Thriving in the off season: Winter on the South Strand

Courtesy of the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk Facebook page. The summer months bring large crowds to the Grand Strand for obvious reasons—sun, sand and surf, but over the years the area has become a year round destination. With winter temperature averages in the sixties, the Grand Strand boasts moderate weather pretty much all year long, and even in the winter months,… Read More “Thriving in the off season: Winter on the South Strand”

Fishing on the South Strand

Fishing on the South Strand By William Hewitt The shores of South Carolina host a variety of species of fish, crustaceans, and mollusks, attracting many locals and tourists to take part in the sport of fishing. Whether you prefer trolling from the stern of a boat, angling from the planks of a pier, or casting from the shorelines of the ocean,… Read More “Fishing on the South Strand”

Vacation Planning on a Budget

One of the hardest things about planning a vacation with children is making sure everything you select; the area, resort and restaurants are kid-friendly and full of options for accommodating rambunctious and exhausted kiddos. I have two children; a 5 year old and 20 month old. Finding a perfect selection to satisfy both is often challenging.  My son, the baby,… Read More “Vacation Planning on a Budget”

The Best Vacation Rental Guide on the Grand Strand!

Our 2012 Vacation Rental Guide is here! Our Vacation Rental Guide, published annually, is a free, comprehensive magazine containing everyrental property on our program. Offered as a reference guide, our Vacation Rental Guide includes a photo of each property as well as the available amenities and rental rates. Get yours today and start planning your next vacation with us here… Read More “The Best Vacation Rental Guide on the Grand Strand!”

The Historic City of Georgetown

On Saturday, May 21st, Georgetown will celebrate the Annual Harborwalk Festival. Events range from harbor boat tours, to a bass fishing tournament and is topped off by a street dance until midnight with live music. The festival was originally designed to help defray the cost of the downtown redevelopment. This included building the 12 foot wide Harborwalk along the shoreline… Read More “The Historic City of Georgetown”