Reasons to Love the Two State Parks in Myrtle Beach
The fishing village of Murrells Inlet was once the lair of the infamous pirate Blackbeard. Today, it’s an outdoorsman’s dream. No matter your boating preference, there is an experience for every taste. And when visiting what is known as the “seafood capital of South Carolina,” you know a delicious meal awaits after a fun-filled day.
The popular MarshWalk comes alive after dark, with live music streaming from several waterfront establishments that offer spectacular views. Beautiful waterfront dining and live entertainment aren’t the only things Murrells Inlet has to offer.
Those interested in art and history will be thrilled to discover Brookgreen Gardens, a national historic landmark showcasing the world’s largest collection of outdoor American sculpture. Across the street from Brookgreen Gardens is one of the regions two state parks, Huntington Beach State Park.