South Carolina - South Carolina is a state made for outdoor enthusiasts who delight in water activities. Located along the Atlantic Ocean, coastal cities offer year-round activities such as fishing, kayaking and surfing, on their pristine, white sand beaches. The state’s central region is known for its inland water trails through picturesque lakes, swamps and slow-moving, blackwater rivers. Known as the “Upcountry,” the mountainous region in the northwestern most tip of the state features cascading natural waterfalls and some of the best whitewater rafting in the U.S. Around historic Charleston, residents can pull lawn chairs, umbrellas and beach toys from their self storage units for a relaxing day on Folly Beach. They can also retrieve rugged hiking gear for wilderness walks along the shores of Bull Island. While eco-tours are available in the Columbia area, residents can explore the Congaree Swamp and the Saluda River on their own with canoes and rowboats kept in nearby mini storage facilities. Greenville and Spartanburg self storage units contain the rafts, paddles and lifejackets residents need to take on whitewater rapids. Hundreds of self storage facilities are located in communities across South Carolina.