Village of Murrells Inlet, SC!
just 10 miles south of fast paced Myrtle Beach,
we invite you to visit the historic fishing village
of Murrells Inlet. In days long past, Murrells
Inlet was the home of Native American tribes,
16th century Spanish explorers, and English colonists
during the 17th century. Rich rice plantations,
marked the area. Even Blackbeard the Pirate made
a stop to bury plundered rum.
are very few hotels and motels, but the beachfront
is stocked with beach homes for rent and offer
spectacular views of the ocean and marsh.
great salt marsh is a breathtaking sight to behold
and is rich with fresh seafood for all. There
are dozen of restaurants to sample the fresh catch
of the day, as well as many other type of cuisines.
keep you busy, there are several golf courses,
mini golf courses, parasailing, fishing charters,
and tours to fill the day. Two main features for
recreation are the beautiful Brookgreen Gardens,
and Huntington State Park, located on the border
with Pawleys Island.
You'll marvel at Brookgreen Gardens. This 9,200-acre
property is home to many animal habitats, sculptures,
and gardens of both plants and water. Huntington
State Park remains a getaway from development
with is untouched beach, freshwater lagoon, saltmarsh,
and the national historic landmark, "Atalaya"
find plenty of shopping in the area from malls,
beachwear, and antiques. Development is exploding
in Real Estate so you can easily stake a claim
to some land for a second home, or to make Murrells
Inlet your primary abode. One thing is for sure.
We suggest Murrells Inlet as a definite area to
explore when visiting the Grand Strand.
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