Welcome to the historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, a quaint little town full of hanging moss, oyster beds, and low country charm. Tucked away just ten miles south of the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach along a beautiful saltwater estuary, you’ll find the historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet. Murrells Inlet is a true fishing village, unspoiled by the frenetic pace of modern life with working fishermen coming and going with the tide. It's a place sought out by anglers and naturists, known by antique collectors, and prized by long-time and new residents alike. Close by are some of the nation's finest golf courses and cultural attractions. So, whether you are dreaming of fishing, boating, dining, or unwinding in South Carolina, Murrells Inlet is the place to reside, recharge and relax.
The 1/2 mile long boardwalk overlooking a pristine salt marsh, also known as the Marshwalk, is home to many award-winning restaurants as well as marinas for recreational outings, deep-sea fishing charters, boat tours, individual boat rentals, scuba diving, kayaking, parasailing, and jet skiing. Take a walk and enjoy the wildlife and scenery, or stop in on one of the many decks and patios featuring live music. A quick look at the many menus displayed long the way will reveal that savory Low Country cuisine is served at all of the Marshwalk restaurants.
In addition to the fishing and fine dining, Huntington State Park and Atalya, Archer and Anna Huntington's South Carolina home are part of the natural charm and wonder of Murrells Inlet.
Brookgreen Gardens is another Murrells Inlet "resident" you will want to get to know. The Gardens, not only home to the largest outdoor sculpture collection in the United States but also home to an ever-changing landscape, make Murrells Inlet a community that is rich in tradition and welcoming to newcomers as well!
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