It seems that when people think of South Carolina beaches, they usually think Myrtle Beach. What many travelers don't realize is that the signature coastline that has defined Myrtle Beach as a popular summer getaway doesn't stop there. Stretching between Myrtle Beach and Charleston you'll find the unspoiled, uncrowded beauty of Hammock Coast: your 2014 summer vacation hideaway.
Book your Hammock Coast accommodations today and start planning your 2014 summer escape.
Steeped in history and offering an undeniably relaxing retreat away from the hustle of other coastal destinations, Hammock Coast is the ideal location for couples and families looking to experience South Carolina’s best. Here’s why you’ll be vacationing on Hammock Coast this summer:
A Gorgeous, Easy-To-Get-To Location | Just 20 minutes from Myrtle Beach, Hammock Coast is far enough away from the tourist crowds, but close enough to get to without spending a day in the car. This South Carolina Low Country locale is made up of a distinct collection of Georgetown County communities: Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet, Garden City Litchfield Beach and Georgtown.
The Incredible Natural Attractions | If you’re looking for long stretches or warm, uncluttered beaches, you’ll love Hammock Coast. Here, you’ll find miles of sand for sunbathing – including Huntington Beach State Park and Garden City Beach. The best part? You can experience the lovely coastal landscape in more ways than one. National Geographic Magazine featured Hammock Coast as one of its "Top 10 Adrenaline Outposts" for it’s great fishing, boating and outdoor recreation opportunities. Golf on some of South Carolina’s most awarded courses along the Waccamaw Golf Trail, paddleboard through the Pawleys Island and Litchfield salt marsh eco-systems or go crabbing in Murrells Inlet – whatever you decide!
Rich Coastal Heritage | Hammock Coast has a history of relaxation. Pawleys Island has served as a seaside resort town for more than 250 years, and it’s evident in its centuries-old beachhouse architecture. More than 30 antebellum houses and other landmarks along the Hammock Coast have made the National Register of Historic Places, meaning you can immerse yourself in the history of the area anywhere you go. Explore the Hopsewee Plantation, take a Ghosts of Georgetown lantern tour or snap some photos of a host of historical churches throughout the area.
Hammock Coast Is Waiting For You. When Will You Visit? Kayak, sunbathe, hike, golf – on Hammock Coast, you can decide to do nothing or everything and be completely satisfied with your vacation. Stay up to date with the latest events with the Hammock Coast eNewsletter and take a look at what'll be happening during your vacation on the Hammock Coast Event Calendar.
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