7. Murrells Inlet, SCGet More Info
Why go: Skip the spring break vibes of Myrtle Beach in favor of Murrells Inlet. Pirates used to stash their booty here back in the 1700s. Now, it’s known as the seafood capital of South Carolina, thanks to its bounty of fresh fish, clams, oysters, and crabs that can be found in the surrounding waters. Try them all at the restaurants along the Marsh Walk, a 1,400-foot boardwalk winding through the wetlands.
Where to stay: Boutique hotel Inlet Sports Lodge was designed specifically for outdoor enthusiasts. After spending the day fishing from one of the three nearby marinas, you can use their fish-cleaning room to prep your own catch for dinner. And golf fans will appreciate the proximity to Myrtle Beach courses like Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club.
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