The southeastern tip of Brunswick County is located at the South Carolina state line, making a trip to nearby Myrtle Beach quick and easy. With sixty miles of white sandy beaches, great entertainment, thrilling attractions, endless shopping, exquisite dining, and exhilarating water sports – Myrtle Beach is a great place to visit.
While here, be sure to take a ride on the 187 foot tall Myrtle Beach Skywheel. This huge observation wheel has 42 temperature-controlled gondolas and is open year-round. Another favorite attraction is the Myrtle Waves Water Park that covers 20 acres and has water slides, lazy rivers, pools and more. Interestingly, Myrtle Beach is home to more miniature golf courses per square mile than anywhere else on the planet.
If you like shopping, Myrtle Beach has plenty of options to choose from. Check out the upscale stores found at the Market Common or look for a bargain at the factory outlet shops. There are also regularly scheduled flea markets, great shopping malls and many specialty boutiques to peruse.
There are also plenty of beach activities to partake in. If you aren’t afraid of heights, get a beautiful bird’s eye view of the area while parasailing. Other popular things to do in the Atlantic Ocean include kayaking, riding jet skis, wake boarding, surfing, scuba diving and fishing.
Another great location to visit is Broadway at the Beach. This is a huge 700,000 square foot complex in Myrtle Beach that contains an aquarium, restaurants, a mirror maze, bars, clubs, go-karts, shops, a movie theater and many other attractions. This fun venue has plenty of entertainment options that will please both young and old alike.
Barefoot Landing is a popular destination in this area as well. Here you will find the Alabama Theater which hosts plays and live music. The House of Blues also offers plenty of concerts and shows for your enjoyment. There are also more than 100 shops and restaurants found here. The Alligator Adventure is a great family destination that has more than 700 animals, including: snakes, lizards, turtles, tropical birds, alligators and crocodiles. There are also live educational demonstrations at Alligator Adventure that allow guests to see rare and exotic animals up close.
Myrtle Beach also holds many great events throughout the year like the Sun Fun Festival, the Canadian-American Days Festival and the Beach Boogie & BBQ Festival. Living in Brunswick County means that you have the option of taking a quick drive to this bustling area to take in a concert, see a play, get a close look at rare reptiles, dance at great clubs, shop till you drop, and so much more. Myrtle Beach truly has something for everyone.
$589,900 : 200 Green Lake Drive, Myrtle Beach3 beds, 2 baths
$2,999,777 : 4004 N Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach6 beds, 6 baths
$179,000 : 9540 N Shore Drive #2-K, Myrtle Beach2 beds, 2 baths
$199,900 : 948 Silvercrest Drive, Myrtle Beach4 beds, 3 baths
$59,000 : 801 Burcale Road #E-6, Myrtle Beach2 beds, 2 baths
$88,900 : 208 Castle Drive, Myrtle Beach2 beds, 4 baths
$253,298 : 129 Hartland Drive #8-C, Myrtle Beach2 beds, 2 baths
$298,298 : 8560 Queensway Boulevard #405, Myrtle Beach2 beds, 2 baths
$253,298 : 129 Hartland Drive #8-D, Myrtle Beach2 beds, 2 baths
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