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#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
The nature center conducts guided walks: Docent Marie led us on an enjoyable and informative hike, sharing fun historical stories and teaching us about marine and woodland nature.
Rangers are super nice Lots of clean beach front Little stores for various things Boy Scouts helpful all around in park Head ranger Gerri is as awesome as the regular rangers staff is helpful and park is clean Can...
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
We enjoyed Water and Wheels Water Park, Atlantis mini golf, parasailing by West Gate Resort, restaurants in Murrell's Inlet, the Marshwalk in Murrell's Inlet, dolphin watch boat trip in Barefoot Landing, shopping,...
Quiet areas, traversing obstacles high in the trees, water sports readily available, fishing, nightlife, restaurants of all kinds, Mazes, amusement parks, race tracks for race cars and go-carts, waves, beautiful b...
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
Truly a wonderful and impressive park.
By far one of the best parks and playgrounds we have ever visited.
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
The beauty of nature and the close encounter with these beings is very memorable....and relaxing.
... jobs with them....such good role models for young people visiting....a little expensive but you leave with an education about the ocean world....leave the amusement park and you leave the amusement park....
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#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
Great food varieties, easy to get to, lots of parking, night life, music in park, sky wheel, clean..
... of weekly events to decide if you would like to visit one of the many theaters or do the 'nature' route and visit Brookegreen Gardens or multiple other attractions such as the National Park or art gallery.
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
The park is just for RT 17 and a few minutes from Camp Bow Wow where our dogs were bording so we took them there each morning to play and see us each day.
This is a very well thought out dog park with swimming in a large lake and plenty of benches scattered around for everyone to enjoy.
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach
I especially enjoyed the nature walk down by the waccamaw river, and I especially enjoyed feeding the donkeys.
The staff inside the park is friendly, hospitable, will answer your questions and tell you about the animals and their care.
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in Myrtle Beach