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The fishing pier at Myrtle Beach State Park
and a fun photo opp in the giant beach chair!
One of the few undeveloped beach fronts in Myrtle Beach
at the State Park looking back from the fishing pier.
Wide beach at Myrtle Beach State Park
almost deserted before Memorial Day!
A view of the fishing pier from the beach
at Myrtle Beach State Park. Small sharks like to ‘clean up’ leftover bait tossed in by fishermen at the end of the day.
Walkway from the campground to the beach
at Myrtle Beach State Park. The campground is crowded, but the proximity to the beach is terrific!
Fresh seafood is the benefit of a coastal destination
and Murrell’s Inlet has a number of great restaurants, like Dead Dog Saloon!
Oyster shells form small islands around the harbor
at Murrell’s Inlet. We strolled the long pier out into the bay to watch the boats go by.
One of the harbors at Murrell's Inlet
with several restaurants on either side of the harbor, it’s an easy choice to dine here.
Dune walkover from the beach to the state park
campground and parking areas. Whether you visit for the day or camp, it is an easy walk from the car to the beach.