A Charleston Adventure Awaits: Great Activity Spots in the Lowcountry

Wild Blue Ropes

Is your blood flowing?

Are you ready for an activity filled day?

Is your Goonies side about to burst?

Look no further Charleston.? Charleston Daily wants to recommend a few places where you can let loose, have a blast and create lasting memories and maybe event a few sore muscles.? Sit back and enjoy these recommendations and then get out and do them.

Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park – 411 Wando Park Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC – Whether it is a few friends, a big birthday party of a couples bounce around, this indoor playground will have you hopping, bouncing and flipping all day long.

Wild Blue Ropes – Rope Courses / Team Challenge – 1595 Highland Avenue, Charleston, SC (James Island) – Are you looking for a great corporate team building event, overcoming your feel of heights or always wanted to feel like Indiana Jones?? This is the place for you.? With over 20 unique challenges ranging in difficulty level, you can test your own personal limits with an incredibly knowledgeable and warm staff.? Make it a day on the ropes.

Coastal Climbing – 708 King Street, Charleston, SC – Who is in the mood for some rock climbing?? This indoor facility with a staff itching for adventure will help you feel as if you are hiking some of the steepest mountains in the world.? Come and get a day pass and see how high you can go.

Climbing Wall – James Island County Park – 861 Riverland Drive, James Island, SC – Maybe outdoor rock climbing is your thing.? At the James Island County Park, you can climb until you touch the clouds.? Enjoy a day of rock climbing and if you need to unwind after, there is a challenging disc golf course right next door.


Climbing Wall – Joint Base Charleston – Arthur Drive across from softball fields.? If you live in the Goose Creek or North Charleston area and driving to James Island or Charleston peninsula is too far to climb, there is an option for you.

Charleston Rush – Go Karting / Laser Tag – 3550 Ashley Phosphate Road, North Charleston, SC – Where can I kart and play laser tag and maybe slip in a little air hockey.? We got you covered at Charleston Rush.

Carolina Ice Palace – Ice Skating – 7665 Northwoods Blvd, North Charleston, SC – Want to stay cool in the heat of the summer?? Escape the heat and humidity and pop on your best ice skates.? Whether it is skating, figure skating or hockey, this is the place to get your ice on.

Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark – 8888 University Blvd, North Charleston, SC – Maybe water sports, rides and a whole lot of slipping and playing is your style.? This is fun for the entire family.

Charleston Hanger Skatepark – 1549 Oceanic Street, Charleston, SC – This is the future of boarding in Charleston.? This state of the art complex will raise the bar for skate boarding talent in the Charleston area.

I think we have your activity calendar covered.? Enjoy the thrills.


Monkeying Around at Wild Blue Ropes

One of the many reasons we celebrate Charleston is the unique and challenging activities that surround us.? We are becoming a mecca of health and wellness with Yoga in the Park, rock climbing walls, shagging, boot camps, Sky Zone, disc golf and now a rope challenge course that defies gravity offering children, adults, and families and teams the opportunity to motivate, break down the barriers of fear and use the principles of balance, athletics, courage and fun in a memorable way.

Wild Blue Ropes from a distance, as you drive down Folly Road, continues to turn heads daily.? Its complex structure and stimulating visual has created quite a buzz.

We decided to take the challenge head on.? Not notoriously strong on the balance side,? I was? a little concerned, but after only about 20 minutes, I began to rely less on the rope supports and more on my balance skills.? Careful:? the first time you look down, it is a doozer of a view.

Enjoy our personal playtime experience at Wild Blue Ropes

Looks a bit intimidating.

Early on, we were holding on for dear life.? No fear! No fear!? All fun.

Starting to feel much more comfortable.

This challenge looks a little tricky.? One step at a time.

Just hanging around.? Nothing to it.

Look, walking in the path of Big Foot.? Watch the footsteps…

We had a long fulfilling afternoon at Wild Blue Ropes.? Let’s just chill and relax for a while high off the ground.

Overall, this is a remarkable experience.? Wild Blue Ropes has catered to everyone from under 10 to 74 years old and like us, they left energized, fulfilled and wanting more.

This is high on our list of unique fun Charleston activities to put on your personal bucket list.

Wild Blue Ropes – Folly Road, James Island