A Whole Lot of Shuckin Goin On at the Charleston Lowcountry Oyster Festival

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ResortQuest welcomes visitors to the 25th Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival with discounts and special benefits on vacation rentals in Charleston and surrounding areas.

Historic Boone Hall Plantation, with its spectacular corridor of moss-draped live oaks, will provide the setting for the 25th Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival on Saturday, January 27. Known for its 65,000 pounds of oysters and family-oriented fun, the event, held at 1235 Long Point Road in Mount Pleasant, is consistently ranked in the Top 20 by the Southeastern Tourism Society. Attendees enjoy live music, games, and oyster shucking and eating contests. Gates open at 10:30 am and parking is free. Advance tickets are $10.00 and tickets purchased on event day at the gate are $12.00, with kids 10 and younger admitted free when accompanied with an adult. No pets or coolers are allowed. Call Kathy Britzius at 843-577-4030 or 843-452-6088 for more information about the event.

ResortQuest is offering visitors to Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Isle of Palms and Wild Dunes exciting and exclusive ways to save, all while staying in fully-equipped private homes, villas and cottages. The area offers miles of pristine beach, championship golf, tennis, biking, nature tours, shopping, dining, water-related activities and more. A program called ResortQuest Privileges offers special rates and discounts on activities, tours, dining and shopping from area venues.

About ResortQuest
ResortQuest, one of the nation’s leading vacation rental and resort real estate companies, provides a one-stop resource in North America’s premier resort destinations (ResortQuest.com). ResortQuest Charleston is the largest vacation rental company serving Charleston and the beach resort islands of Kiawah, Seabrook, Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes and Sullivan’s Island. ResortQuest has offices located on Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island and Isle of Palms, South Carolina.

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