Straddling the Atlantic Ocean, Myrtle Beach is one of the nation’s Top 5 destinations for vacationers traveling by car. Since the area lies between the North Carolina border and Charleston it also swells with the cultural attractions of nearby Georgetown and Pawley’s Island in the Gullah Islands. Like geese returning home every year, golfers, couples and families repeatedly heed its charms. With miles of recent and new construction along Ocean Boulevard, the main thoroughfare running parallel to the ocean, Myrtle Beach boasts hundreds of affordable hotels and motels and more than 1,700 full-service restaurants. Mainstay restaurant clubs like House of Blues, with its popular Sunday Gospel Brunch, help establish it as a must visit southeastern destination for couples and singles.
Many visitors forget the that a thriving back community formed in North Myrtle Beach in the days of Jim Crow Segregation. There are surviving black businesses that merit a visit … More
The Grand Strand beach is immaculate, but you can book may charter boats for sports and game fishing off the coast. … More
Duffers love the Grand Strand for its more than 120 golf courses. With so many courses known for their beauty and challenge, some call it the “golf capital of the world.” One visit and you’ll know why … More
Pro MiniGolf Masters, Family Kingdom amusement park, Wild Water Waterpark & Family Fun Center, Skywheel, Ripley’s Aquarium, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, NASCAR Speedpark and Waccatee Zoological Farm headline the attractions … More
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Featuring Kiddie rides to Formula 1 race cars, Grand Prix is a fun driver’s paradise, Prix go-carts, mini Ferraris, Jeeps and Corvettes that can be driven on a variety of tracks for high performance fun … More