299 Wingo Way
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 856-5000
Fax: (843) 856-5050
299 Wingo Way & US 17 Bypass N, Mount Pleasant, SC, US, 29464
- Phone: (843) 856-5000
- Fax: (843) 856-5050
Designed by popular golf architect William Byrd, this magnificent 18 hole, par 72 golf course is situate on a secluded peninsula and is surrounded by the waters of the Charleston Harbor. Both walking paths and carts are available, as well as golf packages.
A wide variety of fishing charters in the Charleston Lowcountry are available with this full service guide company that specializes in offshore, near shore, and inshore fishing charters.
Over the Ravenel Bridge from Charleston, off Coleman Boulevard at Shem Creek, where the shrimp boats are docked, visitors can stroll 2,200 foot (670 meter) of boardwalks to view 43 acres (17 hectares) of marsh land, Hummock Island and Charleston Harbor. There are commercial docks, where you can catch a ride by boat or buy fresh fish. The neighborhood is noted for its excellent seafood restaurants, marinas, nature tours and hotels. Visitors who come by car will find ample free parking and public restrooms. This is a great opportunity to take a close look at working boats, dine at one of the popular joints or purchase the day's fresh catch.
For those curious about the natural water wonders around Charleston, Nature Adventures take small groups on saltwater and blackwater tours. Experienced guides take you on guided expeditions of the wetlands and rivers via kayaks or canoes. Learn about the colonies of shorebirds and see colorful wildflowers, Native American ruins and old rice plantations. Two- and three-hour tours are offered. All day and overnight trips are also available. Check the website or call for more information. No experience is necessary.
Located across the harbor from Charleston, South Carolina's most historic city, Patriots Point is a par-72, championship golf course with the feel of the great links courses of Scotland. The layout is set on a secluded peninsula, surrounded by the waters of Charleston Harbor. The ever-changing wind that typically sweeps across the harbor also shapes the personality of the challenge from one round to the next. Patriots Point is known for the consistent quality of its putting surfaces, cooler temperatures in the summer months and the three beautiful, but challenging, finishing holes. Call for tee times.
Providing two sailing facilities in the Charleston area, this sailing academy is known as "America's Premier Sailing School" and offers sailing seven days a week for your enjoyment and scheduling convenience. Classes are structured to suit all levels and provide US Sailing Certification.
The best way to explore South Carolina's coast is on kayak. Coastal Expeditions provides exquisite tours and services to complete your Mount Pleasant itinerary. Take a boat ride to Bull's Island with their friendly and nature-loving guides or be your own navigator aboard their rented kayaks to discover the mesmerizing beauty the town has to offer. Wildlife enthusiasts be on the lookout for alligators and exotic birds sightings. Whether or not you love the outdoors, these family-oriented excursions guarantee a fun and memorable time for all.
The Cooper Rive Bridge (officially known as the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge) connects Downtown Charleston with Mount Pleasant. Along the bridge's 1,546 feet (471 m) span, there are two separate lanes for running and biking. This is the perfect place to get some great exercise while looking over the beautiful harbor that the bridge crosses.
Charleston Fishing Guide specializes in near-shore and inshore fishing trips and charter fishing around the Mount Pleasant, Charleston, Isle of Palms, North Charleston, and Sullivan's Island, areas. Large, stable fishing boat with tackle and bait provided. Eco tours also available.
Don't miss Charleston Waterfront Park, on the East coast of the peninsula. Spanning over 1,000 feet along Charleston Harbor, this is a must-see for any walking tour of the city. Sit on one of several family-sized swings on the pavilion and watch ships come and go. Find an old-fashioned park bench in a shady spot and watch people stroll by as children romp on the large green lawns and run along the palm tree-lined walkways. Two enormous fountains invite children to splash and play in the cool waters.
An arena which has facilities for many sports like basketball, racquetball, volleyball and badminton. With an excellent hardwood floored basketball court, it is named after Head Men's Basketball Coach John Kresse. The arena has hosted many major tournaments and is buzzing with matches in many seasons. So do catch up with the latest basketball games in South Carolina.
The attack on Fort Sumter was Charleston's first experience in the Civil War, but certainly not the most vivid. In 1863, The Union and Confederate armies descended on the port city in a siege that virtually devastated the town. The tour was founded and is led by export tour guide who will introduce you to people, places and events that shaped that pivotal period of Charleston's history. Reservations are required and the tour is for groups of 20 people or more. Call for tour times.