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Have you ever stood in the shadow of a thousand-year-old live oak tree draped in veils of Spanish moss? Ever ventured on a Charleston family vacation, wandered along a mountain trail through an ancient forest, or strolled the cobblestone streets of one of our nation's first Colonial cities? Have you ever walked along a white sand beach that seemed like it went on forever or traversed the South Carolina Upcountry foothill terrain, sparkling lakes and hidden waterfalls? Ever shopped at South Carolina flea markets for fresh produce, antiques or one-of-a-kind items?

These are just a very few of the things to do in South Carolina – and we haven’t even talked about our 368 South Carolina golf courses, 47 state parks or more than 400 annual festivals! Travel through our site and discover why South Carolina really is made for vacation. Plan a Charleston family vacation, and make plans to visit other South Carolina cities and towns!

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Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge
The refuge encompasses approximately 30,000 acres that include large sections of tidal emergent wetlands, forested wetlands and upland forests associated with the Waccamaw and Pee Dee Rivers. Wetland habitats range...
Waccatee Zoological Farm
Located within a 500-acre farm in Socastee, the Waccatee Zoo contains over 100 species of animals. Meet Chico the Chimpanzee, Tony the Tiger, Booger the Bear, and Zig Zag the...
Wachesaw Plantation East
Forged from a former rice plantation, the time-honored Scottish design of Wachesaw Plantation East features rolling fairways, traditional mounding and strategically-placed bunkers. Its freshwater lakes and scenic wetlands are the...
Wagener Museum
Artifacts and documents recall the life and times of community residents since the coming of the railroad in 1887. Find the Wagener Museum on Facebook!
Walhalla State Fish Hatchery
Built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, this is the only trout hatchery in South Carolina. Some 150,000 pounds of rainbow, brown and brook trout are raised here...
Walking Tour Of Private Historic Homes And Gardens
Map of tour is available at Chamber office. The map contains a six block route to homes dating from the 1820\'s to the early 1900\'s. In 1976 a portion of...
Walnut Grove Plantation
Charles & Mary Moore established Walnut Grove on a 550-acre land grant about 1765. These Scots-Irish immigrants raised ten children in the house they built and lived in for 40...
Walt Schrader Trails
Located in a 778-acre natural area at Historic Brattonsville, this 8.5 mile network of backcountry paths crosses land steeped in local history and tradition. Native Americans and Americans of European...
Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary
Located within the ACE Basin, the Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary is a nature-based conservation area that combines history, culture, recreation, and education in a singularly southern lowlands setting. Wildlife is abundant...
Walterboro-Colleton Chamber Of Commerce
The Walterboro-Colleton Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1946 and became incorporated in 1951. The chamber provides visitor information on all sites and attractions located in Walterboro and Colleton County....

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