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My family vacationed in Cherry Grove this year. Three adults and three teenagers. Each person got to pick one activity in which ALL of us had to participate. My mom's choice was Atalaya Castle as she loves touring old historic sites. It was a HOT...More
Nice place to visit. I would suggest getting the audio, it's well worth the $3. It was an hours drive from NMB but I enjoyed the area. Nice day out. We could have beached there also if we wanted. I could see how a day...More
We visited the gift/camp store to get a feel for what to see. We then walked the short trail behind the store around to the Atalaya driveway/causeway. As we walked along the concrete path, I noticed an alligator waiting at the edge of the marsh!...More
Brookgreen Gardens is across the street from Atalaya. Admission to Atalaya is $5 per person versus $18 for Brookgreen. We took teenager to Atalaya first. When he expressed appreciation for Atalaya we took him to Brookgreen. We liked the ruins of "castle". Atalaya translates to...More
Who knew there was an actual castle in the eastern US. The cost is minimal to tour and the fees go toward preservation. It is a good representation of Spanish architecture in the south. It contains many rooms and studios and offices for the Huntington’s....More
Great place to go. Each year they have an Juried Artist show that is fabulous. Would be a great place to get married or have photos taken. So much History in this castle by the sea. Absolutely lovely in every way. The tours are very...More
Dogs are allowed in the park but must be kept on a leash not longer then 6' in length. Dogs are not allowed inside any buildings including Atalaya. In the case of a service dog, I would suggest contacting the park.