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Atalaya sleepover at Huntington Beach

(Source: SC Department of Parks) (Source: SC Department of Parks)
(Source: SC Parks) (Source: SC Parks)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Huntington Beach State Park will host a sleepover in the castle, this will include an evening of amusement and adventure during the Atalaya sleepover.

The sleepover will take place Nov 14-15. Participants can either camp in the courtyard or stay in one of the rooms inside this National Historic Landmark, while enjoying a variety of fun-filled activities like a scavenger hunt, a “behind the scenes” house tour with exclusive access, a night beach exploration, and a morning walk in search of alligators and other wetlands wildlife. During the evening, relax around the campfire while you roast s’mores and listen to strange stories of our local ghosts and folklore.

A cookout dinner and hot breakfast are included. Limited tents are available to borrow if you don't have your own.

To reserve a spot call 843-245-8755 or email huntingtonbeacheducation@scprt.com

Registration ends November 13 at 5pm.  The event is $50 per adult, $30 per child ages 7 -15, and ages 6 and under are free. 

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