Econo Lodge Charleston

2237 Savannah Hwy., Charleston, South Carolina, 29414, United States
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Any public beaches without renting hotel space


What beach is near Goose Creek, SC that is public without staying in a hotel for entrance?

Re: Any public beaches without renting hotel space

by grandmaR

Goose Creek isn't really near any ocean beaches.

Re: Any public beaches without renting hotel space

by SBloom

There are public beaches on Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, and Folly Beach. Parking can be hard to find at the first two. Folly Beach has a larger parking area.

Re: Any public beaches without renting hotel space

by grandmaR

But are they really near Goose Creek?

Re: Any public beaches without renting hotel space

by SBloom

No, you are right; they're not VERY close to Goose Creek, but they are the CLOSEST ! Sometimes ya just gotta drive if ya wanna get wet, right?

Re: Any public beaches without renting hotel space

by grandmaR

I wondered what beaches were nearby to Goose Creek that you DID have to pay to go to. IOW why did they put the question that way?

Perhaps they need to re-think their hotel choice because they don't know the Charleston area geography very well and were seduced by a cheap rate (Goose Creek does have cheap motels).

If I wanted a beach vacation, I wouldn't want to drive an hour to get from my hotel to the beach. If the beach is just maybe a day trip, it would be one thing, but this sounds like the person doesn't want that. (Hard to tell from the question.)

If I just wanted to get wet, I'd use the hotel pool. (Assuming they are staying in a hotel and not with family or something.)

Travel Tips for Charleston

See Fort Sumpter...It's where...

by ferdnbean

See Fort Sumpter...It's where the' War between the States' (Civil War) began. The boat ride back from Sumpter to Charleston also provides you with a stunning view of the 'holy city'.
The city itself...take a walking or carriage tour of Charleston. It's worth the expense.
Don't miss out on another great fort to see when in Charleston, Fort Maultrie, on the coastline just north of the Charleston Bay...a coastal defense fort that was used from the Civil war through WWII.It is preserved now as a WWII defense fort and is almost like stepping back in time.
Don't see any of Charleston UNTIL you go to the Visitor Center. It is one of the nicest visitor centers I have been to.
Another point of great interest to some is the Patriots Landing area where there are several naval vessels including the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier is docked. The YORKTOWN is a floating naval air museum, with over 40 different types of aircraft to view on the hangar deck. The quaint and unique architechture of Charleston in addition to the dozens of churches in the city (somewhere near 70, I believe). The market area in the center of town is unique,affording some good buys on souvenirs. There is also an abundance of good eateries and drinking establishments in the heart of the city.

The Nathaniel Russell House,...

by Stevel47

The Nathaniel Russell House, 51 Meeting Street, was built in 1808-11 by a Rhode lslander who made a large fortune as a Charleston merchant. This house is considered one of the most outstanding Adamesque houses in America. lt contains a free flying staircase rising three floors without visible support.

Charlestonians are very proud...

by LeavingSoon

Charlestonians are very proud people. Charleston has been voted the most polite city numerous years in a row. Don't be mislead. Charlestonians are only polite to those who are willing to spend $400 a night in a hotel room and follow up with a $150 per person meal. Other than that, you're going to deal with normal people who may or may not be particularly nice. . when you go into a restaurant and order TEA, you will be given SWEETENED ICED TEA. Don't be rude to the server about this. Just point out nicely that you wanted unsweet/hot/whatever instead. They'll take this alot better than if you snottily spit out 'I wanted UNsweet tea, lady!' There is also a big debate concerning the Confederate flag. Some people love it, some people hate it. Please don't offer your opinion on this matter, as you will undoubtedly say the wrong thing to the wrong person and get into something you probably wish you hadn't. Best to stay away from this as much as possible. Also, PLEASE don't tell us how you do it somewhere else. We will be more than happy to tell you nicely or not to go back there post haste. Don't complain about the weather (we hate it too). Don't complain about the drivers (we hate them too...most of them are tourists anyways). Don't complain about the prices (70% of Charleston's revenue comes from Tourism. That means you. That means that everything in the city, from rent to groceries is geared towards YOU). If there are things that you don't like about charleston, do us Charlestonians a favour...don't complain about it. You have the power to do something about it....DONT COME BACK!

Angel Oak

by MandaJ320

Angel Oak is located on John's island. It is a huge tree, and very beautiful. It's estimated to be 1400 years old. (Probably the oldest tree on the east coast.) The limbs of the tree stretch out longer than the height of the tree, and then re-root in the ground, and come back up again. There is no charge, and it's really worth seeing.

Old Sheldon Church. This is a...

by klstomi

Old Sheldon Church. This is a day trip to Beaufort. Follow 17S. Immediately past the exit to Beaufort (there's only one) Old Sheldon Church Rd is on the right. Take it for about 1/2 mile and Old Sheldon Church is on right. It is the burnt out (Revolution & Sherman) remains of a planters' church. Live oaks, tombs etc. Southern gothic at it's best!


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Address: 2237 Savannah Hwy., Charleston, South Carolina, 29414, United States