10 Best Places to Visit in South Carolina

10 Best Places to Visit in South Carolina

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3 Popular Attractions In South Carolina

  • USS Yorktown: Historic aircraft carrier, located in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
  • South Carolina Facts:

    • Campbell’s Covered Bridge built in 1909, is the only remaining covered bridge in South Carolina. Off Hwy 14 near Gowensville.
    • Sumter has the largest Gingko farm in the world.
    • Summerville’s beauty is mirrored in her motto, “The Flower Town in the Pines.” Since the early 1900’s day tourists have flocked to the town during early spring to enjoy millions of spring blossoms, particularly azaleas, in private and public gardens, including the mid-town Azalea Park.
    • The palmetto tree isn't technically a tree whatsoever. It does not have a solid wood trunk.
    • And Angel Oak isn't the only outstanding tree in South Carolina. Congaree National forest is home to greater than two dozen “” champ trees,”” trees which are the largest sampling of their kind. Congaree has the highest possible focus of champ trees of anyplace in America and also one of the highest possible concentrations in the world. If you like trees, Congaree is your location.
    Charleston, South Carolina
    City of Charleston
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    From top, left-to-right: Rainbow Row, The Battery, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Waterfront Park, downtown on King Street, and Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.
    Flag of Charleston, South Carolina

    Official seal of Charleston, South Carolina

    Nickname(s):

    “The Holy City,[1] Geechie City,
    Port City
    Motto(s):

    Ædes Mores Juraque Curat (Latin for “She Guards Her Temples, Customs, and Laws”)[a]
    Charleston is located in South Carolina

    Charleston
    Charleston
    Location within South Carolina

    Charleston is located in the United States

    Charleston
    Charleston
    Location within the United States

    Coordinates:

    32°47′00″N 79°56′00″W / 32.78333°N 79.93333°W / 32.78333; -79.93333Coordinates: 32°47′00″N 79°56′00″W / 32.78333°N 79.93333°W / 32.78333; -79.93333 Country United States State South Carolina Historic colony Colony of South Carolina Counties Charleston, Berkeley Named for Charles II of England Government

    •Type Mayor–councilMayor John Tecklenburg (D) Area

    City 135.10sqmi (349.92km2) •Land 114.76sqmi (297.24km2) •Water 20.34sqmi (52.68km2) 14.51% Elevation

    20ft (6m) Population

    City 150,277 •Rank SC: 1st; US: 200th •Density 1,198.69/sqmi (462.81/km2) •Urban

    548,404 (US: 76th) •MSA

    799,636[5] (US: 74th) •Demonym

    Charlestonian Time zone UTC-05:00 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC-04:00 (EDT) ZIP Codes
    29401, 29403, 29405, 29407, 29409, 29412, 29414, 29424, 29425, 29455, 29492
    Area code 843 and 854 FIPS code 45-13330 GNIS feature ID 1221516[6] Website www.charleston-sc.gov

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    In South Carolina, You will find stunning beaches, national forests, thriving cities, traditional villages, and plenty of Southern charm. Whether you love arts, culture, or outdoor adventure, you will have plenty of choices. So we’ve narrowed it down to the BEST places to visit in South Carolina.

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