Myrtle Beach State Park
Myrtle Beach State Park is one of the most popular public beaches along the South Carolina coast, and it's right across Hwy 17 from The Market Common, Withers Preserve and Seagate Village!

Behind the gates of Myrtle Beach State Park is a look at the Grand Strand when it was once a remote stretch of quiet beach and forest.

The first South Carolina State Park to open to the public in 1935, the 312-acre park was originally developed by the Civilian Conversation Corps. It includes a 350-site camping area, and is located about 300 yards from the Ocean. A limited number of sites are available for reservation. Remaining sites areavailable on a first-come first-served basis. One hundred sites accomodate RV's up to 40 feet, others up to 30 feet. Amenities include water, electricity, heated restrooms and showers, coined laundry facility and a centrally located dump station. One family or a maximum of six people are allowed per site.

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Enjoy this Photo Tour of Myrtle Beach State Park. Just steps away from The Market Common and Seagate Village
Park provides easy access to the beach. More than a million visitors a year visit the park.
There is ample parking, outdoor showers, boardwalk access, restrooms and changing facilities
Nature Center and Educational Programs
The Parks Nature Center offers saltwater aquariums, live reptiles and interactive natural history displays to help visitors understand the significance of the park. A backyard wildlife habitat complete with bird feeders, bird houses, butterfly garden, bird baths and nature sculpture is available for viewing even when the center is not open. Call the nature center at 843-238-0874 for hours of operation.
The 312-acre ocean front Myrtle Beach State Park includes a campground with 350 camping sites, cabins, nearly a mile of beach, picnic areas, a fishing pier and nature center. In addition, a nature trail provides a rare opportunity to see one of the last stands of maritime forest on the northern coast of South Carolina. Because of this distinction, the forest has been declared a Heritage Trust Site. Take a Break and Come and Enjoy Some Well Spent Time at the Myrtle Beach State Park

With the purchase of your home in Seagate Village, or Withers Preserve, you can buy an annual SC State Park pass. This pass is honored at Myrtle Beach State Park, directly across US 17 from Seagate Village, as well as at Huntington Beach State Park, located across from Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet.

Want to Make a Reservation at the Park? Here's how!
The S.C. State Park Service now offers a central reservation system that improves access to its cabins, campsites and other rentable facilities. Call, toll-free, 1-866-345-PARK to make reservations.

Or click this Link to RESERVATION CENTRAL Click Here

PARK HOURS: Year-round (daily) 6am - 10pm (subject to change) Office 9-5 M-F 11-noon, 4-5 S-S

Sand Dunes and Sea Oats
Sand dunes have more than aesthetic value. They are the first lines of defense against waves and water; serving as an important buffer between sea and land. Sea oats play an important part in the formation and preservation of sand dunes along the coast. Sea Oats are beautiful to look at and are protected by state law. look all you want, just don't damage or disturb their natural setting
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4401 South Kings HWY
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