Do NOT Do These Touristy Things In South Carolina. Do These 12 Things Instead.
When it comes to seeing the sights in South Carolina, you can’t go wrong. Everywhere you turn there’s something incredible to see and do. But sometimes you may want to do a little something different than the most popular touristy things. Here are some suggestions of different things to do in South Carolina INSTEAD of the usual….
Already been to FALLS PARK ON THE REEDY more times that you can count?
No doubt, Falls Park on the Reedy is definitely one of Greenville’s treasures. But if you’re looking for the same kind of thing in the Greenville vicinity then try these alternatives for a change…..
Don’t feel like ANOTHER CARRIAGE RIDE in Charleston?
But you still want to explore the city? Why not? Travel & Leisure just named Charleston the #2 Destination in the Americas. If you’ve already taken a carriage ride but still want to see more of the history that makes up this national treasure of a city then try these alternatives……
RIPLEY’S AQUARIUM in Myrtle Beach never gets old and is definitely worth the admission.
But maybe you’re thinking it would be nice to change it up a little. Try these things instead.
If you’re in Columbia, then the VISTA, FIVE POINTS, THE CAPITOL AND RIVERBANKS ZOO area great places to see and hang out.
But sometimes you might want to do a little something different. We suggest these might fit the bill….
Everywhere you turn in South Carolina there’s something incredible to see and do. And not just in the big cities that we’ve highlighted here. Even the most rural of communities in the Palmetto State have amazing flat or rolling country, mountain or marsh vistas that inspire notions of returning to our roots when times were much simpler. The point is, occasionally stray from the ordinary, those most popular spots and things to do, and get out and see this wonderful state. Let’s do it together in 2016. What do you say?
With so many possibilities of things to do in South Carolina we’re sure you have suggestions to add to this column. We’d love to hear from you so please add them to the Facebook comments.
Robin Jarvis is a staff writer for OnlyInYourState.com. She's traveled to five of the seven continents and currently lives 35-feet in the air in a treehouse in the Southeastern U.S. When she's not writing, she's dreaming of her next trip.