From its pristine beaches and abundant hiking trails to its historical landmarks and unique southern charm, Charleston offers something for everyone. We enjoy our time visiting the ancient Angel Oak, Fort Sumter NHP, Charleston City Market, and Rainbow Row.


  1. Captain Skippy on July 7, 2019 at 11:02 pm

    So glad you were in my state! I sub your YouTube channel as Captain Skippy. Charleston is a wonderful place. The food, history, and architecture are unlike anywhere else. We are approx 2.5 hours away and alternate between there, Savanna GA, and Hendersonville NC several times a year. Next time you’re back check out James Island Campground. It’s about 10-15 minutes from downtown Charleston. Prices are reasonable and there is a water park across the street. Just don’t tell everybody about it. We don’t want it overrun by Yankees! By the way, check out the Hendersonville area. It’s a little cooler there in the summers. My part of SC was 100 today.
    Thanks for all the wonderful videos and allowing us to be part of your lives. Travel safe!

  2. DWDinAtlanta on July 26, 2019 at 11:13 pm

    SC is my home state, even though I have lived in Atlanta for the last 30 yrs. My daddy’s mother’s side of the family lives in Charleston and we visited several times a year, they would come to Columbia and there was vacationing in Myrtle Beach. I love SC and all there is to do there. So glad you got to see the Angel Oak and fort Sumter. We went every visit. God bless every slave that helped build that fort.

    We have a beach home in Surfside Beach, very lose to Huntington Beach State Park. I keep telling hubby that a day trip to the Charleston Market should be something we plan one trip. He retired from the Army 5 yrs ago and did his last 8 yrs in Columbia. They made many trips to Charleston for training and meetings. He knows his way around there pretty good so I am counting on him to get us around. LOL Our nephew is getting married there in April. I’m trying to talk him into an RV trip but he is saying Beach house. Thanks for showing me your travels from your eyes point of view. We all take so much for granted. I think a visit back there is long overdue! HUGS~Donna