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We found Huntington Beach State Park as we were traveling down the east coast line on vacation. Just about 20 to 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach and right in the beautiful Murrells Inlet (separate reviews). I called last minute and they had a campsite...More
Almost never crowded, except for major summer holidays. Beautiful clean beach, lots of shady picnic spots, a creepy castle to explore (really!), nice restrooms, and a souvenir store that sells cold drinks. It's practically perfect!
I hate to tell people about Huntington Beach, because, except for a few days in the summer, it's rarely crowded....and I don't want it to be! The beach is beautiful, and the drive over the marsh to get to the beach and campground is a...More
We decided to stop of here and play in the ocean on our way to Myrtle Beach. The park has nice facilities and the parking to the beach access was easy! Highly recommend if you are driving by and see the sign you pull in...More
Park and beach was clean and well maintained.
Beach was busy, but plenty of room for everyone. Up to 7x7 tent is allowed on the beach, unlike Myrtle Beach State Park and other Myrtle Beach shores.
Beach has wash stations, changing rooms within bathroom and...More
This State Park has so much to offer. There are cool trails, one of the prettiest beaches, and an architectural gem. You can access them all and so much more. Our favorite was the Atalaya Castle. Multimillionaires Archer and Anna Huntington built their private retreat...More
This campground is a hidden gem. It it maintained very well and the bath houses have all been renovated and are always clean. The layout is awesome with large lots, you are never right on top of your neighbor. We have a 38' 5th wheel....More
Response from Deborah K | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what you & your mother want to do. There are some great boardwalks and paved paths to observe the birds & alligators near the causeway. The castle within the property would also be accessible. Boardwalks... More
It depends on what you & your mother want to do. There are some great boardwalks and paved paths to observe the birds & alligators near the causeway. The castle within the property would also be accessible. Boardwalks lead to the beach which is gorgeous and quite firm near the water. My question would be what do you want to do at the beach? Having used a walker when I had a hip replaced I can tell you walking in sand is difficult & tiring...the type with wheels will have issues, but the basic, fold-up types don't have seats. You'd probably need to carry along a camp chair. There were benches on the trails and at the parking areas, but I don't remember seeing any once you got into the dunes & the beach beyond.