Folly Beach in Charleston, South Carolina is an exciting place with many activities, sightings, and a variety of foods. So why not take trip to there?
Folly Beach is on historic Folly Island, with a beautiful view of the ocean and an open community for your kids to play on the sandy beach while you relax.
Wanna take a piece of Folly Beach home? Stop by McKevlin's Surf Shop, just a few minutes from the beach itself.
Wanna go surfing or biking on the beach? Come on in Folly Beach Bike Rentals & More for surfboards, bikes, golf carts, and kayaks.
Along the Beach
Soak up some sun and have some fun playing beach volleyball by the shore.
Help the little ones make the perfect sand castle.
Take pictures and make memories.
Do as you please, just have a good time on Folly Beach.
While on vacation, bring along the kids, and let them gains some insight on the past by visiting Fort Sumter. Built April 12, 1861 and used in two battles of the American Civil War.
Charleston City Market is in downtown Charleston and has had a culture of its own since 1841. As you stroll down this 4-block landmark, you can see basket weaving, horse buggies, and items being hand made. Opened from 9:30am-5:30pm every day. Closest to Folly Beach.
Rainbow Row is a series of thirteen colorful houses. Although it truly sucks not to be able to take a peek into these historical houses, they sure are a magnificent sighting.
The Lost Dog Cafe is cozy all-day breakfast serving place with endless coffee, salads, sandwiches, and wraps. People are allowed to bring in their dogs on a leash and enjoy a nice bone.
Woody's Pizza & Pub is a casual restaurant that serves pizza, subs, and salads. This phenomenal place is no more than 8 minutes from the beach itself.
Giving a Southern twist to seafood, the Folly Beach Crab Shack is a spectacular place to dine. Not only serving food on plate, you can order it by the bucket.
My Personal Favorite
This large pineapple is not only the center of Folly Beach Park and although appealing to the adult eye, it is an amusement park to adults: kids are allowed to climb up the play in the water.