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Charleston in January?

by blotsky

Any thoughts? (Please keep them encouraging as we've already booked the trip.) We'll be there for 4 nights, midweek and while it'll be warmer than here in Jersey, we're not expecting balmy tropical breezes.
Thanks in advance.

Re: Charleston in January?

by jodifox

I live in Savannah Ga. Charlestons sister city. Its a charming city but dont get in a hurry we move slow down here! And it wont be as cold but it does get brisk. I am sure you will enjoy it and the surrounding area.

Travel Tips for Charleston

Charleston, South Carolina is...

by Beachdave

Charleston, South Carolina is a walking city. You have the history of the city and the houses which have been built since it was first founded. There is the history before the war between the states, the history during the war and the history after the war. Charleston is a thriving city with health care, tourism, working seaport, education and high tech industries. Going to the Battery located in a park by the harbor and watching the boats go by.

This is a typical Charleston...

by Stevel47

This is a typical Charleston area cypress swamp. There are two that you can tour. Cypress Gardens in Moncks Corner and Magnolia Plantation and its Gardens up Hwy 61 in West Ashley. I'll add them under attractions when time permits.

Watch the Weather Channel

by TheTravelingNerd

pack light Just pack for the weather really. If it's spring or fall just have a few light layers and comfortable shoes. If it's winter which is November to February wear layers and a light jacket. Rarely would you ever need gloves, scarf or hat. In my whole life growing up here and now I have never and never seen anyone wear those. In the summer it can get very hot and humid from the end of May-August. Pretty much wear as little as possible, but keep in mind it will get a litle cooler at night so there is some relief from the heat. only if you're camping Wear sunscreen and if you're camping bug repellent. the mosquitos can get bad near marsh and the woods.

Go to Sullivans Island

by hslowe

If you want to get away from it all, I suggest driving over the bridge through Mt. Pleasant to Sullivan's Island, a quiet little beachfront community that has a great atmosphere. As soon as you pull into town there is a little pub called Dunleavy's, where you can get a Guinness or a Bass or whatever and sit with the locals and their dogs, enjoying the sunshine. It is a very relaxing place.

Also on Sullivans is Fort Moultrie, a national monument where you can see 171 years of history of seacoast defense, including the first decisive victory in the American Revolution and the firing onto Fort Sumter during the first battle of the Civil War. The third Fort Moultrie, built in 1809, stands today. In touring the fort, you can see how coastal defenses have evolved.

Edgar Allan Poe was stationed at Ft. Moultrie on Sullivans Island for a year. He later set his first published story, The Gold Bug, on Sullivans Island, incorporating coastal Carolina pirate lore.

Sullivans Island is 10 miles from Charleston.

Boone Plantation is hardly off...

by richiecdisc

Boone Plantation is hardly off the beaten path but if you are without car, it might seem so as it's far out of town on Mount Pleasant. It's pricey at $15 per person but there is quite a bit to see and a must for anyone that has enjoyed 'Gone With the Wind.' This is the Avenue of the Oaks, the main road that majestically brings you to the still functioning plantation.

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