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South Carolina's Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


South Carolina Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay - Treehouses, Haunted Inns, Yurts and More

Carolina Heritage Outfitters Treehouses

Carolina Heritage Outfitters' Treehouses
Carolina Heritage Outfitters was founded in 1989 and is the oldest and most respected outfitter on the Edisto River Trail. Shortly after its founding, it established the 150-acre private Edisto River Refuge with over a mile of river front on the longest, undammed blackwater river in the country. Whether floating down the Edisto on the way to your secluded site, walking on miles of trails, or relaxing on the deck of your private treehouse, you will enjoy being immersed in this fragile ecosystem. Great blue heron, egrets, wood storks, pileated woodpeckers, wood ducks, wild turkey, and deer are often seen on the refuge. Frogs and owls serenade nightly. Rental of a treehouse includes the use of a canoe and a shuttle to the put-in. Paddle in on Day 1, spend your night or nights in the treehouse and then paddle out on your last day. Unparalleled privacy and natural beauty. More Information and Photos


The Friendly Ghosts at The Inn at Merridun

The Friendly Ghosts at The Inn at Merridun     

The innkeepers of the Inn at Merridun invite you to make Merridun your home away from home. Join them in a small Southern college town where you are offered the opportunity to savor life at a more leisurely pace. Look at the beautiful colannaded homes General Sherman missed. See the South in its colorful splendor--blooming azaleas, magnolias and wisteria. Listen and you can hear the birds and squirrels, the train in the distance or the soft strains of Mozart and Beethoven? Smell the clean air, the warm chocolate of freshly baked cookies, country suppers in the oven, the fragrance of freshly cut blossoms. The Merridun beckons you to sit on her marble verandas, sip an iced drink and relive memories of a bygone era. Complete Story and Photos


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Wildwater Chattooga - Rafting & Ziplines Canopy Tours
Wildwater’s Chattooga Group Yurts are a convenient place for groups to stay when you visit the Chattooga. Nestled on the edge of the woods, overlooking Academy Lake and steps away from the Wildwater Chattooga Adventure Center, our yurts sleep up to 34 within 5 yurts. The yurts have bunk beds with mattresses for sleeping, small tables & benches, ceiling fan, large outside decks with picnic tables, power, lights and small heaters. No sheets, pillows, blankets or towels are provided.The Commons Building has 6 individual bathrooms with private showers, toilet & sink as well as 2 additional toilets & sinks. The multipurpose building also has a full indoor kitchen that includes a refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, cooking utensils, pots & pans, and silverware.  Complete Story and Photos


Caboose in Charleston KOA

Kamping Kaboose in Charleston KOA
There's no mistaking you're in the Carolina Low Country when you camp at this KOA. It's on the grounds of a real antebellum plantation! Relax along the peaceful, private lake, then hop on the free weekend hayride tour of the 377-acre, privately owned Oakland Plantation. Come see this KOA and explore the area's other famous plantations and their magnificent landscaped gardens. Sightsee in historic Charleston and stop at the Fort Sumter National Monument. Visit nearby beaches or one of 35 area golf courses. Walk next door to Blackbeard's Cove Family Fun Park and enjoy 36 holes of adventure mini golf or go for a spin on the go-carts.  Complete Story and Photos


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