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Don't miss this great attraction, located right next to the KOA! Charleston Fun Park has something for everyone! Go-Karts, 2 miniature golf courses, an amazing arcade with more than 50 games, jump-land, outdoor playground, gemstone mining, and climbing wall. The Galley serves a delicious lunch and dinner menu featuring Homemade Pizza. Parents, you can relax at the outdoor Tiki Bar with a beer or a glass of wine while the kids have their run of the park. The Boone Hall Plantation is America's most photographed plantation. Stroll through the world famous avenue Isle of Palms directory wives oaks, planted in Explore the Gullah culture through one of a kind live presentations.
Visit the Black History in America exhibit on display in 8 original slave cabins. Tour the plantation home and take a guided coach tour across the entire plantation. Beautiful Atlantic beaches!! The Isle of Palms beach is only 7 miles away, and has plenty of parking, either all day or metered parking, so you can enjoy as long as you want.
The Isle of Palms also offers free public restrooms and free showers. Enjoy lunch overlooking the beach at one of the many restaurants, or cool off at one of several ice cream parlors. The Isle of Palms also has an exciting night life, with bars and restaurants right along the beach. Middleton Place is a carefully preserved 18th-century plantation, which houses America's oldest landscaped gardens, House Museum and Plantation Stableyards.
Experience African American focus tours, carriage tours, kayak tours and horseback riding.
Located approximately 30 miles from the campground. Honor our bravest heroes, and hear first hand stories from veterans of four wars who fought for our freedom. Patriots Point is located about 8 miles from the campground. The Magnolia Plantation has been the original ancestral home of the Drayton family for over three centuries. It is the centerpiece of Ashley River history, and played important roles in the early days of settlement the Revolutionary War and Civil War. Besides offering the oldest major public garden in America, it is also America's oldest man-made attraction, having been open to the public annually since the late 's.
Visitors can enjoy canoe, bike and walking nature trails, picnic areas, a acre rice field waterfowl refuge, a "street" of antebellum cabins, a Biblical garden which was pictured in Time Magazine, a petting zoo of plantation animals, and much more. Located about 30 miles from the campground.
With more to explore everyday, the Charleston Aquarium is the perfect place to share in the fun and excitement of South Carolina's wildlife and wild places. See over amazing animals like river otters, sharks, and loggerhead sea,turtles, get hands on experience at the Touch Tank, or try your hand at Feeding the Rays.
Visit South Carolina's only Sea Turtle Hospital, check out the 4-D theater, or be mesmerized by the rare, only 50 in the whole world, albino American Alligator. Located on beautiful Charleston Harbor in downtown Charleston, 10 miles from the campground. The Angel Oak has come to symbolize Charleston. The Angel Oak Tree is estimated to be in excess of years old, stands From tip to tip Its longest branch distance is ft. The Angel Oak Tree is thought to be one of the oldest living things in the country.
The City of Charleston now owns the property. Located about 22 miles from the campground. Experience America's only tea plantation on quiet Wadmalaw Island. View acres and acres of breathtaking tea plants as far as the eye can see. Learn first hand how tea is made during an informative factory tour, take an enjoyable ride through the tea fields Isle of Palms directory wives visit the unique gift shoppe. Located about 33 miles from the campground. Imagine this The South demanded that Fort Sumter be vacated. The North refused.
Finally, on April 12,South Carolina Confederate troops from nearby Fort Johnson fired on the fort-the start of a two day bombardment that resulted in the surrender of Fort Sumter by Union troops. With the North's withdrawal, the South held the fort until it was finally evacuated on February 17, During that time, the fort experienced one of the longest sieges in modern warfare. For almost two years, 46, shells, estimated at more than 7 million pounds of metal, were fired at Fort Sumter.
For these reasons and more, Fort Sumter remains one of the most ificant historic monuments in the United states. Tours depart from 2 locations, Patriots Point which is about 8 miles from the campground, and from downtown Charleston, which is 10 miles from the campground. Inthe Hunley became the world's first successful combat submarine when she sank the USS Housatonic.
Lost for over a century, she was raised from the sea inand now scientists are working to solve the mystery of her disappearance. Feel what it was like to be a crewmember through new interactive exhibits and see, the real Hunley in her 90, gallon conservation tank, artifacts found during excavation of the submarine, including the legendary gold coin that saved the Hunley Captain's life, crank a Hunley replica and excavate artifacts, facial reconstruction of the Hunley crew and much, much,more.
Tours available Saturday and Sundays only. Shem Creek is one of the highlights of Charleston, South Carolina. Both boating and seafood aficionados have plenty to do here since Shem Creek is the best spot in town for eating on the water. With fresh seafood coming in daily from the locally-parked shrimp boats, visitors are sure to get the best seafood in town! The public access boat landing is right up the creek- just under the bridge- and is used by kayakers, jet skiers, and small watercraft.
There was an error gathering form errors. Check in. Check out. Guests Select Guests Kids Free Pets No Pets. Pet Policy. Equipment Select Equipment Length ft Feet. With Slideouts? Slideouts No Slideouts. KOA Holiday Campgrounds. Public Beaches Beautiful Atlantic beaches!! Middleton Place Middleton Place is a carefully preserved 18th-century plantation, which houses America's oldest landscaped gardens, House Museum and Plantation Stableyards. Magnolia Plantation The Magnolia Plantation has been the original ancestral home of the Drayton family for over three centuries. Charleston Aquarium With more to explore everyday, the Charleston Aquarium is the perfect place to share in the fun and excitement of South Carolina's wildlife and wild places.
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