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Wow! I live in the area but this place never gets old. The outline of Fort Wagner can still be seen and the shells and sharks teeth are everywhere. The island is only accessible by boat so the surrounding beaches are pristine and there are...More
Morris Island Lighthouse, located on the south side of the entrance to Charleston Harbor in South Carolina, north of the City of Folly Beach, once protected the shipping lanes leading to the harbor and what has become one of the busiest ports in the United...More
This lighthouse is out on the water but we visited Folly Beach and walked the quarter-mile to it. It is a nice paved walk out to the beach. There is a driftwood area and also a jetty area that are secluded in February on a...More
We had some spare time while in Charleston so we drove over to Folly Beach to check out this lighthouse. It is on a sandbar off the coast, so you can't actually get to the lighthouse, but you can get a pretty good view of...More
Driving down to Folly Beach, walking along the beach, taking pictures of driftwood & the lighthouse, and picking up seashells -- all part of a couple of very well spent hours on a warm (for the season) sunny day. Would recommend.
Our guide Trip gave stopped along the way and gave us great information. We learned SO much and even saw dolphins. When we got to Morris island I was in awe of all the shells. I found an awesome conch shell. I would take this...More
As mentioned in other reviews, you can park and walk up a 1/4 mile stretch of pavement to the beach area. A word of warning, there is NO cover from the sun so, on a hot summer day, that short walk can be brutal for...More
I went in winter so the lighthouse was inaccessible by boat but it was still very nice! We walked down to the water's edge through the park and while a bit of a walk it was definitely worth it. The beach was quiet and offered...More