Beaufort

Photo Credits:  Jack Howison

Beaufort, SC, celebrated its 300th year anniversary in 2011. A small, gracious historic town which is known for its hospitality and diversity. When we write about Beaufort, it also encompasses the area North of the Broad River. Communities enjoy its pristine waters, its low country landscape of marsh grass and oak trees laden with Spanish moss, and its plentiful seafood.

Photo Credits:  Jack Howison 
Nationally, Beaufort has been chosen “best small town” for 5 years straight by Southern Living, “Best Place to Live” by Forbes magazine, in the “top 20 fishing towns” by Field and Stream, one of the 50 best waterfront adventure places in 2010 by National Geographic Adventure, in the top 100 small art communities by American Style magazine, and “one of the 12 Distinctive Destinations” in the country by the National Trust of Historic Preservation.
Photo Credits:  Jack Howison 

Beaufort with its vast waterways is a haven that for years has attracted tourists, young working families and retirees. They blend in with families who have lived here for decades. With two colleges, good health care, and an abundance of natural resources centered around the water,the culture of a diverse citizenry enjoy and respect the low country.