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Did you know?

  • More than 3.4 million rounds of golf are played annually in Myrtle Beach.
  • In 1905, oceanfront lots were $25. And if you built a property for at least $500, you would receive a second lot for free.
  • The origin of Myrtle Beach's name originated from the Sweet Myrtle Tree (Crape Myrtle), which is native to the area.
  • In the summer months, the population of Myrtle Beach jumps from 30,000 people to over 350,000 people.
  • Myrtle Beach is known as the Seaside Golf Capital of the World and also claims to be the Miniature Golf Capital of the World.
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Welcome to
Myrtle Beach,
South Carolina

Where to Stay

Avista Resort

300 North Ocean Boulevard
North Myrtle Beach, SC
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Beach Club At Montego Inn

1307 South Ocean Blvd.
Myrtle Beach , SC
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Myrtle Beach Resort 5 Seasons

5905 S. Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC
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Myrtle Beach Resort A Building

5905 South Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, SC
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Myrtle Beach Resort B Building

5905 South Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, SC
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Myrtle Beach Resort Renaissance Tower

5905 South Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, SC
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Myrtle Beach Resort VIP

5905 South Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, SC
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Ocean Creek Resort


Myrtle Beach, SC
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Shorehaven

300 Shorehaven Drive
North Myrtle Beach, SC
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Shores of Surfside II

1213 North Ocean Blvd.
Surfside Beach, SC
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The Lodge at Ocean Creek Plantation

415 Ocean Creek Drive
Myrtle Beach, SC
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World Tour Condominium

1009 World Tour Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, SC
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"The things to do in Myrtle Beach are endless!"
- Carolyn M., client since 2008

Events

  • World Famous Blue Crab Festival

    Each May, the World Famous Blue Crab Festival lures over 50,000 visitors to the small fishing village of Little River, located north of Myrtle Beach. The waterfront is the place to enjoy live music, kids' activities, arts and crafts, and the area's famous dish - the blue crab!
  • MayFest on Main

    Located on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach, this annual festival signals the start of summer. Bring a chair and enjoy family fun with the best live music, arts, crafts, food vendor, community stage and children's area. The festival is held the Saturday before Mother's Day.
  • Conway Riverfest

    Kicking off the weekend before Independence Day, the Conway Riverfest features live entertainment acts, an artisan market, a raft race, activities and games for all ages and of course great food. Held in downtown Conway along the banks of the Waccamaw River, this location and the events are unbeatable.
  • Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival

    End the summer right with this annual three-day event, occurring Labor Day weekend. The festival offers free beach concerts, jet-ski demonstrations, arts and crafts vendors, and more. Be sure not to miss the barbeque competition-when over 75 pit masters compete in one delicious cook-off!
  • Little River ShrimpFest

    The annual October ShrimpFest takes place along the Little River waterfront, drawing thousands of visitors and locals. Enjoy the beautiful fall weather with live jazz music and a tasty shrimp cook-off.
  • Loris Bog-Off Festival

    Chicken bog is a spicy combination of rice, chicken, sausage and pepper and is a well-known Southern local specialty. At October's Loris Bog-Off Festival, this is the dish of choice for many. The annual festival offers live entertainment, arts and crafts, fireworks, and more.

"We love Myrtle Beach and look forward to going every summer."
- Anthony M., client since 2002

Places to Go

  • Broadway at the Beach

    Broadway at the Beach

    Explore this popular tourist attraction where there's truly something for everyone. Enjoy a wide array of entertainment, dining, and shopping options.
  • New South Brewing Company

    New South Brewing Company

    Take a tour of this small microbrewery, where all of the beers are hand-crafted. They brew a variety of beers including Lagers, Stouts, White Ales, Dark Star Porters, IPAs and Nut Brown Ales. Experience them first hand through a tasting and buy a souvenir to remember the experience.
  • Myrtle Beach

    Myrtle Beach

    Discover the 60-mile string of beaches that the Grand Strand boasts. Search for seashells, play in the waves, or just soak up the sun as you relax on the pristine beach.
  • Golfing

    Golfing

    Pack your clubs and get ready for a golf getaway when you visit Myrtle Beach, the golf capital of the United States. With over 100 courses to choose from, there's no doubt that you will find a course perfect for both your skill level and budget.
  • The Market Common

    The Market Common

    Spend the day at the Market Common as you shop at your favorite retail stores, take your pick from various types of cuisines, or see a movie. Be sure to check out the events that they host year-round while you're visiting.
  • Water Sports

    Water Sports

    Take your pick from the many thrilling water sports that Myrtle Beach offers like jet skiing, boating, wakeboarding, and kayaking. Some popular water sport companies include Myrtle Beach Water Sports Inc, Ocean Watersports, and Express Watersports.
  • SkyWheel

    SkyWheel

    See all of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk attractions from the air as you take flight on the SkyWheel. Afterwards, walk the Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade as you shop and dine. At night, the SkyWheel illuminates the sky.
  • Parasailing

    Parasailing

    Get a bird's eye view of the beautiful Grand Stand as you parasail your way over the Atlantic Ocean. Fly high as your feet dangle and you feel the salty ocean air. Many rental companies provide parasailing including Downwind Sails Watersports, Ocean Watersports, and Parasail Express.
  • TicketReturn.com Field

    TicketReturn.com Field

    Home to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Class-A-Advanced affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, this ball park offers family fun with a playground, concession stands, promotions and of course, baseball!

"Myrtle Beach was spectacular and perfect for our children and offered plenty for adults. What a great time!"
- Thomas H., client since 2006

Transportation

Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), located at 1100 Jetport Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, is the closest major airport. Depending on where you stay in Myrtle Beach, you may or may not need a rental car as some attractions are within walking distance. You can easily obtain a rental car in advance from the airport. Keep in mind that it's not uncommon to see golf carts on the road, so be aware of them when traveling.


Take a Day Trip

Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge 51 Minutes
Wilmington, NC 1 Hour, 26 Minutes
Columbia, SC 2 Hours, 43 Minutes
Charleston, SC 2 Hours
Milford, DE 1 Hour, 2 Minutes
Charlotte, NC 3 Hours, 40 Minutes

"Never had to leave our place. We had so much fun!"
- Dorothy M., client since 2005