Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


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Myrtle Beach has become a beloved family vacation destination. Home to 60 miles of uninterrupted beaches, the boardwalk has become the gateway to what TravelingJules described as “a bazillion things to do.”

There are four regions of Myrtle Beach, which offer a slightly different travel experience. Central Myrtle Beach is close to the airport and features several oceanfront hotels and resorts. It’s close to endless shopping and dining options, as well as the Myrtle Beach State Park. North Myrtle Beach offers campgrounds and the Grand Strand area, which encompasses Windy Hill, Crescent Beach, Ocean Drive, Cherry Grove, Atlantic Beach and Little River areas.

After wintering in Myrtle Beach for six years, my husband and I moved here last year. I was impressed by the amount of activities available for my grandkids when they came to visit and this year even more has been added. No one can complain about the restaurant choices - there is something to satisfy everyone's taste. It is one of the easiest towns to find your way around and you couldn't ask for friendlier people.
Reviewed by jen4712124
on September 17, 2012
My wife and I moved from Texas to Sumter SC two years ago. We came down to the MB area for day trips, and weekends. We decided to buy a home in the area and could not be happier. There is always something to do no matter the type of weather or time of year. The restaurants are as many as the types of food, and prices. The beaches are plenty as is the fishing. You can walk for days and see so much and it will not strain your budget. Lastly the locals are the best.
Reviewed by JSabino
on September 17, 2012
Food choices are excellent. The beach is beautiful!!!!! and the people who live here are so friendly!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by TerryS
on September 17, 2012
I have lived here all my life and no matter where I go I will always be "A Carolina Girl". The beaches are beautiful, lots of activities and the best food. That southern charm is welcoming to everyone.
Reviewed by thunter
on September 17, 2012
I started coming to Myrtle Beach as a child, and now at 60, I still love Myrtle Beach. It just keeps getting better, and more beautiful all the time. What I love is Myrtle has something for all ages, even if you just need to relax.
Reviewed by Bustersmom
on September 17, 2012
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