Legendary Murrells Inlet is the place where hush puppies were invented, and where Blackbeard and other pirates of the high seas stashed their ill-gotten booty!
Known as the "Seafood Capital Of South Carolina" you'll enjoy fresh seafood right from the dock along with gorgeous views. Many restaurants, shops, parasailing, jet skiing and fishing excursions can all be accessed from the half-mile Marshwalk.
Cycling Enthusiasts can "Bike the Neck" along a bike trail that extends from Murrells Inlet to Pawleys Island. Or take a boat ride out of Wacca Wache Marina and cruise along the river -- see remnants of the south's most notorious rice plantations, moss-laden oaks, eagles and osprey.
Huntington Beach State Park is an oceanfront park and offers camping, fishing, hiking trails and access to three miles of remote, beautiful unspoiled beach. Surrounded by some 2,500 acres of native flora and fauna, the park offers many observation decks and walking trails to further enhance your enjoyment.