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Nice Weather, Sandy Beaches, Tons of Activities…This Destination has it All
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has been a top vacation destination for decades with travellers looking for a combination of relaxation and excitement near one of the country's top beaches. North Myrtle Beach and its grand hotels offer tourists from all over the world a unique vacation with spectacular sunsets, gourmet meals, adrenaline-pumping activities, live theatre and world-class shopping. The area also has a colourful history, much of which is displayed in the North Myrtle Beach Museum and a unique culture that can be seen in the warm and laid-back locals.
Dine alongside these Seaside Southern Sunsets
Great dining options await in this vacation hotspot, featuring everything from family eateries to upscale dining, all with a seaside southern flare. Both local and international dishes are featured at most eateries and some of the hotels in North Myrtle Beach have fantastic restaurants as well. As with any coastal region, seafood, including fresh lobster, crab and tuna, is the most widely sought after cuisine, perhaps with a side of grits for those seeking that Carolina comfort. Additional Southern cuisine, featuring items such as pan-fried chicken, black-eyed peas, poke salad and cornbread, is also a popular favourite and is widely available. Many of the restaurants are located on the beach, or overlooking the ocean. A favourite activity among locals and visitors alike is to get a late dinner followed by drinks on one of the many restaurant patios and watching the spectacular sunset that the North Myrtle Beach area is so well known for.
Stay Low-Key or Get the Adrenaline Pumping
North Myrtle Beach’s outdoor activities draw the most visitors in summer months, thanks to the warm temperatures, perfect for enjoying the beach. Of course, the most popular aspect of the town is its long, sandy beach where visitors can pursue a wide range of activities including parasailing, jet skiing, kayaking, surfing and sailing. Several man-made reefs, including The Sherman and Charleston Tug, are located offshore and visitors can dive or snorkel with a guide or on their own. Private casino cruises and glass-bottom kayak tours are available during the summer months as well. Alligator Adventure makes for a fun visit, where guests can watch alligator feedings, and check out the owls, wolves, and flamingos on site. Golf is a popular activity with many visitors coming to enjoy some of the top golf courses in the country. North Myrtle Beach Golf Club and Beachwood Golf Club are just some of the courses located in the area.
Theatre, Shopping, and Festivals Galore
Live theatre is a big thing in the area, and visitors can take in some of this entertainment at many locations including Palace Theatre and The Carolina Opry in nearby Myrtle Beach. Festivals, featuring live music and various entertainment, occur throughout the year. Little River Blue Crab Festival, which occurs every spring on the Little River Waterfront fifteen minutes away from North Myrtle Beach, features food, art, crafts and games. MayFest on Main is another spring festival that features live entertainment combined with art and food. When it comes to shopping, Tanger Outlets, Myrtle Beach Mall and Market Common, which are located about half an hour away in Myrtle Beach, are just some of the places offering spectacular deals and one-of-a-kind souvenirs. It's easy to get around the area with a vehicle and rental car outlets are central and located close to many of the hotels.
Day trips just outside North Myrtle
Attractions are numerous in this region of South Carolina. For those still thirsty for some time outdoors, Huntington Beach State Park is home to a beautiful stretch of quiet and pristine sandy shores. This historic state park spans 2,500 acres, and can be reached in under an hour’s drive from your North Myrtle Beach hotel. The park provides visitors the chance to enjoy outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, fishing and simply enjoying the surrounding nature. For those looking to check out some attractions of central Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is only a thirty minutes’ drive. This mile-long stretch of boardwalk along the beach is home to shops, restaurants and lovely views. A ferris wheel and zipline area are also featured along the boardwalk. For fun with family, Waccatee Zoological Farm is a large, natural area home to over 100 animal species, also a 30 minute drive from North Myrtle Beach. Visitors can walk around the grounds and observe the animals in a natural habitat.