Pinckney National Wildlife Refuge it’s a natural gem, a free, must see Hilton Head family attraction, located right off of Hwy 278 bridge. Admission is free and the park is open year round dawn to dusk.
The very diverse ecosystem includes freshwater ponds, salt marshes and tidal creeks, pine and hardwood forests and edge shrubs. There [...]
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We don’t have to go to the zoo or a fancy animal park. Just sit in a rocking chair on our front porch and enjoy the show. Every week we get a “friendly” visit from our furry, scaly or feathery neighbors: deer, rabbits, racoons, opossums, snakes (non venomous thank God!), foxes, turtles, turkeys, geese, and [...]
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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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I’m amazed every time I see wild dolphins swim freely by the shore, just like nature intended… This time I was fortunate to watch a pair of dolphins performing big synchronized jumps while swimming in tandem. What a spectacular show! And it was all free, watching from our oceanfront balconies by the Cherry Grove Pier.
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