Top 5 Attractions In South Carolina | USA

Top 5 Attractions In South Carolina | USA

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3 Popular Attractions In South Carolina

  • Myrtle Waves: Water park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • South Carolina Facts:

    • The City of Myrtle Beach is in the center of the Grand Strand, a 60-mile crescent of beach on the South Carolina coast. In the last 25 years, Myrtle Beach has developed into the premier resort destination on the East Coast.
    • Sumter has the largest Gingko farm in the world.
    • The Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport was the first airport in South Carolina opening in October 1927.
    • The poinsettia is called after South Carolinian Joel Roberts Poinsett, the US's initial ambassador to Mexico. He presented the plant to the US when he sent samplings of the beautiful red as well as eco-friendly plant to his greenhouse in South Carolina 1825.
    • North America's longest cable-stayed bridge spans the Charleston Harbor. The Arthur J. Ravenel Jr.
    Climate data for Charleston Int'l, South Carolina (1991–2020 normals,[19] extremes 1938–present) Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °F (°C) 83
    (28) 87
    (31) 90
    (32) 95
    (35) 101
    (38) 103
    (39) 104
    (40) 105
    (41) 99
    (37) 94
    (34) 88
    (31) 83
    (28) 105
    (41) Mean maximum °F (°C) 77
    (25) 79
    (26) 84
    (29) 88
    (31) 93
    (34) 96
    (36) 98
    (37) 97
    (36) 93
    (34) 87
    (31) 82
    (28) 77
    (25) 99
    (37) Average high °F (°C) 60.2
    (15.7) 63.8
    (17.7) 70.1
    (21.2) 77.1
    (25.1) 83.6
    (28.7) 88.5
    (31.4) 91.3
    (32.9) 89.8
    (32.1) 85.4
    (29.7) 77.9
    (25.5) 69.4
    (20.8) 62.7
    (17.1) 76.6
    (24.8) Daily mean °F (°C) 49.5
    (9.7) 52.7
    (11.5) 58.7
    (14.8) 65.8
    (18.8) 73.3
    (22.9) 79.4
    (26.3) 82.5
    (28.1) 81.4
    (27.4) 76.9
    (24.9) 67.8
    (19.9) 58.3
    (14.6) 52.2
    (11.2) 66.5
    (19.2) Average low °F (°C) 38.9
    (3.8) 41.6
    (5.3) 47.3
    (8.5) 54.5
    (12.5) 63.0
    (17.2) 70.4
    (21.3) 73.7
    (23.2) 73.1
    (22.8) 68.3
    (20.2) 57.7
    (14.3) 47.1
    (8.4) 41.6
    (5.3) 56.4
    (13.6) Mean minimum °F (°C) 22
    (−6) 26
    (−3) 31
    (−1) 40
    (4) 50
    (10) 62
    (17) 68
    (20) 66
    (19) 57
    (14) 42
    (6) 32
    (0) 26
    (−3) 20
    (−7) Record low °F (°C) 6
    (−14) 12
    (−11) 15
    (−9) 29
    (−2) 36
    (2) 50
    (10) 58
    (14) 56
    (13) 42
    (6) 27
    (−3) 15
    (−9) 8
    (−13) 6
    (−14) Average precipitation inches (mm) 3.37
    (86) 3.05
    (77) 3.35
    (85) 3.29
    (84) 3.32
    (84) 6.21
    (158) 6.60
    (168) 6.97
    (177) 6.01
    (153) 4.33
    (110) 2.66
    (68) 3.35
    (85) 52.51
    (1,334) Average snowfall inches (cm) 0.2
    (0.51) 0.1
    (0.25) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.0
    (0.0) 0.3
    (0.76) Average precipitation days (≥ 0.01 in) 8.9 8.5 8.2 7.9 8.1 12.1 13.2 13.1 10.2 7.3 6.9 9.3 113.7 Average snowy days (≥ 0.1 in) 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 Average relative humidity (%) 69.8 67.4 68.1 67.5 72.5 75.1 76.6 78.9 78.2 74.1 72.7 71.6 72.7 Average dew point °F (°C) 36.0
    (2.2) 37.4
    (3.0) 44.8
    (7.1) 51.3
    (10.7) 61.0
    (16.1) 67.8
    (19.9) 71.4
    (21.9) 71.4
    (21.9) 66.9
    (19.4) 55.9
    (13.3) 47.5
    (8.6) 39.9
    (4.4) 54.3
    (12.4) Mean monthly sunshine hours 179.3 186.7 243.9 275.1 294.8 279.5 287.8 256.7 219.7 224.5 189.5 171.3 2,808.8 Percent possible sunshine 56 61 66 71 69 65 66 62 59 64 60 55 63 Source: NOAA (relative humidity and sun 1961–1990)[17][20][18]

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    Climate data for Charleston, South Carolina (Downtown), 1991–2020 normals,[19] extremes 1893–present Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °F (°C) 82
    (28) 83
    (28) 94
    (34) 94
    (34) 100
    (38) 104
    (40) 103
    (39) 103
    (39) 100
    (38) 95
    (35) 87
    (31) 81
    (27) 104
    (40) Mean maximum °F (°C) 72
    (22) 75
    (24) 80
    (27) 84
    (29) 90
    (32) 93
    (34) 95
    (35) 94
    (34) 91
    (33) 85
    (29) 79
    (26) 74
    (23) 97
    (36) Average high °F (°C) 58.0
    (14.4) 60.3
    (15.7) 65.6
    (18.7) 72.3
    (22.4) 79.0
    (26.1) 84.3
    (29.1) 87.5
    (30.8) 86.4
    (30.2) 82.6
    (28.1) 75.6
    (24.2) 67.1
    (19.5) 60.9
    (16.1) 73.3
    (22.9) Daily mean °F (°C) 50.8
    (10.4) 53.2
    (11.8) 58.8
    (14.9) 66.0
    (18.9) 73.5
    (23.1) 79.2
    (26.2) 82.3
    (27.9) 81.4
    (27.4) 77.6
    (25.3) 69.4
    (20.8) 60.1
    (15.6) 53.8
    (12.1) 67.2
    (19.6) Average low °F (°C) 43.6
    (6.4) 46.1
    (7.8) 52.0
    (11.1) 59.7
    (15.4) 68.0
    (20.0) 74.2
    (23.4) 77.1
    (25.1) 76.5
    (24.7) 72.5
    (22.5) 63.2
    (17.3) 53.1
    (11.7) 46.8
    (8.2) 61.1
    (16.2) Mean minimum °F (°C) 29
    (−2) 32
    (0) 37
    (3) 46
    (8) 56
    (13) 67
    (19) 72
    (22) 71
    (22) 63
    (17) 49
    (9) 39
    (4) 33
    (1) 27
    (−3) Record low °F (°C) 10
    (−12) 7
    (−14) 22
    (−6) 36
    (2) 45
    (7) 52
    (11) 61
    (16) 59
    (15) 50
    (10) 37
    (3) 17
    (−8) 12
    (−11) 7
    (−14) Average precipitation inches (mm) 2.56
    (65) 2.56
    (65) 3.03
    (77) 2.96
    (75) 2.58
    (66) 4.85
    (123) 5.08
    (129) 6.11
    (155) 5.25
    (133) 4.07
    (103) 2.30
    (58) 2.91
    (74) 44.26
    (1,124) Average precipitation days (≥ 0.01 in) 8.4 8.0 7.9 7.0 6.8 10.5 11.6 11.7 8.6 6.8 6.1 8.5 101.9 Source: NOAA[17][21][22]

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    Nestled up against the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque coastal cities, and Southern charm. Tucked between the mountainous foothills upstate and the sandy beaches along the coast, you will find exhilarating theme parks, fascinating historical monuments, world-class museums, wedding venues, and family-friendly zoos and gardens.

    Myrtle Beach, the busy hub of fun-in-the-sun in the middle of the Grand Strand's 60 miles of gorgeous wide beaches, offers a dazzling variety of entertainment, nature, history, and dining for people of all ages. The oceanfront Myrtle Beach Boardwalk runs by restaurants, bars, a fishing pier, an arcade and the famous 187-foot tall SkyWheel. The beaches offer good bathing, basking, paddling, canoeing, and kayaking, and there are several great golf courses. Off the beach, the town is packed with wacky family attractions such as the Backstage Mirror Maze, Ripley’s Wax Museum, and the Family Kingdom Amusement Park.

    Frequently at the top of Travel + Leisure's “World’s Best Cities” list, Charleston boasts coastal beauty and Antebellum history, as well as traditional Southern charm and some seriously superb food and shopping. Charleston is the oldest city in South Carolina, is home to many historic buildings and some of the top South Carolina attractions. From a carriage ride along a seaside street to an afternoon boat outing on the Atlantic, Charleston's romantic history, picturesque architecture and scenic surroundings are sure to inspire your next vacation.

    The Congaree State Park is located 20 miles outside Columbia and is one of the only places in the entire country where you can see a large tract of old-growth hardwood forest sustained by the floodplains of the Congaree and Wateree Rivers. There are two ways to explore this amazing habitat, which supports a large variety of wildlife – you can take to the waters along the marked 15-mile Cedar Creek Canoe Trail in a canoe or kayak (you need to bring your own craft), or you can hike an assortment of hiking trails. You can pitch your tent at one of two campsites, try your hand at fishing, or enroll in a ranger-led program.

    Angel Oak tree on Johns Island, reported being one of the largest oak trees in the world. As an estimated 400-500-year-old live oak, this tree measures at 65 feet tall but amasses 17,200 square feet of shade. It’s considerably wider than it is tall, and it’s this type of growth that lends the live oak tree, and especially the Angel Oak, its majesty and impressive presence. With a circumference of 28 feet, it would take five grown men standing hand in hand to stretch around the entire trunk of the tree. This tree has survived for almost half a millennium, and it has been around longer than the United States has, and the city wants to make sure its growth continues through the next 500 years.

    Hilton Head Island is one of South Carolina’s most beautiful locations, boasting rich historical importance and a wide range of cultural attractions. The Hilton Head Choral Society, the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, and many community festivals are among the top-class cultural options on offer on the island today. More than 1,500 domestic and international wines are tasted at the island’s WineFest event, while Hilton Head is a golfer’s paradise with 24 great courses to choose from.

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