Isle of Palms Live Cam

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


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

Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway

The Charleston area's semitropical climate, with an average temperature of 65 degrees, offers residents and visitors outstanding opportunities for year-round enjoyment.

Visitors to the Charleston Area are constantly amazed at the quality and variety of restaurants that can be enjoyed. Whether the mood and occasion call for regional, ethnic, contemporary or international, the variety of establishments serving the Charleston Area will satisfy the most discriminating tastes. Many of these exceptional restaurants offer unmatched ambiance, providing guests a unique dining experience within architectural and historically significant buildings, evoking images of a colorful and dramatic past. Delectables range from authentic southern-style to five-star French and everything in between.

Local cuisine traditionally includes fresh local seafood. Be sure to try two of our perennial favorites, roasted oysters and shrimp and grits. Seafood restaurants are in abundance, serving some of the freshest and tastiest seafood in the Southeast. And more grits are sold in the low coastal plains of South Carolina than anywhere else in the world.

Regardless of their selection, guests especially enjoy memorable dining, from a Lowcountry oyster roast and barbeque to nationally recognized restaurants with celebrity chefs. Find out why Town and Country, Esquire, Life, and Travel and Leisure magazines as well as USA Today and others find good things to say about many of the dining spots in the Charleston Area. Whatever your taste and budget, you will savor one outstanding meal after another.

Enjoy Charleston Place style, service, and quality in historic downtown landmarks, pastoral plantations and parks, and windswept beachfront locations. Not just another caterer, Charleston Place Events professionals bring to the table the essence and flavor that is Charleston through precise planning, guidance and superior delivery. From intimate suppers and grand receptions to casual oyster roasts and bucolic picnics, allow the staff of Charleston Place Events to devote its limitless resources to ensure your next special event is just that special. Praised by Corporate Meetings and Incentives, The Meeting Manager, and Special Events Magazine.

The historic Cavallaro is the setting for Charleston's premier caterer. Three event rooms - one with stage, dance floor, and seating for 200. Unequaled catering, on-premise and off. Turn-key events for all types. Theme parties, site selection, complete meeting planner and wedding support services.

Sticky Fingers Restaurants, located in Mt. Pleasant and Summerville, are famous for the best ribs, barbecue, and chicken in the Lowcountry. Sticky Fingers Catering offers the same great premier caterer in Charleston. Sticky Fingers offers experienced assistance in site location and event planning.

There is nothing like spending the most spiritual season than in the Holy City. Christmas in America's favorite southern destination is a true delight. The area transforms into a winter wonderland jam packed with family fun-filled activities. America's favorite ballet, The Nutcracker, is performed at the Gaillard Auditorium every year as well as Christmas favorites performed at the oldest theatre in America, the Dock Street Theater. Events are as numerous as the lights decorating the Christmas tree in King Street Square. Special holiday walking and carriage tours, Sugar Plum Tour of Homes, Table Setting Workshops, Progressive Dinners, Candy Cane Lane, and Christmas Parade.

Beautiful Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant is the setting for the World's Largest Oyster Roast. This one-of-a kind festival features fresh oysters prepared in a number of ways, barbecue, chili and more. Families will enjoy the host of activities, entertainment, contests, children's games and of course, all the oysters you care to eat. A daring few will enter the oyster eating contest which is always a crowd pleaser! Sponsored by the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association with proceeds benefiting local children's charities.

Find out what you really need to stay healthy and how to financially plan for your retirement and your family's future at the Second Annual Prime Time Festival Over the two-and-a half day period, topics such as lifestyles, health care and financial planning/legal issues will be covered in a series of seminars and feature presentations. Nationally known speakers and local professionals will deliver a variety of senior-related seminars.

For a week in February, during the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Charleston comes alive with a celebration of the wild and beautiful world of nature. Now in its 15 year, the EXPO is the largest show of its kind, featuring over $20 million in wildlife and nature paintings, prints, sculpture, carvings, photography, collectibles, and crafts, as well as conservation exhibits. With over a dozen sites throughout CharlestonĂ­s historic district, the EXPO plays host to over 40,000 visitors during the three-day event.

Charleston's annual celebration of authentic blues music features more than 50 acts performing at over 15 venues in a ten day period. From Delta blues to urban boogie, you will find it all at the Blues Bash. Prices vary.

Sponsored by the Historic Charleston Foundation, this award winning series of historic tours and special program events offers a rare glimpse into some of the most beloved and treasured homes in the South. The festival includes plantation oyster roasts, glorious gardens, historic churches and over 100 private homes. Proceeds from the festival support preservation efforts and restoration projects throughout the Charleston area.

The annual Flowertown Festival is a recreational and cultural event for the whole family. This nationally recognized 3 day event has quality arts and crafts with over 400 vendors, entertainment, Youth Festival, Taste of Summerville, and extra events that include tennis, golf and more. 9am-5pm. Azalea Park on Main Street in Summerville.

Hot grits, warm and friendly people and loads of entertainment add up to weekend of family fun in the grits capital of the world, St. George, SC. Featuring wonderful grits, hand crafts, fabulous parades, carnival for the kids, grits tasting, grits grindings, grits eating contests, the crowning of Miss Grits and the rolling in the grits contest. Grab your partner for nightly entertainment with street dancing, fun bands, square dancing and clogging. Located on Parler Avenue in St. George, SC.