South Carolina is a fabulous part of the Deep South. There are beautiful beaches, amazing cities, great National Parks and a vibrant culture and heritage. In fact, it would be easier to write a list of reasons NOT to visit South Carolina – because there isn’t any!
If you are considering visiting South Carolina on your next vacation, here’s just 5 reasons why you will love a trip to this great state…
1. Fabulous Food
South Carolina is filled with some of the best food you will find anywhere in the States. There’s nothing like a South Carolina southern BBQ or some tasty grits, especially if you wash it back with some delicious sweet tea. We also recommend eating some Bo-Berry Biscuits at Bojangles.
2. Myrtle Beach
Catch some rays and have a dip at the awesome Myrtle Beach – there’s 60 miles of beaches in this area. This place is great for a beach vacation, especially for families. The best part about Myrtle Beach isn’t even the great beaches but the fact that it’s very affordable. There’s something here to suit every budget so there’s no reason you can’t all go on a family vacation here.
3. Visit Nature
From the beautiful coastline to Blue Ridge Mountains, there are some compelling state parks and scenery in South Carolina. The best part is that the state is small, so you are never too far from a slice of nature. We especially enjoy a dip in one of the waterfalls that can be found in some of the state parks.
4. College Sport
College sport is BIG in South Carolina and tons of fun! People are often more serious about their college sports than the professional version. Going to a local game is a fun activity on vacation.
Charleston is one of the best cities in the Deep South. From the warm weather, the charming locals to the cobblestone streets and beautiful scenery, Charleston is a fabulous city to just be. Add in great food and some interesting attractions and you won’t want to leave this southern belle.
There are many more reasons why you will love a vacation in South Carolina. Are you ready to pack your bags and go?
Read more on the South Carolina Discover site.