Myrtle Beach State Park is one of the few places on the Carolina coast where you can experience the maritime forest habitat.
The park is open year around from 6AM to 10PM (until 8PM in winter).
Admission is $5 adults, $3.25 SC seniors, $3 children age 6-15 and free for children 5 and younger.
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SkyWheel delivers! Myrtle Beach’s newest downtown attraction is indeed worth the money, and then some.
SkyWheel offers breathtaking views from 200 feet up in the air of the Atlantic Ocean, the boardwalk and pier, and all of downtown attractions in an air-conditioned, very comfortable, glass-enclosed gondola.
The ride lasts about 12 minutes and circles you 5 [...]
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Prehistoric Native Americans on the Carolina Coast: hunting, pottery, beliefs, games, food harvesting and house buildingPosted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.12.2011
The Horry County Museum has an extensive collection of prehistoric Native American artifacts to showcase the human lifestyle before the European invasion. The museum is located near Conway Riverwalk entrance and is open Tuesday to Saturday 9AM to 5PM. Admission is free.
Humans may have inhabited North America as early as 35,000 years ago and were [...]
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Are they still alive? Horry County Museum native wildlife taxidermy, free things to do near Myrtle BeachPosted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.27.2011
That’s what my daughter kept asking me. The Horry County Museum downtown Conway has an interesting wildlife exhibit, filled with animals that once roamed the Lowcountry. Admission is free.
A pine needle fell; the eagle saw it, the deer heard it, but the bear smelled it - Native American saying
The American Black Bear is the most [...]
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A scenic walk along Waccamaw River, home to Native Americans, arboretum, Memorial bridge and historic warehouse districtPosted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.23.2011
For centuries, the Waccamaw River has provided its inhabitants shelter, food and critical transportation routes to the Atlantic Ocean. Today you too can enjoy “the boldest river in South Carolina” thanks to the amazing Conway riverwalk (half an hour drive from Myrtle Beach)
The scenic boardwalk allows for a leisurely stroll, jogging, biking and amazing photography. [...]
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