Myrtle Beach & the Grand Strand

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Horry and Georgetown Counties

Affectionately known as the "Grand Strand", the Myrtle Beach area encompasses 60 miles of Atlantic coastline and pristine beaches. There is never a shortage of things to do, but more importantly, Myrtle Beach offers you a chance to reconnect with those you love. For beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, take a leisurely stroll on our award winning oceanfront boardwalk and promenade before boarding the nearly 200-feet tall Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. Plus, with 14 distinct communities, there is a different identity and unique qualities for visitors to appreciate. No matter your interests, the Myrtle Beach area has you covered.

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bon appetit!

Great dining can take a vacation to the next level, and you’ll be pleased with the plethora of excellent options you’ll find in Myrtle Beach! Fresh local seafood, rice, grits, sweet potatoes, peaches, berries and fresh produce are the Grand Strand’s culinary calling cards.

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Brookgreen gardens

Those interested in art and history will be thrilled to discover Brookgreen Gardens, a national historic landmark showcasing the world’s largest collection of outdoor American sculpture. The lush, natural beauty of the gardens is another wonder to behold.

Curtain’s up

Crowd-pleasing entertainment abounds at area theatres. The Myrtle Beach area has all of this and more. The destination is a hotspot for live entertainment, offering outstanding music, dance, comedy, dinner theatre and celebrity concerts. No matter your choice a night out at the theatre is a night you will remember.

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A Golfer’s paradise

Year after year, the Myrtle Beach area is considered a contender for “golf capital of the US.” That’s because there are more than 80 courses, including 14 that have been ranked among “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses.” We have courses for beginners too, and every level in between.