Best of the Lowcountry
- Grand Strand Weekend
- South Carolina for Kids
- South Carolina Bar-B-Que
- A Midlands Weekend
- Civil War Adventures
- South Carolina Waterways
- Three Days in Horse Country
- South Carolina for Seafoodies
- South Carolina Kitsch
- Gullah and African American History
- Upstate Weekend
- South Carolina’s Top Ten for Golfers
- South Carolina’s Offbeat Festivals
- Southern Comforts
- Lowcountry Romance
Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park: Walk the dog or while away the time on a porch swing at this clean and inviting gathering place on the serene Beaufort River.
St. Helena’s Episcopal Church: To walk through this Beaufort sanctuary and its walled graveyard is to walk through Lowcountry history.
Penn Center: Not only the center of modern Gullah culture and education, this is a key site in civil rights history as well.
Hunting Island State Park: This is one of the most peaceful natural getaways on the East Coast, but it’s only minutes away from the more civilized temptations of Beaufort.
ACE Basin: It can take a lifetime to learn your way around this massive, marshy estuary — or just a few hours soaking in its lush beauty.
Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge: This excellently maintained sanctuary is a major birding location and a great little getaway from nearby Hilton Head.
Old Bluffton: Gossipy and gorgeous by turns, this charming village on the May River centers on a thriving artist colony.
South Carolina Artisans Center: From folk art to classic watercolors, this happening place is the center of artistic life in Walterboro.
© Jim Morekis from Moon South Carolina, 4th Edition