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Myrtle Beach State Park

Myrtle Beach State Park
The ocean and boardwalk at Myrtle Beach State Park, near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Location Horry County, South Carolina , USA
Nearest city Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Coordinates

33°38′52″N 78°55′39″W / 33.64778°N 78.92750°W / 33.64778; -78.92750Coordinates: 33°38′52″N 78°55′39″W / 33.64778°N 78.92750°W / 33.64778; -78.92750

Area 312 acres (1.3 km2)
Established 1935[1]
Governing body Civilian Conservation Corps

Myrtle Beach State Park is a small state park located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It consists of several miles of forest and stretches along the Atlantic Ocean.

The Myrtle Beach State Park Nature Center features interactive natural history displays, saltwater aquariums and live reptiles. Park naturalists offer nature education programs about the coastal habitat and wildlife.

Miles to...

  • Charleston, SC: 94
  • Columbia, SC: 150
  • Florence, SC: 75
  • Rock Hill, SC: 165
  • Greenville, SC: 245
  • Charlotte, NC: 178
  • Raleigh, NC: 174
  • Atlanta, GA: 358
  • Augusta, GA: 212[1]

References

External links

  • Myrtle Beach State Park - official site
  • Myrtle Beach State Park Nature Center
  • More information about Myrtle Beach State Park


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