Folly Beach, tagged as the "Edge of America", is a city situated on Folly Island, one of the districts of Charleston County, South Carolina.

This beach town is famous for its surfing attractions, such as the Folly Beach County Park, 10th Street, and Washout. The waters of Folly Beach are usually calm, yet it has drawn the attention of many surfers. Now, it's one of the most popular surfing locations at the East Coast. The city is truly a haven for surfers. The city's main road, Center Street, is filled with restaurants, shops (specifically surf shops,) and bars.

Other beach parks in the area are the Isle of Palms County Park and Kiawah Beachwalker County Park. After a day on the beach, the kids can head straight to the city's water parks, namely Splash Zone, Whirlin' Waters, and Splash Island. For fishing enthusiasts, great fishing locations include Mt. Pleasant Pier and Folly Beach Fishing Pier. Other Folly Beach attractions include the James Island County Park, Mullet Hall Equestrian Center, North Charleston Wannamaker County Park, Caw Caw Nature and History Interpretive Center, and the Palmetto Islands County Park.

Folly Beach is also home to several celebrations such as the Lowcountry Cajun Festival, East Coast Canoe and Kayak Festival, and Holiday Festival of Lights.