When considering a vacation spot this year, look no farther than the cool breeze and friendly atmosphere of Myrtle Beach. With thousands of things to do and experience it’s a perfect pick. Here is just a small list of attractions Myrtle has to offer.
If you have had enough of summer’s heat, the wave park supplies a fun and relaxing way to cool down. This is the largest water park in all of South Carolina, and both locals and vacationers agree that it is fantastic. So if you find your self strolling down the east coast don’t forget to visit this water park.
Don’t settle for the small boring shops when visiting Myrtle for your shopping needs. The shops here are a lot different from the norm of shopping centers. Barefoot Landing is an enormous shopping complex full of food and entertainment. Over 100 shops line this complex along the coastline, with outdoor entertainment the whole way around, and weekly firework shows. It’s worth a visit, sure to be fun for the whole family.
Nothing short of its name Broadway at The Beach is full of a wide range of entertainment and fun activities. With many attractions to pick from, this east side Broadway sits on over 320 acres of nightclubs, stores, and restaurants. You might want to even book a room at one of the three hotels on the strip.
This is the largest reptile park in the entire world, and houses over 800 alligators. Get hands on experience and also learn about all kinds of reptiles when you visit this park. Always try to get more than relaxation out of you vacation, memories are forever.
Founded in 1941, Brookgreen holds over 9,000 outside garden sculptures. Learn the history while having loads of family fun all along tidal swamps and forest, salty marshlands and sandy ridges. It provides great family fun with a bit of world history.
Sandie’s Tip: Check out Sandie’s Recommended Condos, for a few of the best condos located nearby to many of these top Myrtle Beach attractions! Many of these Myrtle Beach condos are minutes from attractions.