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Heritage Shores Nature Preserve in North Myrle Beach is a kid friendly, dog friendly, wildlife friendly seven-acre park in the Cherry Grove community. With a 40-station trail and interpretive signage, it’s a great outdoor activity, even when it isn’t beach weather.
If you’re wondering what to do in Sunset Beach, we have a few suggestions. Although this southern-most island of the North Carolina coastline is also the smallest, it offers a wide variety of activities and some interesting off the beaten path places to explore.
Sunset Beach is really two towns, one on the island and one on the mainland, with completely different vibes, but the sense of community crosses the waterway and pulls the two together.
The Old Sunset Beach Bridge Museum and Interpretive Center is home to the last pontoon swing bridge left on the east coast. Its story is told through videos, artifacts, and interactive exhibits. Admission is free.
A visit to Ingram Planetarium will make you see stars, and that’s not all. This family-friendly astro-destination has a hands-on science center, and features laser shows and Sky Theater movies that are out of this world.
Myrtle Beach attractions range from mini-golf and race cars to museums and galleries. You can even tour local wineries.
Trash pickup in Myrtle Beach and other surrounding municipalities is often done through the city solid waste department. There are also a few independent waste removal companies that will haul your garbage or rent you a dumpster for large projects.
The SC Maritime Museum, located in Georgetown, South Carolina, features historical artifacts, photographs, paintings, and stories of ships and shipping in the state. Created in 1996 by the ..
Planters Pirates and Patriots takes you deep into the history of the South Carolina Grand Strand with all the elements of a novel.
Georgetown South Carolina was founded in 1729, but European explorers were in the area as early as the 1500s. It is the third oldest city in the state following Charleston and Beaufort, and it became
The Great Christmas Light Show in North Myrtle Beach is one of several holiday decoration events open to the public. You can drive through the lights, then stop at Santa’s Village for activities and
The Myrtle Beach airport serves Horry County and the surrounding areas with seven airlines and daily nonstop flights to over 35 cities. Eight rental car companies and several restaurants are also onsi
If you’re looking for dog friendly beaches to take Fido for a walk or swim, the Myrtle Beach area has several beaches that allow dogs and cats. Riding horses on the beach is also allowed in some areas
The Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce is the place to start to learn more about the area or to promote your business. There are seven offering business networking opportunities and visitor information.
The Myrtle Beach community represents a diverse and growing population served by chambers of commerce, a modern international airport, and a variety of religious faiths.
Did you say haunted Myrtle Beach? Not all South Carolina ghosts are in Charleston, you know. The Grand Strand has its share of spirits, scary stories, haunted houses, swamp lights, and more.
You’ve probably heard of the most famous Myrtle Beach ghosts, Alice and the Grey Man, but there are many tales of hauntings and ghostly encounters along the Grand Strand.
The Myrtle Beach art museum offers continuously changing exhibitions of regional and national artists, art classes, lectures, workshops, and a research library.
From pirates to presidents, Myrtle Beach history is a rich mixture of legends and historical fact. Once known as Long Bay, the beaches and coastal inlets of the Grand Strand are rife with tales
Looking for business networking opportunities in the North Myrtle Beach area? Check out the once a month gathering of local women entrepreneurs at Grapefull Sisters Vineyard’s wine and business mixer.
War veteran and U. S. Army career soldier Joseph Bryant Stewart was at Pearl Harbor, landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day, and did two tours of duty in Korea. He was also my Dad.
There are lots of Myrtle Beach Festivals presented throughout the year. We can’t begin to list them all, but we’ll try to present some of the larger, family-friendly ones here.
Wine tasting at a local winery is a great way to get to know regional wines. You can even visit a South Carolina winery right here in Myrtle Beach.
Gillian Claire is one of the top Myrtle Beach wedding photographers. For beach wedding photos, family photography, boudoir, maternity, babies, and even pets, she not only captures the moment, she ...
Aldi brings its Eco-friendly, European style grocery store to Myrtle Beach. There are currently two stores, one in North Myrtle Beach and one in Surfside Beach, offering low-cost every day staples…
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