. The City was founded in December 1826 and incorporated by an Act of Legislature in 1833.
The Electric City  Why is Anderson called the "Electric City"? In the late 1800's, Anderson boasted numerous textile mills. Anderson engineer William Whitner produced a way for electricity to be conducted by wires to these mills using hydroelectric power. Anderson was the first city in the United States to have a continuous supply of electric power and the first in the world to create a cotton gin operated by electricity. Mr. Whitner has several places of distinction in Downtown Anderson, including a statue in front of the Anderson County Courthouse and a street named in his honor.

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