Folly Beach topic page
5:48 pm on Tuesday September 2, 2014
Atalaya, Blu, and Trawler have all recovered and are heading home. You'd be hard pressed to find a sweeter and more family-friendly event.
2:46 pm on Tuesday June 17, 2014
Half of the indie comedy "Cinema Purgatorio" was filmed in Folly Beach, so it made sense to the filmmakers bring the movie back to Charleston
4:06 pm on Thursday March 27, 2014
Due to the high probability of severe thunderstorms this weekend, the 24th Annual Folly Beach Sea & Sand Festival & Fundraiser has been postponed to the weekend of April 11-13.
5:09 am on Thursday February 20, 2014
1.5 million cubic yards of sand is being pumped onto 5.34 miles in shore, hopefully in time for the full summer beach season.
1:58 pm on Saturday November 23, 2013
The Barrel, a beer garden-styled facility, is planning to open in the Charleston area. The establishment will be located at 1859 Folly Road, which you may know better as the current home to the run-down “Surf Lessons” building you would stare at...
8:31 am on Wednesday June 5, 2013
Beach renourishment efforts are ahead of schedule at Folly Beach County Park and officials expect it to be open in time for the July Fourth holiday.
8:28 am on Wednesday May 29, 2013
Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, Sullvian's Island are three of the Charleston area's most popular beaches — but do you know where to go, for what, and which has the best nightlife?
10:27 am on Wednesday May 22, 2013
Two years ago the South Carolina shore was torn apart by Hurricane Irene and parts of Folly beach County Park were washed away into the sea and the park was closed. Now officials are hoping that repair work could reopen the park by late summer.
1:07 pm on Saturday May 18, 2013
Following a beach "riot" last July 4th, alcohol was now banned on Folly Beach — but a significant portion of the town's residents thinks the move was a step too far and is calling for the ban to be substituted with new rules.
6:03 am on Thursday May 16, 2013
Folly Beach County Park remains closed after heavy erosion, but stabilization work is under way and 175,000 cubic yards of sand have recently begun to make their way back to the beach.