Fishing, walking, birding, and the opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views of the "Edge of America" are just some of the possibilities at the Edwin S. Taylor Folly Beach Fishing Pier, where you can find some of the best saltwater fishing in the area. The pier is a breathtaking landmark that stretches 1,045 feet into the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Fort Sumter is a sea fort in Charleston, South Carolina, notable for two battles of the American Civil War. It was one of a number of special forts planned after the War of 1812, combining high walls and heavy masonry, and classified as Third System, as a grade of structural integrity. Work started in 1829, but was incomplete by 1860, when South Carolina seceded from the Union.
The history of Folly Beach Island is a story of pirates, shipwrecks, soldiers, and dancing. It is a story of the hardships and hurricanes that have shaped a thriving beachside community. Folly Island was named after its coastline which was once densely packed with trees and undergrowth, as the Old English name for such an area was "Folly." The first official document that mentions the island is a land grant from King William III to William Rivers that dates to September 9, 1696.
Flipper Finders Boat and Sea Kayak Tour Co. is a full-service adventure outfitter for guided inshore charters near Charleston, South Carolina. You’ll find us at the edge of the beautiful Folly River- a short walk from Folly Beach. Most tours encounter a variety of wildlife including bottlenose dolphin, shore birds, sharks, turtles, crabs, and starfish. Let one of our knowledgeable guides show you and your group this amazing ecosystem.
Morris Island is an 840-acre (3.4 km²) uninhabited island in Charleston Harbor in South Carolina, accessible only by boat. The island lies in the outer reaches of the harbor and was thus a strategic location in the American Civil War. The island forms parts of the cities of Charleston and Folly Beach, in Charleston County.