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One of South Carolina’s most popular beach destinations, beach bums and nature nuts alike can find loads of entertainment and leisure here. Aside from sublime bird watching outlooks and Read more...
One of South Carolina’s most popular beach destinations, beach bums and nature nuts alike can find loads of entertainment and leisure here. Aside from sublime bird watching outlooks and serene walks along the park’s foremost beach, The Grand Strand, outdoor lovers can also hit-up the nature center and education center to learn more about the area’s native flora and fauna. As one of the most recognizable landmarks in the state, the vast, postcard-esque sands offer sea-breeze camping, nestled inside public campgrounds, and great surfing destinations up and down the coast. And speaking of camping, nearly 200 campsites populate the picturesque landscape, with more than half offering full hook-up services for RVs. After you’ve hooked-up the RV and/or pitched a tent, trudge along the area’s miles of hiking trails, most of which comb through the area’s 2,500-acre freshwater lagoon and shoreline itself.
Fancy yourself a die-hard art fan? 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!
Winter’s are a bit icy and cold, so plan to visit around the spring and summer months.