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Nature Calls Travelers to The Myrtle Beach Area of South Carolina

Where the Great Outdoors are in Full Bloom

While endless attractions in the Myrtle Beach area offer enough enjoyment to fill a season's worth of leisure, Mother Nature has crafted an entirely different dimension of play along the South Carolina coast. Here are some great ways to experience the natural side of Myrtle Beach:

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Black River Outdoors Center

62 Byers Trail
Pawleys Island, SC 29585

Carolina Safari Jeep Tours

1551 21st Avenue North
Suite 15
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Inlet Point Plantation

5800 Highway 236
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Myrtle Beach State Park

4401 South Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

The Pier At Garden City

110 South Waccamaw Drive
Garden City, SC 29576

Two Scenic State Parks

Nature-lovers are treated to a unique combination of land and sea at Myrtle Beach State Park or Huntington Beach State Park, where a wide-open beach and fishing pier are combined with a lush, oceanfront maritime forest.  Each park has some great activities.

Myrtle Beach State Park

Located in the heart of the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach State Park boasts a great beach, fishing pier, 350 campsites, cabins, picnic shelters, activity center, nature center, hiking trails and free nature programs with admission to the park. (843) 238- 5325 (866) 345-PARK to reserve campsites, lodging, picnic shelters, meeting facilities

Huntington Beach State Park

The diverse natural environment of the South Carolina coast can be observed at the freshwater lagoon, salt marsh, nature trails and a fabulous stretch of beach at Huntington Beach State Park. The park has 133 campsites, picnic areas with shelters, nature programs and the historic castle Atalaya, once the winter home of sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband, Archer. (843) 237-4440 (866) 345-PARK to reserve campsites, lodging, picnic shelters, meeting facilities.