Edisto Beach State Park Campground
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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.
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... he remains his own man. He has found self-expression in the communal tradition."Simmons also repaired many of the city's most famous gates created by the city's earliest artisans, such as the famous Sword Gates on Legare Street. "He pointed to it exactly and said, 'I replaced these six leaves,' " Lepre said, adding that Simmons kept a pile of historic ...
... though I was assured they were spicier than is normal for the South (probably why I liked them). And, the okra and tomato dish ... don't usually like okra, but this was very tasty. The only photo I took was of the palm trees along the waterfront. The sun was behind me, and fading out my phone screen, so, unfortunately, I couldn't see how much concrete I captured ... but at least I took ...