Myrtle Beach Transportation
Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) is a small airport with a modest number of daily passenger flights to domestic destinations and Canada. Airlines to MYR are Elite, Frontier, Porter, Spirit, Sun Country and Westjet. Direct flights include Atlanta, Atlantic City, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Indianapolis, NYC, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Toronto, and Washington DC. MYR Airport includes a modest collection of shops, cafes and bars for its size.
Car Rentals include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, Thrifty and National at MYR airport. Taxis: are parked outside door 6 and are available first come first serve. A taxi ride from MYR Airport to most hotels along the strand costs $20. Consider Uber/Lyft.
Captain Dick’s Ocean Sightseeing Cruises
DESCRIPTION: Ocean cruise to watch dolphins, jets or Parasail, whatever your fun choice. Located at Crazy Sister Marina
ADDRESS: US Highway 17 at the waterfront, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Great American Riverboat
ADDRESS: Barefoot Landing, Myrtle Beach, SC
Myrtle Beach Highways is an oceanfront metro area not on the Interstate Highway System. Most visitors exit from the Interstate to drive here from one three directions:
Driving Directions from Wilmington, North Carolina:
Take US-17 South toward Shallotte/Myrtle Beach
Take ramp onto SC-9 North towards Loris
Bear right onto Carolina Bays Parkway (SC 31) toward Myrtle Beach/Georgetown
Take ramp onto US 501 South, towards Myrtle Beach
Proceed over Intracoastal Waterway bridge and take ramp onto US-17 South or North
Driving Directions from Columbia, South Carolina:
Take the I-20 East to I-95 north
Take I-95 north to Exit 170 (Rt. 327)
Take Route 327 to SC-576
Turn left onto Rt 76/301 and follow to SC-576.
Take SC-576 East to US-501 South
Continue on US-501 South
After crossing the Intracoastal Waterway, bear Right onto US-17 South or North
Driving Directions from Charleston, South Carolina:
Take US-17 North – go 90 miles
Though some parking lots near beaches accept debit/credit cards, its always good to bring coins, just in case.