Discover South Carolina!
Smiling faces and beautiful places welcome you to South Carolina! You know about our outstanding golf courses; more than 100 built by the top designers, reside in the Myrtle Beach area. It is also an oceanfront camping mecca with more than 7,700 sites. History echoes through our cities and fields. Fort Sumter’s cannons birthed the first shots that began the Civil War. Nearby historic Charleston is rich with culture and art, visit Market Street and watch the basket weavers, stroll by Rainbow Row, feel the history. Tour the plantations. Watch Civil War reenactments at The Columns Plantation in Florence. Visit Thoroughbred Country in Aiken. Hilton Head Island captures the essence of the Lowcountry with its nature filled marshes, moss strung Live Oaks, and a setting for the perfect sunrise and sunset. Upstate boasts tall mountain peaks, such as Table Rock and Devils Fork and breathtaking waterfalls. When you are ready to hit the road, you’ll want tovisit the Granddaddy of Superspeedways, Darlington Raceway, the track too tough to tame. Don’t underestimate our I-95 landmark, South of the Border, you’ll know you are getting close when you see the billboard!
South Carolina Mountains
South Carolina’s Upcountry is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, featuring the Chattooga and Tugaloo Rivers, Lake Jocassee and Keowee and the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway. The Sumter National Forest is in the uppermost corner of the region, bordering North Carolina and offers visitors recreational opportunities including camping, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, birding, canoeing, nature trails and picnicking. There are 12 other state parks throughout the 85,000 acre area. Learn More
South Carolina Midlands
Located in southwest South Carolina, Thoroughbred Country consists of Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg and Barnwell counties, all offering quaint towns, museums, festivals, golfing, fishing, nature trails and shopping. Imagine setting up your campsite just down the road from a plantation home or original cotton mill. Endless recreation is just steps from your campsite, wherever you stay in Thoroughbred Country, including unique parks and sanctuaries, classy vineyards and exciting attractions such as planetariums, drive-ins and galleries.. Learn More
South Carolina Coast
South Carolina’s Coastal region offers visitors some of the most beautiful vistas and beachcombing opportunities on the East coast. Offering over 60 miles of unspoiled shoreline, the Grand Strand is one of South Carolina’s best-known areas. Myrtle Beach offers the visitor a bustling scene, with one of the most popular beaches in the country and a happening town just steps from the water offering shopping, restaurants, and lots of southern hospitality. The traveling family will find exciting attractions and unique parks while a couple can find the perfect location for a romantic getaway.Learn More