Best Vacation Spots in South Carolina

Best Vacation Spots in South Carolina

Surfside Beach


Heavily focused on family fun, Surfside Beach prides itself on being the world’s first autism-friendly tourist destination. Local attractions and businesses are trained to interact with families of children with autism empathetically.
Myrtle Beach
Quite possibly the most visited beach in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach sees about 215 days of sun annually. With a robust nightlife and exciting outdoor recreational activities, Myrtle Beach has an abundance of oceanfront fun for tourists of all ages.

Kiawah Island

The resort and golf course on Kiawah Island is a major attraction for golfers. However, you don’t need to be a sportsman to recognized the raw beauty of the island. The 10,000 acres of land contains a wealth of wildlife and impressive views. Every year, thousands of tourists visit South Carolina to bear witness to its unbridled beauty. Tourism is the chief industry in the state. According to “The Post and Courier,” South Carolina’s tourism sector has had six consecutive record-breaking years. The growth of the $22.6 billion industry is primarily based on the breathtaking beauty that awaits these visitors' arrival to this amazing state. Here, we will focus on several of the best vacation spots in South Carolina.

Greenville County Museum of Art
For visitors in the northern part of the state, Greenville gives tourists a taste of South Carolina’s family-friendly atmosphere. Its collections focus mainly on American art. The admission is free and it has an extensive collection of Andrew Wyeth paintings

Hilton Head Island
Just 20 miles north of Savannah, GA, Hilton Head Island has 12 miles of incredible coastline for the tourist that wants to visit what has been regarded as the best island in the continental United States. The acclaimed Sea Pines Resort ideally located for those that want to enjoy nature or even participate in a dolphin cruise.

Huntington Beach State Park

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Hunting Beach State Park is a 2,500 acres of South Carolina’s most beautiful land and waterscapes. You might catch a glimpse of an alligator or loggerhead turtle enjoying the park’s freshwater lake. Visitors can also tour Atalaya, the historic home built by the famous railroad magnate’s son, Archer Huntington.

As the state’s capital, Columbia is one of South Carolina’s most family-friendly destinations. If you’re interested in family fun, Columbia is home to the Carolina State Museum, which features a planetarium, observatory, and interactive 3D theatre. In addition to its luxurious historic houses, Columbia homes for sale have a mixture of new construction and that traditional southern charm.

If you are visiting South Carolina, you are in store for a real threat. There is so much to see and do in this state. I was only able to present the tip of the iceberg here, but you now have a good idea of some of the state’s most popular tourist destinations. When visiting South Carolina, be sure to put some of these locations on your itinerary. The majestic, breathtaking landscapes and shores will be something you will cherish for years to come.

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