Order a state highway map or search county maps online.
Request a Travel Guide by mail or download one immediately.
General information about vacation lodging in South Carolina.
Explore the official tourism site of SC and discover all the rich history, sandy beaches, and family attractions a South Carolina vacation has to offer.
State agency that helps foster and promote the state’s emerging tourism industry, protects and promotes the state's parks, and helps communities plan and develop recreational opportunities for residents.
The South Carolina State Park Service now offers a toll-free and online reservation system to reserve cabins, campsites, and picnic shelters.
South Carolina offers hundreds of scenic trails, search here for your favorite trail or activity.
Order trail permits online from the SC Forestry Commission.
Camp along a lake, hike trails in deep forests, rest in shaded picnic areas, and tour plantation homes. Browse this website for details and plan your next outing to one of South Carolina's state parks.
Known for its giant hardwoods and towering pines, the park's floodplain forest includes one of the highest canopies in the world and some of the tallest trees in the eastern United States.
With 47 South Carolina state parks, we'll help you find the perfect park that meets all of your desires.
National historic sites, battlefields, monuments, and trails in South Carolina.
State parks offer programs year-round. Search by date or by the park.
Promotions park and recreation opportunities to improve the quality of life for all South Carolinians.
Various recreational opportunities are available through the Forestry Commission's four State Forests.
Significant historical, architectural, or archaeological properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Spend a few peaceful hours where the British spent a rough year! Visitors may choose a guided or self-guided tour to learn about Camden's early history, with a focus on the Colonial and Revolutionary eras.
Walk in the footsteps of history - Fort Sumter is where the Civil War began.
Feel as if you have taken a step back into the 18th and 19th century as you visit Historic Brattonsville.
Learn about the fascinating historical and cultural framework that makes South Carolina unique.
Historic Confederate submarine raised from the bottom of Charleston Harbor.
The USS Yorktown was at the "tip of the spear" in America's victory in the Pacific during World War II. Located on Charleston Harbor.
The collection that preserves the military history of this state.
Get details on the process to obtain your new Real ID before the deadline.
Trail activity for horseback riding, ATV's, motorcycles, and bicycles in state forests requires a permit.