by Caroline Todd and Sidney Wait
A comprehensive guide to each of the state's 46 counties. This series of day trips explores all kinds well known and little known wonders of South Carolina. Discover both the popular and obscure spots important to the history and culture of the state. Included are listings of Chambers of Commerce, Historical societies and Annual festivals.
Revised Edition More info...
A Guide to the Palmetto State River Trails, 2nd Edition
by Gene Able and Jack Horan
From the crashing, clear waters of the Chattooga River in the northwestern mountains to the tranquil blackwater swamps of the Lowcountry, South Carolina’s rivers and streams travel about 30,000 miles__a significant amount navigable by paddle craft. More info...
The Palmetto Trail Lowcountry Guide, New Revised Edition by The Palmetto Conservation Foundation
The official guidebook to the Palmetto Trail from the Atlantic Coast at Awendaw, SC to the Wateree River. Learn the history of the Lowcountry as well as find places to see, places to eat and places to stock up on supplies. Four additional passages and fifteen newly updated, detailed trail maps will guide you along 162 miles of the Palmetto Trail, introducing you to the great variety of South Carolina's ecosystems and natural beauty.
Includes excellent maps and lots of details.
112 pages. Softcover Spiralbound. 2008.
ISBN 13: 978-0-9745284-7-2, ISBN 10: 0-9745284-7-1, $17.95**
by Benjamin Brooks and Tim Crook
Discover the Palmetto State's beautiful waterfalls. This unique guide is an essential exploring companion to every resident or visitor to South Carolina's spectacular mountains. 80 pages, 32+ stunning full-color photographs, maps, and GPS waypoints. More info...
FAVORITE FAMILY HIKES:
COASTAL FISHING IN THE CAROLINA
From Surf, Pier, and Jetty, Third Edition
Softcover, ISBN 0-89587-195-5, $16.95
by Phillip Manning
Softcover ISBN 0-89587-124-6, $13.95
Each of the fifteen walks featured in this book represents a distinctive natural environment found in South Carolina. Manning travels from the great birding trails of Cape Romain to the ancient cypresses in the black-water swamp of Francis Beidler Forest; from Santee Coastal Reserve where fifty thousand ducks winter each year to Caesars Head State Park with its huge tulip poplars. By centering each walk around one or two notable natural or historical facts, Manning weaves a rich essay about each area. He supplements these essays with practical information such as maps, details of who to contact and where to stay, and suggested reading lists.
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