North Myrtle Beach

While North Myrtle Beach features some of the most striking beaches and picturesque scenery, the residents of North Myrtle Beach are respectful and welcoming. Behind the numerous travelers who visit the area each year is a flourishing community ready…

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Myrtle Beach

Home of “The Shag,” the City of North Myrtle Beach is located along a nine-mile stretch of the Atlantic Ocean coastline in the northeastern section of South Carolina. North Myrtle Beach was formed in 1968 when four small beach towns, Cherry Grove…

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Initially known as Kingston, Conway, South Carolina is home to a wide variety of dining, shopping, and picturesque views. Conway, SC was founded in 1734 and is rich with both natural and American history. A drive through the streets of this exciting…

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Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach also nicknamed as “The Family Beach” is a small charming town with plenty of family-friendly activities. The beach consists of 10 by 35 blocks stretch, between the Atlantic Ocean and Kings Highway. About 4,000 permanent residents call…

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Murrells Inlet

Murrells Inlet, now known as “the seafood capital of South Carolina”, wasn’t a family-friendly destination as it is today. In the early 1800’s, the inlet creeks offered a hiding place for pirates waiting to raid unsuspecting English ships. You may have…

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Pawleys Island

The seaside community offers a welcoming atmosphere to vacationing visitors and some 12 remaining residences, dating back from the late 1700’s and mid-1800’s still remain in the historic district. Its leisurely existence has made it one of the oldest…

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