I didn't get much of a chance to explore the town, but the beach sure is nice here. It is built up with a few high rises, but the off-season was pleasantly quiet.
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Surfside Beach, SC is a great little beach town along South Carolina's Grand Strand. This is my oldest after a day in the water.
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Fishing and oyster picking is the best place to be. I love the sunsets here as well.
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Just a short ride to enjoy shopping, fine and family friendly dining, as well as, great live entertainment.
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Mynlast visit was the most special. Mothers Day weekekend, first ocean/beach trip for my daughter and the last time I/we got to see my best friend alive! :( R.I.P. Clint Melton.. another angel to watch over my daughter and I!
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Pawleys Island remains one of the few stretches of beach that can consider itself authentic Low Country. The island is a slip of land separated from the mainland by a tidal creek and saltwater marsh. The only motel remains a single story clapboard 1950s 20 room retreat. Otherwise it is a combination of old family houses and those new houses ...
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Oak Island is a family style beach which is just how we like it. Once you cross that bridge and you feel the ocean breezes it is automatic chill time!
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- 133 reviews
A nice quiet beach where you can rent bikes, to ride on the beach. Kayak rentals and a bird sanctuary. Also a fishing pier where you can rent poles. The bathrooms are very neat and private and newly installed ramps from the parking lot to the beach are handicapped accessible.
- 143 reviews
This small fishing village just inside North Carolina has more that a dozen restaurants. Check out the Original Calabash right on the Inland Waterway. There is a huge gift shop in the heart of town.
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