North Charleston promotes a blue collar lifestyle with walkable communities and sustainable living. Not only a terrific place to live, but as South Carolina’s retail leader, North Charleston offers the best shopping in the state from retail hubs to small neighborhood boutiques. A great place to work and especially play, whether at North Charleston’s Coliseum/Convention Center Complex or by the scenic Riverfront Park at our historical Naval Base Memorial.
We continue to drive the State’s economy as the epicenter of business development, offering a business friendly community, rich with incentives to allow companies to compete on a global scale. Our young, highly skilled workforce attracts diverse industries, such as aerospace, automotive, aviation, bioscience, defense, renewable energy, financial services, and information technology. North Charleston is where businesses flourish. Visit Site
You may have heard about equestrian events and our world famous Springdale Race Course, or the historic architecture of our beautiful antebellum homes, and even our legendary sporting lifestyle. Camden has so much more to offer!
Our tourism and leisure activities are fueled by people’s desire for the historic southern charm we exude throughout all our cultural, recreational and celebrational festivities.
Come experience what it means to be Classically Carolina.
Welcome to Gaffney, South Carolina – where the past is honored, the present is engaging, and the future inviting. With a population of 12,456 and a location midway between Greenville, South Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina, Gaffney offers both small city charm and easy access to big cities. Despite its small size, Gaffney will surprise you in great ways. You will find much to enjoy in the historic business and residential districts, parks and recreational areas, museums and galleries, Revolutionary War era sites, and a variety of entertaining local events throughout the year. So, for a day, a weekend or a lifetime, get into Gaffney. Visit Site
With over 11,000 acres of water and 18 miles of shoreline, Lake Greenwood offers an excellent variety of outdoor recreation opportunities no matter your preference! Favorite activities on Lake Greenwood include fishing, watersports, leisure boating, and camping. The lake borders Lake Greenwood State Park, Stoney Point Golf Course, and is minutes away from all of the dining and entertainment to be found in Uptown Greenwood! Visit Site
Pawleys Island | Murrells Inlet | Litchfield Beach | Garden City | Georgetown | Andrews
For generations families have been vacationing along the Hammock Coast. Besides beautiful beaches and amazing weather- our area offers an unlimited amount of entertainment for the entire family.
Whatever your pleasure, golf, water sports, nature, antiques, fashion, dining, art galleries, festivals or just trying to get away from your every-day routine, the Hammock Coast has it all. Visit Site
Agritourism is agriculture based activities that bring people to farms, ranches or other agricultural settings. Some examples include u-pick operations, corn mazes, farm to table dinners, and on-the-farm restaurants with markets that sell locally made foods. SCDA recognizes the great value of agritourism and its potential to benefit farms of all sizes. Check out our website for a list of participating farms in your area. Visit Site
Welcome to Summerville, the Flower Town in the Pines, where charm and southern hospitality blend gracefully with the modern and progressive. Summerville is rich in history with a focus on economic development that preserves the past while building for the future.
Steeped in natural beauty of lush pines and blooming azaleas Summerville- a Tree City USA community may be a small town, but when you’re a small town with big charm anything is possible. Visit Site
Thousands of settlers flowed through this region like a river. It was part of the Great Wagon Road from the North and the Federal Road that carried travelers into the West. The diverse backgrounds of these individuals led to clashes and conflicts that played out over the landscape of the old South. Today, the character of Edgefield is captured for visitors in its downtown shopping district, countless historic sites, local eateries, and a thriving artisan community. Come explore Edgefield, the Gateway of Southern History! Visit Site
At Nature Adventures Outfitters, our entire focus is on giving you the best kayaking or paddleboarding experience that the waters near Charleston and the South Carolina coast have to offer. Whether you’re staying at the Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, or Downtown Charleston, we have tours for every member of the family. Attractions include the barrier islands, blackwater swamps and rivers. Visit Site
Revered as one of the country’s top culinary experiences, Charleston Wine + Food is a five-day celebration that showcases Charleston and the Lowcountry’s rich culinary traditions and distinct foodways. The 12th annual festival, March 1-5, 2017, will serve up more than 100 unforgettable events featuring home-grown flavor alongside the nation’s top chefs, winemakers, beverage experts, brewers, distillers, storytellers, artisans, and more.
No matter your taste, Charleston Wine + Food has something to delight every palate. Get whisked away to an undeveloped barrier island for an afternoon of foraging from the sea with award-winning chefs. Step inside a few of the city’s most historic homes for a tour of private wine cellars accompanied by renowned winemakers. Get your hands finger-lickin’ dirty during an interactive cooking class. Find your way to a legendary crab house on the edge of the coast for a feast of fresh catches and refreshing wines. Listen in as industry icons take to the spotlight and dish out the story of their life’s work. Sip your way through a bevy of wine and spirits workshops covering a range of fascinating and informative topics. Get bendy with bubbly at a Sunday morning yoga session, complete with endless Champagne and healthy bites. Make plans to spend the afternoon perusing the Culinary Village, an all-access smorgasbord of sips, bites, chef demos, live music, retail therapy, and lots of interactive fun.
Tickets sell out quickly, so don’t delay in reserving your seat! Visit charlestonwineandfood.com to see the full menu and start planning your own perfect culinary adventure. Visit Site
The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) is a four-year osteopathic medical school offering the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree. Osteopathic physicians are licensed in every state to practice the full scope of medicine including examining patients, diagnosing illness, writing prescriptions, performing surgery, as well as providing musculoskeletal manipulation. Osteopathic physicians enter every field of medicine from family practice to neurosurgery. The majority of osteopathic physicians, however; practice primary care, with approximately one-fourth of the profession providing care in small communities and rural areas. Visit Site
WELCOME TO THE GREENVILLE EVERYONE’S TALKING ABOUT.
Nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville, South Carolina has combined traditional southern charm, stunning natural beauty and an unexpected contemporary cool to create one of America’s hottest emerging destinations and fastest growing cities. From a revitalized downtown ranked among “America’s Ten Best” by Forbes Magazine to downtown Greenville’s one-of-a-kind Liberty Bridge, quaint shops, boutiques, and fabulous restaurants to a world-class collection of museums, galleries, and theaters to some of the most beautiful lakes, rivers and mountains in the world, Greenville, South Carolina is everything they say it is and more. Check us out and see for yourself why we’re not just any Greenville – we’re THAT Greenville. Visit Site