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Celebrate the holidays with an Isle of Palms vacation! Whether you are celebrating the 4th of July with a summer getaway or in town during the winter Holiday Festival of Lights or Parade of Boats, you're sure to be able to find the perfect way to enjoy a holiday celebration! Spend the last weekend of summer celebrating with a Labor Day stay or ring in the New Year with a visit to the beach. Isle of Palms is a perfect destination to celebrate any holiday!

 Cruise Down Santa Lane on Isle of Palms

The Isle of Palms Holiday Street Festival has encountered 2020 (aka the year of COVID), and the result is Santa Claus Lane. Well, COVID has changed the status quo, that’s for sure. 2020 has seen numerous events postponed or more often cancelled, including Spoleto, the Cooper River Bridge Run, and the Volvo Car Open.

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This is Thanksgiving week, which means Black Friday shopping is coming up fast. Along with everything else in 2020, Thanksgiving looks to be quite different this year. Since COVID rates are up, officials are encouraging people to hunker down.

Virtual Tree Lighting

What do you get when COVID meets Christmas? Why, a virtual tree lighting, of course. Even the holidays aren’t immune from the reach of the pandemic. Since this is a season when folks gather together, it comes as no surprise that changes and altered traditions are afoot in 2020

A Holiday tradition since 1990, the Holiday Festival of Lights is a magical event for the whole family to enjoy the shining lights!


October is here, and Halloween happenings abound.   All things orange and black are filling the stores and decorating front porches. Charleston in general and the Isle of Palms in particular are a great place to be at this time of year.  Temperatures are pleasantly warm...


Fall is here, and it's time to find a great pumpkin patch! There are some terrific places to pick the perfect pumpkin around the Lowcountry.

Carolina Day might just be the biggest holiday you’ve never heard of. It’s kind of a big deal amongst the locals, who celebrate it this weekend.  Carolina Day is June 28th, although tomorrow  - Saturday, June 27th  -  is when area doings take place.  More...