Nature enthusiasts will enjoy exploring Morgan Park, a hidden and secluded area that can only be accessed on foot or by bicycle. The short boardwalk and trails will lead you through the woods to some magnificent views of the Sampit River and Winyah Bay.
The park is named for William Doyle Morgan, who served as mayor of Georgetown from 1891 to 1906. He is largely credited for beautification of the city and during his years as mayor, 300 live oak trees were planted in the downtown area. He also founded the Bank of Georgetown and brought industries to the city, including the Atlantic Coast Lumber Co.
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