Considered the main artery of Old Town Bluffton, Calhoun Street is home to many venerable restaurants, art studios, historic places, businesses, and the bluff. Bluffton became a stopover for many travelers in between, Charleston, Beaufort and Savannah in the late 1800s. These travelers were able to explore Bluffton due to a steamboat landing that was constructed at the end of Calhoun Street. Today you'll find a public dock at the end of Calhoun Street where many tourists and locals spend time admiring the May River next to The Church of the Cross.Video of Calhoun Street
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