about South Carolina's Snowbird regions.
The boot-shaped piece of land jutting out into the Atlantic on the southern tip of South Carolina’s sparkling ocean coastline is as geographically unmistakable as it is universally beloved. Read More
South Carolina’s Grand Strand, more commonly referred to as the Myrtle Beach area, has been a favorite destination of vacationers for decades. The area is essentially 60 miles of pristine, sandy beaches in a relatively tropical climate. Read More
Start a day in Charleston by helping to raise Old Glory high above Fort Sumter, the site where artillery fire sparked the start of the Civil War. The Greater Charleston region of South Carolina is home to historic sites, rolling rivers, lush landscapes and scenic ocean views. Read More