Phone: 843-651-3676 or 1-866-557-FISH (3474)
Contact: Jamie Jones
Address: 4123 Hwy 17 Business
City: Murrell’s Inlet
We are located in beautiful Murrell’s Inlet. We offer a Nautical Botique, Marine Supply Store, Ethanol Free Gas, and daily to yearly dockage. We also offer Deep Sea Fishing, Private Charters, The Grand Strands Only Eco- Scenic Adventure, Jet Ski Rentals, Kayak Rentals, Boat Rentals, Dolphin Tours, Jet Ski Dolphin Tours, Bananna Boat Rides, Parasailing, and a Pirate Adventure. Or you can enjoy an appetizer on the deck at Spud’s Waterfront Dining.
Address: 24 Avenue of Live Oaks, Pawleys Island, South Carolina 29585
Litchfield Plantation, a country inn resort, is an elegantly preserved former rice plantation with award-winning service and Southern hospitality. Accommodations include beautiful suites in the 250 year-old Plantation House, luxurious Guest House, cottages and villas. Guests enjoy private beach clubhouse, tennis courts, marina, heated pool, concierge service, and privileges at over 100 nearby golf courses.
Hwy 17 S at Sampit River Bridge
The marine complex includes 200 car/trailer parking spaces, six boat launch ramps, courtesy docking, restroom facilities and a 4,000 square foot outdoor event facility. The site is almost 20 acres in size. The new complex will add to the facilities available for sport fishing events. Owing to Georgetown County’s coastal location and wealth of rivers, it is an ideal location for a major tournament facility for both fresh and saltwater activities. Georgetown County, long known for its exceptional fishing and hunting opportunities, provides fishing enthusiasts saltwater fishing in the Atlantic for sea bass, snapper, grouper, mackerel and flounder to name a few, and then there’s the fresh water fishing in five different rivers for bass, catfish, shad and mullet and more.
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420 Marina Drive
Dock your boat and stay with us! The Hampton Inn Georgetown SC overlooks the pristine marshes of the Intracoastal Waterway. Conveniently located off US 17 at the Intracoastal Waterway Bridge. Only 30 minutes from Myrtle Beach and 1 hour from Charleston, it is adjacent to Lands End Restaurant and Georgetown Landing Marina.