In South Carolina’s Lowcountry certain things are just in our nature. A rich history. A warm welcome. And a love of good food, good people, and the great outdoors. We are a land steeped in American history. Traditions. And Gullah culture.
The Lowcountry is a place. A beautiful, wonderful, historic place – but it’s also an experience. One that is the opposite of expected. And while off the beaten path, it’s just off I95. Truth be told, we know you won’t be able to stay off social media forever, so go ahead and share all these NATURALLY AMAZING places and experiences by posting your best pics, videos and boomerangy things with #naturallyamazinglowcountry and #naturallyamazingstateparks.
Just down the Lowcountry road in Yemassee, discover another one-of-a-kind experience at Fletcher’s Finds. Both a restaurant and antique store, this unassuming café found itself just named the best place for comfort food in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure and Yelp.
So when that road trip calls for a spontaneous detour, throw caution to the coastal wind, and let curiosity be your guide. Take the road less traveled to the splendor and wildlife of the Blue Heron Trail and Nature Center in Ridgeland, SC. The perfect place to wander in the wonder of the great outdoors.
Follow your taste buds over to Harold’s Country Club. No golf or tennis here, just some of the most mouthwatering Southern cooking you’ll ever taste. Open only Thursday-Saturday, Harold’s attracts the attention of famous visitors, like Hollywood producer Joel Silver, who often stops by when at his Auldbrass Plantation. A few years ago he actually asked Harold to go to the plantation and show Martha Stewart how to really fry a turkey!