Myrtle Beach State Park
Camping - Myrtle Beach State Park 2023
Lots of photos - Horseback Riding
From local State Park fan, Patricia Blackstock
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1. View of Myrtle Beach State Park . 2. Path to the State Park, leading to the ocean 3. Welcome to the beach! 4. Myrtle Beach State Park's beautiful dunes.
The Myrtle Beach State Parks boardwalk runs parallel to the ocean. 2. The Myrtle Beach State Park fishing pier. 3. Myrtle Beach State Park Pier 4. Sign showing protected areas of the park.
Myrtle Beach State Park. Several paths you'll see leading to the ocean
You will see many signs along the walkway, such as this: "Protect the protectors." Myrtle Beach State Park is awesome any time of year.
Easter at Myrtle Beach State Park. Our friends gather under a picnic shelter to share friendship, fun and and of course, the Myrtle Beach State Park ocean views.
1. and 2. Kite flying is very popular at Myrtle Beach State Park! 3. Myrtle Beach State Park is even Barbie's favorite beach! 4. Dusk over the ocean 5. Taken from Myrtle Beach State Park, looking north.
Zephyranthes Atamasco, commonly knownas the rain lily is native to the southeastern United States. Atamasco frows is swamps and coastal areas and prairies, preferring acid boggy soils. Following the appearance of broad glassy leaves in winter, they bloom profusely, becoming like a carpet here and there at the Myrtle Beach State Park in March and April.
Gaillardia, the small flowers that grow in the winter, camping cabins, rules for your horse. Read them before enterering the beach! More foggy weather, looking north from Myrtle Beach State Park.
Walk the tree-lined paths at Myrtle Beach State Park and learn bout the various foliage from several sign posts along the way. The Boardwalk at Myrtle Beach State Park. There's an enlarged deck that offers plenty of great views.. The boardwalk ambles down to the end of the covered shelters where a curved cement path leads to the campground. There are several steps with with hand rails to take you to the beach. In tourist season, you'll also spot the lifeguards.
1 - 3- Lots of biking at the Myrtle Beach State Park! 4. Tent Camping! 5. Looking North form the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier 6. Wind swept trees
Novenber at the Myrtle Beach State Park. Pigeons, drinking water on the pier. One cold pigeon! Views from the Myrtle Beach State Park Park pier.
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1. Taken from the end of the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier. 2. Myrtle Beach State Park Elevation is only 1 foot! 3. View from the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier. 4. Boy Scouts at Myrtle Beach State Park
From the Pier
1. Myrtle Beach State Park in heavy fog 2. Waiting 3. Eagle sign on the State Park Pier shows the size of the wing span. 4. Osprey sign on Myrtle Beach State Park shows the size of the wingspan.
Horses at Myrtle Beach dates allowed: Within the city limits of Myrtle Beach horses are allowed from the third Saturday in November until the end of February. Horswes are not allowed on the beach in Surfside Beach, south of Myrtle Beach, at any time of the year. In Georgetown County horses are allowed on the beach from Sept. 15 through March 15.State Park, Nov. 20. Horses are only allowed in the state park from November through February, so be sure to plan accordingly.
Building a beautiful sandcastle on the beach
Santa takes time to visit Myrtle Beach Dunes near the State Park for the Christmas Holiday. Many people brought their dogs and children to have their photos taken with Santa. 2. Pier 3. Cloudy sky turns foggy.
Two signs, and a roof going up. Atamasco (water lily) blooming near the campground area (usually March and April) just before you turn into the campground
A surfer in November