- Our list of the best things to do in Goose Creek, South Carolina, features the top 165 nearby activities — including 93 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Goose Creek, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Water Activities, and Tours.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Goose Creek, SC , followed by 159 popular activities in nearby cities, including Charleston, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Folly Beach, Summerville, Isle of Palms, Johns Island, Moncks Corner, Sullivan's Island, Awendaw, Kiawah Island and Edisto Island
The only public beach on South Carolina's Kiawah Island is Beachwalker County Park. It is free to pedestrians, but guests in vehicles must pay a small fee. Lifeguards are on duty in the spring and summer only.
Veteran golf course designer Tom Fazio designed every aspect of Osprey Point, a golf course on South Carolina's Kiawah Island. The course contains four large lakes, a marshy zone and dense forests along its perimeter.
Located along the Atlantic Ocean, Beachwalker Park provides access to the beach and views of both the ocean and the river. It offer picnic areas with grills, restroom facilities, a boardwalk and a handicap-accessible ramp.
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1 Shipwatch Road, Johns Island, SC 29455 MoreLess Info
The Kiawah Island Property Owners Recreation Center is a center filled with numerous amenities for local property owners to enjoy. These amenities include several swimming pools, a picnic pavilion, a private beach, and many others.
96% 25 votes
Kiawah Island Golf Resort, Kiawah Island, SC 29455 MoreLess Info
The Kiawah Resort is not only a top golf destination. It also offers tennis courts and practice facilities. Players may also sign up for lessons with professional tennis players retained by the resort.
97% 29 votes
2313 Seabrook Island Road, Seabrook Island, SC MoreLess Info
The Seabrook Island Equestrian Center offers beach rides, which are a relative rarity on the East Coast. Visitors can take trail rides and pony rides, and riders of all experience levels can take lessons with the experienced staff.
Now a preserve and wildlife management area, Botany Bay Plantation was formed in the 1930s as a combination of two other plantations. Visitors can see a variety of wildlife, as well as scenic wilderness views.
100% 1 votes
2343 Highway 174, Edisto Island, SC 29438 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view artifacts, photos, and documents related to the history of Edisto at the Edisto Island Historic Preservation Society Museum. The museum also hosts special events and exhibits of Edisto artists.