About 30 minutes south of Charlotte and an hour north of Columbia (the state capital), Rock Hill anchors what is known as the “Olde English District” in South Carolina. It is the site of several Revolutionary War battles and the Catawba Nation, South Carolina’s only federally recognized tribe.
Florence, South Carolina, is more than just a rest stop en route to Myrtle Beach or a midway point between New York and Florida. This bustling city is a hub for shopping, entertainment, recreation, and the arts, perfectly blending the perks of both small town and big city living.
I have written many articles about Columbia, from where to eat and what to do, but I thought it would be fun to make a massive list of my favorite activities and adventures around Columbia.
We know that the craving for adventure and mystery is always lurking just beneath the surface, and we’ve got the perfect antidote for that itch. Say goodbye to ordinary outings and hello to heart-pounding, adrenaline-fueled fun!
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Weather you live here in the Lowcountry or are planning a trip to Charleston you probably already know that the city is steeped in a rich history of of world events, beautiful architecture and pivotal moments in the birth of our Nation.
Bluffton, South Carolina, is really one of the hidden gems of the Lowcountry. Not as well known as Hilton Head Island or Savannah, but a special place in its own way and chock full of interesting things to see and do. Come and experience the Bluffton “State Of Mind.” You will not be disappointed.
Well, if you like to read or be thoroughly researched on the topic of hiking in South Carolina, this list is for you. I own and have read every book and guide mentioned below.
At Lowcountry Style & Living we searched for the best beer gardens in South Carolina that featured draft and bottled beer, served up craft and German brews, offered burgers and brats, and, most importantly, had the greatest outdoor spaces.
We have 45 things you must do when you visit Georgetown, South Carolina.
Sunset is a glorious time of day, whether the light is reflecting off a city skyline or you’re watching the last rays shine out over the ocean. But, where is the best place to see these sunsets, read on and see the best sunsets on Hilton Head Island
I have compiled a list of thirteen foods and beverages that have the Palmetto State written all over them. These are products that define and explain the creativity of South Carolina’s crafts people. They are not necessarily the most popular or well-known, but represent a microcosm of small business in the state.
While it may sound exclusive and expensive, glamping is an affordable way for everyone to experience the outdoors. You don’t need to look far, as there are numerous locations across the U.S.
South Carolina might not seem like a state of varying terrain, but it is. You will learn this quickly if you take a road trip on the Highway 11 Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway. With this guide we will help you make this road trip an excellent weekend getaway or even a week-long vacation
A well-crafted moonshine will be as silvery and glistening as the moonlight for which it’s named. The south has a long history with moonshine, so every southern distillery has a well-crafted product. But in this article we will go though the absolute best moonshine distilleries in South Carolina and Beyond.
Everyone needs a break sometimes, a day trip can be the perfect escape from modern life. Walterboro is a great place for a day trip; with a population of just over 5,000 you will be surprised to find a bounty of arts, history, nature and other attractions.
No matter what part of the state you live in, South Carolina has a ton of perfect spots to get outside and see the fall colors. From the muted tones of the Lowcountry to the vivid palate of the upstate, get ready to see some amazing fall foliage across the whole state!