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The peaceful, beautiful region along the South Carolina coast is also known as Carolina Lowcountry, where salty marshes meet mossy forests. Visitors can boat through the gorgeous waters, so long as they watch out for gators! Where to Stay: The Inn at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, South Carolina

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Getting Outdoors In The South (2 of 10)

 The peaceful, beautiful region along the South Carolina coast is also known as Carolina Lowcountry, where salty marshes meet mossy forests. Visitors can boat through the gorgeous waters, so long as they watch out for gators!
Where to Stay: The Inn at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, South Carolina
America's South is full of amazing cultural and recreations pursuits. From Texas to Carolina, Virginia Beach to the Florida Keys, we're had us plenty of fun in the sun when we head below the Mason-Dixon Line. Take a look at just a few of our favorite ways to get out in the South!
Florida, South Carolina, and many other state boast miles of incredible beaches, with soft sands and warm ocean breezes rolling in from the waves. In the South, you have your pic of great beach getaways, from fun in the Florida sun, to lazing along the Carolina coast.
Where to Stay: Radisson Hotel Corpus Christi Beach The peaceful, beautiful region along the South Carolina coast is also known as Carolina Lowcountry, where salty marshes meet mossy forests. Visitors can boat through the gorgeous waters, so long as they watch out for gators!
Where to Stay: The Inn at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, South Carolina There's reason we call the Georgia capital "Hotlanta"! (And not just because it's warm year-round temperatures, capped off by scorching, humid summers.) ATL's hopping cultural scene includes great outdoor adventures, but none quite as charming at the Governor's Mansion in Buckhead. The property is open to the public, and features gorgeous landscaped grounds.
Where to Stay: Mandarin Oriental Atlanta For those who love to kick back with little more than a fishing pole and some bait will love the well-equipped piers along the Southern Coast.
Where to Stay: Cheeca Lodge and Spa in the Florida Keys Croquet is a popular game in the South, and many stays offer great outdoor space to play.
Where to Stay: The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa The South's humid climate brings diverse wildlife like geckos, gators, and other fascinating creatures. Hotels like the Omni in Houston offer plenty of interesting specimens right on the property.
Where to Stay: Omni Houston Hotel at Westside Largely influenced by French culture and offering an abundance of lush green spaces, the South is home to lots of gorgeous courtyards. Charleston, New Orleans, and other cities with an emphasis on historic details offer great courtyards, many of which allow visitors to step back into the past.
Where to Stay: Hotel Mazarin, New Orleans Virginia Beach, as well as other great stays along the eastern coastline, have great Boardwalks, lined with shops, restaurants, and activities for the entire family.
Where to Stay: Comfort Inn and Suites Oceanfront Golf is another popular past-time throughout the South, with some of the most famous courses in the country, from the Virignia to Florida. Naples, Florida, also has it's share of popular spots, as one of the most popular destinations for older travelers.
Where to Stay: The Rizt-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples The South is famous for its laid-back atmosphere and slow, easy living. So don't be afraid to take a load off, wherever you're staying.
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