Places to Go and Things to Do
If you plan to stay in Charleston there is definitely plenty for you to do. The top five activities for those visiting Charleston are Charleston's Angel Oak Tree (a must see), the Citadel Military College Dress Parade that takes place every Friday while college is in session, Charleston's Irvin House Vineyards located on the island of Wadmalaw, 25 minutes from Charleston's city limits, Marion Square Farmer's Market (open every Saturday from April through December from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.), and last but certainly not least is the Waterfront Park in historic Charleston. Of course, there are plenty of other things you can do as well, but these are the top five attractions and activities you may wish to add to your itinerary.
When you visit Charleston's islands such as the Isle of Palms, Seabrook Island and Kiawah Island there is even more to do with your time. While there are certainly plenty of beach activities for sun worshippers, you will also find other activities such as boating, fishing, kayaking, various types of water sports, boating excursions and much more. Golf is another popular activity in Charleston and its islands along with sailing expeditions and nature explorations. You could probably spend an entire month in Charleston and still not have the opportunity to do everything you want to do or see everything the region has to offer.
Planning Your Trip
Whether you are planning a relaxing trip at the beach or something more exotic, it is important to plan your trip early enough to find the right vacation home by owner to fill both your need for adventure and your budget. Charleston offers more than enough activities for couples, individuals, families, corporate get aways and friends traveling for sports or fun in the sun.
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