Myrtle Beach State Park
|2013 - Windswept trees! The ocean breezes deposit salt on the branches of the trees that face the ocean.
This dehydrates and kills the exposed leaves and buds, stunting the growth on that side of the plant.
2. Myrtle Beach State Park in the fog 3. Myrtle Beach State Park Pier at sunset
New April, 2013! 1. View of the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier 2. Patr to the beach 3. Welcome to Myrtle Beach! 4. The beauty of Myrtle Beach State Park
|The Boardwalk is parallel to the ocean. Under the Pier and sign regarding protected areas|
|Beautiful views from the walking path and Boardwalk . Weddings are popular on the beach! One of the paths to the ocean|
|You'll see many signs along the walkway, such as Protect the Protectors. The Atlantic Ocean is beautiful any time of year.|
|Easter, 2013 at Myrtle Beach State Park. Friends gather under a picnic shelter to share food and fun...and the State Park ocean views!|
Boy Scouts - Myrtle
Beach State Park
|1. and 2.Kite Flying is very popular at Mtrtle Beach State Park! 3. Myrtle Beach State Park is even Barbie's favorite beach! 4. Dusk over the ocean. 5. Taken from the Myrtle Beach tate Park Pier, looking at the beautiful view to the North.|
|Zephyranthes atamasco, commonly known as the Atamasco Lily (or more generally a Rain Lily) is native to the southeastern United States. Atamasco grows in swampy forests and coastal prairies, preferring acid boggy soils rich with leaf mold. Following the appearance of broad, grassy leaves in early winter, they bloom profusely at the Myrtle Beach State Park in March and April.|
|A surfer in November, Gaillardia, the small flowers that grow in the winter, Camping Cabin #6, rules horses need to read
before entering the beach. More foggy weather, looking toward the north.
|The Boardwalk at Myrtle Beach State Park. There's an enlarged deck with plenty of picnic tables. 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 handrails to take you to the beach. In tourist season, you'll spot plenty of lifeguards!|
|Walk the many tree-lined paths at Myrtle Beach State Park and learn about the variuos trees from several sign posts along the way.|
|Shells we found at Myrtle Beach State Park! Camping Area including the Aprtment, entrance and Trading Post. Another view inside the camping area. The campground offers 350 campsites, but you will need to book a year ahead.|
|1 - 3- Lots of bike riders at the Myrtle Beach State Park! 4. Tent camping 5. Looking north from the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier|
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