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Janet K’s guidebook

Janet K

Janet K’s guidebook

Food scene
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Breakwater Restaurant & Bar
203 Carteret Street
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Griffin Market
403 Carteret Street
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Lowcountry Produce Market & Cafe
302 Carteret Street
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Old Bull Tavern
205 West Street
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Panini's On The Waterfront
926 Bay Street
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Q on Bay
822 Bay Street
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Saltus River Grill
802 Bay Street
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Local Beaches/ Paddleboarding
You may paddleboard in the marsh but you would have to check the tide. You might want to chech out HIGHER GROUND 843-379-4327 95 Factory Creek Ct Beaufort It is located on Lady's Island, very easy to find, just over the downtown bridge on the left hand side. You can rent paddleboards there or go on a tour.
The three closest Atlantic Ocean beaches to Beaufort all lie along U.S. 21 South, with the closest being Harbor Island, a private resort island between St. Helena Island and Hunting Island, approximately 17.5 miles southeast of Beaufort, is a barrier island that is home to 5,000-acre Hunting Island State Park. The five-mile, palmetto-laden stretch of beach along the Atlantic has maritime forests and a historic lighthouse. Hunting Island is approximately 15 miles from downtown Beaufort. Hilton Head Island with it's mile and miles of beaches is about a 40 minute drive from Beaufort.
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Hunting Island
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The three closest Atlantic Ocean beaches to Beaufort all lie along U.S. 21 South, with the closest being Harbor Island, a private resort island between St. Helena Island and Hunting Island, approximately 17.5 miles southeast of Beaufort, is a barrier island that is home to 5,000-acre Hunting Island State Park. The five-mile, palmetto-laden stretch of beach along the Atlantic has maritime forests and a historic lighthouse. Hunting Island is approximately 15 miles from downtown Beaufort. Hilton Head Island with it's mile and miles of beaches is about a 40 minute drive from Beaufort.
Going Fishing
3 Fishing Hot Spots in Beaufort, SC That You Need to Know About In Beaufort, SC, it’s always a wonderful day for fishing! For many of our guests fishing is a fun and relaxing way to unwind and make memories with their loved ones. Pack your fishing poles and be sure to check out these popular fishing spots. Top Fishing Hot Spots in Beaufort, SC. 1. Hunting Island State Park Hunting Island State Park is a haven for fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts alike! Not to mention it’s also South Carolina’s most popular state park. There are both freshwater and saltwater fishing spots in Hunting Island State Park. Whether you decide to cast your line from the beach or in Johnson Creek, you’ll be sure to find a great spot that fits your wants and needs. 2. Broad River Fishing Pier As one of the only Beaufort, SC fishing piers, this angling hot spot is a must! The Broad River Fishing Pier has been recently renovated to provide a wide variety of amenities for fishermen including public restrooms, lighting after dark, parking, and more. If you cast your line in the Broad River, you’ll have a good chance at hooking a variety of freshwater fish species including catfish, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass. 3. Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park There’s no better place to unwind with a fishing pole and enjoy a South Carolina sunrise than Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. This public park is located right on the marina and features beautifully manicured gardens, an amphitheater, a playground, waterfront dining areas, and a walking path overlooking the stunning water views. This is a very frequented spot for trout fishing in Beaufort, SC and provides plenty of ways for everyone in the family to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Don’t Forget Your SC Fishing License Please keep in mind that a license is required for all fishing types in South Carolina! However, it is very easy to purchase your South Carolina fishing license online! Licenses are issued every month and expire one year or three years from the date of purchase. Also, be sure to familiarize yourself with our state’s fishing rules and regulations before castling the line in our waters.
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Fishing With Dynamite
1148 Manhattan Avenue
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3 Fishing Hot Spots in Beaufort, SC That You Need to Know About In Beaufort, SC, it’s always a wonderful day for fishing! For many of our guests fishing is a fun and relaxing way to unwind and make memories with their loved ones. Pack your fishing poles and be sure to check out these popular fishing spots. Top Fishing Hot Spots in Beaufort, SC. 1. Hunting Island State Park Hunting Island State Park is a haven for fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts alike! Not to mention it’s also South Carolina’s most popular state park. There are both freshwater and saltwater fishing spots in Hunting Island State Park. Whether you decide to cast your line from the beach or in Johnson Creek, you’ll be sure to find a great spot that fits your wants and needs. 2. Broad River Fishing Pier As one of the only Beaufort, SC fishing piers, this angling hot spot is a must! The Broad River Fishing Pier has been recently renovated to provide a wide variety of amenities for fishermen including public restrooms, lighting after dark, parking, and more. If you cast your line in the Broad River, you’ll have a good chance at hooking a variety of freshwater fish species including catfish, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass. 3. Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park There’s no better place to unwind with a fishing pole and enjoy a South Carolina sunrise than Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. This public park is located right on the marina and features beautifully manicured gardens, an amphitheater, a playground, waterfront dining areas, and a walking path overlooking the stunning water views. This is a very frequented spot for trout fishing in Beaufort, SC and provides plenty of ways for everyone in the family to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Don’t Forget Your SC Fishing License Please keep in mind that a license is required for all fishing types in South Carolina! However, it is very easy to purchase your South Carolina fishing license online! Licenses are issued every month and expire one year or three years from the date of purchase. Also, be sure to familiarize yourself with our state’s fishing rules and regulations before castling the line in our waters.

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Beaufort history
Founded in 1711, Beaufort, the "Queen of the Carolina Sea Islands" exudes warm southern hospitality, coastal breezes, and a rich cultural environment. Named by Southern Living as the #1 "Favorite Small Southern Town", by Fodor's as the #3 "Best Small Town to Visit" and as a Top 100 Small Art Town In The United States, Beaufort is home to the eighth best beach in the US and holds the distinction as a top 20 fishing destination in the US. Welcome to Beaufort, SC!
Customs & culture
What makes Beaufort special?
What is Beaufort, SC known for? It is an historical city, founded in 1711. It has maintained its antebellum architecture and small town atmosphere. Many famous movies have been filmed here including Forrest Gump, The Prince of Tides and The Big Chill.