FEB 24 2020

Spring Break on Edisto Beach

Spring Break season is upon and that means it’s time to kick back and relax on the beach. However, to make sure everyone has an awesome time and things don’t turn out like a Cancun trip full of girls gone wild, here are some helpful tips on how to party responsibly at the beach. Keep … Continue reading Spring Break on Edisto Beach

FEB 18 2020

Edisto for Newbies

The summer months are the most popular on Edisto Beach. Many of the visitors that come to the island have been coming since birth, but every year more newbies decide to visit our piece of paradise. While some visitors might know what to expect, others will need a crash-course in how to love Edisto. So, … Continue reading Edisto for Newbies

FEB 10 2020

Show your Love for Edisto

Getting away from the hustle and bustle of life is what many vacations are all about, but if you LOVE Edisto like we do, there are things you can do to help out around the island while visititing. Some of these suggestions are passive, taking very little effort without having to impact on a relaxing … Continue reading Show your Love for Edisto

FEB 05 2020

Edisto’s Storied Past

For what seems like such a small place tucked away from the rest of the world, Edisto Beach has quite a storied past. A complete timeline of the island’s history could (and does) fill novels, but take a look at this list of some of the biggest moments to ever occur on the island. Edisto’s … Continue reading Edisto’s Storied Past

JAN 21 2020

Life in Lost Village of Edingsville Beach

One Christmas I was hundreds of miles away from Edisto and feeling a little homesick for the island. I rifled through an old photo album while visiting my grandparents in Kansas City and an old article fell out on my lap. It was yellowed with age and had crumbled edges. I slowly opened the article … Continue reading Life in Lost Village of Edingsville Beach

DEC 03 2019

Audubon Study Shows Charleston Area Birds Most Vulnerable to Climate Change

Audubon has released an extensive new report called “Survival by Degrees: 389 Species on the Brink,” that shows the potential impacts on birds’ range, nesting and migration patterns from climate change.  Primary findings indicate that two-thirds of bird species in North America are at risk of extinction from climate change. The study features a zip … Continue reading Audubon Study Shows Charleston Area Birds Most Vulnerable to Climate Change

NOV 11 2019

Spending Thanksgiving on Edisto Beach

It’s easy to remember to be thankful when spending Thanksgiving on Edisto Beach. Every year, more and more people choose to come to the island to spend the holidays. It gives families and friends a chance to get together to share good food, good times, and, of course, football while enjoying all that the beach … Continue reading Spending Thanksgiving on Edisto Beach

OCT 16 2019

Giving Thanks on Edisto Beach

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and that means there is still time to book your trip to Edisto Beach. Every year, many families come to the island to celebrate the holidays and spend time giving thanks. But there’s a lesser known reason to visit Edisto Beach this time of year and that reason is … Continue reading Giving Thanks on Edisto Beach

SEP 25 2019

King Tides: The Highest of High Tides

Many people have a general understanding of tides, but there’s one phenomenon that even the most seasoned of ocean lovers still finds incredible: king tides. These tides are the highest of high tides. These are the ones that make it seem like the ocean is coming straight for you as it races under houses and … Continue reading King Tides: The Highest of High Tides

AUG 28 2019

Labor Day Weekend: The Last Hurrah

It seems impossible that Labor Day is just around the corner, but it’s true. This time of year has always been one of my favorites. It’s the sweet spot between summer and fall, where each day feels like an extra bonus. The days are just a little bit shorter, but all of the heat of … Continue reading Labor Day Weekend: The Last Hurrah

AUG 23 2019

4 Ways to Beat Vacation Blues

There’s one terrible thing about Edisto Beach and that is this: If you’re just visiting, there is a time when you have to leave. Heading home from vacation is nothing short of brutal. The good thing is, with these tips, you can get through your vacation blues. Start Planning for Next Year Planning for next … Continue reading 4 Ways to Beat Vacation Blues

AUG 12 2019

Edisto Beach Bucket List

Now that summer is winding down, it’s likely that many of you who visited this year forgot to do something while on vacation. It happens. Even after years of coming to Edisto Beach it’s possible to never find the time to do something you’ve always wanted to do. However, that doesn’t mean you should stop … Continue reading Edisto Beach Bucket List

JUL 29 2019

Living on Edisto Island

It happens every year. Visitors from off the island come to Edisto and feel like they’ve just come home. Most spend a week or two vacationing then head back to wherever it is that they’re from. Others decide to make Edisto their actual home. It’s easy to understand why someone would feel at home on … Continue reading Living on Edisto Island

JUL 23 2019

4 Signs That You’re An Edisto 80s Baby

Year after year, Edisto Beach gets more and more visitors. Some of these are newcomers just starting out on making a lifetime of memories. Some are day-trippers finally checking out the best beach around. And some are a solid group that’s been coming for generations. Within that group of generational Edisto visitors, there is the … Continue reading 4 Signs That You’re An Edisto 80s Baby

JUL 15 2019

Get to Know Edisto Through Ecotourism!

Edisto Beach is the type of place that gets inside you. It’s the warm, salty air; the Spanish moss that drapes itself across the branches of live oak trees and canopies the sandy roads; and the way time slow down so you can savor every moment. No matter how many times you’ve been to the … Continue reading Get to Know Edisto Through Ecotourism!