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South of the border

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If you have ever driven the area of I-95 along North and South Carolina, you have surely seen the familiar signs for South of the Border. South of the Border is about the only thing in the small town of Dillon and it is a pretty eye-catching road-side attraction. The next time you find yourself in the area (South Carolina) or on a road trip driving down that lonely stretch of I-95, take a few minutes to stop and visit South of the Border. #SouthCarolina #roadtrip #attraction #trip #visit

If you’ve ever traveled down I-95 between North and South Carolina, you’ve definitely seen the billboards for miles featuring Pedro, a Mexican cartoon character with a sombrero and sandals. I stopped there countless times driving from Atlanta to Wilmington as well as to Myrtle Beach. South of the Border is just about the only thing […]

Funky rest stop. I-95's Tijuana-style celebration of kitsch at the Carolina border

I-95's Tijuana-style celebration of kitsch at the Carolina border.

Love it or hate it, there's no ignoring South of the Border, the state's largest and zaniest roadside attraction. See what the owners and employees have in store for motorists this summer tourist season.

Love it or hate it, there's no ignoring South of the Border, the state's largest and zaniest roadside attraction. See what the owners and employees have in store for motorists this summer tourist season.

This was one of the kitschy $99 honeymoon suites pictured in the 70s with red shag carpeting, water-beds and sombrero shaped canopies at the Hotel South of the Border. No, not Mexico, south of the North Carolina border.

It’s highway Americana at its best and it all started in 1949 with a shocking-pink beer stand just south of the state border for the thirsty patrons of North Carolina where it was illegal to sell alcohol in its counties. Over the years, its grown from a lone beer stand into a fabulously kitsch 300…

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If you’re driving from North to South Carolina, you need to stop at the gigantic sombrero calling you to South of the Border, one of America’s favorite road side attractions.

If you’re driving from North to South Carolina, you need to stop at the gigantic sombrero calling you to South of the Border, one of America’s favorite road side attractions.