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Monday, March 30, 2009

Myrtle Beach State Park "Park Palooza"

This is the time of year when festivals abound in the Myrtle Beach area, and this weekend is no exception. The second annual "Park Palooza" at the Myrtle Beach State Park kicks off at 10:00 on Saturday, and promises tons of fun for all ages (and at a great price!)
The festival will feature over 20 events, courses and exhibits, ranging from how-to seminars on throwing cast nets and fly fishing to sea turtle education to geocaching. Kids will love interacting with some of the weirdest creatures in the ocean in the "Spineless Wonders" exhibit, as well as collecting their own wildlife from the State Park's pier. A complete schedule for the day's activities can be seen here.
Located just a few minutes north of Garden City and Surfside Beaches, the 312-acre Myrtle Beach State Park is home to one of South Carolina's last stands of easily accessible oceanfront maritime forest as well as a public fishing pier and hiking trails. The main gate is just south of the entrance to the Market Common on Highway 17 South.

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Myrtle Beach State Park "Park Palooza"

Monday, March 30, 2009

This is the time of year when festivals abound in the Myrtle Beach area, and this weekend is no exception. The second annual "Park Palooza" at the Myrtle Beach State Park kicks off at 10:00 on Saturday, and promises tons of fun for all ages (and at a great price!)
The festival will feature over 20 events, courses and exhibits, ranging from how-to seminars on throwing cast nets and fly fishing to sea turtle education to geocaching. Kids will love interacting with some of the weirdest creatures in the ocean in the "Spineless Wonders" exhibit, as well as collecting their own wildlife from the State Park's pier. A complete schedule for the day's activities can be seen here.
Located just a few minutes north of Garden City and Surfside Beaches, the 312-acre Myrtle Beach State Park is home to one of South Carolina's last stands of easily accessible oceanfront maritime forest as well as a public fishing pier and hiking trails. The main gate is just south of the entrance to the Market Common on Highway 17 South.

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