You Can Visit These 7 'Outer Banks' Spots In Charleston To Feel Like A Real Pogue & Kook
First stop after quarantine: South Carolina
It's no secret that the Netflix original series Outer Banks has taken over everyone's TVs. This week, the show hit #1 on Netflix, and for great reasons. All ages can enjoy and appreciate this show and somehow it just drags viewers in and they can't stop watching it. Between the eye-catching heartthrob John B and the adventurous lifestyle of the Pogues, there are many aspects of the show that have made the world obsessed.
Here are 7 Outer Banks locations in Charleston you'll want to put on your adventure bucket list.
Kildare County Sheriff’s Station
Address: 218 Venning St., Mt. Pleasant, SC
Why You Need To Go: The station is actually just a building full of condos, but the entire Old Village is worth seeing. Visitors can find little shops and restaurants that
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island
Address: 1000 Ocean Course Dr., Kiawah Island, SC
Why You Need To Go: This is where you can find the Kooks hanging out most of the time. It's also where the Midsommer party is and where the Pogues cause havoc. It's really a beautiful golf club in SC that visitors can dine-in and explore.
Dunes West Golf & River Club
Address: 3535 Wando Plantation Way, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Why You Need To Go: This is where the Pogues and Kooks went to watch the. This spot is in a private community, but anyone can make reservations to eat at The Grille Room which will give access to the club.
Morris Island Lighthouse
Price: $47 for a tour
Address: 1750 E Ashley Ave, Folly Beach, SC
Why You Need To Go: This lighthouse is the Redfield Lighthouse that is seen throughout the show. It's apart of theand there are tours that'll take visitors out to the lighthouse.
Washington Square Park
Address: 80 Broad St, Charleston, SC
Why You Need To Go: John B and Sarah head straight to this park when they get off the ferry on their little adventure. Visitors can take a stroll through the park and it's located conveniently in Downtown Charleston.
Price: Free to visit
Address: 149 King St., Charleston, SC
Why You Need To Go: Ben Silver is the shop John B gets his makeover at (hubba hubba). The business hosted Netflix for filming over the summer of 2019, which they say took about 12 hours to complete.*
The Wreck of the Richard & Charlene
Address: 106 Haddrell St., Mt. Pleasant, SC
Why You Need To Go: This is the restaurant that Kiara's parents own and it's actually a real place on the island. It's a cute little seafood restaurant that'll make visitors feel like they're in the show.
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*This story has been updated.