The following is what I learned online about our destination:
Hunting Island State Park is one of the most popular state parks and beach areas in South Carolina. The Hunting Island beach attracts over a million visitors a year. The Hunting Island historic lighthouse is the only lighthouse open to the public to climb in the state. From the top platform, one can get a breathtaking view of the ocean, beach and the marshland.
Fishing is popular in the lagoon, surf and the fishing pier which reaches 1120 feet into the Fripp Inlet. Located at the pier entrance is the Nature Center, which has some very nice exhibits of the local wildlife and marine life.
Nature trails, Visitor Center, natural beach and even a boat landing. Hunting Island State Park is not just another beach...it's a nature and wildlife paradise... right here in the USA.
So this is where we’ll be for the next few days. Drop by if you are in the neighborhood, however I’ll warn you about moho rules:
Cocktails for six, dinner for four, but sleeps TWO!
Happy trails, y’all! Life is good…go camping!!!