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Cool little place, so atmospheric around sunset, creepy even (in a fun way). The paved path to it is covered in graffiti (its a tradition). Mostly positive messages, although you do get the occasional jerk making obscene images. I think it used to be all...More
I can’t even describe this beach. It’s such a cool spot. The walk from the parking lot is a little long but worth it. We went on a cloudy, windy day which made it feel almost surreal. One of my favorite stops on from the...More
I have been wanting to do this for 5 years and was finally in the area at the right time. I booked ahead for the 1 morning a month the tide is low enough. The weather wasn't perfect for a monumental sunrise, however, I still...More
This place is so stunning and surreal! Its a long walk to get to the beach, so I recommend wearing good shoes. You can get some pretty amazing photographs. For the amount of car parked in the lot, you found yourself secluded and didn't run...More
My husband and I were visiting our Myrtle Beach time share and explored options for places to visit near Charleston. We found this beach on Trip Advisor and are so thankful for the recommendation. We look forward to returning!
The beach was the highlight of...More
We had a great day with costal expeditions! Will the captain did a tremendous job sharing information about the entire area. Nick the first mate was wonderful. The beach is absolutely incredible. Well worth the 1 1/2 mile walk. I highly recommend this trip for...More
This is a beautiful beach with amazing driftwood sculptures( old trees, Etc) left to dazzle the eye. It is very peaceful here if you come early. It is also a great place to view sea birds of many types. Make sure to bring water and...More
We went out for the day on the 9am boat. About a half hour walk to the beach and then we had it to ourselves except for the 6 others in the boat with us. The walk down to the boneyard was great at low...More
We took the afternoon Ferry (12.30) to Bulls Island, seeing dolphins on the way and listening to an expert guide who told us about the ecosystem of this estuary. After30 minutes we landed on Bulls Island, and had a very hot but very rewarding walk...More
My family went on Coastal Expeditions Friday trip- which was the last full day of our 8 day Charleston trip. We all agreed this was the highlight of our vacation! We saw dolphins in the water, a loggerhead sea turtle, and loved exploring the island....More