MAR 17 2017

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s How Folly Is Getting into the Spirit

Well top o’ the morning to ya! It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and you know what that means – you’ll be seeing green everywhere on Folly, from the rooftop at Snapper Jack’s to the frothy surf. And, not surprisingly, there’s lots o’ stuff happening around the island to honor this Irish holiday. Head over to St. … Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s How Folly Is Getting into the Spirit

MAR 14 2017

7 Things to Do on a Rainy Folly Day

How about this weather, y’all? It’s up, it’s down, it’s all around these days – from 80 degrees and sunny last week to 40 degrees and raining this week, it seems as though Mother Nature is trying to squeeze every season into the month of March. And while this certainly doesn’t make mastering what to … Continue reading 7 Things to Do on a Rainy Folly Day

MAR 09 2017

10 Reasons to Spend your Spring Break in Folly Beach

Spring Break is quickly approaching and there is a lot to do on Folly Beach that make it the best place to spend the break while enjoying a little time off with your family. While we understand we can’t possible include everything to do in Folly in ten reasons, incorporate some of these plans and … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Spend your Spring Break in Folly Beach

FEB 10 2017

It’s FollyGras Time! Clear Your Calendar on Saturday, Feb. 25

Laissez les bon temps rouler! Mark your calendars and clear your schedule now, because the 10th Annual FollyGras Parade & Street Festival is coming back to Folly Beach on Saturday, Feb. 25. Is it any wonder this spirited event holds such a special place in the community’s heart? Not to mention the visitors who travel … Continue reading It’s FollyGras Time! Clear Your Calendar on Saturday, Feb. 25

JAN 20 2017

Raincheck! Mark your calendars, ‘cause the Taste of Folly street party is next Saturday

Hold onto that appetite for one more week, folks, because the Taste of Folly has been moved from its originally scheduled date of this weekend to the next. According to Taste of Folly director, Ben Bounds, “Due to severe weather forecast for Saturday, which includes possible thunderstorms, we have postponed the Taste of Folly street … Continue reading Raincheck! Mark your calendars, ‘cause the Taste of Folly street party is next Saturday

DEC 30 2016

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Beach Lovers

Ah, yes, New Year’s Eve… the last day of the year, and the jumping off point into the next. There’s something inherently hopeful about starting a new calendar year – of hitting the reset button and beginning again with a fresh slate. That renewed sense of hope is the reason we march into each New … Continue reading 10 New Year’s Resolutions for Beach Lovers

DEC 27 2016

8 Reasons to Stay on Folly Beach for the Holidays

Is it just us, or did 2016 seem to fly by in the blink of an eye? It’s hard to believe the holidays have already descended, but you won’t find us complaining — after all, ’tis the most wonderful time of the year. It’s a season filled to the gills with friends, family, festivities and, … Continue reading 8 Reasons to Stay on Folly Beach for the Holidays

DEC 22 2016

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas — Folly Style

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when here by the sea, Not a creature was stirring, not even an anemone. Our flip-flops still sat in sandy piles by our doors, In hopes that the cold weather would soon be no more. The tan-legged little children were nestled snug in their beds, While visions of Rita’s root … Continue reading ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas — Folly Style

DEC 13 2016

Folly’s Dreaming of a (Great) White Christmas

As we head into the holidays, Christmas songs stream over the radio and fill the air. But on Folly Beach, some very special guests over the last few days hearken another classic refrain: ba dum . . . ba dum . . . ba dum. You guessed it — great white sharks have made their … Continue reading Folly’s Dreaming of a (Great) White Christmas

NOV 16 2016

What are “King Tides,” and What Do They Mean for Folly Beach?

If you’re out and about around Folly this week and the water along our coastline seems extremely high, it’s because the king tides are in town. A natural phenomenon that occurs a few times a year, these tides can reach 7 ft. or higher — bringing with them the distinct possibility of coastal flooding. Interestingly … Continue reading What are “King Tides,” and What Do They Mean for Folly Beach?