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Great beach to visit when in the area. Lots of parking, the access is easy and the beach is wide and extends a long ways. Not too crowded also. I also took some time to explore the walkways around the waterways. Lots of gators, crabs,...More
We stayed in a full hookup in the new section. Close to beach access. Sites are tight although concrete and level. We ride bikes to brookgreen gardens, there is a nice path. The gardens are wonderful, much better than my expectations!
We rode over to...More
Enjoyed the birding, the hiking, the walk on the beach. i was visiting just before Hurricane Florence, so the clouds were interesting, the beach not so crowded. There is plenty of beach goers, fishing, walking, playing. The sand is beautifully soft, I have an issue...More
Loved this state park. So much to do. $5 per person is worth it, we went two days in a row. I pray the park weathered hurricane Florence. A beautiful beach to enjoy, walk, sit swim your choice. Walking trails, camping a marsh walk. The...More
We did not camp at this park, but it is a sister to Myrtle Beach State Park so it was free for us to go in. We are SO glad that we did. What an amazing time we had watching and photographing the wildlife in...More
We tent camped here the week of labor day and I cant say enough great things about the place! The beach was clean, beautiful, and not at all crowded! The campsite was pretty private, large, and shady! The campground itself was spectacular. The bathrooms were...More
This was our second time camping here. The sites are spacious, facilities are mostly new, clean and air conditioned. The beach is beautiful and almost empty on the campground side. We didn’t explore the trails this trip because it was just too hot and humid...maybe...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.