James Island County Park Campground & Cottages

Address: 871 Riverland Drive, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29412 , United States | Campground
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    Travel Blogs from Charleston

    Sweet Southern Scenery

    A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 10, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    It was time to leave the comforts of dear friends and family and get this trip going! We said our goodbyes to North Carolina and headed south to Charleston. The day began with international business calls to Zimbabwe while taking in the street markets in the downtown area. This was a strange and somewhat unsuccessful combination, but things went …

    Charleston

    A travel blog entry by steverino on Jan 08, 2014

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    Sightseeing, sunshine, happiness

    A travel blog entry by annarstv

    9

    We started our sunday morning with a breakfast together. Then we drove to the city to do a little sightseeing. First we went to the seaside to see the pineapple fountain and walk along hte promenade and the pier. The weather was really awesome again, hot and the sun was shining. Charleston is a very beautiful city. we walked through a small park and saw fountains with children playing and wading in them. We also decided to wade a little bit, because it ...

    Bearfoot Landing to Charleston

    A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

    Nov. 5 (57F 15C) We were down to three boats cruising together and once again, we were the first boats to leave Bearfoot Landing in the early morning. We were quite proud of our early start until we came to mile 356.4 where at 6:30 am a gondola with golfers passed 65 feet over our heads as they were taken from one fairway to the next across the ICW. What a golf course!!! By noon, the colder north wind still hadn't warmed us up and for the first time in days we kept ...