Harborwalk Festival in Georgetown, SC

The annual Harborwalk Festival in Georgetown, South Carolina is a tradition begun in 1988 that brings a fun atmosphere to downtown Georgetown. Along Front Street after you turn off Highway 17 you will find booths with vendors who provide musical entertainment and various items to enjoy from carnival and regional lowcountry food, arts and crafts, to local business offerings. This day of fun also includes an antique car show, a boat show, and a fishing tournament.

 

The harborwalk is a boardwalk that parallels Front Street and runs behind the businesses along the Sampit River. Access is easy from the Intracoastal Waterway into Winyah Bay and to the Sampit. Georgetown Haborwalk Festival goers can dock alongside the harborwalk at the public piers or stay longer at slips at the local marinas. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy the peaceful waters and dine in local establishments. Before or after a great meal of local freshly caught seafood, festival goers can browse and buy unique souvenirs and merchandise in the area boutiques. Public boat ramp access and storage are readily available from Front Street and area activities include ghost tours, plantation tours, and architectural and historic tours.

 

Georgetown HarborWalk Festival

Location: Front Street, Georgetown, SC 29440

May 21, 2011, Saturday – 10 am to 6 pm

For more information on the Georgetown Haborwalk Festival, contact Peggy Wayne, event coordinator, for more information or to receive a vendor application: (843) 546-1511 phone  (843) 546-5116 fax

 

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