It’d be great if Grand Strand-area state parks came with a user’s manual, wouldn’t it?
Well, this is pretty close! Myrtle Beach is fortunate to have two incredible state parks close by. There’s so much to see and do in each, and each has its uniqueness to appreciate.
Read before you venture out this summer. Also, here are a few things to know when you visit S.C. parks.
This Atlantic beach and wetlands park features alligators, rich birdlife, and sea turtles. Egrets and herons frequent the Sandpiper Pond Nature Trail, which has a viewing deck. You can also walk the boardwalk over a lagoon and visit a Moorish-style castle.
Make a reservation for camping or day-use picnic areas.
Points of Interest
It’s a 312-acre site on land that Myrtle Beach Farms donated in 1934. South Carolina’s first state park was part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal Program. It includes a mile of underdeveloped beach.
Make a reservation for camping, cabins, or day-use picnic areas.
Points of interest
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