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Huntington Beach State Park

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Beautiful open beach

Our 7th time to Huntington Beach. Favorite beach place to go! Beautiful beach. Peaceful, plenty of... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2011
3ThreeToGo
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Walhalla, South Carolina
Hidden gem in Myrtle Beach

Absolutely the best beach in the Grand Strand. Just south of Myrtle Beach in Murrell's Inlet... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2011
jeronprez
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New Jersey
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Reviewed 19 June 2011

Our 7th time to Huntington Beach. Favorite beach place to go! Beautiful beach. Peaceful, plenty of room. Dogs welcome - just about every camper has a dog(s). There are two walkways to the beach. First one as you enter park is wooden path - easy...More

Date of experience: June 2011
2  Thank 3ThreeToGo
Reviewed 7 April 2011

Absolutely the best beach in the Grand Strand. Just south of Myrtle Beach in Murrell's Inlet. Pristine beach is part of a wildlife preserve. Excellent birding on the saltwater marsh and freshwater pond. There is a nature center, boardwalk on the marsh, and many activities...More

Date of experience: September 2010
5  Thank jeronprez
Reviewed 28 January 2011

Stayed here for a couple of weeks in Nov 2010 in a 38ft. 5th wheel. Lots of room for big rigs here. None of the sites are ocean front but a wide, gorgeous, quiet stretch of beach that's great for swimming, running, walking, fishing or...More

Date of experience: November 2010
3  Thank trailernomad
Reviewed 12 December 2010

This is a great park on it's own but I love it because it's just a short drive from Myrtle Beach but cosiderably less crowded. Very good beach with full amenities. It also has some very good nature trails down to the river. Atalaya, the...More

4  Thank TransplantedBuckeye
Reviewed 11 September 2010

nice quiet alternative to the hustle and bustle of MB. Have enjoyed many a day there, hiking, picnicking, and bike riding. (lots of easy paths and flat/easy to navigate streets and sidewalks) Nice big beach, very uncrowded! Deserted in the winter. Showers outside and inside....More

Thank DixieDoll77
Reviewed 10 August 2010

I researched my trip to this area intensively. We stayed by Charleston the first couple days and went to Folly Beach. Which is a great beach as well. On the way home I wanted to stop by here on our way to Myrtle Beach (the...More

4  Thank clover22
Reviewed 16 November 2009

I grew up in SC, and this is the beach we always went to as children. I recently went back, as my brother was married on this beach. He is the second of my four siblings to tie the knot on this beach! This beach...More

1  Thank mrsmbm
Reviewed 7 November 2009

This State Park sits right on the ocean and is within walking distance from the campsites to the beach. This place is nice and quiet throughout the day and night. We visited during September and stayed in a tent. During the daytime the temperature hovered...More

3  Thank yaras1
Reviewed 6 September 2009

What a nice state park... we stayed on the far end of the beach and had a blast... my 4 year old likes to play with others and there was just enough of that... He had a ball. On the way in, you drive over...More

1  Thank wemarionFishnGolf
Reviewed 19 August 2009

Walking down the beach here you get an idea of what the once native indian tribes and 16th century settlers experienced as they walked the Carolina coastlines 500 years ago. Dunes, sea oats, inland lagoons and behind the dune tidal marshes. Abundant wildlife including deer...More

2  Thank JeffersonDavis
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Response from B3178BGdavidb | Reviewed this property |
Depends on what time of the year you are looking for and the size of the accommodation that you need. Currently the inventory offers a whole lot of specials either with properties right on the ocean to lesser expensive... More
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You can park at Huntington and take the bike path through the park and down to Litchfield Beach. Then turn around and you can take the bike path through Murrells Inlet through restaurant row. The other bike path goes from... More
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Response from leob276 | Reviewed this property |
Adults are $5.00 per person S.C. senior citizens are $3.25 a person
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