Local Attractions

Reasons to Relocate to Charleston for Retirement 

Many relocate to the Lowcountry after they retire due in part to the abundance of activities & endless supply of local attractions.  Enjoy your retirement in Charleston filling your days enjoying the numerous local attractions that Charleston, South Carolina has to offer...

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07/11/2015

 This two-hour walk is led by the The Center for Birds of Prey, and will be led by an experienced staff member. Space is limited to 20 participants and advanced reservations are required. After the bird walk, guests are invited to join the regular morning bird of prey tour and flight demonstrations at no additional cost. For more information, visit www.zerve.com/BirdsofPrey/SCbirds

MEMBER RATE: $15

NON-MEMBER RATE: $20

Looking for a fun place to take the Grandkids for the day? Check out Blackbeard's Cove Family Fun Park in Mount Pleasant....

  • Recreation & Leisure, Local Attractions

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10/01/2015 to 10/31/2015

The BOONE HALL Pumpkin Patch is much, much more than a pumpkin patch! Open OCTOBER 1ST through NOVEMBER 2ND, Boone Hall Plantation Farm's Pumpkin Patch and attractions will delight your entire family…even your entire neighborhood! Below are brief descriptions, also offered online at www.boonehallpumpkinpatch.com/main.php :

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09/19/2015

The Scottish Games and Highland Gathering at Boone Hall Plantation is yet another special event held at the plantation that makes Boone Hall one of the most unique venues in the Charleston, SC Lowcountry.

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07/27/2014

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04/27/2014

The 27th Annual Town of Mt. Pleasant BLESSING OF THE FLEET & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL will be, as always, spectacular! Located at Mount Pleasant's Memorial Waterfront Park at the foot of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge, anticipate a panoramic view of the Fleet, fabulous seafood, even a Shag Contest.

Access more information online at www.charlestoncvb.com/visitors/events_news/charleston-events/, or by calling the Town of Mount Pleasant at 843.884.8517.

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03/29/2015

Louisiana Meets Lowcountry

James Island County Park's Lowcountry Cajun Festival brings Louisiana to the Lowcountry for a full-day [Noon - 6 PM] of ragin’ Cajun entertainment: children’s activities, live Zydeco music, a variety of Festival food favorites, and local & regional chefs cooking-up authentic and mouth-watering Cajun & Creole foods like seafood and Southern barbecue, jambalaya, alligator, Etoufée, Andouille sausage, and  huge servings of fresh, steaming crawfish.

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03/28/2015

The Cooper River Bridge Run is the best organized and the best conducted 10-K race in the world. It includes world-class competition in a unique setting with unparalleled participant satisfaction. It broadens community cooperation and participation in healthy events throughout the year. The Cooper River Bridge Run serves as a model of health motivation for other communities throughout the world.The World’s Best 10K

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04/05/2013 to 04/07/2013

Awash in color every spring from hot pink azaleas, purple wisteria, delicate white dogwood, and more, the gracious Southern town of Summerville is invites thousands of festival-goers to take in their flowers, their hospitality, and the largest arts and crafts festivals in the Southeast - The YMCA Flowertown Festival. Consistently ranked one of the Top-20 Events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society, enjoy its 4 MAIN EVENTS (below) with Free admission & Free Parking!

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04/04/2015 to 04/12/2015

The Lowcountry's Premier Athletic Event

The 43rd Annual Family Circle Cup, as before, welcomes close to 70 world-class, women athletes and 100,000 spectators to Stadium Court on Daniel Island to enjoy tennis during its finest hours. Records are broken and memories are made as extraordinary tennis stars compete for the coveted Cup. Family Circle Cup ticket packages offer a minimum 14% savings off regular Single Session ticket pricing. 

Phone: 1-800-677-2293

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