Local Area Attractions
CARTA Express Bus
Want to get to historic downtown Charleston but don't want the hassle of driving, looking for and paying for parking? Catch the CARTA Express bus right around the corner from the campground at the Wal-Mart parking lot. The bus stop is located just outside the garden center. Visit www.ridecarta.com or call 843-724-7420 for information. You can also pick up a schedule at our front desk at registration, or any time during your stay.
Don't miss this great attraction, located right next to the KOA! Blackbeard's Cove's Family Fun Park has something for everyone! Go-Karts, 2 miniature golf courses, an amazing arcade with more than 50 games, jump-land, outdoor playground, gemstone mining, and climbing wall. The Galley serves a delicious lunch and dinner menu featuring Homemade Pizza. Parents, you can relax at the outdoor Tiki Bar with a beer or a glass of wine while the kids have their run of the park.
Boone Hall Plantation
The Boone Hall Plantation is America's most photographed plantation. Stroll through the world famous avenue of oaks, planted in 1743. Explore the Gullah culture through one of a kind live presentations. Visit the Black History in America exhibit on display in 8 original slave cabins. Tour the plantation home and take a guided coach tour across the entire plantation. Enjoy the setting in which many TV shows and movies have been filmed, such as Army Wives, Gone With the Wind, The Notebook, and North & South, and many more. Boone Hall Plantation is located on Long Point Rd, approximately 5 miles from the campground. http://www.boonehallplantation.com
Beautiful Atlantic beaches!! The Isle of Palms beach is only 7 miles away, and has plenty of parking, either all day or metered parking, so you can enjoy as long as you want. The Isle of Palms also offers free public restrooms and free showers. Enjoy lunch overlooking the beach at one of the many restaurants, or cool off at one of several ice cream parlors. The Isle of Palms also has an exciting night life, with bars and restaurants right along the beach.
Middleton Place is a carefully preserved 18th-century plantation, which houses America's oldest landscaped gardens, House Museum and Plantation Stableyards. Experience African American focus tours, carriage tours, kayak tours and horseback riding. Enjoy Low Country fare for lunch and dinner in the Middleton Place Restaurant, or relax in nature and understand elegance at The Inn at Middleton Place. Located approximately 30 miles from the campground. http://www.middletonplace.org