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Spring family fun at Folly Beach near Charleston

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.17.2010

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Folly Beach, the last barrier island before the Atlantic, rewards visitors with beautiful ocean vistas, soft white sand, top-notch fishing and surfing, the historic Morris Island lighthouse and few mystery tales. The beach is a short drive from downtown Charleston on scenic Hwy 171.

Tips to know before you go
• The beach is quite narrow at high [...]

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Most revered sea landmarks Charleston Harbor

Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston Harbor most romantic guardian

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.08.2010

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The Morris Island Lighthouse has been the Charleston Harbor most loyal sentinel for almost two centuries. If you’re a lucky Charleston vacationer do yourself a favor and go to Folly Beach to see this romantic lighthouse, a truly South Carolina legacy!
Things to know before you go
The lighthouse rests in the water about 300 feet offshore. [...]

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Where is the food?

Mad crow disease at Edisto Island Serpentarium!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 06.05.2009

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We’ve just visited the modern Edisto Island Serpentarium, the only place in South Carolina to admire gigantic alligators, exotic turtles and tortoises, magnificent snakes and stunning lizards, in like-natural habitat exhibits.
The highlight of the day were the live presentation of venomous snakes in SC (daily at 11, 1, 3 and 5PM) and the outdoor alligators [...]

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Bronze cannon from American Revolution

Charleston Museum most interesting things to see, incredible artifacts and fun for kids

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.05.2009

Immerse into South Carolina’s tumultuous past at the Charleston Museum downtown. The country’s first museum, founded in 1773, offers one of the most extensive collections of Civil and Revolutionary War artifacts and of Lowcountry lifestyle memorabilia.
From the ingenious defense of Fort Moultrie to our nation most devastating earthquake, from the start of the Civil [...]

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Seagull and Girl at IOP beach

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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