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Named in honor of Perrin Lawson, Jr., a local outdoor enthusiast and public servant who passed away in 2001, Perrin's Path is a short but important trail, forming a key link in the city of Myrtle Beach's off-road transportation network.
The trail is a continuation of the Grissom Parkway Trail, which picks up at 48th Avenue, although Perrin's Path offers a more shady, tree-lined route, with the trail gaining some separation from the nearby parkway to offer a more scenic experience. On the northern end, the trail links to the Colonel Robert Bell Path, which winds further north into the adjoining subdevelopments. In additional to it's role in the local trail network, Perrin's Path also forms a short leg of the massive East Coast Greenway project, which aims to provide a complete biking and walking route along the entire coast.
There is currently no dedicated trail parking for Perrin's Path, although the city has plans to develop a trailhead at some point in the future.
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