Edisto Beach State Park Campground
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Always better together!
Last winter we crossed America, running
ahead of Ol' Man Winter, to see places from the old atlas I grew-up with.
Each stop more grand than could ever be imagine.
We stood in awe, taking it all in, until we were
pushed on before the weather could dull our enchantment.
This winter …
The Cost Of Water January 4, 2011
By choosing to live at the oceans edge,
you chose living with a little extra effort.
The best water on Edisto Island comes from Piggly Wiggly.
Water from the tap here doesn't taste good.
After the pig, the jug-fill kiosk, outside city hall,
is the best deal at …
Winter, Round Two
Last weekend the south experienced a winter shutdown.
The most severe in a while. An Arctic Clipper pushed
through to New Orleans leaving ice all along the Gulf coast.
Atlanta is covered with ice and snow and only eight plows.
Interstates turned into parking lots due to jackknifed rigs.
Kids still out of …
That a year should end only once in
every 365 days is a plenty! I don't believe any of us need another
holiday that leaves us looking back over the past year, a tingle
running down our spine. Kind of like seeing someone picking through
what is left of their lives after everything they know has been
totally distoryed by a tornado …
We made to Edisto Beach, South Carolina last night about midnight. You all know I was beside myself with exhaustion. I can't hang. It is beautiful here!! We stopped and celebrated the kids b-day's in Savannah at a place called Crystal Beer Parlor(and no we didn't go for the beer). It was actually the second oldest restaurant in Savannah. Very cool …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdisto Beach State Park Campground Edisto Island
The information on the web site is very good.
The birding and bike riding are all one could hope for in any season. The bike trail can accommodate adult trikes and be enjoyed by children and grandparents alike. As a retired RVing couple we enjoy this park winter, spring or fall.
The restrooms are always in order and the grounds neat. The Piggly Wiggly, just outside the park, is a bonus. The only drawback is brackish water.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.