In Partnership with the Southern Weekend

Explore the History behind Inlet Point Plantation on Horseback

As if riding the beaches and waterway on horseback isn't interesting enough, you might be surprised at the history of this land.

The Myrtle Beach area is known for it’s hustle and bustle and endless activities for locals and tourists alike.  Unless you knew it was there, you might miss out on the hidden gem in North Myrtle Beach known as Inlet Point Plantation.  While most people come with the intention to mark riding a horse on the beach off their bucket list, they’re usually pleasantly surprised to find out about the rich history of this land.  Over 4,000 acres of undeveloped land make up the Plantation and while some of it is used for Coastal Carolina University research, a portion is available to explore on horseback. Come along with us on our journey and discover what this land was once used for.

Inlet Point Plantation

5800 Highway 236 • N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Website: http://www.inletpointplantation.com/