Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival (Cancelled)
Date: Sep 25-27, 2020
Featuring more than 100 of the finest artisans, the Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival provides aesthetic beauty against a background of natural beauty. Enjoy fine art, quality crafts and food, along with the musical offerings of several of the area’s finest musicians.
Friday, Sept. 28
Noon - 6 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 29
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 30
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
• Festival admission fee is $10 for adults.
• Visitors 15 years old and younger are admitted free.
• Admission to the park during the festival is also free.
• Free festival admission to Park Passport Plus holders, and three guests.
• Stroller and wheelchair access can be difficult due to uneven surfaces, stairs, crowds and narrow hallways.
• Please no dogs or other pets at the festival.
• For more information call 803-734-0767 or Huntington Beach State Park 843-237-4440.
• 2018 Artist Application
• 2018 Artist Application Information
• Exhibitor Space Layout
• 2018 Entertainment Important Information
• 2018 Entertainment Policies & Procedures
Food Vendor Information
• 2018 Food Vendor Important Information
• 2018 Food Vendor Policies & Procedures
Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival cont'd (Cancelled)
• Exhibitor Space Layout
• Festival Sponsorship
• Park information
• Festival Lodging Information
The three-day festival is hosted in Atalaya, the former home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. The Moorish-style winter home and sculpture studio was built during the Great Depression by the New York philanthropists, and will host over 100 artists and their work during the weekend of the festival.
Visitors will also be treated to live music by accomplished local musicians on a stage in the courtyard, as well as a food court with seafood, barbecue and other culinary delights.
The festival spotlights the park’s natural beauty and the amenities offered to visitors year-round. Located along U.S. 17 in Murrells Inlet, Huntington Beach State Park offers several hundred thousand visitors a year one of the most pristine beaches on the Grand Strand. The 2,500-acre park’s freshwater lagoon, salt marsh and maritime forest also are outstanding examples of the state’s natural coastal environment, and the park is widely regarded as one of the best birding sites along the East Coast. Its natural history is highlighted in the park’s environmental education center.
*State Park Fundraiser
Atalaya Holiday Celebration (Cancelled)
Date: Dec 5, 2020
To get into the spirit of the season, The rooms at Atalaya will be decorated by a variety of schools, organizations, individuals, and businesses. There will also be refreshments and crafts. Entertainment by local groups and individuals will take place throughout the day.
"Come and enjoy a Holiday event"