Snowbirds looking for scenic, laid back destinations should consider Georgetown, South Carolina. Georgetown has long been known for its warm hospitality and Southern charm.
Georgetown was founded in 1729 and became an official port of entry in 1732. Georgetown rises in antebellum grace and historic plantations are abundant in the area. The oak-lined avenues have a beauty of their own, as well as the homes that line them.
The riverfront is alive with activity and has a public beach. Historic Georgetown lies where four rivers converge on the Intracoastal Waterway. The Waccamaw, Black, Pee Dee, and Sampit provide great freshwater fishing and in-shore saltwater fishing, especially for red drum and spotted sea trout. The Tidelands of Georgetown offer marshes, beaches, ports of call and a of tranquil lifestyle.
Georgetown's long history combined with its diversity of cultures, linkage to the sea, triumphs, and defeats contribute to create an area known for its charm and beauty.
Make a relaxing escape and indulge yourself in our southern hospitality. Georgetown is a true warm haven for the winter weary.