9 Best Things To Do in Myrtle Beach

The scenic Myrtle Beach Boardwalk extends 1.2 miles along the Atlantic Ocean. The Victorian coastal promenade is quite classic. The beach is a lovely background for activities like the SkyWheel (more on that later) and little food kiosks. 

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Family Kingdom Amusement Park is a great spot for entertainment and exciting rides. Sling Shot and other bumper cars are among 37 amusement park attractions in the site. 

Family Kingdom Amusement Park

One of the most entertaining Myrtle Beach activities is Myrtle Waves Water Park. Again, this attraction is family-friendly and enjoyable for adults. A lazy river and wave pool are among the rides. 

Myrtle Waves Water Park

The beach and wetland reserve of Huntington Beach State Park is around 2,500 acres. Sea turtles and alligators may be seen on kilometers of boardwalks and nature paths.

Huntington Beach State Park

Myrtle Beach State Park is one of the most calm and picturesque tourist sites. The park's marine turtles and fish make it a popular surf fishing spot. Beach, sandy meadows, and seaside woodland make up the park. 

Myrtle Beach State Park

Barefoot Landing is quite different from Myrtle Beach State Park. Barefoot Landing is an urban city, and the retail and entertainment area is popular with shoppers and thrill-seekers. 

Barefoot Landing

To Broadway Grand Prix. Broadway Grand Prix is a huge recreation facility famed for go-cart racing. Rock climbing, mini golf, and seven go-cart courses are available. 

Broadway Grand Prix

The city's first theater was the only for seven years. Myrtle Beach's Carolina Opry hosts live music and drama and still does. Shows are one of Myrtle Beach's top attractions for live entertainment.

The Carolina Opry

Broadway at the Beach a major Myrtle Beach attraction. Most of you have heard of it, and if not, you will do it at Myrtle Beach. Tourists come to the outdoor entertainment hub for eating, shopping, attractions, and performances. 

Broadway At The Beach