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Things To Do

In Myrtle Beach, SC there are hundreds of ways to fill your beach vacation scrapbook and you can do so without breaking the bank. From enjoying family time on the beautiful beaches to racing go carts in the afternoon and catching live shows in the evening hours, Myrtle Beach will keep your family entertained! And when you vacation at The Boardwalk Beach Resort on North Ocean Boulevard, everything is within easy reach.

The Beaches

The Boardwalk Beach Resort boasts 700-feet of oceanfront directly behind the resort property. Naturally, the sugary white sand stretches for miles and miles north and south of this high-rise and is perfect for enjoying long walks in the daytime or even under the full moon sky. The warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean gently lap at the shoreline and refresh swimmers who snorkel the sand bar, relax in the tidal pools and body surf the crashing waves. The beaches of Myrtle Beach are a natural playground for couples looking for a romantic getaway, families on their beach vacation, golfers ratcheting up their game and seniors enjoying their active retirement.

On the East Coast, sunrises are best enjoyed on the oceanfront. To watch the sun peek over the horizon where the Atlantic Ocean meets the night sky is exhilarating. And there is no better seat for the sunrise than when you are planted on the white sand. Beachfront activities in Myrtle Beach range from family picnics and bocce ball games to seashell hunting and surf fishing. Take your beach chair and favorite book to the water's edge and sit so the Atlantic Ocean gently rushes over your feet. Kids love to play in the ankle deep water and fairy tale sand castles are easily sculpted in the sand before the tide washes them away.

The beaches in Myrtle Beach are naturally tranquil with the rhythmic sound of crashing waves and symphonic call of a seagull.

Visitors to Myrtle Beach, SC can easily amp up the otherwise tranquil Myrtle Beach experience by going parasailing behind an ocean-going speed boat and renting Sea Doos and hitting the ocean waves. Taking a SCUBA diving lesson and searching underwater or going deep-sea fishing to see what the real catch of the day is are also terrific options for adrenaline junkies.

The Grand Strand is 60 miles of white, sandy beaches just begging to be explored and Myrtle Beach is right in the middle of it. The Atlantic Ocean comes inland in North Myrtle Beach at Hog Inlet, where fishing and kayaking are popular pastimes for locals and visitors alike. Inshore and offshore, from the sand or from the water, the beaches and the Atlantic Ocean are some of Mother Nature's best playgrounds in South Carolina!


Dress for what matters most when in Myrtle Beach and for some, that means golf shoes. The Myrtle Beach area has been a premier golf vacation destination for decades. Golf has been a part of the local landscape since the 1920s and today, there are more than 100 golf courses along our beautiful beaches, riverfronts and marshlands. Some are private, most are public and too many to count are award-winning.

The manicured Myrtle Beach golf courses are comprised of challenging natural hazards and lush fairways. Dense woods, pine forests, wetlands and an impressive array of flora and fauna on our golf courses make each round of golf more like a nature hike. Couple this with superior service from renowned golf professionals and the result is a memorable Myrtle Beach golf vacation.

You may golf early or choose to golf late in the day during your beach vacation. Tee times start early in the morning, sometimes go until after dark and are available year-round. Play nine holes. Play 18 holes. Play a par-3 executive course or play at night on a lighted golf course. With so many options, it is no wonder that 4.2 million rounds of golf are played annually.

The wide selection of distinguished golf courses found in the Myrtle Beach area are accentuated by driving ranges, golf schools, virtual golf trainers and a myriad of tournaments. Myrtle Beach brings together golf and the beaches for one memorable vacation the whole family will love.


You cannot come to Myrtle Beach and not embrace the live entertainment theatres around town. From the variety shows, musical productions and headlining super stars at Alabama Theatre to the thrills and chills at the Ghosts and Legends Theatre, your whole family can be entertained with tickets to any one show.

Do you want to eat while you are entertained? Myrtle Beach has dinner theatres for you! There is Dolly Parton's Pirate's Voyage Dinner & Show, which pits the North against the South in a family-friendly evening of games and animal antics, and there is also Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament that is a love story with knights competing on horseback. Enjoy a delicious meal while being thoroughly entertained in comfortable atmospheres where every seat is a good seat.

During the holiday season in Myrtle Beach, the focus of our live entertainment theatres turns to special Christmas productions you will not want to miss.

House of Blues also makes its home in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Located in Barefoot Landing, House of Blues is where live shows, tempting cuisine and Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre culminate for one hot spot.


Mom and pop arcades and miniature golf courses are just a couple of the Myrtle Beach amusements you will find around town. Be sure to visit the famous Ripley's Aquarium and world-renowned Brookgreen Gardens. This seaside resort town is alive with much to explore.

Wooden dance floors call for shag dancers to strut their stuff. With "Carolina Girl" playing in the background, it is hard to keep your feet still when you visit the classics, like beach clubs where live beach music floats on the sea breezes. Learning to shag dance is simply part of being in Myrtle Beach when the air is warm and the lights go down.

The heart and soul of Myrtle Beach is the water. And boardwalks and piers throughout the area affront the Atlantic Ocean, marshes and rivers. Take a romantic stroll and look at the boats, birds and nature that line up on one side of the boardwalk or the other. Some boardwalks have access to the water, whether for swimming, Sea Doo rentals or boat rides. And many piers offer family fishing and live music.

There is bungee jumping, paintball, roller coasters and giant swings for the thrill seekers in your family. Hit top speeds on a screaming-fast boat tour that might leave you dowsed with ocean water. Or hit the water parks for a full day's worth of water slide fun.

Experience a quieter side of Myrtle Beach amusements with the nearby zoo, waterfront horseback riding, Jeep tours and hiking in the state parks. Bicycle rentals about town encourage you to hit the bike trails for a day.

And to keep having fun even while indoors, there is laser tag, children's museum, midnight bowling and so much more. Have your cameras ready because in Myrtle Beach you never know when you are going to be enticed to stop for a closer look and discover a photo op for your family vacation scrapbook.


Ladies, put on your walking shoes because there is some shopping to be done in Myrtle Beach! There truly is something for everyone in this resort town. Antique stores bulge at the seams with furniture, décor and childhood mementos that really take you back. You never know what you will find at the local flea markets—everything from farm-fresh produce to artwork by local artisans that will forever remind you of your Myrtle Beach vacation.

Three popular entertainment meccas in the Myrtle Beach area feature shopping—Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach and The Market Common. Barefoot Landing is a shopping destination on Highway 17 where Alabama Theatre, House of Blues, numerous restaurants and about 100 storefronts are scattered around a 27-acre lake and alongside the Intracoastal Waterway. Broadway at the Beach is further south on Highway 17 and boasts Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, Ripley's Aquarium, miniature golf and more than 100 specialty shops and restaurants so you can easily spend the day there. Closer to the Myrtle Beach International Airport is The Market Common, an upscale shopping/dining/residential complex that features such store favorites as Orvis and Tommy Bahamas. Go for dinner and a movie at The Market Common, see a live show at Broadway at the Beach's Palace Theatre and catch the fireworks at Barefoot Landing.

Shop big at the Coastal Grande Mall. It's a centrally located, grand-size mall in the Myrtle Beach area where your favorite stores line the interior piazza. Historic shopping villages, such as The Hammock Shops Village in Pawleys Island, are outdoor destinations where oak-draped moss trees set the laid-back tone for the day.

Highways 501 and 17 feature outlet stores and outlet malls, which are crowd pleasers because this is where you find your favorite name-brand labels at incredible prices. Outlet malls are how Myrtle Beach visitors and locals alike go treasure hunting. Make sure there is room in the car or in your carry-on luggage for all the goodies you can score at the Myrtle Beach area outlet malls.

The beachwear stores throughout town make it easy for you to find the beach toys, towels, chairs and body boards so your time on the white sandy beaches is enjoyed to the max. You never have to go far to find a new beach umbrella, comfortable lounge chair or sand bucket for the kids. When you spend the day on the beach, you do more than get a great tan. You play and you relax and your family deserves to do so with all the appropriate beach accessories! For more than great deals on Myrtle Beach sunglasses, the beach stores will ensure your beach vacation is complete!


If you love having a wide selection of restaurants at your fingertips, then Myrtle Beach is your food fair! There are hundreds of restaurants around town, each with a different menu, ambiance and list of specials. For exploration your taste buds will appreciate, treat meal times as a cruise around the world.

You could eat at a different restaurant for each meal of the day for an entire year and still not have visited all the restaurants Myrtle Beach has. From breakfast, through lunch and into dinner and even late-night snacks, the restaurant selection you will enjoy in Myrtle Beach is astounding. Sure there are drive-through windows, but there are also sizzling steaks, succulent seafood, made-from-scratch soups and homemade desserts just like Grandma's.

Does your family love seafood? Oyster roasts are popular in the fall and winter seasons and fresh shrimp plucked from the nearby inlets and bays are better than ever. The promise of all-you-can-eat crab legs, savory clam chowder, chunky fish dip and grouper sandwiches might lure you inside some restaurants.

Restaurant ambiances are as different as the people who visit the area. Fine dining coupled with an exquisite wine list are available for those with sophisticated tastes. Waterfront dining where you can watch the sun go down over the Intracoastal Waterway or inlet is a treat at sunset. Dine on a pier, boat or wooden deck in the Myrtle Beach area. It is a culinary melting pot and waiting to be discovered by your food-loving family and friends.

Water Sports

Between the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, Waccamaw River, salt marsh, inlets, creeks and nearby Winyah Bay, there are so many opportunities for you to play on, under and above the water. Some water sports embrace your serene side, while other recreation options beckon your adventurous spirit.

SCUBA diving takes you underwater as does snorkeling the sand bar for sand dollars and an occasional stingray. Enjoy the water from atop the surface with Sea Doo rentals, banana boat rides, sailing cruises and boat rentals. And soar high above the ocean on a parasail flight for two.

Grab a pole and let's go fishing when you are in Myrtle Beach. We have deep-sea fishing, pier fishing, surf fishing and inshore fishing are all options. Charter a sport fish boat for offshore fun, hire a guide for flats boat exploration or rent your own and cruise the tidal creeks and tributaries in search of your own catch. Whether you seek big game fish, delicious king mackerel, flounder from the inlets or crabs from the stony crags, there is someone in town who wants to make sure you get the seafood you want.