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Dunes Realty Vacation Rentals, Inc

Over 950 professionally managed vacation rental homes and condos. Many with pools or hot tubs. Oceanfront, second row, canal or creekfront rentals. Daily/Weekly/

Garden City Beach, SC Businesses


Rice Museum

The story of the rice culture in Georgetown County is captured here. Through maps, dioramas, artifacts and other exhibits, visitors to the museum gain a knowledge and understanding of a society based on one crop. The museum is located in the Old Market Building, erected in 1842

Georgetown, SC Museums

Wedgefield Plantation Golf Course

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 365

Georgetown, SC Golf Courses

Perrone's Gourmet Market

Here's a Pawleys Island secret just waiting for you to discover. This tiny culinary gem has a huge local following. Whether you eat in or take out, the gourmet food is incredible. If you'

Pawleys Island, SC Businesses


Caledonia Golf And Fish Club

Built on the site of a working Southern rice plantation, Caledonia has been recognized for its design and incredible beauty. Upon opening in 1995 Caledonia was ranked 5th Best New Public Course in America by Golf Digest. In 2000, the course was ranked 30th in the ?Top 100 You Can Play?

Pawleys Island, SC Golf Courses

Captain Sandy's Tours

Natural history explorations with Capt'

Georgetown, SC Tours

Brookgreen Gardens

Set on a 300-acre parcel in the heart of a 9,100

Murrells Inlet, SC Gardens

True Blue Plantation

Built on the site of an old indigo and rice plantation, True Blue features uncommon natural elevations and naturally rugged terrain. The rough, sandy areas have been retained and provide striking contrast to the immaculate greens, tees and fairways.

Pawleys Island, SC Other Attractions


Joseph Hayne Rainey House

This National Historic Landmark (circa 1760) is considered the birthplace and childhood home of Joseph H. Rainey, one of the first African Americans elected to the US Congress (1870-1879). Born to slave parents, Rainey purchased his freedom and that of his family around 1850

Georgetown, SC Famous Homes

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