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110 Holiday Rd., Summerville, SC, US, 29483

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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Miler Country Club

    Historic 18 hole golf course that was built in 1917 and features Bermuda grass greens, tight fairways, and an abundance of natural wildlife in a quaint setting.

    400 Country Club Boulevard
    Summerville, South Carolina 29483

    »CSU Field House

    CSU Field House is home to the Charleston Southern University Buccaneers basketball team. It is located in the famous Charleston Southern University. It is mainly used for basketball and hockey games. Events constantly take place in this 760-seat venue. Check the website for further event details.

    B-500
    Charleston, SC 29406

    »Legend Oaks Golf Club

    A traditional style layout built on the site of a former rice plantation, this beautiful and challenging 18-hole Championship course has been compared to Pinehurst #2 in its straightforward presentation of challenge. Spacious fairways, generous greens and staggered tees give everyone a chance to enjoy the layout. However, with water in play at half of the holes and massive oaks often standing between golfer and green, an ability to work the ball is required to score well. The greens are medium-sized and have some undulation. The signature hole is #10, a 372-yard, par 4, requiring a shot over a wetland area to an elevated green. Tee times and rates vary; contact the club or check the website.

    118 Legend Oaks Way
    Summerville, SC 29485

    »Frankie's Fun Park

    Get the family together and spend some time playing the 18-hole "tropical" miniature golf course, riding go-karts and tooling around on the bumper boats. The park also offers a large arcade, batting cage and rock climbing wall. For the really adventurous, there's the "Trampoline Thing." Golf fans are happy to send their kids off with a handful of tokens and practice their swing at the Golf Range. The Pizza Shop on site lets you spend the whole day playing. Party packages are available.

    5000 Ashley Phosphate Road
    Charleston, SC 29418

    »Lion's Beach

    Nestled on the shore of Lake Moultrie, this sandy beach is a great place for the whole family to enjoy and features a large pavilion with video games and pool tables, as well as a full service snack bar. Giant inner tube rentals are available.

    933 Lions Beach Road
    Moncks Corner, South Carolina 29461

    »Wescott Golf Club

    A 27-hole course designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan, TifEagle putting surfaces, TifSport fairways, a pro shop, and a 6,000 square foot antebellum-style clubhouse with full-service restaurant and bar.

    5000 Wescott Club Drive
    Summerville, South Carolina 29418

    »Audubon Swamp Garden

    Located on the grounds of the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, the Audubon Swamp Garden is a beautifully preserved stretch of blackwater swamp. Explore the 60 acres (24 hectares) of swamp land using their system of boardwalks, bridges and dikes. Within the garden you can see a large number of native species, including herons, egrets, turtles and alligators, along with the beautiful natural flora. Admission is only an additional eight dollars when you buy a general garden ticket.

    3550 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC 29414

    »Bee City

    Located near Givhans State Park along the historic Edisto River where tupelo trees grow, this family-owned bee farm aims to educate visitors on the importance of honey bees and the honey they produce. In addition to tours of the farm and bee production, the park offers a petting zoo for children with monkeys, lemurs, lamas and wallabies. A gift shop also features varying sizes of honey and beeswax figures and candles, lip balm, hand creams and chocolate-covered honey candy. The Bee City Café offers simple lunch fare that includes hamburgers, cheeseburgers or hot dogs, but visitors are also welcome to bring a picnic. - Natasha Lawrence

    1081 Holly Ridge Lane
    Charleston, SC 29435

    »Charles Towne Landing

    Charles Towne Landing is the site of the first South Carolina permanent English settlement. With a history dating back to 1670, the 80 acres of this park have become a living museum, featuring historical attractions, educational activities and plenty of outdoor spaces to explore. There's a visitor center that introduces kids and adults to life in colonial times. Experience hands-on activities and go on a self-guided tour of the area. Visit the Animal Forest to see species that the settlers encountered, like bears and pumas. Special events are frequent, including live cannon firings and musket demonstrations. Bring a lunch or purchase food from one of the vendors onsite. 

    1500 Old Towne Road
    Charleston, SC 29407

    »Family Circle Tennis Center

    Surrounded by lush landscape and old oaks, the Family Circle Tennis Center on Daniel Island is host to the Family Circle Cup. Located along the banks of the Wando River, this 17 court complex includes 13 composition and four hard surface courts. One of them can seat 10,000 fans! Around the courts there is a handsome two-story clubhouse with an expansive pro shop, cherry-wood floors, locker rooms and a small fitness room. Although it looks like a private club, it is, in fact, a public facility, open to all. So you can schedule a tennis vacation and get instructed on the perfect serve. And when you're not hitting those forehands, seize the opportunity to explore the historic and cultural nuances around Charleston.

    161 Seven Farms Drive
    Charleston, SC 29492

    »Smythe Park

    Smythe Park is a quiet park in an upscale neighborhood of Daniel island. It features several walkways around the large lake, where you can relax and unwind with a nice stroll. There are also picnic table and a fun playground for the kids, which make this park a great place to spend a day with family. 

    Smythe Street and Pierce Street
    Charleston, SC 29492

    »The Links at Stono Ferry

    Set amidst South Carolina Lowcountry breezes from the Intracoastal Waterway and centuries-old live oaks, The Links at Stono Ferry is a refuge from society's hustle.  A former Charleston Area Course of the Year, this championship golf course was designed by Ron Garl and offers one of the most exciting tests in all the Lowcountry. Stono Ferry is a semi-private club open to local and golf vacation play. Whether you are a local or a vacationing golfer, the wonderful golf  experience at Stono Ferry is an exceptional experience. Call for tee times, seasonal rates and more information.

    4812 Stono Links Drive
    Hollywood, SC 29449
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