The heart of Murrells Inlet is an historic fishing village. The marsh walk along the inlet offers a multitude of dining opportunities as well as peaceful inlet views. It is tucked away just 10 miles south of the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach. The area appeals to a variety of people of all ages and lifestyles– golfers, fishermen, boaters, retirees and professionals.
Salt water and fresh water are within 3 miles of each other – the Waccamaw River to the west and the Inlet and Ocean to the east.
Why choose Murrells Inlet?
The Seafood Capital of South Carolina -
Murrells Inlet is home to dozens of the best seafood restaurants in country but is also home to some of the nation's finest golf courses. For generations, tourists have flocked to the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk - a 1/2 mile long boardwalk that overlooks the beautiful salt marsh and offers direct access to many of the best restaurants in town.
Huntington State Park -
A state park and coastal preserve located in Murrells Inlet. Enjoy large white sandy beaches with few beach-goers and explore the nature center, which features history displays and live animals, Atalaya Castle and numerous wild bird watching areas.