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    Georgetown
    Introduction

    Located halfway between Myrtle Beach and Charleston you will find historic Georgetown, the third oldest city in South Carolina and a quaint waterfront community. With more than 50 miles of coastline protected from development forever this provides a wildlife and marine ecosystem unlike anywhere else along the east coast.

    Shops found along the historic waterfront are locally owned and operated. A variety of boutique shops, banks, barbers, marinas, dentists, and restaurants are located along these tree lined streets offering shade as you stroll up and down Front Street. Larger chain stores can be found just outside the historic district.

    Upscale to casual dining can be found along Front Street with gorgeous views of the water. Options include Italian, seafood, and low country cuisine just to name a few. Take a stroll after dinner and find coffee, candy, or ice cream shops to top off your meal. The choices are endless.

    Staying active in Georgetown is easy. The quiet country setting is excellent for a bike ride, walking tour and ghost tour. Home and garden tours are frequent. There is shelling at the Georgetown Lighthouse. Enjoy the water with a boat tour or fishing expedition. The Gullah and Rice museums offer a fascinating look at the history of the area. Other areas of historical and local significance include the Kaminski House Museum, Hobcaw Barony, The Gullah Museum, Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge, South Carolina Maritime Museum, Hopsewee Plantation, and so much more!

    Georgetown Neighborhoods

    • Debordieu Colony
    • Wedgefield Plantation
    • Harmony Township
    • Harbor Club on Winyah Bay
    • Historic District of Georgetown
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