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It is common to get South Carolina thoroughly confused with North Carolina. But these two states are almost completely dissimilar. South Carolina is situated very near to the Appalachian Mountains, the oldest chain of rocks in the United States. It borders the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern coast. Combed over by the Spaniards in the early 1500’s, South Carolina is a member of the earliest thirteen colonies that were here before the birth of our country. Hernando Desoto visited Carolina in 1540 and initiated colonization. South Carolina officially became a state on May 23, 1788.

South Carolina, over the years, has become a popular site for Spring Breakers, with its miles of white sandy beaches and hospitable resorts. A traditional destination for those seeking warmth and sun, Hilton Head Island has over 12 miles of beaches, allowing for hours of relaxation and sunbathing. Not only are the beaches a great aspect of South Carolina, but so is the golfing. Hilton Head boasts some of the finest golf courses and tennis courts in the region.

One of the most famous beaches in South Carolina is Myrtle Beach. Putting the previously-mentioned island to shame, Myrtle Beach has nearly 60 miles of fresh sandy beaches and almost every tropical activity one can think of including fishing, biking, golfing, etc. For more information on businesses associated with the renting of materials or locations, please look into the local business directory.

Charleston, known as Charles Town in the times of the colonies, has a reputation for being the most tolerable of a wide-variation of religions in the area. Charleston is a historically-preserved town with more than 70 pre-revolutionary buildings still standing. South Carolina is an integral portion of our nation’s earliest recorded history.

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