Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Pawleys Island Pier, SC
Pawleys Island is a small town on a barrier island of the same name off the coast of northern South Carolina in Georgetown County. The area is one of the oldest resort regions in the country and is located on the popular “Grand Strand” portion of the coast that is named for the 60-miles of continuous beaches. The island is accessible from the mainland by two bridges, the northern of which leads right to the town of Pawleys Island. The area is known for its beaches and dunes which are some of the most undeveloped in the state. The Pawleys Island Pier is only accessible by land from a complex of bondos called Pawleys Pier Village, yet it can also be reached from the ocean by stand-up paddleboard or kayak.
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