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charming

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Posted: 01/26/19 06:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

lewisr wrote:

Check out Groupon for a discount to Brookgreen. Saved us a significant amount on admission. This was a couple years back.

New one just came out.

Tonight is the Super Bowl, a big fundraiser for Georgetown county's Habitat for Humanity. About 40 restaurants will be serving soup in hand decorated bowls. Tons of fun. It is not far in Pawleys Island.


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Go early in your stay for Brookgreen as the admission is valid for 7 days. Found out when we bought went the last day of our stay. [emoticon]

Favorite restaurant in Murrells Inlet is the Inlet Crab Hourse. Avoid the BBQ place unless you like viniger base.

We live down near Charleston and go up there in the winter time for a weekend or two because the rates are cheaper and traffic isn't as bad. Mainly just chill and take 1,000s of pics from the causeway of the birds.


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thanks for all the input. the park lived up to its reputation. we had 3 great days. our site was in the newer south campground with 50amp full hookups. couple minutes walk to the beach. spent most of one day in georgetown on the waterfront. brookgreen does have groupon discount available.

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wildtoad wrote:

Plenty of great seafood restaurants in Murrels, though being the off season may be just a few open. Do go see Brookgreen Gardens. Good way to spend the afternoon. HBSP has a nice marsh boardwalk and usually a lot of sea birds to see. Also, a nice long walk in the woods, or down the old driveway between Antalya (pronounced At A Lie A) and 17. Back across the causeway. You may catch sight of a few alligators. You could take a drive down to Beaufort a nice old southern town.

While in the area, drive up and check out MB State Park. It has a nice fishing pier, and since you will already have a state park pass, won’t cost a thing to enter the park to check it out. It too has some nice walking trails.

Or you could just chill out on the beach...


we have stayed at MB state park in the past and like it very much also. amazing that both parks are so close to heavy commercial development yet once you are in the parks have the feel of being way off the beaten path.

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