Late Summer Vacation, South Carolina

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Divorced Dads travel differently with their family. Our members like to mix in a little Adventure with our Family time. This month, learn about some late summer family travel ideas to South Carolina and get the best out of your summer travel. Read more.

Traveling Dad :
Late Summer Vacation to South Carolina

Divorced Dads travel differently with their family. Our members like to mix in a little
Adventure with our Family time. This month, learn about some late summer family
travel ideas to South Carolina and
get the best out of your summer travel.

Dear Traveling Dad,

My name is Travis, I am a 38- year old Divorced father
living in Durango, Colorado. I have a 9-year old daughter who I need to take on
a late summer vacation. Do you have any good ideas on something that is
affordable and fun?

Signed,

Travis

south carolina

Dear Travis,

Now is the perfect time to grab your daughter’s hand and
whisk her away off to the beautiful beaches and wonderful wilderness of South
Carolina!
This southeastern state
was selected out of all of the places across the world for its beaches, making
the list for the Best of Travel specifically for its 200 miles of gorgeous
coast line which give vacationers access to the relaxing salt water and waves –
which are the perfect temperature this time of the year! What better place to go to escape the
cold of Colorado than sinking your feet in the soft sand and watching your
daughter enjoy herself in the warm waves?

There are opportunities for adventure and relaxation around
every corner and bend you find in South Carolina, leaving you with plenty of
options of what to do and where to go to enjoy your summer vacation with your
daughter. Take advantage of the
state’s 80,000 acres of protected lands by hiking the trails or take a plunge
from the heights of one of the amazing cascading waterfalls; there’s always
something to go out and see within the state’s 14 major reservoirs, countless
freshwater streams and rivers, and almost 200 miles of Atlantic coastline. And unlike the water on the west coast,
South Carolina has beaches full of warm water guaranteed until October! This gives you a plethora of
opportunities for enjoying the water, enabling you to go fishing, kayaking,
canoeing, paddleboarding, water skiing, surfing, and scuba diving!

In addition to the beautiful wilderness captured within the
47 state parks that you’ll find nestled within the state, there are more than
200 barbecue restaurants along the SC BBQ Trail and over 3,000 campsites along
the way – giving you the perfect opportunity to take a couple of days away from
everything and go camping just the two of you. From fantastic food to exciting adventures in the wilderness
that South Carolina houses, there is plenty of opportunity and adventure
awaiting you and your daughter on the east coast! Don’t forget to pack prepared for adventure, and be ready
for a summer vacation that you will not soon forget!

For more traveling information about South Carolina click here

south carolina

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