DEC 23 2009

Folly Beach Christmas Parade

A holiday tradition, the Folly Beach Christmas Parade, returned to the streets last weekend. The parade included Santa and Mrs. Claus and their elves as well as marching groups, living history re-enactors and festival queens. The Folly Beach Christmas parade began at 1 p.m. Saturday starting at the entrance to Little Oak Island and ending … Continue reading Folly Beach Christmas Parade

DEC 16 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 12/14/09

So far, December has had more than its fair share of rainy and windy days. The good news is that when conditions have allowed, the fishing has been excellent. Water temperature is still close to 60 degrees and fish continue to feed aggressively.  Try to take advantage of the next few weeks before chillier weather … Continue reading Folly Beach Fishing Report 12/14/09

DEC 11 2009

Folly Beach Citizen of the Year

“A voice for those who cannot speak; A warrior for the defenseless; A guardian for the helpless; A rescuer of those who are abused; A friend to all animals, large and small,” reads the plaque presented to this year’s Folly Beach Citizen of the Year, Carol Linville. Linville was presented with the plaque on December 5 by the Mayor Pro Tem, Laura Beck, at the Folly Beach Police Department Christmas Party and Awards Dinner.

DEC 04 2009

The Humours of Folly


Frank is the artist behind the book that everyone who loves Folly (and that’s just about everyone who’s ever dug their toes in her sun-baked sand) is raving about. Frank’s been making the rounds, doing signings here, there and everywhere – did you see him at the Surf Bar or the Holiday Inn, Barnes & Noble or Waldenbooks? Maybe you saw him at the Oasis Bar & Grill or Plum Elements or at the S.C. Aquarium. Roseanne, who lives on Folly, met Frank at the Aquarium last week. The book stopped her in her tracks. “Folly is so hard to describe to someone who doesn’t know,” she said. “This book does it. It captures Folly perfectly.”

NOV 25 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 11/24/09

Like the holiday season, fishing is now in full swing. Anglers are reporting days replete with dozens of trout and large redfish. Water temperatures are still plenty warm to accommodate great fishing. A day on the water could be an exciting way to show relatives and guests a slice of the Lowcountry.

NOV 09 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 11/09/09

November is one of the best months of the year to fish. Temperatures are pleasant and the fish are eager. There is great fishing in the waters that surround Folly Beach and your time will certainly be rewarded.

OCT 27 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 10/23/09

The Fall trout bite is now in full swing! The recent cooler weather has really turned the fishing on. Even a short fishing trip will be well worth your time.

OCT 21 2009

The Charleston Fishing Charter Winner

Congratulations to Lisa Kae Van Meter Perry. She was the lucky winner of our Charleston Fishing Charter Giveaway! We would like to to thank all the people who took time to enter. The response to the contest was more than expected with more entries than any other contest we have held. The next giveaway is right around the corner so stay tuned!

OCT 16 2009

Charleston Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Legare Farms welcomes everyone to their annual “Amazin’ Maze in Maize” and Pumpkin Patch, to be held October 3rd until October 31st. The maze is packed with family oriented activities and they can’t wait to see you at their farm! Please come out to Johns Island and visit a family owned and operated, working farm.

OCT 10 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 10/05/09

With the arrival of October, what many consider to be the best time of year to fish in the Lowcountry begins! Trout especially will become increasingly active with the cooler temperatures while both trout and redfish will continue to gorge themselves on the ample amount of available bait.

SEP 23 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 9/23/09

The shrimp are here! The waters are teeming with them and not surprisingly the fish are happily feeding on them. Expect fishing to continue to improve with the combination of this influx of bait and cooling weather. A few throws of the cast net can provide all the shrimp you need.

SEP 18 2009

Queen of Folly Beach Named

The Queen of Folly Beach is…Kimberly Childers. She is joined by Teen Queen Courtney Ballenger!

SEP 10 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 09/09/09

Fall has arrived and as temperatures become more hospitable you can also expect the fishing to improve! With the start of school and the end of the summer vacation season, the number of anglers on the water drops noticeably and leaves much more water open for those of us who continue fishing.

SEP 07 2009

Labor Day Weekend on Folly

Ahhhh…one last break to relax on Folly. Some of us were taking a much needed break after starting back to school, while others just enjoyed the extra day off work to soak up some sun before it cools off. Regardless of how you ended up here, it is one of the last times we will see all of you together until next year.

AUG 24 2009

Folly Beach Fishing Report 08/21/09

Fishing around Folly Beach has been quite solid so far this month and as shrimp continue to fill our creeks and rivers expect it to improve.