Knights Inn Point South/Yemassee

Address: 420 Campground Road, Yemassee, South Carolina, 29945, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 420 Campground Road, Yemassee, is near Sheldon Church Ruins and Auldbrass Plantation.
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    Travel Blogs from Yemassee

    If you're going to commit to something....

    A travel blog entry by mentusfamily on Apr 13, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... decided without the assistance of Social Media? There are many choices at Zaxby's. Makayla wanted mozerella sticks. Nope. Riley was begging for mac n cheese. Sorry! You can have chicken or chicken or chicken. We opted for the latter. Their fried chicken is actually pretty good and the Zax sauce was quite yummy.

    With full bellies we continued on our way. We pulled into the campground around 10pm.

    Looking forward to crossing the FL border tomorrow and relaxing for a few days!
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    Historic Beaufort South Carolina

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... the GPS for Savannah which was about a 35-minute drive from Bluffton.

    For years we've thought about going to Savannah, but it was somewhat of a disappointment over what we saw in quaint Beaufort and Bluffton. We ended up taking a hop-on/hop-off tour bus driven by "Tammy" - a lady from Winchester, Tennessee that drove the bus with her left foot, her whole body turned to the passengers and just couldn't ...

    Finding Peace

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 20, 2014

    19 photos

    ... and marshes and connected by short bridges. We drove down the 17 and then made our way towards the coast. The towns all along these islands are cute and a little kitsch. It all looked like a tourist trap but at the same time it was beautiful and really inviting. We drove all the way to Hunting Island which was right on the Atlantic and a National Park. We stopped at a campsite but it was way too expensive for us so we drove back towards the main land and managed to find ...

    A Driftwood Graveyard

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Dec 01, 2013

    45 photos

    ... trailer parking skills) and only 20 feet separated us from hightide. On our way in we noticed signs prohibiting alcohol and just assumed they referred to alcohol on the beach, once again we were wrong. A more thorough reading of the park rules explained that South Carolina state law prohibited any alcohol in all state parks. This was just too strange to fully comprehend, drinking and camping are like hot dogs and baseball, brats and Packer ...

    Yes, we're still Looping!

    A travel blog entry by satisfaction on Sep 14, 2013

    2 comments, 68 photos

    ... married 43 years ago. But, wow! - Charleston has changed and it’s now one of the top US tourist destinations. We stayed at the Charleston Maritime Center where we had a great view from our stern of Ft. Sumter and the Cooper River. While Satisfaction was safely docked in the marina, we went back to KC for a visit and to attend our niece, Ali’s wedding to Jordan O’Grady. Ali was a beautiful bride and their wedding was a wonderful ...