Logan Waddell

Hilton Head, Charleston, Boise, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Aiken, Crystal Coast

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  1. How to Spend a Rainy Day in Charleston

    Charleston

    Anyone who's familiar with the Holy City will know that a rainy day in Charleston makes the town look like Atlantis. Here's how to make the most of it.

  2. Charleston's Best Spots for Fueling Up Before and After Surfing

    Charleston

    Charleston is a foodie's dream town. It's also a surfer's. Here are the best places in the Holy City to fuel up before and after surfing.

  3. 5 Lowcountry Waterways to Explore this Spring

    Charleston

    Charleston area is home to some of the best coastal paddling in the South. Here's a guide to the best Lowcountry waterways to explore this spring.

  4. An Insider's Guide to Sullivan’s Island

    Charleston

    Don't let the summer crowds at Sullivan's Island scare you. We explore what to do, where to eat, and how to enjoy one of Charleston's best beaches.

  5. How to Eat on the Trail the Charleston Way

    Charleston

    True backpackers know the importance of a warm, tasty meal after a long day of touring. Here's how to eat on the trail the Charleston way.

  6. Insider's Guide to the Cooper River Bridge Run

    Charleston

    We sat down with a 12 year veteran of the Cooper River Bridge Run to get her thoughts about the largest (and best?) race in South Carolina.

  7. Holy City How To: Hosting an Oyster Roast

    Charleston

    Some cities have backyard barbeques or crawdad roasts. Charleston is home to the oyster roast. A celebration of the Lowcountry, filled with good food, friends, and drinks.

  8. Get High in the Lowcountry: The 5 Best Views in Charleston

    Charleston

    Here is a guide to finding the best views in Charleston, from the Rooftop Bar at the Vendue to the middle of the Ravenel Bridge.

  9. 19 Must-Do Charleston Adventures in 2015

    Charleston

    Here are 19 unique ways to ring in the New Year Lowcountry style, from paddling with dolphins to shucking oysters with friends.

  10. Winter Time at the Washout

    Charleston

    The Washout attracts surfers from all across the Lowcountry, and it only gets better in the winter. Here's how to enjoy it.

  11. Best New Restaurants For Outdoor Lovers in Charleston

    Charleston

    It seems as though an incredible new restaurants open everyday. Here are the best new restaurants for outdoor lovers in Charleston.

  12. Lowcountry Local

    Here are RootsRated's favorite tried and true local companies that capture the heart and soul of local Charleston craft.

  13. Dawn Patrol in the Lowcountry

    Charleston

    Make this winter one that's dedicated to dawn patrol. Wake up early, hit the beach, and catch swells before your boss has gotten out of bed.

  14. Sourcing Your Thanksgiving Feast

    Charleston

    If you want to ensure your Thanksgiving meal will be one to remember this year, it's as simple as sourcing your meat and veggies. There's no reason not to dine like southern royalty this holiday season, so forget about a trip to the supermarket, and drive just a little bit further to the country.

  15. 5 Charleston Date Ideas

    Charleston

    Charleston can be a very romantic place. Whether you're going for the traditional dinner date at one of Charleston's many amazing restaurants or mixing things up with a bicycle ride, beach picnic, or sunset stroll, there are plenty of options for impressing your significant other.

  16. An Ode to Wading

    Charleston

    Wading... many images flood the mind at the mention of the word. The sharp grass cutting into your calves, sinking waist deep into rancid pluff mud, wind so strong you can barely cast your line, and gnats as thick as a brick wall when the wind calms down — it's not for the faint of heart.

  17. Halloween in Charleston

    Charleston

    Halloween is almost here, which means there will be plenty of fun things to do in Charleston — a colonial town with more than its fair share of ghost folklore and haunted history.

  18. An Insiders Guide to Paddling and Camping at Capers Island

    Charleston

    Capers Island is a picturesque barrier island, about an hour east of downtown Charleston, and is one of the best places in South Carolina to enjoy a coastal backpacking trip.

  19. Lowcountry 101

    Charleston

    Typically, the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions the lowcountry is the Marsh. Charleston's famed landscape has inspired painters and writers, and has been known to leave many speechless upon their first sight of it.

  20. Catching Swells & Eating Well

    Charleston

    There's no better way to enjoy the wonderful Charleston cuisine than after hitting the trails or catching the swells in the surrounding area.

  21. Alleyways & Corridors

    Charleston

    One of the best ways to explore Charleston is by foot. There are so many hidden paths through ancient alleyways and cobblestone corridors, so many interesting architectural details on the local buildings, and so many intimate insights that simply can't be experienced from a car.

  22. Why Jones Gap State Park is a Must-Visit this Fall

    Charleston

    Jones Gap is one of South Carolina’s most celebrated state parks. The park is situated near the North Carolina- South Carolina border and the Middle Saluda River and attracts thousands of visitors every year.

  23. Tails and Tides

    Charleston

    Captain Henry “Harry” Tomlinson and first mate Fritz (Fritz is a Yellow Lab) have been trolling the shallow tides of Charleston for as long as they can remember.

  24. How to Spend a Weekend in Charleston

    Charleston

    Figuring out what to do in Charleston if you only have one weekend can be a pretty difficult task, but with the RootsRated Insider's Guide, you're in good hands.

  25. Surf’s Up

    Charleston

    The surf in Charleston might not be known for any Mavericks, but the modest swell and friendly surfers in the area make it a great spot for summer surfing.