If you travel I-95, you’ve seen the billboards for South of the Border. Located right at the North Carolina/South Carolina state line, South of the Border is a perfect example of the term “tourist trap”.
The complex includes gift shops, restaurants, amusements and stores all under a giant metal sombrero that can be seen miles before you get there. The complex also included “Camp Pedro”, a surprisingly comfortable RV stop that we’ve had the opportunity to stay at several times.
Camp Pedro is neat, clean and quiet… it’s really a nice campground and reasonably priced. This campsites are paved and they have great security. The folks who manage the property are friendly and helpful. The campground has large pull-thru sites with full hook-ups.
Easy on/off I-95. Plenty of things to do to keep you and the kids amused and occupied. It’s a great overnite RV stop!