Located in Downtown Historic Georgetown, the Georgetown Harborwalk is a popular attraction for shopping, dining, fishing, boating, and more for locals and visitors to the Pawleys Island area.
Those visiting the Georgetown Harborwalk will fall in love with the lowcountry beauty that the third oldest city in South Carolina possesses. The Harborwalk is the perfect place for those who just want to enjoy a stroll along the water, and is even a fantastic place for photographers and painters to take advantage of the natural beauty and history of the area.
In addition to gorgeous views, the Georgetown Harborwalk is also home to a variety of delicious food! Restaurants directly on the Harborwalk include Castaway’s Bar & Grill, which is a local’s favorite that serves up casual menu items such as salads, sandwiches, wraps, burgers, baskets, and more. Another favorite on the Harborwalk is the Old Fish House Restaurant aka Big Tuna Raw Bar. Here, visitors will find some of the freshest local seafood around as well as cold beverages and waterfront views. These are just a couple of the many wonderful places to eat along the Georgetown Harborwalk.
After getting a fill of fresh local seafood, visitors can check out the shops on the Georgetown Harborwalk. There are a variety of unique stores here offering gifts, jewelry, apparel, art, glassware, shoes, handbags…the list goes on and on!
Those interested in the historic aspect of the city can check out museums such as the Kaminski House, the Rice Museum, and the South Carolina Maritime Museum; all located on the Georgetown Harborwalk. There are also quite a few local tours such as the Georgetown Lantern Tours where guests will learn about the ghost lore of the area. Cap’n Rod’s Lowcountry Tours, Island Picnic Cruise, and Coastal Water Adventures all take off out of the Georgetown Harborwalk Marina as well.
Next time you’re in Pawleys Island and are searching for something unique to do, be sure to check out the beautiful and historic Georgetown Harborwalk!