Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand offer many relaxing things to do while on vacation. While nothing compares to just relaxing on the beach with a great book or watching the kids play in the sand we will mention several of the attractions that are essential to a great vacation.
Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
There is something for the whole family to do. Take a slow stroll along the beautiful Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk and witness the Goats on Drunken Jack Island, watch as the sea gulls scavenge the discards from the local fishermen. Yes, you can actually watch the fishing vessels tie off after a long days journey, then witness your catch of the day filleted right before your eyes. As the sun goes down enjoy several local Restaurants serving a variety of low country dishes. After dinner enjoy the live entertainment at the different venues along the way.
Brookgreen Gardens (Go early into your vacation)
Unbelievable is the best description for Brookgreen Gardens. Over 9,000 acres, the largest outdoor art exhibit in the United States. Brookgreen offers many interesting activities, whether strolling the vast grounds, riding the creek excursion boat, or learn about life was when rice was king on the trekker. We suggest that you visit early in the week because one day is just not enough, luckily your paid admission is good for a return trip over the next six days, "great value".
Huntington Beach State Park
Huntington Beach is a South Carolina Ocean front State Park with tent and RV campsites conveniently located in Murrells Inlet. Enjoy a stroll along the pristine ocean front or bird watch over the salt marsh. Don't miss out on the guided tour of hisotric Atalaya Castle or the opportunity to witness the alligators bathing in the warm sun.