Top 10 Reasons to Visit the Litchfield Beaches in the Fall
Nothing beats visiting your favorite destination when the temperatures are just right--days are fine and warm, nights are beginning to cool.
The summer crowds are gone so leave your worries behind and unwind at our quiet Litchfield Beaches. The warm ocean water is still inviting. Take a relaxing stroll searching for seashells along the shore or just lounge in the afternoon sun with your toes in the sand.
With smaller crowds in the off season, you will find a larger selection of rental properties and rates about half the price of a summer vacation!
Plan a romantic weekend retreat or relaxing golf getaway--we offer nightly and weekly reservations throughout the fall.
Once the weather cools down, fun fall festivals start heating up! You are sure to have a great time whether you attend the Pawleys Island Arts & Music Festival, The Chilympics Chili Cook Off, or The Annual Wooden Boat Show. You can also participate in fun events like the Pawleys Island Turtle Strut and The Georgetown Bridge 2 Bridge Half Marathon and 5K.
Enjoy comfortable days on the golf course! Check out local golf courses and book your tee time.
Fishing, bird-watching, biking and more! Simply put, fishing is at its best during the fall season! If you're up for an adventure you might want to charter a boat, take a leisurely ferry ride to Bull Island, or join Surf the Earth for a naturalist-guided kayak tour through the amazing Hobcaw estuary. Find the world's largest collection of outdoor sculptures at Brookgreen Gardens. And just when you think you've seen it all--grab your helmet and "Bike the Neck" to Huntington Beach State Park--known as a haven for migratory birds beginning their journey south for the winter.
To top off the fun of fall in Pawleys,don't forget to fill up on delicious oysters and other fresh seafood--caught and delivered the same day at many of our area restaurants and seafood markets! Even better, put on some old clothes and head over to an oyster roast, a favorite for locals and visitors alike.
We leave you with one last thought..."What we have is great. What we don't have is even better."