JUL 18 2021

The Lost Village of Edingsville Beach

Throughout the first half of the 19th century, Edingsville Beach was a popular destination for vacationers. It was located a few miles northeast between Jeremy Inlet and Botany Bay. It was initially established for wealthy Charleston families as a seasonal refuge to escape the humidity and heat in the Lowcountry. For a few decades, Edingsville … Continue reading The Lost Village of Edingsville Beach

FEB 21 2021

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FEB 21 2021

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DEC 29 2017

Hutchinson House: Standing the Test of Time

  One of the oldest homes still standing on Edisto Island was built by a king, withstood numerous hurricanes, and now faces a promising future. And it’s likely that many people have never even heard of it. That home is the Hutchinson House, which is now in the care of the Edisto Island Open Land … Continue reading Hutchinson House: Standing the Test of Time

AUG 01 2017

It’s a simple fact that Edisto Beach has the best shrimp in the entire world

It’s a simple fact that Edisto Beach has the best shrimp in the entire world. It’s sweeter, juicier, and meatier than its counterparts anywhere else. That’s why when people come down to Edisto for vacation, they typically spend an inordinate amount of time trying to get their hands and mouths on these delicious little creatures. … Continue reading It’s a simple fact that Edisto Beach has the best shrimp in the entire world