The Best Day Trips For South Carolina
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Well, summer is over and the kids are back in school so the next best thing to do when it comes to exploring my state of South Carolina is to take a day trip. So my friends let’s hit the road and explore some of the most popular destinations in South Carolina as well as some hidden gems.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach is definitely one of my children’s favorite spots to go on a day trip or weekend excursion. The beaches are beautiful however over the years it has become congested with vacationers from all over the world. With that being said you and your family can still have lots of fun there and make memories to last a lifetime.
Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina is a beautiful city with loads of history attached. From the beautiful coastal areas to the Old Slave Mart Museum. There are lot’s of adventures you and your family can take part in such as the multiple horse, boat , and bus tours to the highly acclaimed ghost of Charleston tours. Lastly, let’s not leave out the overwhelming abundance of Charleston eateries with amazing cuisines. To be honest if you leave here hungry it is definitely your own fault.
Columbia, South Carolina
The capital of South Carolina is an absolutely beautiful place. The architecture, people and attractions is a melting pot of fun, people, and culture. We will talk in more depth about the top attractions a little later in the blog.
Historic Camden, South Carolina
Founded in 1732 Camden is the oldest town in South Carolina boasting more that 60 historic buildings that are listed in it’s National Historic District List. Camden SOuth Carolina is also home of the Carolina Cup.
Fortmill, South Carolina
Ok so if you want a day filled with unimaginary fun, foo, laughter, characters, shows and drinks visit you will definitely want to visit a special theme park that is so large it allows you to be in two places at once. That’s right folks Carowinds is so large that the world class amusement park is located in both of the Carolinas. My children absolutely love Carowinds. Especially the water park and rides.
Rock Hill, South Carolina
Rock Hill, South Carolina is a beautiful city filled with parks, museums, and historical sites. However Rock Hill is know best for its people and two yearly festivals that draw tourists and spectators from all over the world. The first Festival is the “Come See Me” Festival. The second is “Christmasville“. Both festivals are lovely and full of entertainment, food, and fun for all ages. I highly recommend you and your family visiting both festivals and become familiar with the souther charm of Rock Hill, South Carolina.
The Angel Oak, Charleston, South Carolina
The Angel Oak tree takes us back to Charleston, South Carolina. This historic tree is said to be between 400 – 500 years old. I must say it is an absolute beautiful site and I myself will be planning a day trip very soon.
St. Helena Island, Beaufort, South Carolina
St. Helena Island is a ghosthunters beautiful dream. If you want to have some ghostly encounters this is definitely one of the places you want to see. The Island of St. Helena itself is absolutely and rich with Gullah history and culture.
Kiawah Island, Charleston, South Carolina
Back to Charleston we to visit a golfers paradise. Kiawah Island is a beautiful Island town filled with golf, families, and history.
Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, Columbia, South Carolina
Riverbanks zoo in Columbia, South Carolina is a place to let your inner zoo keeper free. The zoo is filled with animals, and beautiful botanical gardens. In the heart of South Carolina this is an attraction that kids and parents alike love to visit year after year.
Beaufort, South Carolina
A beautiful Coastal town filled great food, people, attractions, and souther Hospitality. Beaufort, South Carolina is also filled with an insurmountable amount of history dating back to the early 1500’s. A visit here may actually make you want to officially become a South Carolinian.
Now don’t get me wrong this is merely a handful or beautiful areas to visit in the State of South Carolina. Planning a visit to the Palmetto state is seriously something everyone should have on their bucket list. The rich history embedded in all areas of South Carolina is full of experiences worthy of taking a day trip. As always, tomorrow is not promised so live every moment to the fullest. Later friends!
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