C & S Press is a convenience type store located in the Bank of America Plaza Building. They have everything you want in the way of convenience: chips, candies, drinks, magazines, and even a good selection of greeting cards. Owners are very friendly and courteous. Prices are reasonable for uptown location.
We have stayed at this campground several times. It is located on the beautiful panhandle of Florida. The campground is an actual nature preserve. The resort is very well maintained and always crowded. Most sites are excellent. The park runs a tram down to the beach area throughout the day. Very convenient.
The Emerald Isle Wine Market is located at the entrance of the Holiday Trav-L Park. It is a cute little store with a nice selections of wines and accessories. Prices are reasonable.
We have camped at Coneross Park several times. As with most all COE parks, the sites are large and there is lots of space in between sites. Sites are heavily wooded and a lot are located directly around the shores of Lake Hartwell. There is not a lot to do at this park other than fish and swim. Facilities are not well maintained. Bath houses get dirty quickly and stay dirty. Electric and water only. No full hook ups. The campground gets crowded very quickly. Reserve early.
Royal Cleaners is located next to the Matthews Presby Church in downtown Matthews. They have performed a decent job on cleaning my clothes and prices are consistent with the local competition; however, there are other cleaners in the area who do an equally good job, but they greet you more pleasantly when you walk through the door. At Royal, I never got the same treatment.
This shoe repair is located in the skywalk area in between the Bank of America Plaza Building and the Bank of America Corporate Center. They do a very good job with shoe repairs. They are a little pricey, but it is line for the uptown location.
Sunrise Cleaners is located in Founders Hall in the Bank of America Corporate Center. They do a good job and prices are a little pricey but are within reason for the uptown office location. You can't beat the convenience of the location if you work uptown.
My family has camped for years. Our favorite campground is James Island County Park. This is the best, well run campground. Facilities and amenities are excellent. Staff is everywhere keeping the park maintained. There is a climbing wall, fishing and crabbing pier, miles of paved bike paths, and a water park all within the confines of the park. Rates are extremely reasonable. Campers have free parking access at any other county facility (Folly Beach pier, etc.). We will keep returning to this campground,
We visited this park and loved it. It is a huge park with lots to do. They have a great little pier where you can fish and crab. Lots of ocean beach front. The park is home to SC's only public accessible lighthouse that dates back to the 1870s. The campsites at the front of the park located on the ocean are premium spots and hard to reserve. The campsites in the back half of the park are in the luscious forest amidst lots of little lagoons. The sites in the back half of park are non-reservable. They are first come first serve.
We visited this campground one time. It came highly recommended, but we were very disappointed. The sites were very narrow with steep drop offs on each side. There were no playgrounds located anywhere near us in the park. Bathrooms were not kept clean. Not much to do other than play in the lake.