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Really great marsh with good piers and signage. Bike and hike friendly. Convenient and clean restrooms. We didn't use the camping area, but the hookups and shower houses appeared to be in great shape and were nicely situated.
We I have visited Huntington Beach State Park on several occasions with our motorhome. Easy access to the ocean, convenient to Myrtle Beach and Georgetown. This park is managed by great folks, and has lots to do. Great for us stop over or an extended...More
We really enjoyed visiting this state park. We paid $5 per person to enter the park and then $2 per person to visit the mansion. The beach was pristine and the sand was so soft. The mansion was beautiful and very interesting.
Spectacular birding! Great campsites, wonderful beach and friendly staff!
The birding is amazing, so many places to perch and watch, or walk the beach, or through the woods, Just bring insect repellent. You have many ponds, beach, causeway and other paths to find many different...More
Response from Deborah K | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what you & your mother want to do. There are some great boardwalks and paved paths to observe the birds & alligators near the causeway. The castle within the property would also be accessible. Boardwalks... More
It depends on what you & your mother want to do. There are some great boardwalks and paved paths to observe the birds & alligators near the causeway. The castle within the property would also be accessible. Boardwalks lead to the beach which is gorgeous and quite firm near the water. My question would be what do you want to do at the beach? Having used a walker when I had a hip replaced I can tell you walking in sand is difficult & tiring...the type with wheels will have issues, but the basic, fold-up types don't have seats. You'd probably need to carry along a camp chair. There were benches on the trails and at the parking areas, but I don't remember seeing any once you got into the dunes & the beach beyond.