1. Touristy boardwalk fun, like the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, that will make you smile from ear to ear.
2. Soulful boardwalk fun, at places like Myrtle Beach State Park, that will fill your lungs with fresh ocean air.
3. Room to splash and play and greet the waves at places like Huntington Beach State Park.
4. Quiet places for your kids to build and dream like the Children’s Discovery Room at Brookgreen Gardens.
5. Many great places, like the Myrtle Beach KOA, to pitch a tent, rent a cabin, or park your RV. Skip the hotel room, save some money, and let them SCOOT FREE!
6. Places to explore the past like Atalaya–a summer beach home designed by Archer Huntington for his wife Anna, the sculptor. This national historic landmark is also incredibly kid friendly. A rare combination in our experience.
7. Places with quality, yummy, family-friendly food. Duffy Street Seafood Shack was our favorite. Sandwiches and sides were delicious, service was friendly, and the boys could throw their peanut shells on the floor! Need I say more?
8. While many of us Northerners are still freezing our bottoms off in April, the good people of South Carolina are waiting for us with open arms and open pools. The Lively Little Campers say, Jump in…the water feels great!