Murrells Inlet

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Liz Mitchell

Once a quiet fishing village, Murrells Inlet is now one of the many popular seaside towns along the Grand Strand of South Carolina. The town is known primary for its salt marshes, seafood restaurants, and the biker bars that line the town's main drag. Compared to heavily commercialized Myrtle Beach just to the north, Murrells Inlet is much quieter, in keeping with its fishing village roots, and lies near the scenic natural reserve of Huntington Beach State Park, which has one of the most pristine, undeveloped stretches of beach on the Grand Strand.

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