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Myrtle Beach


South Carolina

Huntington Beach State Park and Atalaya

...and a temperate climate that makes it easy for visitors to enjoy outdoor attractions year-round.

From bird-watching in the state parks, to strolling through Brookgreen Gardens or exploring the wooded trails of Hopsewee Plantation, there is much to discover and appreciate in the Myrtle Beach area’s great outdoors.

Huntington Beach State Park and Atalaya

Huntington Beach State Park boasts a lagoon, maritime forest, salt marshes and three miles of the most well-preserved beach on the Grand Strand. The lush park environment provides prime habitats for wildlife including alligators and more than 300 recorded species of birds.
The park is also home to Atalaya, the former winter home of prominent American sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington, whose works are displayed at Brookgreen Gardens. Other park amenities include a campground, education center, boardwalks and nature trails.

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The Myrtle Beach area is home to two outstanding oceanfront state parks. Here, visitors to Huntington Beach State Park stroll along on a boardwalk and explore the saltmarsh.
The Myrtle Beach area is home to two outstanding oceanfront state parks. Here, visitors to Huntington Beach State Park stroll along on a boardwalk and explore the saltmarsh.

   
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