For putting the GREAT in the great outdoors, Waccamaw Neck Bikeway proves spectacular.
This 11.9-miles point-to-point trail is near Murrells Inlet. It’s an easy route, taking an average of 3 hours and 24 minutes to finish. This trek for trail runners, road bikers, and birders, is wheelchair accessible, too.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find an area more diverse in ecology in the country.
Birds, marine life, and land animals live in Georgetown County. It’s a popular spot for ecotours and fishing charters, and from the water, you could see:
The crown jewel of wildlife in the area is the Loggerhead Turtle. The state reptile of South Carolina is out in the open waters and along the Murrells Inlet coastline. They’re protected, so observe from a distance.
You’ll see eastern cottontail rabbits, gray squirrels, and white-tailed deer, too.
Plus, endangered kites began visiting Waccamaw Neck in 2022.
Concentrate on comfort and relaxation when you retreat to Litchfield Oceanfront Inn. You’ll find a lovely, wonderful room, where the view is second to none. It’s in an excellent location. You’re on the beach but near restaurants and Litchfield Country Club.
There are cool brewhouses nearby, and an oceanfront pool deck onsite. Come discover more about Litchfield Oceanfront Inn and book a stay today.