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LOCATION The Lowcountry

Located just on the edge of the pristine Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge in between Charleston and Georgetown, McClellanville has the unique combination of being a historic fishing village with laid-back vibes while also being surrounded by outdoor adventures of all kinds.

Read More TAGS CampingHikingKayakingSeafoodThe CoastWalkable DowntownsWildlife Sightseeing
LOCATION The Midlands

Greenwood is the best of both worlds; a vibrant Uptown district surrounded by amazing recreation opportunities like golf, fishing, and lakeside fun. A little bit small town Americana with a splash of prime time outdoor family fun...what we found in Greenwood is truly special.

Read More TAGS Wildlife SightseeingWalkable DowntownsState/National ParksRiversLakesCamping

Georgetown County alone has FIVE rivers in addition to stellar coastline on the Atlantic, which is the perfect formula for some major outdoor adventures on and off the water. It’s a laidback southern coastal town on South Carolina's Hammock Coast, which has some deep roots in history, giving outdoor experiences here an even more interesting underlying layer.

Read More TAGS Walkable DowntownsRivers
Lake City
LOCATION Florence County

Lake City is historically an agricultural town, and was once a leading producer of strawberries, beans, and tobacco. This is still evident in Lake City's charming landscape and unique downtown.

Read More TAGS BikingWalkable Downtowns
LOCATION The Mountains

Walhalla is the Main Street to the Mountains. Founded by German immigrants who left from Hamburg, they found this place to be a little piece of heaven and a "garden of the gods," which is the loose translation for Walhalla. Located at in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this area is spattered with breathtaking views, white water rapids, rivers, trails, and lakes.

Read More TAGS Walkable DowntownsState/National ParksScenic DrivesRiversRapidsHikingExtremeBiking
LOCATION Cherokee County

Gaffney began as a tavern and lodging house at the major intersection of two major roads; one led to Charleston from the North Carolina mountains and the other led to Georgia from Charlotte. This strategic location led to Gaffney and the surrounding areas being a hotbed of Revolutionary War history that is still evident today.

Read More TAGS Walkable DowntownsState/National ParksScenic Drives