Wednesday, August 25, 2021 / by Sonya Reiselt
In the heart of historic downtown Beaufort lies Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park, a 2-mile oasis along the water that is full of breathtaking scenery and endless opportunity for fun for all ages. Whether you have visited once while in Beaufort on vacation or you bring your family every week, it only takes moments to see why this park has become the crown jewel of Beaufort! From local eateries, incredible views, ideal terrain, and accessibility for both your children and your pets, there are countless reasons to take advantage of this Lowcountry oasis!
The park lies along the vast Beaufort River, with a seawall that expands multiple city blocks, allowing guests to get close to the water and enjoy the views of the inter-coastal waterways and everything that comes along with it. If you’re looking for a peaceful way to take in the beauty of the waterfront, grab some coffee and take a morning stroll along the pier or enjoy a sunrise walk ; ...
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
There are so many wonderful aspects of fall in the Lowcountry that we often lose track of where to start! However, one aspect that remains obvious is the abundance of trails that offer unique views of the wildlife and forestry that are native to our proud communities. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly day or a strenuous adventure, these trails will offer the best that that Lowcountry has to offer with the fall views that simply can’t be beaten!
· The Spanish Moss Trail – The Spanish Moss Trail is often considered to be the best in all of South Carolina and it’s no wonder why! This one-of-a-kind trail connects Beaufort with Port Royal and is an impressive 10 miles long. Pet-friendly and boasting unique boardwalk views of the astounding wildlife both in the water and on land, if you’re looking for just one trail to experience this fall, look no further t! ...