Section 1. Linked Charter Services
Section 2. Non Linked Charter Services
Section 3. State Police / DOT Scales
Section 4. Travel Plaza / Truck Stops
Section 5. Vacation Locations
Section 6. Travel and Vacation Help
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Excellence Charters Services: We operate in South Carolina starting groups out of South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. For other locations please check with our schedule. Ph: 843-871-2723
Coach - Greenville
Creative Charters - Laurens
Jean's Bus Service - Greenville
Rochester Tours - Pacolet
Green's Travel Coach - Moncks Corner
BOLES BUS LINES, INC.
826 E. Cambridge Ave.
Greenwood, SC 29646
CAROLINA ADVENTURES INC.
P.O. Box 653
Chester, SC 29706
CROSS COUNTRY TOURS, INC.
P.O. Box 5145
Spartanburg, SC 29304
EASTSIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
2307 Airport Road
Greer, SC 29651
GRAY LINE OF SAVANNAH
1115 Louisville Road
Savannah, GA 31415
GREAT AMERICAN BUS OF CHARLESTON
7615 Southrail Road
N. Charleston, SC 29420-9001
Green's Travel Coach, LLC
Ph: (843) 367-3248 or (843) 753-7325
Transportation solutions for all your business needs.
HENDERSON CHARTERS, INC << NEW LISTING>>
205 S. Harper St. Ext
Laurens, SC 29360
Ph: 864 - 984 - 0709
Fax: 864 - 984 - 3319
Toll Free: 800-390 - 0089
We have 3 2000 model Van Hool. Very clean with T.V.'s VCR, and one bus with DVD.
We are able to travel anywhere in the US and also Canada. We also have a highly trained person to
put together packages for anybody and any place.
IONOSPHERE TOURS, INC.
307 N. Main Street
Anderson, SC 29621
864-225-7783 OR 800-972-1741
JEANíS BUS SERVICE, INC
207 Furman Hall Road
Greenville, SC 29609
LANCASTER TOURS, INC.
P.O. Box 521
Lancaster, SC 29721
SUNWAY CHARTERS & TOURS
6001 S. Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
843 Riverside Drive
Asheville, NC 28804
Section 2. All Charter Services
5 STAR TRANSPORTATION, LLC P.O. Box 1355 Moncks Corner, SC 29461 843-565-4998 FAX 843-565-4710 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.carotours.com Charlie Hill, Partner Ingrid Long, Partner 803-356-3000 Sam Pipkin, Maintenance Manager 843-825-2328 4 Coaches Operated
Adventure Sightseeing Tours 1090 Fort Sumter Dr Charleston, SC 29412 Ph:843/762-0088
ATCHISON TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, INC. P.O. Box 1728 Spartanburg, SC 29304 864-595-1234 or 800-346-7129 FAX 864-587-8072 Email: email@example.com Web: www.atchisontransportationservices.com Charles Atchison, President/Owner Pinckney Spencer 14 Coaches Operated BOLES BUS LINES, INC. 826 E. Cambridge Ave. Greenwood, SC 29646 864-223-4426 FAX 864-223-5211 Email: Bolesbusline@Earthlink.net Web: www.Bolesbuslines.com Glynn & Betty Boles, Owners/Operators 6 Coaches Operated
BROOKS/ CAVALIER CHARTERS 2629 Flamingo Drive Columbia, SC 29209 888-322-5488 803-776-7079 FAX 803-776-6521 BRYANT TOURS, LLC 8156 N. Ridgebrook Drive N. Charleston, SC 29420 843-270-3850 FAX 843-207-0624 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.bryanttours.com Walter Bryant, Jr., Owner Kim M. Bryant, Co-Owner 2 Coach Operated
Busy Bee Bus Tours Columbia, SC 29201 Ph; 800/476-9719
CAPITOL BUS LINES, INC. 2926 Leaphart Road West Columbia, SC 29169 803-794-9661 FAX 803-739-1450 Email: email@example.com Charles T. "Buddy" Young, President Jean Sanders, Charter Sales 14 Coaches Operated SEA ISLAND STAGES North Charleston, SC 843-767-4310 FAX 843-767-4325 CAROLINA ADVENTURES INC. P.O. Box 653 Chester, SC 29706 803-581-0044 FAX 803-377-3392 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.caroadven.homestead.com Jesse Davis, President Glenda Davis, Secretary 1 Coach Operated CAROLINA TRANSIT OF THE LOW COUNTRY, LLC P.O. Box 21423 Hilton Head, SC 29925 843-681-3970 FAX 843-681-3781 Email: email@example.com Web: www.carolinatransit.com Bennie Elliot 4 Coaches Operated CJ TOURS LLC 5029 Willow Drive Boiling Springs, SC 29316 864-680-6629 864-599-1299 FAX 864-599-1418 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cynthia Jackson, Owner/ Administrator Giles Stripling, Transportation Manager 1 Coach Operated CROSS COUNTRY TRAILWAYS, INC. P.O. Box 5145 Spartanburg, SC 29304 864-253-9000 FAX 864-253-9001 Email: rjcrosscountry@Charter.net Email: email@example.com Web: www.crosscountrycharter.com Elaine Johnson, Owner/ Operator Robert Johnson, President & Co-Owner 18 Coaches Operated DAVIS AND SONS CHARTERS, LLC 1110 Lodge Hall Street Vance, SC 29163 803-496-3610 803-516-1049 FAX 803-496-9215 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Chapel M. Davis, Jr., Owner 1 Coach Operated D & J TOUR SERVICE, LLC 1241 Holland Road Rock Hill, SC 29732 803-329-1460 803-487-8946 FAX 803-329-1460 Email: email@example.com Ada Perry, Office Manager James Perry, CEO Michelle Perry, Asst. Office Manager 1 Coach Operated EASTSIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE 2307 Airport Road Greer, SC 29651 864-609-5466 FAX 864-801-3636 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.eastsidelimo.com Mailing Address: P.O. Box 12245 Greenville, SC 29612-2245 Louie Chemell, President 7 Coaches Operated E & S Charter Incorporated 1218 Brody Ave Charleston, SC 29407 Ph: 843/ 573-9009 FIDELIS COACH, LLC 3009 Magnolia Street Beaufort, SC 29906 843-986-0633 FAX 843-986-0593 James A. Pollock, Owner 2 Coaches Operated G & B TRANSPORTATION INC. P.O. Box 2205 602 Edgefield Street Greenwood, SC 29646 864-942-2562 864-229-0040 864-992-2309 FAX 864-223-0723 Email: email@example.com George E. Jones, President Home Telephone: 864-223-0723 Brawley Watts, Jr., Vice President/ Secretary Home Telephone: 864-229-6297 2 Coaches Operated
Getaway Travels GRAY LINE OF MYRTLE BEACH 708 Main Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 843-448-9483 843-267-8584 FAX 843-626-1513 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.leisuretimeunlimited.com Pamela York, Tour & Travel Director 3 Coaches Operated GRAY LINE OF SAVANNAH 1115 Louisville Road Savannah, GA 31415 912-239-9319 x101 FAX 912-239-9747 Email: email@example.com Web: www.graylineofsavannah.com Charlie Brown, Director of Operations 6 Coaches, 9 Minis, 9 Trolleys, 2 Sedans GREAT AMERICAN BUS OF CHARLESTON DBA GREAT AMERICAN TOURS AND CHARTERS, INC. 7615 Southrail Road N. Charleston, SC 29420-9001 843-824-2727 FAX 843-572-8841 Email: Gabcharleston@bellsouth.net Web: www.greatamericantoursandcharters.com Lyn Ryan, Vice President/ Sales Faye S. Turner, Operation Director/ Sales 10 Coaches Operated GREEN'S TRAVEL COACH, LLC 324 Manns Way Cross, SC 29436 843-367-3248 FAX 843-753-3523 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.greentravelcoach.com Antonio Green, President 3 Coaches Operated HENDERSON CHARTERS, INC. P.O. Box 1497 205 S Harper Street Ext. Laurens, SC 29360 864-984-0709 800-390-0089 FAX 864-984-3319 Email: email@example.com Web: www.hendersoncharters.com Willie Henderson, Jr., Owner 3 Coaches Operated HOLLYWOOD TRAVEL AGENCY, INC. P.O. Box 457 Hollywood, SC 29449 843-889-6533 FAX 843-889-2174 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Willie Robertson 1 Coaches Operated IONOSPHERE TOURS, INC. 307 N. Main Street Anderson, SC 29621 864-225-7783 800-972-1741 FAX 864-261-3513 Email: email@example.com Web: www.ionospheretravel.com Richard Cannon, President David Parham, Vice President Lori Getzelman, Operations Manager 3 Coaches Operated JEANíS BUS SERVICE, INC 207 Furman Hall Road Greenville, SC 29609 864-242-1673 864-233-4457 864-303-2585 864-444-7069 FAX 864-242-2157 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.jeansbussvc.com Jean K. Cauley, President John W. Cauley, Jr. John W. Cauley, Sr., Owner/Secretary 14 Coaches Operated LAKIM BUS SERVICE INC. 15 Chelsea Ct. Goose Creek, SC 29445 843-906-2569 FAX 843-572-4504 Email: JENICK@worldnet.att.net Martha Murray, President Baldwin Nicholson, Vice President 1 Coach Operated LANCASTER TRAILWAYS OF THE CAROLINAS, INC. P.O. Box 521 Lancaster, SC 29721 803-285-2027 FAX 803-285-5185 Email: email@example.com Web: www.lancaster-tours.com Bob Clemmer 11 Coaches Operated 1 Mini Bus LANCASTER TRAILWAYS OF THE CAROLINAS, INC. P.O. Box 61750 N. Charleston, SC 29419 843-863-9773 FAX 843-553-5738 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.lancastertours.com Lynn Smith 6 Coaches Operated 9 Mini Bus LEWIS BUS LINES P.O. Box 5627 Augusta, GA 30916-5627 706-792-1800 FAX 706-792-0204 Email: email@example.com Talmadge Lewis 21 Coaches Operated MAJESTIC TOURS 1101 Saluda Street Rock Hill, SC 29730 803-328-9240 FAX 803-366-2361 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org William R. McCrorey Linda Hardy, Office Manager 8 Coaches Operated PALMER BUS COMPANY, LLC 2016 Camden Road Holly Hill, SC 29059 803-496-5316 FAX 803-496-9316 Charles Palmer, Owner 1 Coach Operated SEE AND SEE FRIENDLY TOURS 8745 Old State Road Holly Hill, SC 29059 803-496-9394 803-682-5025 FAX 803-496-9046 Email: email@example.com Ruth Coleman Charles Coleman, Owner 1 Coach Operated SOUTHERN CONNECTIONS TOURS 310 Cedarcrest Drive Lexington, SC 29072 803-356-8653 800-640-3576 FAX 803-808-5670 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.souconntours.com George Gainey, President Jean Gainey, General Manager Michelle L. Coates, Tour Coordinator S & S CHARTER SERVICES LLC P.O. Box 755 Moncks Corner, SC 29461 843-899-2682 FAX 843-899-4022 Web: www.sandscharters.com Franklin Simmons, Operations Manager Email: email@example.com Sadie Simmons, Co-Owner Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Deborah Fashion, Group Planner 8 Coaches Operated
SEA ISLAND STAGES
7235 Cross County Road
North Charleston, SC 29418
SUNSHINE TRAVEL & EXPRESS P.O. Box 1164 Lancaster, SC 29721-1164 803-283-4407 FAX 803-283-4409 Email: email@example.com Shirley Garrett, President/Owner Bob Garrett, Vice President 6 Coaches Operated SUNWAY CHARTERS & TOURS 6001 S. Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29575 843-293-1773 FAX 843-293-0454 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.sunwaychartersandtours.com Larry Thompson, General Manager 15 Coaches Operated TLC TOURS, LLC 978 Mitchellville Road Ridgeland, SC 29936 843-368-6759 912-596-2010 FAX 912-964-9568 Email: email@example.com William "Butch" Clark, Owner Kelvin Mason, Owner 1 Coach Operated TOP OF THE LINE TOURS, INC. 1908-G Savannah Plaza Charleston, SC 29407 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 31941 Charleston, SC 29417 843-766-0747 FAX 843-769-7799 James W. "Jim" Allen, President Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Debbie Cole, Office Manager 1 Coach Operated WESTON BUS SERVICE 1851 Richmond Street Charleston, SC 29407 843-571-4621 FAX 843-769-4977 Email: email@example.com Albert J. Weston, Owner 2 Coaches Operated
Williams Tour & Charter Service 2853 Meeting Street Rd Charleston, SC 29405 843/ 744-2294 YOUNG TRANSPORTATION 843 Riverside Drive Asheville, NC 28804 828-258-0084 FAX 828-252-3342 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.youngtransportation.com Ralph Young, Chairman 30 Coaches Operated
Section 3. State Police / DOT Scales
Section 4. Travel Plaza
Johnnie's Truck Stop 692 S. Main St Society Hill (843) 378-4821 HWY 16
Angler's Mini Mart Jacksonboro (843) 893-2571 HWY 17 & SC 64
Hot Spot 3228 HWY 25 Greenwood (864) 227-1234 HWY 25/178
Mini Mart HWY 41/51 Johnsonville (843) 386-2997 HWY 41/51
Hodge Auto Trk 491 E. Liberty Sumter (803) 773-9309 HWY 76
EZ Shop Hwy 301 Cope (803) 534-7794 HWY 301
Circle K 115 Laurel Lake Dr Belvedere (803) 278-4832 I-20, Exit 5
S&S Truck Stop 1175 Edgevill Rd Belvedere (803) 279-8116 1-20, Exit 5
Circle K I-20, Exit 22 Aiken (803) 642-4901 I-20, Exit 22
Kent's Korner 1694 Old Indian Trail Batesburg (803) 657-6670 I-20, Exit 39
Hillview Truckstop I-20. Exit 39 Leesville (803)657-6383 I-20, Exit 39
44 TruckStop 2120 Pond Branch Rd Gilbert (803) 657-5542 I-20, Exit 44
Pitt Stop 222 Longs Pond Rd Lexington (803)808-6424 I-20, Exit 51
Pitt Stop I-20, Exit 58 Lexington (803) 356-1019 I-20, Exit 58
Flying J Travel Plaza 5901 Fairfield Rd Columbia (803) 735-9006 I-20, Exit 70
Columbia 20 Travel Center I-20, Exit 71 Columbia (803) 786-7680 I-20, Exit 71
Section 5. Vacation Locations
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Charleston, Elegant and refined, Charleston mixes European charm with new world energy and excitement. Featuring beautiful buildings, winding streets and a touch of old world
luxury. The city was founded in 1670 and boomed as a center for rice and indigo trading. Since then, Charleston has occupied a notable place in American history and its beauty remains famous throughout the world.
The streets of Charleston feature historic houses and narrow apartment buildings with stucco walls and wrought iron balconies.. There is something of a Caribbean touch to Charleston, with its palm trees and welcoming feel. After strolling through the historic district, most visitors head over to Waterfront Park, which features a landscaped square and boardwalks projecting into the river. White Point Gardens features lovely gardens, a good view of the water, and lots of gentle breezes to cool a visiting family. The Charleston Museum is the oldest in the nation, dating from 1773. The market area features old-fashioned open stalls where vendors sell all sorts of goods and services. Charleston is located on the end of a small peninsula that points into the famous Charleston Harbor, where traders and immigrants have disembarked for centuries. In the middle of the harbor sits Fort Sumter, the site of the first battle of the War Between the States. A wonderful museum within the Fort tells the full story. The city was home to many dissenting Protestant denominations and is filled with old churches, many of them the first of their kind in America. Indeed, Charleston Harbor has brought many cultures to mingle in this gentle city, and the influence of black, Protestant, Huguenot, and Jewish colonists is still felt.
There are numerous points of interest just outside the city. Charleston's famous beaches draw visitors from far away for sun bathing and relaxation. Just beyond Charleston is Magnolia Plantation & Audubon Swamp Garden, modeled after plantation's over seas. The ornamental gardens are stunning in the summer with the flowers in bloom. Visitors can enjoy the wild flowers and alligators of the swamps from the safety of a scenic tram ride.
Charleston has earned raves for its beauty and its easygoing culture, as well as its value to families and travelers.
Looking to experience old world charm and elegance in a friendly enjoyable atmosphere?? From the Harbor to the plantation, Charleston has lots to offer adults and families looking for a unique destination.
Sunbathing and other beach activities at Folley Beach which is heavily used on weekends.
Old Charleston Market
North and South Market Streets between Meeting and East Bay streets
A narrow line of low-roofed nineteenth-century sheds, packed with 'basket ladies' and merchants selling crafts, jewelry, spices, T-shirts and trinkets.
360 Meeting St * 843-722-2996
A vast collection of city memorabilia conveniently located across from the town visitor center.
City Marina, off Lockwood Blvd
Fort Sumter is the site of the first battle of the War Between the States. A pleasant boat trip docks at this island which features a good War museum inside the fort.
Magnolia Plantation & Audubon Swamp Garden
Hwy-61 (River Road), twelve miles west of Charleston
Stunning ornamental gardens (best in spring and early summer) with tram rides through the swamp.
James Island County Park * 871 Riverland Drive * 843-795-7275
Non-resident Adults $9.95; Children under 42" tall $6.95; Children under 2 free When the temperatures start rising, visitors of all ages will enjoy this favorite summer playground located within the James Island County Park. The park features two 200-foot tube slides, a Caribbean play structure with slides, a 500-foot lazy river, and a recreational pool.
Nathaniel Russel House
51 Meeting Street * 843-723-1623
This national historic landmark is one of the most important neoclassical homes in America. Features include art and furnishings from the late 18th century and early 19th century.
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
122 East Bay Street * 843-727-2165
Often called the "Independence Hall of South Carolina," the Old Exchange was built in the late 1700's. Today, this impressive building is filled with historical items of the state and region.
Gibbes Museum of Art
135 Meeting Street * 843-722-2706
This museum features an outstanding collection of more than 7,000 American paintings, prints and drawings from the 18th century to the present.
48 Elizabeth St.* 843-723-1159. * Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 2-5. * Admission: $7
Dating from 1819, this mansion was once the headquarters of Confederate General Beauregard. Of special note are the original wallpaper, paint colors and some of its furnishings. The house, kitchen, slave quarters and work yard are maintained much as they were when the original occupants lived here.
American Military Museum
40 Pinckney St.* 843-723-9620 * Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 1-6. * Admission: $5.
The museum has on display hundreds of uniforms and artifacts from all branches of service, dating from the Revolutionary War to the present. Collections include antique toy soldiers, war toys, miniatures and weaponry.
16 Meeting St.* 843-722-8205 * Hours: Feb.-Dec., Wed.-Sun. 10-4 * Admission: $10
This lavish mansion is an interesting example of Victorian architecture. Built in 1876, it's notable for ornate plasterwork, fine wood moldings and a 75-foot domed ceiling.
130 Market St.* 843-722-4900
The city's only world-class hotel, this Orient Express property is flanked by a four-story complex of upscale boutiques and specialty shops. The hotel is so beautiful that visitors find it's worth visiting as an attraction, even if they're not staying there.
Circular Congregational Church
150 Meeting St.* 843-577-6400 * Hours: Call for tour schedule
Simple yet attractive, this church has a beamed, vaulted ceiling and is an splendid example of Romanesque architecture.
80 Broad St.* 843-577-6970 * Hours: Weekdays 10-5 * Admission: Free
The intersection of Meeting and Broad streets is known as the "Four Corners of Law", representing the laws of nation, state, city, and church. On the northeast corner is graceful City Hall, dating from 1801. The second-floor Council Chamber has numerous interesting historical displays and portraits.
Dock Street Theatre
135 Church St.* 843-720-3968 * Hours: Weekdays 10-4
Admission: Free tours; call ahead for ticket prices and performance times.
Built on the site of one of the nation's first playhouses, the building combines the reconstructed early Georgian playhouse and the preserved Old Planter's Hotel (circa 1809). The theater, which offers fascinating backstage views, welcomes tours.
21 E. Battery * 843-722-7171 * Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-4:30, Sun.-Mon. 1:30-4:30 * Admission: $7
Featuring spectacular views of Charleston Harbor, this imposing home was built in 1825 in late-Federal style and was transformed into a Greek Revival structure during the 1840s. It is tastefully furnished with antiques, portraits, prints, silver and fine china.
French Protestant (Huguenot) Church
110 Church St. * 843-722-4385 * Hours: Weekdays 10-12:30 and 2-4 * Admission: Donations welcome
This Church is the only one in the country still using the original French Huguenot liturgy.
87 Church St. * 843-722-0354 * Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 * Admission: $7
Built in 1772, this home was the backdrop for DuBose Heyward's book Porgy, which was the basis for the beloved folk opera "Porgy and Bess". The neighborhood, known as Cabbage Row, is central to Charleston's African-American history. President George Washington stayed in the house during his 1791 visit. It is filled with fine period furnishings and its restored 18th-century kitchen is the only one in Charleston open to visitors.
Joseph Manigault Mansion
350 Meeting St. * 843-723-2926 * Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 * Admission: $7
A National Historic Landmark and an outstanding example of neoclassical architecture, this home was designed in 1803 and is noted for its carved-wood mantels and elaborate plaster work. Some furnishings are British and French but most are Charleston antiques.
88 Meeting St. * 843-723-1541 * Saturday noon-4, Sunday 1-4 * Admission: $2
Built in 1841 and modeled after the Temple of Nike in Athens, this imposing landmark building includes the Confederate Museum, where the Daughters of the Confederacy preserve and display flags, uniforms, swords and other memorabilia of the War Between the States.
Old Powder Magazine
79 Cumberland St. * 843-805-6730 * Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 2-5 * Admission: $2
This structure was built in 1713 and used during the Revolutionary War. It is now a museum with costumes, armor, and other artifacts from 18th-century Charleston, all described during an interesting audiovisual tour.
Boone Hall Plantation
1235 Long Point Rd., off U.S. 17N * 843-884-4371
Hours: Apr.-Labor Day, Mon.-Sat. 8:30-6:30, Sun. 1-5; Labor Day-Mar., Mon.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. 1-4 Admission: $12.50 This plantation is found at the end of one of the South's most majestic avenues of oaks, and was the model for the grounds of Tara in "Gone With the Wind." You can tour the first floor of the classic columned mansion, which was built in 1935 incorporating woodwork and flooring from the original house; however, the primary attraction is the grounds featuring formal azalea and camellia gardens.
W. Middle St., Sullivan's Island * 843-883-3123 * Hours: Daily 9-5 * Admission: Free
At this site Colonel William Moultrie's South Carolinians repelled a British assault in one of the first Patriot victories of the Revolutionary War. A 20-minute film tells the history of the fort.
Museum on the Common
217 Lucas St. * 843-849-9000 * Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11-4 * Admission: Free
This small museum has an outdoor maritime museum and a Hurricane Hugo exhibit that documents the 1989 storm damage through video and photos.
Foot of Cooper River Bridges * 843-884-2727 * Hours: Labor Day-Mar., daily 9-6:30; Apr.-Labor Day, daily 9-7:30 * Admission: $9
Tours are offered on all of the vessels located here at the world's largest naval and maritime museum. Visitors may tour the aircraft carrier Yorktown, the World War II submarine Clamagore, the destroyer Laffey, the nuclear merchant ship Savannah, and the cutter Ingham.
Palmetto Islands County Park
U.S. 17N, 1/2 mile past Snee Farm, turn left onto Long Point Rd. * 843-884-0832 *
Hours: Apr. and Sept.-Oct., daily 9-6; May-Aug., daily 9-7; Nov.-Feb., daily 10-5; Mar., daily 10-6 Admission: $1 Located across from Boone Hall Plantation, the park features a Big Toy playground, 2-acre pond, paved trails, an observation tower, marsh boardwalks and a "water island."
Beachwater Park, Kiawah Island
843-762-2172 * $4 per car (up to 8 passengers)
June-Aug., daily 10-7; May and Sept., daily 10-6; April and Oct., weekends 10-6.
This beach features 300 ft of beach frontage, seasonal lifeguard service, rest rooms, outdoor showers, a picnic area, snack bar and a 150-car parking lot.
Folly Beach County Park
Folly Island * 843-588-2426 * $4 per car (up to 8 passengers) * May-Aug., daily 9-7; Apr., Sept., Oct., 10-6; Nov.-Mar., daily 10-5
This large beach has 4,000 ft of ocean frontage and 2,000 ft of river frontage. The beach facilities include dressing areas, outdoor showers, rest rooms, and picnicking areas; beach chairs, raft, and umbrella rentals; and a 400-vehicle parking lot. Pelican Watch shelter is available year-round for group picnics and day or night oyster roasts.
Carolina Memories -
P. O. Box 70051 -
Summerville, South Carolina 29483 -
"Your Team" at Carolina Memories has over 25 years of combined experience in all phases of the tourism industry in the Charleston area. Throughout our years of experience, tours and excursions have proven very popular with groups of all ages and budgets. From Private Tours to School Groups, Military to Family Reunions, Senior Citizens to Corporate Groups of all sizes, we would like to share our city with you.
Services we can provide:
* Accommodations (Luxury, Moderate, budget to Bed and Breakfasts)
* All forms of Transportation (Private tours to Motor coaches / dinner or golf shuttles)
* Professional Step-on Guides:
Historic City Tours (riding or walking) Plantation Tours
Ghost Tours Beach Ecology Programs
Full Spousal Programs (Antique Silver and Jewelry Programs)
Specialty Tours (Museum or private homes, Church Tours, Military tours with
lunch at the CPO Mess on board the USS Yorktown, Boat Tours,
Civil War, Antique and Art Gallery Tours and more)
* Meals (a multitude of options from box lunches to 5-Star Dining)
* Special Events / Lowcountry Specialties
Your itinerary can be planned efficiently to see all of Charleston at its best! Our specialty is personal attention to details!
Special events such as refreshments in private homes or gardens, programs developed for your group's interest can be arranged.
We can provide entertainment to include costumed "Southern Belles" and storytellers.
Please let us know if there is anything we can help you with. Our team looks forward to working with you.
Let us help create your groups "Carolina Memories"!
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