The new Myrtle Beach Boardwalk brings life to the downtown area where the Myrtle Beach Pavilion once stood. In addition, the Grand Strand has an exciting nightlife, unique shopping and dining options to suit any taste.
A myriad of water-based activities are also available along the Grand Strand including fishing, jet skiing, surfing and banana boat rides.
The oceanfront Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade is a 1.2 mile long walk along beautiful oceanfront Myrtle Beach from the 14th Avenue Pier to the 2nd Avenue Pier amidst restaurants, family attractions, gift shops, beach bars & some of Myrtle Beach's best oceanfront hotels including the Bay View Resort.
Broadway at the Beach offers guests a myriad of dining and entertainment options. You will discover great restaurants like the Hard Rock Cafe, Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville and Senor Frogs, along with popular Myrtle Beach attractions such as Ripley's Aquarium, The BIG D Ultimate Digital Movie Experience and Legends in Concert, just to name a few!
One of the most popular golf vacation destinations in the United States, Myrtle Beach Golf offers 100 golf courses (give or take a few) designed by some of the biggest names in golf. With more public golf courses per person than anywhere else in the country, the Grand Strand has some of the nation's best golf courses.
Myrtle Beach is renowned for it's world-class shopping. With a wide variety of places to shop in Myrtle Beach, you can visit one of the Grand Strand's malls (Coastal Grand Mall or Myrtle Beach Mall), an outlet shopping complex (Tanger has 2 locations in Myrtle Beach & North Myrtle Beach), or you can opt for an all in one entertainment destination like Broadway at the Beach with it's shopping, dining and attractions.
With over 100 retail stores and specialty shops, restaurants and more all in one convenient location, Barefoot Landing is well-known for its unique shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities. Nestled on the Intracoastal Waterway in North Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Landing has something for everyone including a myriad of restaurants, world-class entertainment, family-friendly special events and weekly fireworks displays (during the summer season).
Myrtle Beach is famous for fantastic, fresh seafood, but the area offers visitors and locals alike a whole lot more. When eating out in Myrtle Beach, the biggest problem is choosing a place to eat from the seemingly endless variety of restaurants along the Grand Strand.
Huffman Helicopters in Myrtle Beach offers helicopter rides to the public. Here you will go up to heights around 700 feet where you will be able to see Myrtle Beach like never before. Fly over Broadway at the Beach and watch the tourists stare back from the ground. Fly over your favorite Myrtle Beach golf course and check out the links from the sky. Huffman has been operating for 38 years and have a perfect safety record. Give them a call if you want to take to the skies on your next vacation.
Myrtle Beach is a great destination for watersports enthusiasts with its location between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. If you're interested in surfing, parasailing, scuba diving or jet ski rentals, the Grand Strand is the place to be this summer.
When the sun goes down the nightlife in Myrtle Beach starts heating up. For an exciting night out on the town, head on down to Celebrity Square in Broadway at the Beach. At Celebrity Square you'll discover a variety of exciting clubs and beach bars to dance the night away.
An ideal spot for fishing, swimming, camping and picnicking, the Myrtle Beach State Park (opened in 1935) offers wide open beaches, a fishing pier full of anglers with fishing stories, campgrounds in the oceanfront woods and much more.
Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand offer great fishing! Actually, Myrtle Beach offers some of the best ocean fishing found on the East Coast. Visitors to the Grand Strand can enjoy a variety of fantastic fishing adventures including fishing from a pier in Myrtle Beach, deep-sea fishing from area charters and fishing from the surf.
Huntington Beach State Park, located across from Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, is an oceanfront state park that has it all. Just minutes south of Myrtle Beach, the park has a freshwater lagoon, a salt marsh, maritime forest trails and best of all, three miles of pristine beach!
Looking for something different to do while you're on vacation in Myrtle Beach? Then head over to the House of Blues for amazing live concerts, special events and delta-inspired cuisine. You'll find both local and national acts performing at the House of Blues.
Located on the former site of the Myrtle Beach Pavilion, Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures features a 55 foot tall zipline that propels riders from one platform to another at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour, all while riders take in a breathtaking view of one of the most scenic stretches of beach on the Grand Strand. After completing the zipline, riders have the option of taking on the FreeFall Express, a 60 foot tall tower that riders jump from to free fall to a height of 15 feet before being safely (and gently) lowered to the ground.
At the Children's Museum of South Carolina, kids "Touch, Explore, and Play" while learning about the world through interactive exhibits and programs that are designed to entertain as well as teach. The museum works in partnership with local communities and schools to expose kids to technology, science and culture.