Charleston County

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H.L. Hunley

The Charleston Harbor, with a natural depth of 12 feet, is where the Confederate submarine, the H.L. Hunley, successfully attacked…

2 years ago

Camden Depot

Designed by Edward C. Jones in 1850, Camden Depot was one of many depots built by the South Carolina Rail…

4 years ago

Charleston City Marina

We would like to improve this landmark's entry and include more information about the City Marina in Charleston. If you…

4 years ago

Middleton’s Plantation

Middleton's Plantation is located along Store Creek on Edisto Island. It was also known as The Launch and Chisholm's Plantation.…

5 years ago

Capers Island

Capers Island is located on the Atlantic Ocean just fifteen miles north of Charleston. The undeveloped haven lies between Dewees…

5 years ago

Quarters J

This small but elegant home, known as Quarters J, is located near the entrance to the Officers' Quarters District of…

5 years ago

A.O. Atkinson House

We are eager to learn more about this old home. According to Bud Hill, who is the director of the…

5 years ago

Francis Marion National Forest

The Francis Marion National Forest is a federally-managed natural area spreading across large swaths of both Charleston County and Berkeley…

6 years ago

Old King’s Highway

This peaceful dirt road located near the Brick Church at Wambaw on the outskirts of McClellanville was once part of…

7 years ago

Governor Thomas Bennett House

Standing at the southern edge of Charleston’s hospital district is this impressive mansion known as the Governor Thomas Bennett House.…

7 years ago