Chapters

Here's a look at our State Chapters. Feel free to contact the President and camp with/visit as many different chapters as you'd like. The "area" listed is merely to give you an idea of where most folks are from, but membership is open to all Good Sam members regardless of your location.

Note:  Click here to view the list of all Chapters on a cell phone

 

Capital City Sams

John Sexton, President

   Email   Phone

            Midlands Area

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Carolina Drifting Sams

Sarah Ringer, President

   Email   Phone

​          Midlands

We are the oldest Good Sam Chapter in South Carolina. Our members are from different areas of the state (and country), which keeps us interesting. We plan our camp outs in November for the upcoming year. We camp 10 months. Most camp outs are the fourth week of the month, but due to holidays and rallies that is not always true. We are a flexible group that enjoys fellowship, fun and games - and of course food.  We keep our camp outs family oriented and enjoy having good clean fun. 

Carolina Roadrunnin Sams

         Thomas Lovett, President

          Email   Phone

​                  Midlands Area

Chapter members live primarily in the Capital region of South Carolina. We enjoy sharing fellowship, food and wholesome fun with others who enjoy the camping experience. 

Chester Nuts Sams

   Joyce Martin, President

      Email   Phone

             ​Midlands Area

Foothills Sams

     Shawn (Marcy) Hawkins, Pres

           Email   Phone     Website 

      Midlands Area

                              The Foothills Sams Chapter members are from Spartenburg, Taylors, Anderson, Fountain Inn and various other areas near Greenville. Our group is family oriented, having fun and eating good food kinda people. We go where the fun is. If you like camping, sitting by the fire and laughing please join us.

Gamecock City Sams

Richard Stanton, Pres

   Email       

           Midlands Area

Chapter members live primarily in the midlands area of South Carolina and come from Sumter, Manning, Holly Hill, Elloree, Cross and Eutawville. We have nine rigs with a mix of travel trailers, 5th wheels and motorhomes. Our camping activities include a mixture of fellowship, car and board games, pot luck meals and dining out. The group also has fun going to flea markets and large yard sales. Some also like to fish when near water. Most of us enjoy taking long walks daily for exercise.

Grand Strand Sams

    Greg Nelson, Pres

       Email   Phone
               Coastal/North area

The Grand Strand Sams members consists of some born and bred SC folks and “transplants” from other states who have retired in Aynor, Conway, Murrells Inlet, Myrtle Beach, Pawley’s Island & Sunset Beach. We all have several things in common -

WE LOVE TO CAMP, WE LOVE TO EAT and WE LOVE TO HAVE FUN!

Our Chapter continues to grow and we welcome everyone. Our campfire stories of past and present are enjoyed by all and bring us closer together. 

Low Country Sams

    Phillip Schroyer, Pres 

      Email    Phone

             Coastal/Lowcountry

We are made up of members from Mt Pleasant, James Island and the Summerville areas.  We usually meet once a month on the last full weekend of the month.  We have 15 rigs in the club with 10 or 11 that regularly attend.  We make the camping schedule up for the whole year and one or two members pick a weekend they would like to host, meaning they decide on a campground and set up the weekend.  We do some charity work also.  The proceeds go toward sending under-privileged children to the Methodist church camp in the upstate.  We also collect tabs to donate to the Ronald McDonald House. 

Palmettto Sams

   Truitt Hardwick, Pres 

​      Email    Phone

​              Coastal/North Area

There are 21 rigs in the Chapter, with members living primarily in Horry                        

County between Conway, Longs, Little River, Myrtle Beach and Surfside, but we also have full-timers and members from Georgia & southern North Carolina. We try to get together at least once a month. We camp in the TN mountains, Plant City FL for the the Spring Strawberries and James Island County Park for our annual Christmas party and the beautiful Christmas light displays. We also camp at various other Campgrounds of interest to the members. We are involved in a variety of Community programs, support Dogs for the Deaf, Highway Cleanup Days and also founded and support Brittie's Pennies for Wigs (for Cancer patients). We hope you'll join us at a campout and consider joining our fun-loving Chapter. 

Saluda Valley Sams

       Ronnie Lollis, Pres

           Email

                   Piedmont Area

Saluda Valley Sams is a Good Sam Chapter consisting of members from the Piedmont Area

Sams of Beaufort

    Karen Dailey, Pres

      Email   Phone

              Coastal/South

Sams of Beaufort is a Good Sam Chapter consisting of members from the low country area of South Carolina.

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