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Raeford, North Carolina
February 23, 2006
From journal Weekend at Da-Beach
by Steve Hall
Simpsonville, South Carolina
March 27, 2004
From journal Our North Myrtle Beach Getaway
March 12, 2003
Ticket prices were $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for children. Hours are daily, except for January 1 and December 25. Hours: 10:00am to 5:30pm, April through Labor Day, and 10:00am to 4:00pm in March and September through November.
This historical fort is well worth the time and money. It is recommended that you listen to the history tape played on the tour boat and read the park brochure before reaching Fort Sumter. The time allowed at the fort is only one hour and the time flies by if you want to hear and read everything posted at the Fort.
From journal A Springbreak get-a-way at Myrtle Beach
February 28, 2003
The pier is only about a half mile to the south of Fairfield Seawatch, and it is fun to walk to the end and watch the fishermen catch all kinds of ocean fish. You can rent poles and fishing gear right at the store at the end of the pier if you want to try your hand at fishing. Of course, there is always the walk down or up the beach and finding those great shell "treasures." What a way to spend a relaxing vacation!