Discover South Carolina
From the beautiful beaches to the breathtaking views to the world-famous hammocks, Pawleys Island is all about relaxing and enjoying some of South Carolina’s most beautiful scenery.
Harbour Town Golf Links
Perhaps best known for its iconic lighthouse and stunning waterfront location, The Links at Harbour Town is just one of three courses you’ll find at Hilton Head Island’s Sea Pines Resort.
When Dorothy Pocher Legge painted her home pastel pink in the early 1900s, she started a trend her neighbors would follow to create what is known today as Charleston’s “Rainbow Row.”
With sweeping beaches that are among America’s most pristine, Huntington Beach State Park is a great place to camp, fish, bird-watch or just enjoy the sights and sounds of the South Carolina coast.
The Capital City
Columbia is South Carolina’s capital city, and home to a host of wonderful attractions including the renowned Riverbanks Zoo as well as terrific restaurants, shopping and nightlife.
The Poinsett Bridge
Built in 1820, Poinsett Bridge is South Carolina’s oldest intact bridge. Spanning Little Gap Creek, this graceful stone structure originally served to connect Charleston with mountain communities.
Historic James Island
Framed by creeks, harbors and rivers, James Island is well known for farming, fishing and shrimping; its ancient and graceful live oak trees and its roll in American history as the place the Civil War began.
Lake Strom Thurmond
With more than 71,000 acres of surface area and 1,200 miles of shoreline, Lake Strom Thurmond is the second largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River.
Home to two pristine lakes, an expansive campground, mountain cabins, fantastic hiking trails and some of the most gorgeous scenery this side of heaven, Table Rock State Park is among South Carolina’s most visited parks.