Edisto Beach State Park Campground
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... take the next left, four miles to Summerville. Next sign indicates turn right- Summerville 6 miles! Holy Cripes, we are getting farther away!
Say, Isn't Summerville hosting a flower and garden show? Yessssss! Bad move, Mav! A visit to Summerville is no longer in the cards as traffic leading into town is stop and go. Jil is driving and I'm navigating, trying to at least, using the horrid "smart phone" for reference. There is a ...
... them shrimp though or they don't know what you are on about).
There are less wierd sounding restaurants than Florida but still noted down a few! The ones that made our list were -
Ma Randy's Restaurant (serving oxtail and stewed chicken!)
Tubbys (again a bit of a theme here perhaps?)
Dawg House Restaurant
And not a restaurant but worthy of an honourable mention, the Cat Head Creek RV Park!
... a lot of rebuilding and restoration work, it’s a living museum - the number of historic sites, landmarks, luxurious 18th century homes, batteries, museums, churches and old city markets is astonishing.
Numerous statues and plaques memorialize the statesmen, pirates, soldiers and extraordinary citizens who played a role in shaping Charleston's and South Carolina’s history. There are ample reminders ...
... and listening to Frank's stories. Frank is a Glasweejun (from Glasgow, Scotland) and is also the founder of the Glasgow Apollo nightclub (www.glasgowapollo.com) and the chain of Cactus Car Washes (www.cactuscarwash.com). Then we decided to walk around historic downtown Charleston to do a little shopping, then headed back to ...
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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.