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Huntington Beach State Park

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Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina

Huntington Beach will have you happy as a clam. Beach bums and nature nuts alike will find gobs of entertainment and leisure. The park’s beach, The Grand Strand, ain’t called that for nothin’. As Read more...

Huntington Beach will have you happy as a clam. Beach bums and nature nuts alike will find gobs of entertainment and leisure. The park’s beach, The Grand Strand, ain’t called that for nothin’. As one of the most recognizable landmarks in the state, the vast, postcard-esque sands offer slammin’ sea-breeze camping, phat surf fishing and bomb bird-watching. Several hiking trails wind through the varying beach habitats, including a saltwater marsh, a 2,500-acre freshwater lagoon and along the shoreline itself. The natural history of the area is highlighted in the park’s environmental education center.

Pay a visit in September for the annual, three-day Atalaya Festival. Atalaya is the former home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. The Moorish-style winter home and sculpture studio was built during the Great Depression by the New York philanthropists, and hosts over 100 artists and their work during the weekend of the festival. Camping...with crafts to boot!

Huntington Beach Campground
Adam: Nice Campground with an active community. Great food nearby in Murrells Inlet.
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