Alright, back to the original post, you buncha perverts (but wait, didn't I encourage that)!
I and the folks at the Dillon County Development Board still can't find an actual town of Tyler in Dillon's vicinity. But I believe you anyway.
Now that my geography quibble is out of the way, I recommend the Little PeeDee State park, same as Justin. There is a nice trail there: the Beaver Pond Nature Trail. Seriously.
There isn't much to see up that way, as you might guess, but if you were willing to drive a bit, the Murrells Inlet/Pawleys Island/Myrtle Beach area could provide some golfing and a great destination--Brookgreen Gardens. It is, without a doubt, the most fantastic attraction in our state (and I live in Charleston, where legions of tourists clog our roadways every year). Go if you have the chance. Beautiful gardens, incredible statuary, and a wonderful animal sanctuary area.
Other than that, well, you know you have to go to South of the Border and get a bumper sticker for the car.