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South Carolina Holiday and Vacation Rentals for Rent By Owner

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*Charleston
Title/Location: Charlotte Street Cottage. Quiet residential street in downtown historic area - walk to everything.
Property Type: House   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 1.5

*Edisto Beach
Title/Location: Beautiful, secluded, and gated family condominium overlooking lagoon and golf course.
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 3   Baths: 2

*Fripp Island
Title/Location: Fripp Island, Beaufort 20 min, Charleston 90 min, Savannah 60 min
Property Type: Cottage   Accommodates: 12   Bedrooms: 4   Baths: 3

*Harbor Island
Title/Location: Beautiful Oceanfront Villa On Harbor Island - Close to Beaufort, SC: 1 hour to Charleston, SC ; 1 hour to Savannah, GA.
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 1   Baths: 1.5

*Hilton Head Island
Title/Location: Palmetto Dunes Plantation - Charming, cozy, and new villa on the rental market.
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 1   Baths: 1.5

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: The Greens, Shipyard Plantation - Newly Remodeled Villa located on golf couse, 5 minute walk to beach.
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 1   Baths: 1.5

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Hilton Head - Ocean front villa in desirable South Forest Beach, Hilton Head, S.C.
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 1   Baths: 1

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Brigantine Quarters unit 256
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Hilton Head
Property Type: Cottage   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Hilton Head, Located 45 minutes from Savannah, Georgia Airport
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Hilton Head, Palmetto Dunes - Villamare - Moorings - 25 yds to Beach
Property Type: Cottage   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 3

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Hilton Head, Shipyard Plantation
Property Type: Condo   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Hilton Head
Title/Location: Private Home w/private pool
Property Type: House   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 3   Baths: 2.5

*Hilton Head Island
Title/Location: South Carolina Condo Vacation Rental Fully furnished 1 BR/1 BA, Indoor Heated Pool! 3 Tennis Courts & more... Sleeps 4
Property Type: Condo   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 1   Baths: 1

*Hilton Head Island
Title/Location: Hilton Head Island, Sea Pines Resort, 30 min drive to Savannah`s historic waterfront district
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Hilton Head Island
Title/Location: Palmetto Dunes Resort Villa Located near the Villamare villas, this vacation home is just a short walk to the pool, FREE tennis, the beach, & the Fazio Golf Course
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Kiawah Island
Title/Location: Kiawah Island, Near Charleston
Property Type: Villa   Accommodates: 4   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: Oceanfront Condo in Myrtle Beach, just minutes from the airport.
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: Myrtle Beach North - oceanfront north myrtle beach condo, windy hill area
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 7   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: 3 BR 2 Bath Oceanfront Condo. The complex has 21 pool feature including 6 indoor & outdoor pools, 3 indoor & outdoor Lazy Rivers, Jacuzzi hot tubs & kiddie pools.
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 3   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: North Myrtle Beach - Direct Ocean Front 2BR Condo. The condo is centrally located in the heart of Windy Hill. It is just down the street to Barefoot Landing, Alabama Theatre and House Of Blues.
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: Myrtle Beach - Luxury Ocean Front Suite. Ocean Forest Plaza is located ceanfront in the exclusive Ocean Forest section of Myrtle Beach. Close to the Pavillion, Carolina Opry, Dixie Stampede and Broadway at the Beach. Also close to many of the best golf courses around.
Property Type: Condominium   Accommodates: 4-6   Bedrooms: 1   Baths: 1

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: Myrtle Beach
Property Type: Condo   Accommodates: 6   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: Myrtle Beach
Property Type: Condo   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Myrtle Beach
Title/Location: Myrtle Beach
Property Type: Condo   Accommodates: 8   Bedrooms: 2   Baths: 2

*Pawley's Island
Title/Location: Ocean Views N Litchfield Beach, SC. This secluded location has all the charm of restful beach retreats in the 1950's, but just minutes to Myrtle Beach for family fun and recreation.
Property Type: House   Accommodates: 12   Bedrooms: 5   Baths: 3

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South Carolina Holiday and Vacation Travel Information

Description

South Carolina provides a number of state and federally administered recreation facilities to entice recreationists of all types. The state can be split into four distinct regions: Upland country, central South Carolina, the Grand Strand and the southern coast. The Upland region encompasses the land in the northwest corner of the state. The Savannah River forms the western border of this region, separating Georgia from South Carolina. Lakes formed by damming the Savannah, Richard B. Russell Lake and J. Strom Thurmond Lake, are popular recreation sites. The Sumter National Forest occupies 360,000 acres of land in this region.

Central South Carolina lies between Interstates 95, 77 and 20. The region contains portions of several major rivers in the state: the Savannah, Congaree, Catawba and Pee Dee. This area is characterized by slow wide waterways and tobacco and cotton fields. Many of the large plantations in South Carolina, so intricate in southern history, are located in this region. Natural areas include Carolina National Wildlife Refuge, Manchester State Forest, Congaree Swamp National Monument and Aiken State Park.

The Grand Strand includes 60 miles of wide, white sand beaches from Myrtle Beach to Charleston. This area attracts more tourists than any other region of the state. Beaches, state parks and the Marion National Forest provide recreation opportunities in this area. The Pee Dee and Little Pee Dee Rivers join and flow into the Inter coastal waterway immediately south of Myrtle Beach.

From Charleston southward along the coast barrier islands have been formed and create a myriad of waterways. This area is best known for the resorts of Hilton Head Island, but unique cultural and natural resources exist here as well. The Savannah National Wildlife Refuge and Hunting Island State Park provide excellent opportunities for visitors to enjoy the diverse flora and fauna of the coastal plain.

Recreation

Recreation in the natural areas of South Carolina include fishing, hiking and camping. Because this state has 200 miles of shoreline most visitors and locals enjoy water-oriented sports. Many people come to the region to enjoy the plethora of golf courses in the resort areas.

Climate

South Carolina has a mild climate that remains warm throughout the year. Humidity is a major factor in the summer months as the temperatures rise to 95 degrees F. July is the hottest time of the year, during which Columbia has an average high temperature of 92 degrees. The coastal and mountain towns average slightly lower temperatures. During the winter months temperatures dip into the 40s, but rarely remain there for long. Average January temperatures throughout the state range from 50 to 60 degrees F. Snow rarely falls, and if it does it doesn't remain for long. Most of the precipitation comes to the region during July in summer thundershowers.

Description - The Lowcountry region offers a multitude of recreation attractions. The Francis Marion National Forest lies near the coast, on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, between Charleston and Georgetown. The area also includes numerous State Parks, many of which lie along the coast. Myrtle Beach State Park is one such park and lies in the heart of the Grand Strand. This park is one of the last remaining natural areas along the northern South Carolina coast. The region offers several State Historic Parks and National Historic Sites, mostly centered near Charleston. In addition, most of the National Wildlife Refuges in South Carolina are located in the Lowcountry region along coastal or tidal waters. Recreation - This region offers excellent outdoor recreation opportunities, many of which are water based. The National Forest and the State Parks offer opportunities for activities such as camping, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and more. The Wildlife Refuges provide opportunities for bird watching, wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, environmental education and viewing scenery. The areas historic sites provide visitors the opportunity to explore the region's very interesting past.

Climate - South Carolina generally has a temperate climate, with cool winters and warm, humid summers. Snow and freezing temperatures are possible in the winter at the higher elevations. Thunderstorms are possible throughout the year but most common in the spring and summer. Tropical storms occasionally strike the coast during the hurricane season.

Location - The Lowcountry Region of South Carolina includes the Atlantic coast and the coastal plain. It covers the area south and east from Sumter. The region includes Charleston, Hilton Head Island, and Myrtle Beach. Interstates 95 and 26, and US Highway 17 lead through the area.

The Midlands region of South Carolina incorporates the southern most Piedmont area, between the Appalachian Mountains to the west and the Atlantic coastal plain to the east. The region includes large portions of the Sumter National Forest, in two sections, around the towns of Whitmire and Greenwood. The Enoree and Tyger Rivers, both popular for canoeing, both flow through the Sumter. The three State Forests, Harbison, Sand Hills and Manchester, all lie in this region.

The region offers several very large lakes and reservoirs. J. Strom Thurmond and Russell Lakes are located along the Savannah River. Lake Murray, Lake Greenwood and Lake Wateree are located in the middle of the state, not far from Columbia. Most of these large reservoirs have State Parks located along their shores. The Congaree Swamp National Monument, the Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge and several State and National Historic Sites are also found in this region.

Recreation - This region offers many wide ranging outdoor recreation opportunities. The large reservoirs offer boating, water skiing, fishing and other water based activities. The National Forest and the State Parks offer opportunities for activities such as camping, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and more. The Enoree and Tyger Rivers, on the Sumter National Forest, provide popular canoe trips. The Sandhills Wildlife Refuge provides opportunities for bird watching, wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, hiking and viewing scenery. The areas historic sites provide visitors the opportunity to explore the region's past.

Climate - South Carolina generally has a temperate climate, with cool winters and warm, humid summers. Snow and freezing temperatures are possible in the winter at the higher elevations. Thunderstorms are possible throughout the year but most common in the spring and summer. Tropical storms occasionally strike the coast during the hurricane season.

Location - The Midlands Region of South Carolina includes the middle portion of the state, between the Upcountry to the northwest and the Low country to the southeast. The Midlands includes the capital city of Columbia. Interstates 20, 26 and 77 lead through this region.

South Carolina's northwest corner serves as a gateway to the mountains. This is an area of high plateaus and mountains, with elevations reaching over 3,500 feet. The Blue Ridge mountains are forested and steep, some places penetrable only along narrow passes cut by cliff-walled rivers. From the mountain heights, some of the rivers plunge hundreds of feet. A favorite destination of hikers is the 400-foot Raven Cliff Falls, in northern Greenville County near Caesars Head. The Andrew Pickens Ranger District on the Sumter National Forest, covers a large part of this region. The Andrew Pickens includes the Ellicott Wilderness, and the Chattooga Wild and Scenic River amongst other attractions. Numerous State Parks are scattered throughout the region, including Jones Gap, Caesars Head, Table Rock, and Oconee. Keowee-Toxaway and Lake Hartwell State Parks both sit on large lakes. Cowpens National Battlefield commemorates a decisive battle that helped turn the tide of the Revolutionary War in the South.

Recreation - This mountainous region offers outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities. The National Forest and the State Parks offer opportunities for activities such as hiking, camping, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, horseback riding, viewing scenery and more. The Chattooga River offers kayaking, canoeing, rafting, fishing and sightseeing. The large reservoirs offer boating, water skiing, fishing and other water based activities. The Cowpens National Battlefield provides visitors the opportunity to view a significant historic site.

Climate - South Carolina generally has a temperate climate, with cool winters and warm, humid summers. Snow and freezing temperatures are possible in the winter at the higher elevations. Thunderstorms are possible throughout the year but most common in the spring and summer. Tropical storms occasionally strike the coast during the hurricane season.

Location - The Upstate Region of South Carolina is located in the northwest corner of the state. It includes the cities of Greenville and Spartanburg. Interstates 85 and 26 both lead through the area.