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Located about three miles south from downtown Washington, D.C., Washington Ronald Reagan National (DCA) is accessible via I-395 North or South and Route 1. When you're flying from DCA to Charleston AFB Municipal (CHS), typical flight times are around 90 minutes with no stops. Your transportation choices include cars at the Rental Car Pavilion, curbside taxis and shuttles outside the terminal, and the public North Area shuttle bus. You can reach Charleston yourself by using I-26 E.
Charleston is known for its historical sites and charm. Charleston Waterfront Park, Middleton Place, the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, and Battery & White Point Gardens are all spots to see, for those looking for an outdoors experience. Fishing and whale watching are also popular in the area, with several companies operating tours and trips, and you can see the Charleston Riverdogs play at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. You’ll also find the City of Sumter, famous for its Swan Lake Iris Gardens and art gallery, is 100 miles away.
The weather in Charleston varies by season, so pack according to the time you're visiting. Fall is cool but mild, and spring is moderate. Certain times in the summer can be very hot, with temperatures over 90 degrees. Winter lows usually stay around 35 degrees, but can drop lower on occasion, with highs in the mid-50s. Many travelers stay in downtown Charleston during their trip.