Little River Ferry Port
Found in the state of South Carolina, Little River is the oldest town in Horry County, dating back to the early 18th century. The only ferry route from the port is to Westview, with each crossing taking around 90 minutes and departing around five times per day.
What is there to do in Little River?
Renowned for its simplistic nature, Little River is one of the most unique towns in the USA. The town has gained relative fame, especially in the gambling industry, after a gambling boat was docked at the pier, giving tourists the chance to place some bets over international waters where the gambling laws are more lenient.
Aside from gambling, the restaurants are famed for the delicious fresh seafood on offer; some tourists flock to Little River just to experience the sumptuous cuisine. After enjoying the food, the more adventurous can try their hand at jet-skiing which is available at the waterfront, or if it’s the right time of year, head down to the annual blue crab festival for a refreshing change of pace.
The small land area makes the town easy to get around, most of it can be covered by foot and can be done so in less than a day. For a quicker and more convenient way to get around, taxis are readily available and are generally fairly affordable.