South of Myrtle Beach and near Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet is a world filled with marshes, a saltwater estuary and a huge state park.
- MarshWalk: A wooden boardwalk lines the marsh with a half-mile stretch of activities and amazing waterfront views. Stop at a watering hole for a beverage during Happy Hour, and then dine on fresh seafood like clams, crab, and oysters for dinner. Live music is the perfect way to top off the night.
- Marsh: The marsh is home to pelicans, herons and other intriguing wildlife. Rent a jet ski, kayak, paddleboard or banana boat for a close-up look.
- Huntington State Park: Visit this 2,500-acre park to explore marshes and three miles of beach on a nature walk mixed with some serious bird-watching.