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Myrtle Beach, SC

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Beach riding is one of things that every horseman wants to to at some point. Horse riding on the beach is allowed at Myrtle Beach State Park he third Saturday in November and continues through the last day of February

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  • Land Manager is South Carolina State Parks
  • Day use only
  • Beach access is available beginning the third Saturday in November and continues through the last day of February for horseback riding.
  • There is a $25.00 permit for each horse that enters the park. The permit is only for the horse. The daily entrance fee still applies. Horses are not allowed in the park overnight.
  • Riders must have current Negative Coggins papers for each horse brought into the park
  • Horses are not allowed in the park overnight.

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