- Grand Strand Weekend
- South Carolina for Kids
- South Carolina Bar-B-Que
- A Midlands Weekend
- Civil War Adventures
- South Carolina Waterways
- Three Days in Horse Country
- South Carolina for Seafoodies
- South Carolina Kitsch
- Gullah and African American History
- Upstate Weekend
- South Carolina’s Top Ten for Golfers
- South Carolina’s Offbeat Festivals
- Southern Comforts
- Lowcountry Romance
- Dozier’s Waterway Guide
- A serious boater’s guide to stops on the Intracoastal Waterway, this site features a lot of solid navigational information.
- South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
- More than just a compendium of license and fee information—though there’s certainly plenty of that—this site features a lot of practical advice on how best to enjoy South Carolina’s great outdoors, whether you’re an angler, a kayaker, a bird-watcher, a hiker, or a biker.
- South Carolina State Parks
- This site offers vital historical and visitors’ information for South Carolina’s excellent, underrated network of state park sites, including camping reservations.
- U.S. Forest Service
- Much of South Carolina is covered with National Forest, and this federal site contains extensive recreational tips and information.
Nature and Environment
- Charleston Green Map
- Here you’ll find a painstakingly compiled guide to green businesses, restaurants, and organizations in the Holy City.
- Francis Beidler Forest Blog
- This site features an informative blog by a nature expert with Francis Beidler Forest, a jointly owned conservation venture of the South Carolina Audubon Society and the Nature Conservancy.
- Go Green Charleston
- The latest environmental and sustainable living news in Charleston, this site features a lot of practical and fun visitors’ information and links.
- South Carolina Waterfalls
- Allen Easler’s site provides a loving look at the waterfalls of the Palmetto State, along with great photos.
- Charleston Chow
- This site provides an unvarnished take on the local food and bev scene by a professional chef and former food critic for the Charleston Post and Courier.
- South Carolina Foodie
- Stephanie Nettis gives you an enthusiastic insider’s look at the Charleston restaurant scene, with an emphasis on what’s new and hot.
History and Background
- Charleston Wiki Project
- This Wikipedia is just for Charleston, with a resident’s point of view.
- South Carolina Information Highway
- An eclectic cornucopia of interesting South Carolina history and assorted background facts makes for an interesting Internet portal into all things Palmetto State.
- South Carolina National Heritage Corridor
- This trek covers 14 historically-key counties from the mountains to the coast. The site also features plenty of downloadable brochures.
- Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau
- This very professional and user-friendly tourism site is perhaps the best and most practical Internet portal for visitors to Charleston.
- Professionally produced downloadable MP3 walking tours covering Charleston and Beaufort are available at this site.
© Jim Morekis from Moon South Carolina, 4th Edition