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Big Winter Savings at Charleston’s James Island County Park
Enjoying a warm winter in South Carolina
Escape this winter to the mild climate of Charleston, South Carolina! Here in the “Lowcountry,” stately moss-covered oaks grow right next to tropical palmetto trees, and guests are welcomed at every corner with historic homes and Southern hospitality. Take advantage of big Charleston savings this January and February at the campground and cottages of James Island County Park.
All ages and interests will find so much to experience in Charleston. And because the crowds are smaller, winter is a great time to discover this jewel of a Southern city. Each year, Charleston is consistently rated amongst the country’s top travel destinations. Here, you’ll discover scenic beaches, a historic downtown, and a county park that provides unlimited hours of recreation and activities! Best of all, everything is just minutes away from the popular RV campground and cottages of James Island County Park.
This winter, the campground and cottages of James Island County Park are offering some amazing, can’t-miss discounts. When you book a weekly stay during the months of January or February, you’ll receive a 40% discount at the park campground, or a 30% discount at the park cottages! RV campground discounts offer weekly savings of up to $132 (minimum 7-night stay), and cottage discounts provide weekly savings of up to $333 (minimum 2-night stay). But these discounts will be snatched up quickly, so spread the word to your camping friends and family today! For reservations, call 843-795-4386, or visit www.charlestoncampgrounds.com for more information.
Tucked away in a scenic park setting, James Island County Park’s RV campground is complete with full hook-ups and 24-hour security. Campers enjoy the luxury of a full-service campground store complete with propane, ice and firewood sales, an activity center, free Wi-Fi, grills, ceramic bathhouses, and laundry facilities. Other features include pull-thru sites, a dump station, wheelchair accessibility and 20/30/50 amp service.
Also nestled within James Island County Park are ten modern vacation cottages, offering a glorious view of the Stono River Marsh and equipped with all the conveniences needed for a relaxing get-away. Each cottage has three bedrooms, is fully furnished, and sleeps up to eight. Plus, enjoy a fully-stocked kitchen, bathroom, linens, phones, television, and a marsh-front screened porch.
Not to mention, when you stay at the campground or cottages of James Island County Park, you are just steps away from all the 643-acre day park has to offer. Right at your doorstep, you’ll find miles of walking and biking trails, freshwater lakes and tidal creeks for fishing and crabbing, a state-of-the-art playground, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, picnic areas, bike and boat rentals, and an off-leash dog park. Or, scale the park’s own 50-foot climbing wall, for all ages and abilities.
After enjoying the park’s amenities, hop on the round-trip shuttle, with service directly to area beaches, the Folly Beach Fishing Pier or downtown Charleston. Must-sees downtown include The Battery, Waterfront Park, the City Market, Marion Square, King Street, and Rainbow Row. Don’t forget to tour sites like Fort Sumter, Charles Towne Landing, Patriot’s Point, and the area’s historic homes and plantations. Families will delight in the South Carolina Aquarium and the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry. And of course, Charleston has long been renowned for its culinary treasures. Hundreds of area restaurants offer up some of the Lowcountry’s best dishes, like shrimp and grits, she-crab soup, and steamed oysters.
Palmetto trees, sparkling waters, colorful sunsets, pristine parklands – Charleston is a feast for the eyes. Don’t forget to travel the area and its barrier islands. Walk the Ravenel Bridge, overlooking Charleston Harbor, and discover the Mount Pleasant Waterfront Park and Pier. Take in the area’s islands, including Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, and Folly Island for waterside charm and some of the East Coast’s most beautiful beaches – and yes, the mild climate of a Charleston winter is still a great time for a walk on the beach! Visit other area parks, including Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park and Ravenel Caw Caw Interpretive Center.
Book your discount escape to Charleston’s James Island County Park campground before time runs out! Call 843-795-4386 today.