Fripp Island Resort Announces Horse-Friendly Campsites

Camp with your Horse at Camelot Farms, Facility Announces New Horse-Friendly Campsite Offerings

Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort guest access included in all campsite bookings

 FRIPP ISLAND, S.C. Camelot Farms Equestrian Center, a full-service horse farm and equestrian facility owned and managed by The Fripp Island Resort, today announced the addition of a campground to the property, boasting six campsites, each equipped with RV hookups and safe paddocks for up to two horses.

The campground facility sits in a shaded area of the 62-acre property under centuries-old Live Oak trees. Each of the six sites comes complete with water and electric (30 amp) hookups, along with a 20’ x 60’ paddock at the back of the lot, designed to accommodate a maximum of two horses. A bathhouse with showers and restrooms is also located onsite for convenience.Camp with your Horse at Camelot Farms, Facility Announces New Horse-Friendly Campsite Offerings

“We are thrilled to add this unique facility to our stable of offerings at Camelot Farms,” said Tom Frost, Fripp Island Resort General Manager. “Fripp Island Resort is focused on creating fun memories with the entire family – from pet-friendly beaches and vacation rentals and now, horse-friendly campsites. This investment provides an enhanced experience for Resort guests and members and ensures that Camelot Farms remains a premier equestrian facility and event space.”

Each campsite booking includes exclusive access to Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort amenities. The resort is located on Fripp Island, a ten-minute drive from Camelot Farms. Resort amenities include 36 holes of golf, tennis, and pickleball courts, ocean cruises aboard the ‘Fripper II,’ restaurants, five pool complexes, and 3 miles of uninterrupted beach. Campground rates are $100/night per site and include space for one horse. Additional horses are $25/night per horse. Stall boarding can be accommodated based on availability for $50/night per horse.

The equestrian center features a wide variety of family and kid-friendly programming and currently offers stall and pasture boarding, rider training, and trail rides – either on the Lowcountry trail or down the beautiful coastline along the Saint Helena Sound. The coastline excursion is the only beach ride offered year-round in the greater Beaufort, S.C. area. All trail rides provide a unique recreation opportunity for horse lovers, history buffs, and nature lovers alike. A covered arena and outdoor riding arena can also be found on-property and are available for use upon proof of negative Coggins and vaccinations. Additional trail access is granted at Hunting Island State Park, a short five-minute drive from the Camelot Farms facility, open to equestrian use from December 1st to February 28th annually.Camp with your Horse at Camelot Farms, Facility Announces New Horse-Friendly Campsite Offerings

Camelot Farms is a full-service 62-acre farm on Saint Helena Island, conveniently situated between Dataw and Fripp Islands and only five miles from Hunting Island State Park. The picturesque facility borders the Lowcountry marshes along the Atlantic Ocean and is home to 54 horses.

Visit to learn more and to book your next equestrian camping experience or private event.

About Camelot Farms Equestrian Center

An owned property and amenity offering of Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort, Camelot Farms Equestrian Center sits on Saint Helena Island in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Saint Helena is an island full of history and beauty and is home to a culture that has existed for hundreds of years. Camelot Farms wishes to promote and preserve the agricultural way of life on the 62-acre farm.

About Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort

Located on a private barrier island just outside historic Beaufort, S.C., the Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort is not your typical island destination. Adventurous by nature, the Resort boasts amenities and programming for everyone – making it the ultimate island getaway. The Resort features more than three miles of uninterrupted pristine coastline, numerous beach walkways for convenient access, a golf-cart and pet-friendly culture with world-class amenities including two 18-hole golf courses, six pickleball and eight clay tennis courts, and a 62-slip marina. Explore the island by bike, golf cart, or on horseback, and observe more than 180 species of birds that earned the Island a designation as an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. Connect with the Resort on Facebook and Instagram or visit to book your next island adventure.