Kiawah Island By Pam Harrington Exclusives

Address: 4343 Betsy Kerrison Pkwy, Johns Island, South Carolina, 29455, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on 4343 Betsy Kerrison Pkwy, Johns Island, is near Charleston Tea Plantation, The Ocean Course, Beachwalker County Park, and Night Heron Park.
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Travel Blogs from Johns Island

Beginning of. trip of. Lifetime

A travel blog entry by snowmasschris on Feb 11, 2015

  • Day 1 - Richard

  • We are picked up my a miniature Asian man, all of five ft tall! Driving a black Volkswagen diesel. I sat in the front as the back was obviously too small to house my magnificent frame! He arrives on time and delivers us to the airport without as much as a quiver from Chris: absolutely amazing!!! She compliment him on his ...

Packing.

A travel blog entry by snowmasschris on Feb 07, 2015

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For those of you who know me, you probably wonder how I will pack for an adventure that will be a month long. We plan to only carry on our bags. So one roller board and a backpack for each of us. There is no room for my big hairdryer .. No diffuser for me for 4 weeks. I My hair stylist and I agree that as long as I bring some "product" I should be ok. This adventure will find me with curly hair, very little make up, and wearing ...

Fort Sumter

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 04, 2014

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This morning we drove back into town to catch the boat to Fort Sumter National Park.

When South Carolina seceded from the Union on December 20, 1860, United States Maj. Robert Anderson and his force of 85 soldiers were positioned at Fort Moultrie near the mouth of Charleston Harbor. On December 26, fearing for the safety of his men, Anderson moved his command to Fort Sumter, an imposing fortification in the middle of the ...

Tour of Charleston

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 03, 2014

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Yesterday we transitioned to John Island a few miles outside Charleston. We are staying at the Oak Plantation Campground that is a nice, large (acreage not sites), and quiet park. It is surrounded by lots of old trees, but we are parked in a mostly open area so we get good satellite reception. The gravel sites are mostly long pull-thrus that are not jammed together and have grass between ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by heathandashtin on May 02, 2014

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Yesterday we mostly just hung out at the beach house and on the beach. It was a much needed day of relaxation after our travels the day before. Today we went to see downtown Charleston with Branden, Allison and baby Holden. We had lunch at famous Hominy Grill and had a delicious meal. The most notable meal was Ashtins. It was a biscuit split with a piece of fried chicken between with white cheddar cheese. All topped with sausage gravy! After lunch we tools stroll ...