Happy Fall, y’all!!
Where did summer go? Time flies when… we are in a pandemic? But seriously, summer flew by so fast and now we are approaching the season of oysters, pumpkin spice, and all things spooky. Pawleys Island welcomes you this fall to enjoy the -slightly- cooler weather, quiet beaches, and tranquility that you can only find with your toes in the sand and a drink in your hand. Brookgreen, Huntington and the Gullah Museum are all offering fall activities that you can still practice social distancing, but learn, explore, and discover.
Brookgreen is having a Brew at the Zoo in the Field of Light exhibit. It will be on November 7 from 5:30-8:30. Three food trucks and live music- come on! $45 a ticket or $20 if you’re a DD. Huntington Beach State Park is also another fun place to visit. The park even has a castle that you can stroll through. The history is fascinating! It is actually common to see alligators walking across the road there! Check out all the park has to offer, you won’t be disappointed! The Gullah Museum is opened by apt from Monday – Saturday. The Museum has presentations on Gullah Geechee history, crops, crafts, food, worship, music, naming practices, language and so much more!
Come visit Pawleys this fall and explore a different type of beach vacation.
Pawleys and adventure await!