Isle of Palms Live Cam

A vibrant stop to enjoy food and drinks in a relaxed atmosphere


Hosted by:
  • The Windjammer
  • 1008 Ocean Blvd, Isle of Palms
  • South Carolina 29451 - United States
  • 8665403548

Discover how Charleston speaks to you

When it comes to shopping, the Charleston area offers something for everyone. Explore the quaint specialty shops and boutiques of downtown Charleston, or discover handmade and indigenous items in the famous Market area. Historic King Street is well-known for its numerous antique dealers. North Charleston is a shopper's delight, with both expansive malls and outlet shops sure to stock what you are looking for. Mount Pleasant offers a number of specialty shops, many of which are located in the Common along picturesque Shem Creek. The resort islands of Kiawah and the Isle of Palms offer numerous specialty shops and boutiques offering a variety of quality merchandise.

Passport specializes in personalized apparel and accessories for your family, business or reunions. Order our catalog of embroidered or screen printed items and customize them by adding your family or company name. When in Mt. Pleasant, stop by our outlet store for savings of 40 to 60 percent below our regular catalog prices.

The largest black art gallery in the south with over 2900 square feet of exhibition space. Original artwork by famous SC artists: Jonathan Green, Leo Twiggs and Joe Pinckney are on display. New exhibits are featured every two months.

Located in the Historic District in a 19th century building with adjoining garden, Charleston Gardens, is the definitive source for garden furnishings and home accessories that bring the garden indoors. English garden furniture and ornaments, fountains, gardening books, topiaries, and unique gifts for gardeners and their friends.

Historic Charleston Foundation Reproductions Shop features authorized reproductions and adaptations of 18th and early 19th century Charleston furniture, porcelain, brass, lamps, mirrors, fabrics, carpets, needlework, books, jewelry and other Charleston gifts. Catalog available. Proceeds benefit preservation and restoration projects of Historic Charleston Foundation.

Charleston's most unique gift shop. We sell only products made in the South. Distinctively Southern gifts that include cookbooks, gourmet food, home and garden accessories, jewelry, pottery, artwork and a wonderful children's corner. We are your Bubba Brand Headquarters. We ship anywhere.

Shops for All Seasons on the Common offers 15 delightfully different shops clustered around a Colonial style courtyard surrounded by famous Shem Creek restaurants. Museum on the Common recreates SC Lowcountry history. Featured exhibit: Hurricane Hugo Revisited.

A wide variety of sports and activities with internationally recognized facilities are yet another strong lure ensuring the Charleston Area's reputation as a top destination. The area's beaches are superb - not only a playground for all water sports, but a perfect natural backdrop to the area's many championship golf courses and tennis centers. When visitors see the total package offered by many of the area resorts, not only the variety of recreational options, but just as captivating, the scenic locale and unique environment, it is apparent why the Charleston Area has reached mecca status.

Sporting enthusiasts pick from a wide range of activities which can be enjoyed at any time during their visit. Charter sportfishing and deep-sea head boat fishing are popular and productive most of the year. Golf and tennis can be played year-round. Pleasure boats, both power and sail, can be rented at several area marinas, and if you have your own boat, there are numerous public boat landings. The Atlantic Ocean affords opportunities galore, including surfing, swimming, fishing, waterskiing, windsurfing, sailing and surf fishing and casting. Deep sea fishing charters are available should you desire to go after the big one.

For sports spectators, the new North Charleston Coliseum is a state of the art facility seating 14,000 for a variety of sporting and other events. Depending on the season, you might even catch an ice show or a hockey game. The North Charleston Coliseum is the home of the South Carolina Stingrays Ice Hockey Team.

Mount Pleasant is synonymous with exceptional golf, including Dunes West, named by Golf magazine as one of the best new resort courses. Many remember it as the site of the 1992 Amoco Centel Championship. And Patriots Point has an 18-hole public golf course with spectacular views of Charleston Harbor.

The Isle of Palms is noted as the location of Wild Dunes, a Top 50 tennis center with 20 swimming pools, a fitness center and two 18-hole Tom Fazio designed championship golf courses. The Links Course features two finishing holes that hug the Atlantic Ocean and is ranked among the World's Greatest 100 by Golf Magazine.

Kiawah Island's 10 miles of undisturbed Atlantic white sand beach is yet another classic setting for championship golf and award winning tennis. Satisfy your variety drive by scheduling tee-times on five outstanding courses: Turtle Point designed by Jack Nicklaus, Marsh Point by Gary Player, Osprey Point by Tom Fazio, Ocean Course by Pete Dye, host of the 1991 Ryder Cup Matches, and the most recent addition, Oak Point.

To work on your groundstrokes, Kiawah Island Resort has consistently been rated among the 50 resorts in the United States by Tennis magazine. Two complete tennis centers, with fully staffed pro shops, extensive instructional facilities, and a zoned practice court have everything tennis enthusiasts require to take their games to the next level.

The Club at Seabrook Island offers the Robert Trent Jones designed Crooked Oaks and the Willard Byrd designed Ocean Winds. Complementing these excellent facilities is a beach club with two pools, 13 Har-Tru tennis courts and the Island Club, featuring extensive restaurant, bar-lounge pro-shop and equestrian facilities.

The equestrian center is home of the annual Charleston Summer Classic Horse Show, appealing to all who love equestrian sports. The sight of the riders, young and old, splashing through the surf in the early morning is a post card view of Seabrook Island.