An Adventure to Remember 2017

An Adventure to Remember 2017

The beaches on the south end are quieter and less crowded, inviting leisurely strolls to find that perfect shell. Surfside Beach, known as “The Family Beach,” is the only non-smoking beach in the area and public beach accesses have parking. Beach wheelchairs are also available through the Surfside Beach Public Safety Department. The iconic Surfside… Read more

Silver and Tablecloths 2017

Silver and Tablecloths 2017

Local chefs take pride in taking the freshest ingredients and creating culinary masterpieces. On the south end of the Strand, in Georgetown, Alfresco Bistro serves Northern Italian and Lowcountry cuisine along with a healthy dose of southern hospitality, and the Townhouse, a local’s favorite, is known for its unique, American gourmet.  A little farther north… Read more

The South End 2017

The South End 2017

The southern end of the Grand Strand encompasses several smaller communities and one historic city. Surfside Beach, Garden City Beach, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, Pawleys Island and Georgetown are all unique communities with a shared, laid back lifestyle that draw visitors who enjoy a slower pace. The Town of Surfside Beach is a small beach town… Read more

Music & Nightlife 2017

Music & Nightlife 2017

There is so much to do after dark in Myrtle Beach! Celebrity Square in Broadway at the Beach is one of the Grand Strand’s hottest nightlife spots. OZ is located on the corner and connected to Malibu’s Surf Bar. OZ is a nightlife experience unlike any other. Each night features a different themed look, feel… Read more

The Great Outdoors (and Indoors!) 2017

The Great Outdoors (and Indoors!) 2017

Grab that new bathing suit or tee shirt and shorts and get outside! There is so much to do in Myrtle Beach’s great outdoors – and we’ve added a few indoor suggestions to consider when you need a break from the heat!    Sand and Surf Our beaches are some of the best in the… Read more

The North End 2017

The North End 2017

Visitors along the northern end of the Grand Strand know they have found paradise – sparkling shores, beach music and enough memory-making, vacation fun to please every member of the family. From just north of the North Carolina border to Barefoot Landing, this section of the beach brings folks back year after year to enjoy… Read more

Ready, Set… Shop! 2017

Ready, Set… Shop! 2017

A Myrtle Beach vacation will leave visitors with wonderful memories, but it’s always fun to take home a few items. Be sure and stop at the Gay Dolphin (See ad on page 13) on Ocean Boulevard, one block south of the SkyWheel. Family owned since 1946, this is much more than a gift shop, this… Read more

Myrtle Beach 2017

Myrtle Beach 2017

Myrtle Beach, the Queen of the Grand Strand, is a coveted destination that calls visitors back year after year.  Her beautiful, sandy beaches are always a first stop, but visitors will find so much more — fabulous shopping, a dizzying array of entertainment and, of course, delicious and diverse dining on every corner.  This town… Read more

An Adventure to Remember

An Adventure to Remember

From basking to strolling to running, from paddling to swimming to motoring, there is a lot to do outside on the south end. We’ve put together some tried and true favorites, plus a few surprises, for you to sample. The beaches on the south end are quieter and less crowded, inviting leisurely strolls to find… Read more

Silver and Tablecloths

Silver and Tablecloths

Local chefs take pride in taking the freshest ingredients and creating culinary masterpieces. On the south end of the Strand, in Georgetown, Alfresco Bistro serves Northern Italian and Lowcountry cuisine along with a healthy dose of southern hospitality. A little farther north in Pawleys Island, Chive Blossom and Bistro 217, both small and locally-owned, have… Read more

The South End

The South End

The southern end of the Grand Strand encompasses several smaller communities and one historic city. Surfside, Garden City, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, Pawleys Island and Georgetown are all unique communities with a shared, laid back lifestyle drawing visitors who enjoy a slower pace. The Town of Surfside Beach is a small beach town that is big… Read more

Music & Nightlife

Music & Nightlife

There is so much to do after dark in Myrtle Beach! Theaters abound, with a huge variety of entertainment. Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament takes you back to an age of bravery and honor, as you witness epic battles of steel and steed. As the battle rages, you’ll be served a four-course dinner fit for… Read more

Thrilling Outdoor Watersports

Thrilling Outdoor Watersports

Of course, when you come to Myrtle Beach, you want to spend time in the water! On the beach at 3rd Avenue South, Ocean Watersports has so many ways to have fun and get wet! The most experienced parasailing outfit on the Grand Strand, Ocean Watersports has been serving satisfied customers since 1981. Captain David… Read more

Conway

Conway

The city of Conway is one of the oldest in our state and is the county seat of Horry County. Founded in 1732 as the village of Kingston, today this small town, set along the banks of the Waccamaw River, 15 miles west of Myrtle Beach, is a picture perfect, small southern town. Main Street… Read more

The Great Outdoors (and Indoors!)

The Great Outdoors (and Indoors!)

Grab that new bathing suit or tee shirt and shorts and get outside! There is so much to do in Myrtle Beach’s great outdoors – and we’ve added a few indoor suggestions to consider when you need a break from the heat! Sand and Surf Our beaches are some of the best in the world,… Read more

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