Isle of Palms Live Cam

Check out the view of Isle of Palms from Windjammer's Surf Cam


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

Just 12 miles from historic Charleston

Roly Poly Sandwich Shop - The Roly Poly sandwich shop opened at 429 King Street in February. The restaurant includes wrap sandwiches, soups, box lunches, and party platters.

The Pretzel Twister - The newly opened Pretzel Twister is located in the heart of The Market at 76 North Market Street next to Kamisky’s. The menu includes pretzels, pretzel dogs, pretzel dips, and more. Pretzel twisters come in many flavors including cinnamon sugar, sour cream and onion, parmesan cheese, almond crunch, and more. The Pretzel Twister also includes a variety of dips for the pretzels: cream cheese, mustard, warm caramel, Zesty Ragu pizza sauce, peanut butter, and more.

Summer Sea Camps - Luxury Orient-Express Hotel Combines Pampering for Parents with Fun Learning for Kids at the South Carolina Aquarium. Charleston Place hotel has partnered with the South Carolina Aquarium to offer kids in 1st though 9th grades an opportunity to attend Summer Sea Camps, while their parents are enjoying the European charm of Charleston and the luxury of one of the best hotels in North America. Seven Sea Camps will be offered June through August.

During these week-long day camps, children will have the opportunity to cool off by taking a dip at a local water park, scout for turtles at the beach, and work with experts as South Carolina Aquarium staff provide tours and educational programs about native animals and much more. Summer Sea Camps packages include: Six night’s accommodations at Orient-Express’ Charleston Place (deluxe room with two beds, adjoining room or junior suite available for an additional charge), Tuition for a one-week day camp (five days) for one child plus daily lunches.

Wild Dunes Recreation Programming Will Fill Your Days - Commencing on cue over Memorial Day weekend and extending through Labor Day, Wild Dunes Resort’s summer recreation program – Island Memories – will kick back into high gear. Ranked by TENNIS magazine as one of the nation's “Top Five,” recreation programs, Island Memories focuses on education, physical activities and fun for families and children of all ages. Children aged 3 to 12 are the focus of the resort’s Wild Adventures, Duney’s Discovery and Li’L Dune Bug clubs – all of which offer structured, age-appropriate fun.

These supervised activities also create a window of freedom (or beach time) for parents to take advantage of Wild Dunes' numerous adult recreational and entertainment opportunities. Wild Excursions has been a popular foundation of the Resort’s recreation program for years. Continually strengthened with input from past participants, these nature-based tours and activities offer guests a variety of options for exploring the great outdoors. Adventures include a pirate-inspired search for buried treasure aboard a sailing yacht, kayak eco-tours led by professional guides, and a guided trip to a secret fishing hole where a good catch is almost guaranteed.

South Carolina Aquarium Launches Educational Campaign Entitled Gardens of the Ocean - Most people think they must travel to exotic faraway places to explore an underwater haven filled with an array of spectacular reefs and bright, beautiful fish. That misconception will soon change as guests to the South Carolina Aquarium get a new underwater perspective during a five month educational campaign entitled Gardens of the Ocean. Dedicated to showcasing, interpreting and educating others about the ocean’s natural underwater landscape, the South Carolina Aquarium is designing a special educational campaign entitled “Gardens of the Ocean: A Special Focus on Reefs” from April 15 to August 14, to showcase and highlight the importance of reefs and provide ways for guests to get involved in various conservation related activities.

During this campaign, the Aquarium will highlight and promote the various reefs found right off the Carolina coast including “Paradise Reef,” “Ten Mile Reef,” and “Y-73 Reef” just to name a few. Special exhibit panels, daily programs, and an evening lecture series will highlight reef activities and better educate guests on the variety of reef fauna found right off the coast.

About America is a new tour service in Charleston offering fully narrated 90 minute tours to over 100 points of interest. The boarding pass includes free reboarding all day at over 6 convenient stops in the peninsula area. Tickets are available at the Meeting Street Visitor Center, Old South Carriage Company, and Original Charleston Walks. The tours run from 9AM until 4:30 PM with buses stopping every 30 minutes at “WalkAbout” stops (Aquarium Wharf, City Market, Waterfront Park, The Battery, and City Hall).

The Charleston Area Convention Center Complex was honored at the state’s 38th annual Governor’s Conference on tourism and travel as this year’s winner of the prestigious Governor’s Cup Award. The Governor’s Cup is presented annually by the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism to an outstanding organization that has demonstrated a significant economic impact on the state and local community, and has noticeably improved the quality of life for South Carolinians.

Sullivan’s Island was ranked one of the top permanent vacation spots in America, in February according to Location, Inc., a Massachusetts-based real estate firm. Location, Inc. compiled the list after researching public school systems, crime rates, and the education of citizens in vacation regions.

The mission of the Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is to unify and lead the local travel industry in marketing the Charleston area as an individual, meeting, incentive and group destination to both the domestic and international markets.