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LOCATION Dorchester County

The Birthplace of Sweet Tea is just as sweet as it sounds. What started as Pineland Village around 1785 as a refuge for plantation owners, Summerville soon became a railroad stop for the first passenger railroad in the United States and also was known as one of the best areas in the world for the cure of lung and throat disorders, thanks to their abundance of pine trees. Today, Summerville has a mix of outdoor experiences with a splash of their intriguing history.

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Pawleys Island

It’s a barefoot, fishing rod-in-hand type of place, where crabbing in the creeks and a hammock nap on the front porch are favorite past times. They also have their very own nature park and endless opportunities for fishing, golfing, biking, walking, swimming, outdoor rentals, and guided experiences.

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Murrells Inlet

Murrells Inlet has gained the title of “Seafood Capital of South Carolina” for good reason. The seaside town is flanked by the Waccamaw River and the inlet waters of the Atlantic, making it a salt and freshwater fishing haven on what’s known as The Hammock Coast.

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