A look at Litchfield Beach

Continuing with our travel south, the next stop is Litchfield.  Established in 1978, this popular unincorporated beach community took its name from Litchfield Plantation, a rice plantation on the Waccamaw River. Quiet yet lots to do, restaurants, golf, shopping, biking, beach.

Enjoy the Waccamaw Neck Bikeway that is part of the East Coast Greenway. This flat paved trail parallels US 17 from Murrell’s Inlet to Sandy Island Road near Huntington Beach State Park. By using sections of completed trail and roads with Share the Road signs, you can ride or walk from Murrell’s Inlet to Pawley’s Island.  Length: 6.0 miles of continuous trail and two sections of approximately 4.0 miles.

Visit Hammockcoastsc.com for more information.

For more information about homes available in the Litchfield area call or email -

Sue Lucas
Broker Associate
Re/Max Southern Shores


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