This is the best time of year to be thankful in the Lowcountry! With a steadily hot real estate market, countless new neighbors, incredible local restaurants, shops, and a thriving arts scene - the Lowcountry community is strong and thriving. 

Our corner of the Lowcountry is full of wonderful people, outstanding natural habitats, and bustling tourism. We welcome guests with open arms and it's no wonder why so many visitors end up as residents.

We are so grateful to live where others vacation, and this time of year, we like to take extra time to share our appreciation for the community. 

Check out some of the things we are extra thankful for this year!


Quality Time & Activities in the Lowcountry


We find that the Lowcountry organically creates so many great memories because of the wonderful environment we live in. 

Our community is all about outdoor activities, festivals, and outings galore! The Lowcountry has wonderful live events like music, food, and markets nearby downtown. There is no doubt that the best pick-me-up is an afternoon or evening at the beach or even dockside dining.

One thing the last year has taught us was to be extra grateful for what we have. We enjoy adventures near and far, but mostly near because there are so many places to visit and things to do! 

Between the sea and the land, there are lots of activities to explore with loved ones throughout the year, and we are eternally grateful for the experiences we get to share together. 

From strolling the beach with the family to an intimate waterfront dinner, you can always count on spending quality time with friends and family here. Even a simple, yet thoughtful picnic somehow feels more special in the Lowcountry. 

We are grateful for our environment and lifestyle here; it encourages us on a daily basis to connect with one another and create fond memories to last a lifetime. 


Lowcountry Nature: Animals & Wildlife


We are so grateful for the unique wildlife that also calls the Lowcountry “home”. With each new day, we see animals enjoying their natural habitat (the baby birds are especially adorable!) and we’re a very pet-friendly community, so you know we love seeing the pets in our home snuggling up and making us laugh. Animals truly bring us so much joy!

If you are looking for some four-legged love and are ready to grow your family, consider adopting a pet from a local shelter. Pets of all sizes will love you forever and be so thankful for a warm and loving home. 

With all the new residents coming to the Lowcountry, it’s important to mention regularly that our natural habitat is a welcoming home for alligators and you should never walk your pets near any bodies of water. You can share the Lowcountry safely with these ancient animals by simply respecting their space and keeping a 20-foot width between your pet and water.


Thankful for the Lowcountry Community


This community is so strong and we are especially grateful for the support we have experienced from neighbors, friends, family, and even strangers over the past year.

We are nearing the end of a very challenging time around the world, and there is truly nowhere better than the Lowcountry when it comes to caring, patient, and supportive neighbors.

Locals know it’s important to give our biggest smiles to grocery store cashiers and a few extra bucks on the tip to the restaurant wait staff. Spreading the love around sets the bar for the tourist season and helps visitors see how our community's cornerstone is kindness.  

We have seen the grace spread through this community at a time when we need it the most, and for that, we are grateful. 




The Lowcountry is indeed a special place and it’s the people that make us great. This year, we’re thankful for:

  1. We’ve learned a lot about ourselves and loved ones by enjoying quality time at home and in special moments in nature. 

  2. Our pets (and even wildlife) bring us so much joy! We are so grateful to have such loving, loyal creatures in our homes and environment. 

  3. Lowcountry friends and neighbors, we are thankful for you, your smiles, generosity, and random acts of kindness that brighten our day. Keep spreading the love!


What are you thankful for in the Lowcountry? How do you show your gratitude to your loved ones?

Share with us in the comments below!



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