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Edisto Beach State Park

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Edisto Beach State Park, South Carolina

Maybe skip Edisto Beach State Park if you DON’T want to fall in love. With its environmental education movement, handicapped accessible trails, and gorgeous views, Edisto Beach is the beginning of Read more...
Maybe skip Edisto Beach State Park if you DON’T want to fall in love. With its environmental education movement, handicapped accessible trails, and gorgeous views, Edisto Beach is the beginning of your newfound love for nature. Start off at the Environmental Learning Center for a scheduled program or a look around. Get to the trails for a peek at a perfect combo of forest, marsh, and beach. Check out the shells along the way; our minds are racing with all the nature craft possibilities! Swim in the Atlantic, picnic at the shelters, and camp out for the weekend. You won’t regret it!
Edisto Beach Campground
Victoria
Victoria : This is a good campground close to the beach and to Charleston. Not too expensive. However there are...
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Kammi
Kammi: Gorgeous and peaceful, although fills up in the weekends
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Casey
Casey: Park right on lot and camp in woods but near everything. Water , stores , even church , etc. . . .