Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Visitors Guide
From the Native Americans, through the Civil War, and into modern times, the Inlet has soaked in more history than your average beach destination. Presidents, Senators, athletes, and award-winning architects have passed through town, lending to several landmarks including Atalaya and Richmond Hill. The stunning historic district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features two antebellum houses, as well as a marshland backdrop for extra-engaging sights.
Not a big history buff? No problem! Just 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet still boasts many of the family-friendly beach activities and attractions we all love. A busy fleet of fishing charters will ship you straight to that prized catch, and sparkling-sand beaches are as inviting to look at as they are to lay on! This small-town fishing village is proud of their laid back atmosphere, and they show it with the slogan "it's an Inlet thing!"
What is Murrells Inlet Known for
Atalaya, Murrells Inlet Historic District, Richmond Hill, Fishing, Wildlife, Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
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