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South Carolina is a southeastern state in the United States most known for its Atlantic coast with miles of subtropical beaches and marshlike sea islands. South Carolina can be split into three regions; the first would be the mountains near the border with North Carolina where you can visit the Blue Ridge Mountains and explore places like Lake Hartwell. The Midland region home to places like Congaree National Park, and the Coastal Region where you can find historic cities like Charleston. Charleston is typically characterized by its pastel-colored houses, Old South plantations, and Fort Sumter, where the Civil War’s first shots were fired. Also on the coast are popular, upscale beach towns like Hilton Head and Kiawah Islands. Create the ultimate South Carolina experience when you go glamping. Wake up each morning and pick out your next adventure; in South Carolina, a new adventure is around every turn. South Carolina vacations are anything but boring. From Greenville’s hipster downtown to Charleston’s waterfront restaurants, South Carolina is a vacation destination with something for everyone. Start browsing and pick your South Carolina vacation rental today!

Things to do in South Carolina outdoors

From the perfect Blue Ridge Mountain vacation to a luxury beach house on Hilton Head, South Carolina’s great outdoors shines through all four seasons. The three different regions of South Carolina all have such distinct landscapes, you can truly design any kind of outdoor vacation.

Take your adventure to new heights when you book a cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains in western South Carolina. Some of South Carolina’s most popular hiking trails are in this part of the state, in places like Table Rock, Caesars Head, and Oconee State Parks. These parks are home to a variety of trails for all abilities, so you can just as easily plan a family hike to the summit of Sassafras Mountain or a more challenging hike to discover hidden waterfalls. On the border with Georgia is the Chattooga River, which is a premier whitewater rafting destination in the Southeast. Lake Jocassee is also a great place year-round fishing, found in Devils Fork State Park!

The Midland region is home to a different range of things to do and see in South Carolina. From the horse races in Aiken to whitewater rafting on the Saluda River, kayaking Lake Murray to exploring Congaree National Park, glamping in South Carolina gets you up close and personal with the great outdoors. Congaree National Park, near Columbia, the state capital, features the largest contiguous tract of old growth bottomland hardwoods in the United States and covers 26,000 acres of forest and floodplains. The park has 25 miles of backcountry hiking trails that are self-guided; the most popular is probably the 2.4-mile Boardwalk Loop, which takes you under a canopy of old-growth trees to Weston Lake. A personal favorite of ours is visiting in the spring to watch fireflies put on a spectacular light show. There is a rare species of lighting bugs in the park that synchronize their flashes, and their performance is perhaps best witnessed from the Boardwalk Loop as it reaches Weston Lake. Remember a flashlight and bug spray!

If you’re planning your South Carolina vacation in the summer, you definitely want to head to the coast. South Carolina’s Atlantic Coast is dotted with beach towns for all kinds of beach vacations. Folly Beach, Pawleys Island, Hilton Head, Myrtle Beach, Kiawah Island—chances are you’ve probably heard of at least one of those places. Come and visit and see for yourself why South Carolina’s coast is one of the most popular vacation destinations. Unspoiled beaches, pristine barrier islands, luxury beach towns, South Carolina’s coast has it all. Start browsing through our beach houses here to have the best South Carolina beach vacation possible.

South Carolina weather

South Carolina’s weather is very typical of the southeastern U.S. The state experiences temperate winters and hot, humid summers. Most people visit South Carolina in the summer months to go to the beach. Summer temperatures stay around 90°F and winters are temperate, in the 50s usually. Hurricanes are possible to see from June through November. Local events include the Charleston Food and Wine Festival in March, Beaufort’s Gullah Festival in May, and the Spoleto Festival USA of performing arts in Charleston runs from May through June.