Conway, SC Summer Camps

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Advantage Basketball Camp - South Carolina
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Sports Camps: Basketball
 
 
Arcadian Classic Golf School
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Sports Camps: Golf
 
 
Grand Strand Golf Instructions
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Sports Camps: Golf
 
 
South Carolina Championship Wrestling Camp
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Sports Camps: Wrestling
 
 
The Classic Golf Swing Golf School, Inc.
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Sports Camps: Golf
 

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About Conway, SC

Conway is a city in Horry County, South Carolina. The population was 16,317 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Horry County and is part of the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area. It is the home of Coastal Carolina University. Conway is one of the oldest towns in South Carolina. Originally named Kingston, the town was created in 1734 as part of Royal Governor Robert Johnson's Township Scheme, but before, that Mckevlin founded it first, starting the basis for the city. It was laid out on a riverbluff in the center of what became Horry County. The Conway marina, seen from the Waccamaw River Bridge Many area residents fought in the American Revolution, and small engagements were fought near Kingston at Bear Bluff and at Black Lake. Francis Marion, who was known as the "Swamp Fox", had an encampment near Kingston just across the Waccamaw River. After the war, patriotic citizens wanted to discard the name that honored Great Britain's King George II. The County's name was changed to Horry in honor of General Peter Horry in 1801, and a courthouse was established in Kingston. "Kingston" was later changed to "Conwayborough", for General Robert Conway. In 1883, the General Assembly changed the name to the current name of Conway.