17 Apr What To Do in Pawley’s Island
Make your own adventure in the gorgeous Pawley’s Island! Pawley’s Island is full of southern charm and natural beauty, and it’s only minutes away from Myrtle Beach. We’ve listed our favorite sites and restaurants so you can experience the best this little beach town has to offer.
One of the most beautiful sites along the Grand Strand, Brookgreen Gardens expertly blends art and nature. As you walk through the gardens, you’ll notice various historic statues and beautiful plants in full bloom. With a variety of unique events and exhibitions throughout the year, you’ll experience something new each time no matter when you visit!
The Hammock Shops Village
Take a scenic stroll under the oak trees while shopping at the Hammock Shops Village. Fuel up after a long day of shopping at BisQuit! Their giant meals and larger than life milkshakes will amaze you with how they look and taste even better! You can even stop and make your very own hammock to take home with you or gift to friends as a souvenir of Myrtle Beach.
Huntington Beach State Park
The Grand Strand’s main attraction, the beach! At Huntington Beach State Park, you’ll find plenty of unique activities everyone will love, including the beautiful secluded beach hidden from the summer crowds. Grab some gear and fish from the pier with incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean. Stop by the historic Atalaya Castle for sightseeing and year-round festivals!
Frank & Frank’s Outback
Tucked away in Pawley’s Island, after one visit to Frank’s you’ll understand why it’s one of the area’s hidden gems! Choose between eating in the restaurant for an upscale treat or head outside for a casual experience with live music on the weekends. The menu features a mix of Low Country cuisine using fresh and local ingredients.
Living in StoneGate at Prince Creek means living a relaxed beach lifestyle where you set the pace. There’s so much to explore all along the Grand Strand, don’t miss out on the unique experiences awaiting you in Pawley’s Island!
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