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27 Feb 2024
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Spring is almost here on the Charleston Coast! The flowers are begining to bloom, the weather is warming and we don't want you to miss the best time to visit the Low Country.

The Wisteria blooming, set against the pastel backdrops of Rainbow Row is not to be missed as you stroll downtown.

Here are a few other activities to check out this Spring!

The Annual Festival of House & Gardens blooms March 13 - April 18th. 

For 77 years Historic Charleston Foundation has celebrated houses, history, and culture through its annual spring programming. Tour some of the most beautiful private houses and gardens in Charleston, SC, and learn more through exciting lectures, workshops, concerts, and social gatherings at some of Charleston’s most historic landmarks.

The Charleston Festival, is a celebration of the culture, history, style, art, design and preservation of the Holy City.  During the opening weekend Charleston by Design will focus on all things design and preservation for the first four days of the Festival.

Kicking off in April, The Charleston Riverdogs begin their baseball season. Grab your family, or friends for a fun night out at the pitch during your Sweetgrass Spring Vacation.

The Cooper River Bridge Run on April 6th, is a unique opportunity to merge epic sights with athletic prowess in the best organized and best conducted 10-K race in the world. A popular activity that requires booking your vacation in advance, but is a not to be missed community building activity. Grab your running partner and book your marathon vacation today!

For a more local feel, visit one of the Charleston County Parks, for a Spring picnic or join a local event!

The Spring you can attend:

  1. Cast Off Fishing Tournaments
  2. Charleston Sprint Triathlon
  3. Cheers on the Pier
  4. Dancing on the Cooper
  5. Family Camp Jam
  6. Golf Tournament
  7. Inclusive Swim Night
  8. Inclusive Superhero Dance
  9. Lowcountry Cajun Festival
  10. Moonlight Mixers
  11. Palmetto Park Jam
  12. Starlight Yoga
  13. Sunrise Yoga
  14. Toast Under the Oaks
  15. Wheel to Surf Adaptive Surfing
  16. Yappy Hour

Book a home on Isle of Palms, stroll the nearby Sullivan's Island restaurants and shops after a nice beach walk. For a casual classic hit lunch at Poe's Tavern, or Sullivan's Fish Camp

If you're staying on Kiawah or Seabrook, be sure to try the wood-fired pizza at La Tela. The mushroom, fig or ricotta pizzas are some of our favorites. You can stroll around Freshfields Village, grab ice cream at Ben & Jerry's or a cold frozé to go at Co-op.