Local Area Attractions
Visit historic Charleston and enjoy horse drawn tours, shopping and sightseeing.
Fine dining options available whether you want to dine with the family or enjoy a romantic dinner for two.
Experience yesterday today with a visit to Drayton Hall plantation house. The main house of the National Historic Landmark remains in nearly original condition. After your tour take a walk or enjoy a picnic along the banks of the Ashley River.
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
Magnolia Plantation is the oldest plantation on the Ashley River and a centerpiece of Charleston history. Enjoy the beauty of the plantation house, take a tour on the Nature Train or the Nature Boat or explore the nearly 500 acres of gardens and grounds. For more information visit Magnolia Plantation and Gardens online.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum
Patriots Point includes the Medal of Honor Museum, and the aircraft carrier Yorktown along with several other Naval vessels and displays. Visitors can also take a ride in the Navy Flight Simulator. Additional information can be found at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum online.
Boone Hall Plantation
Boone Hall Plantation is probably best known for the world famous Avenue of Oaks; a half mile of massive Spanish moss-draped live oaks. Visit the plantation for a glimpse into the past, and see the south as it used to be. For additional information visit Boone Hall Plantation online.
South Carolina Aquarium
You'll love this aquarium with its 10,000 creatures and 60 exhibits extending out over historic Charleston Harbor.
Francis Beidler Forest
Located just 24 miles just northwest is the world's largest virgin cypress tupelo swamp forest. (Guided Tours)
Charles Towne Landing
Visit the first permanent English settlement in the Carolinas on these grounds.
Experience the sparkling sand, radiant sun and warm water of the beaches of the Atlantic.
Many local year round golf packages available.
The Ice Palace includes two official NHL size ice rinks. Fun for kids of all ages
Saltwater and Freshwater opportunities abound, as the low country is surrounded by water and its bounty. You can charter a craft or fish from the shore. The fish are jumpin'!