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Myrtle Beach Area

The Grand Strand area is more than a vacation destination – it is an exciting and distinct place to call home. Stretching from the North Carolina state line south to Georgetown County, the Grand Strand is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States. The moderate climate, broad mix of activities, and unique way of life make this region an appealing destination. No matter what your interests, the Grand Strand offers something for everyone.

The Grand Strand is known as the “seaside golf capital of the world.” More than 100 championship courses are located throughout the area, including nationally renowned courses ranked in Golf Digest’s Top 100. Golfers at all levels, from beginner to pro, will enjoy challenging layouts from some of the top designers in the game. A number of tournaments and events are hosted at local courses each year, including the Hootie and the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Pro-Am.

The Grand Strand presents a variety of attractions for all interests. 60 miles of wide, sandy beaches, acclaimed every year by travel organizations, line the coast. For a more active day with the family, visit an amusement or water park. Encounter fascinating native and underwater wild life at various exhibits and educational programs at Ripley’s Aquarium, Alligator Adventure, or state parks. Explore Brookgreen Gardens and tour one of the world’s largest outdoor sculpture collections and its historic grounds.

The Grand Strand presents an array of live entertainment venues, showcasing music, dance, comedy, and dinner shows. The acclaimed Carolina Opry presented by Calvin Gilmore includes variety shows and special holiday performances. Watch your favorite entertainers from years past at Legends in Concert, featuring look-alikes (and sound-alikes) of showbiz greats such as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, and Marilyn Monroe. The regal Palace Theatre plays host to a number of acts, including Le Grande Cirque, Spirit of the Dance, and The Rat Pack. Watch nationally-known touring artists at the House of Blues and Alabama Theater. Experience showmanship and competition as knights on Andalusian stallions entertain the crowds at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. At Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show, enjoy a unique telling of American history through spectacular performances of beautiful horses and a cast of top riders.

An assortment of retail establishments to suit every budget are found throughout the Grand Strand. Enjoy unique outdoor shopping, dining, and sightseeing at either Barefoot Landing or Broadway at the Beach. For bargain hunters, Tanger Outlets offers hundreds of stores, ranging from designer fashions to home accessories, at two different locations. Visit Coastal Grand Mall, South Carolina’s largest mall, an enclosed 1.5-million square foot retail site. Find unique jewelry, clothing, and handicraft items at a variety of small boutiques and specialty shops, such as the Pawleys Island Hammock Shops.

Along the Grand Strand, nearly 2,000 full-service restaurants prepare every type of cuisine imaginable. Sample the area’s famous fresh, local seafood prepared a number of distinct ways as you travel along the coast from Calabash to Murrells Inlet. Try a regional specialty “Low Country” recipe or Carolina barbeque. Celebrate a special occasion at one of many fine dining locations, or discover delicious and authentic Italian, Japanese, or Mexican dishes any time.

There is plenty to do during a night out along the Grand Strand. Relax amid the calming coastal breeze at a waterfront restaurant or bar. If you feel like dancing, venues for beach music, country, oldies, or contemporary music are found throughout the area. Sing along to your favorite songs at a karaoke bar or as dueling pianos play. Watch your team at a local sports bar. A number of locations also host live entertainment of all genres.

The Grand Strand offers various choices for water enthusiasts. Take a deep water excursion off the Atlantic coast, or journey amid the natural serenity along the Intracoastal Waterway or Waccamaw River. Cast a line off a pier along the beach, or fish and crab the backwater creeks. For the more adventurous, enjoy a day sailing, jet skiing, or scuba diving.