Take the Kids to Splash Island Waterpark this Summer!

Looking to take the kids for a fun summer vacation? There is no better place during the summer than beautiful Charleston. Charleston has everything you could want in a summer vacation: wonderful events, historical and fun attractions and activites, beautiful weather, waterparks, beach and more! Stay at Charleston waterfront hotels and have a beautiful view of the harbor and waterways! Bring the kids and have a wonderful family vacation with the Shem Creek Inn in gorgeous Mt. Pleasant. Mt. Pleasant is located just across the river from downtown Charleston and has all the luxury and charm of Charleston without all the traffic congestion. It’s the perfect place to stay for a fun and quiet vacation to the area.

Make sure to check out Splash Island Waterpark during you family vacation to Charleston. No summer vacation is perfect without taking the kids to a waterpark.  Splash Islands Waterpark is located inside Palmetto Islands County Park in Mt. Pleasant. The park is about a twenty-minute drive from the Shem Creek Inn, but well worth the drive. The park features a 200 ft. water slide, 16 ft. otter slide, raindrop waterfalls, geysers, lazy rivers, and much more. There are lifeguards on duty at the park and the area features restrooms, showers and changing areas, locker rentals, concession stands and more. General admission to Splash Island is considerable cheaper than most waterparks with admission ranging between four to eight dollars per person. Splash Island is open for weekends starting on May 4th and then open daily from Memorial Day weekend through the middle of August.  Take the kids for a fun day at the waterpark in Mt. Pleasant.

Have an amazing summer vacation to the Charleston area with great hotels in Mt Pleasant SC and Charleston. Start planning your summer vacation now with help from the Shem Creek Inn. Their friendly staff is ready and willing to help you with all your Charleston vacation needs.

Posted in Blog by shemcreekadmin on March 30, 2013

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