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Price and Availability Index Murrells Inlet
Vacation Rental Price Information in Murrells Inlet
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Murrells Inlet. The most expensive prices are in July (7/21 - 7/28). Prices reach an average of $299 per night. Prices are more affordable in November (11/17 - 11/24).
Rental Availability Information in Murrells Inlet
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Murrells Inlet(in %). So far, the week with the least available rentals in Murrells Inlet is in July (7/21 - 7/28). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (11/24 - 12/1).
The Weather in Murrells Inlet
Find the Murrells Inlet climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. It may rain 9 days in February while it typically rains only 5 days in June.
Hunt for treasure with vacation homes at Murrells Inlet
Your vacation home in Murrells Inlet opens onto an old-worldy fishing town that has claimed fame by having invented the hush puppy. It is also the legendary hiding place of Blackbeard and Drunken Jack's secret treasure. You'll treasure your memories of Murrells Inlet.
Fresh seafood and 'Lip-Rippin' chilli: cuisine in Murrels Inlet
Throughout the year, the waterfront is the scene for the huge variety of festivals that take place at Murrells. The MarshWalk hosts boat parades on special vacations including a colorful Halloween Costume Contest and a number of different food festivals such as an annual Oyster Roast and the well-attended 'Lip-Rippin' Chilympics Chilli Cook-Off'. Every weekend though, this stretch is full of locals and visitors living it up while enjoying fresh seafood.
Dive in with the family
As though the area needed any more attractions, there are also a number of businesses specializing in fishing charters, boat tours, and jet ski rentals. This means that the whole family can get out on the water and enjoy this seaside location to the fullest. Or let your children spend their day as a pirate on the interactive Pirate Adventure on Myrtle Beach. Just weigh anchor and go.
Local pearls of Murrells Inlet
Nearly a hundred years old, these stunning scenic gardens are a cultural center. Boat rides become history lessons, and butterfly house visits teach you about conservation. Art and history intertwine at indoor exhibits and Night of a Thousand Candles events where the gardens and sculptures are illuminated by over 5000 candles .
Huntington Beach State Park
Watch the sun set over this atmospheric stretch of sand, sky, and ocean. Look out for the diversity of birds as you wander through exotic plants on the nature trails nearby. In September, the Atalaya arts and crafts Festival takes over the castle by the same name - enjoy art, music, and elegant cuisine in the last of the summer sunshine.
Stroll along the promenade and watch the sailors hopping on and off shrimping boats and fanning out their nets over the docks. Enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants, or explore the picturesque marshes with their proliferation of flora and fauna.
Murrells Inlet Marshwalk Waterfront
One of Grand Strand's greatest assets are the inlets and marshes surrounding Murrells Inlet. Take a walk along the seafront and gaze out at the tranquil water. Some of the best restaurants and bars line the MarshWalk serving up seafood, beverages, and live sets by superb local musicians.
Waccamaw Neck Bikeway
Go on an adventure into the great outdoors with a biking or hiking tour of Waccamaw Neck, which follows Murrells Inlet all the way to Huntington Beach State Park. 12 miles of paved routes let you glide through maritime forests and untouched wetlands.
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