Hi Brent, welcome to overland bound. If I were you I would just pack up enough things to get by for a weekend and just get out on the back roads and drive. (There were roads before there was Interstate hwy's.) When you come to what looks like an interesting dirt road that goes somewhere, get on it and drive till it runs out. You have the Appalachians and should be able to find some interesting trails there . Head out for the small towns that you can find, stop and talk to the locals if you can get them to talk to an outsider. Go to utube and look for video's about SC trips experiences.My name is Brent, jst bought my first Tacoma. 2018 TRD OFF-ROAD DCSB. So far I love it. It will definitely be a slow process on building it up to what I want. I am new to overlanding. I am looking forward to getting started and hopefully meeting new people to enjoy experiences with. I love camping, my wife not so much so this will be something I will be doing without her. I live here in Edgefield, SC. Not many places around here to adventure. I will be doing some traveling. If anyone knows any good spots in the south east please let me know.