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Fun and affordable weekend activities with kids in and around Charleston

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 05.27.2008

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Here is a list with some of the most interesting things to do with children while visiting Charleston South Carolina. At least that’s what I found to work best with my 4 years old daughter for the past year or so.
Free activities
1. Isle of Palms – family oriented; the beach is close to Isle of [...]

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Female Runner

Isle of Palms Beach Photos: Happy Family Vacation, Peace, Fun and Romance (Charleston free things to do)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 05.03.2008

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“Serenity Now!” Leave your worries behind and come free your mind, body and spirit at peaceful Isle of Palms beach.
You can walk barefoot, walk your dog, lose yourself gazing at the blue ocean waters, swim, run, bicycle, collect shells, surf, run a kite, play volleyball, or just take a well-deserved nap…the possibilities for fun are [...]

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Fort Sumter canon

Historic Fort Sumter in Photos (what to do with kids in Charleston)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.12.2008

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Historic Fort Sumter - the start of the Civil War - is a must see family destination when you visit Charleston South Carolina. If time permits visit the Charleston Aquarium (at Liberty Square, same place as the Sumter ferry dock station) or the Yorktown Battleship (at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant, the other ferry boat [...]

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Fort Sumter entrance sign

Fort Sumter: Family Day Trip in South Carolina History

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.11.2008

Fort Sumter located in the middle of the Charleston Harbor is where “The War in Between the States” (as it is called here since was nothing “civil” about it) started on April 12, 1861, when Confederate artillery opened fire. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later. Union forces would try for nearly four years to take [...]

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Palmetto Tree at Fort Moultrie in Charleston SC

Charleston free things to do “We beat the pants off them” at Fort Moultrie

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 03.01.2008

A short drive from Charleston, Fort Moultrie is most famous for its ingenous palmetto tree wall defense against the British cannon balls, during the June 28, 1776 Revolutionary War battle.

Besides birthing the state flag symbol, another history nugget is that at Fort Moultrie the “We beat the pants off them” aphorism was also coined. Legend [...]

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