Many visitors to historic Georgetown have discovered a hidden gem located just behind the specialty shops and restaurants on Front Street downtown — the Harborwalk.
Meandering along the Sampit River from the Kaminski House Museum to the Rice Museum/Town Clock, the Harborwalk is a 10-foot-wide, four-block-long waterfront boardwalk.
The Harborwalk offers scenic views of Georgetown Harbor and is accessible behind the Town Clock, or through Francis Marion Park, Constitution Park or Rainey Park, all along Front Street. It is a perfect location for a stroll along the waterfront or viewing a spectacular sunset. You can also go directly from the boardwalk into many of the restaurants, shops and art galleries that are adjacent to it.