Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet on $20 a day
This is part of an 18 week, 7,532 mile, Vanabode road trip detailed in the
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We finish out day two in this area at Murrells Inlet the historic fishing
village known as the Seafood Capitol of the South. Dozens of expensive
water front restaurants and bars are all connected one to the next with
a half million dollars worth of docks, decks, and walkways installed out
over the water. This local favorite and tourist draw is called the Marsh
We stroll the piers in slow motion, grab a drink, talk with the locals, and watch the sun go down. It’s cool and pleasant now with no bugs biting us, but one lady says in a month we wouldn’t even be able to get a parking spot or seat this time of night.
Above: Fishing, boating, kissing, and sunset fun are all part of the super long boardwalks and piers throughout this massive complex. We enjoyed it all for free but during the busy season from late May to late July parking can be a beast.
Above: Fishing boasts and pleasure craft line the marinas and docks along the waterfront food and bar venue. Sunrise and sunset are remarkable.
I would make the Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet part of any fun road trip through this area.
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