The coastal regions of the Carolinas and Georgia feature an abundance of superb beaches, lagoons, barrier islands, estuaries, bays, sounds, marshes, forests, and more. Bowen focuses on recreational opportunities and the natural and political history of this region that draws some 20 million visitors annually. Photos. Maps.The Sierra Club Guide to the Low Country, Beaches, and Barrier Islands of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia John Bowen ... The citya#39;s aspirations to rival Nags Head as a resort were never quite achieved, but it grew rapidly and ultimately became the largest city on the Crystal Coast. ... The visitor entering on U.S. Route 70 will pass several marinas on inlets before reaching the main part of city.
|Title||:||Adventuring Along the Southeast Coast|
|Publisher||:||Sierra Club Books for Children - 1993|