Sunday, March 3, 2013

170 Things To Do In And Around Myrtle Beach South Carolina

Since Spring and Summer are not that far away and vacation time will be coming soon, I thought I might compile a list of things to do in and around Myrtle Beach SC. This wonderful beach in SC, is a favorite vacation spot for many. No matter if you are someone who has been there or someone who hasn't, this list will probably open your eyes to a few new and not so new things to do in and around Myrtle Beach SC.

1. Dolphin watch tours
2. Take a walk along the boardwalk
3. Parasailing
4. Look around the beach for sharks teeth
5. Take a dip in the ocean
6. Rent a umbrella and chair then chill out on the beach
7. Go shopping at the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove (favorite of mine, must see. Have the best selection of beach souvenirs)

8. take sailing lessons
9. Visit Myrtle Beach State Park
10. Take a moonlit walk along the beach
11. T.I.G.E.R.S
12. Check out the local beach stores
13. Darlington Raceway
14. Wakeboarding
15. Visit the town of Little River
17. Visit Huntington Beach State Park (Take a tour of Atalaya Castle it's beautiful, so is the beach.)
18. The Giant Crab seafood buffet
19. Go for a drive and look at beach homes
20. Barefoot Landing
21. Visit the Lazy Gator Gift Shop
22. Go to the Myrtle Beach flea market
23. Surfing
24. Rent a scooter / moped
25. Go fishing on one of the piers
26. Go shelling

27. Visit Springmaid Pier
28. Go for Helicopter Ride
29. Take a walk along Ocean Blvd
30. NASCAR Speed park
31. Go for a banana boat ride
32. Deep sea fishing
33. Broadway At The Beach
34. Go Golfing at one of the many golf courses in the area
35. Visit Surfside Beach
36. Take a bike ride
37. The Market Common
38. Have a picnic on the beach
39. Learn to shag dance
40. IMAX 3D theater
41. Wonder Works
42. Camping
43. Ron Jon Surf Shop
44. Apache Pier
45. Central Park in North Myrtle Beach
46. Sun Cruz Casino
47. Battleship NC in Wilmington NC
48. South of the Boarder
49. Grab a SC state symbol for your car in one of the local beach shops
50. Bike Week
51. Head over to Myrtle Waves Waterpark and splash around
52. Cruise down Ocean Blvd at night
53. Take part in Mustang week in late July
54. Visit North Myrtle Beach
55. Tanning
56. Build sandcastles
57. Buy some boiled peanuts
58. Visit Sparky's Fireworks
59. Buy some peaches
60. Tanger Outlet Hwy 17 (Coach, New Balance, Polo Ralph Lauren, Nautica, Yankee Candle, CROCS, Ben & Jerrys and more)

61.Watch fireworks at Broadway at the Beach
62. Sun Fun Festival
63. Myrtle Beach May Fest
64. Pavilion Nostalgia Park
65. Visit the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk
66. House of Blues
67. Visit the town of Conway
68. Wild Water & Wheels
69. Family Kingdom Amusement and Water Park
70. Croissants Bistro & Bakery
71. Rent a jet ski
72. The Soar & Explore zipline and rope course
73. Visit Pawleys Island
74. Ripleys Aquarium
75. Brookgreen gardens
76. Governors Lighthouse
77. Hampton Plantation
78. Visit Georgetown
79. F.l.a.v.o.r event
80. Rent on Pontoon Boat
81. Dinner Cruise on the Barefoot Princess
82. Hard Rock Cafe
83. Check out the Intracoastal Waterway
84. Eat at the Sea Captins House
85. Tanger Outlet Mall Hwy 501 (Coach, Christmas at the Beach, Polo Ralph Lauren, Nike, Gap & more)

86.The Blue Crab Festival
87. Hawaiian Village mini golf
88. Visit one of the area nightclubs
89. Go to a local spa
90. Visit Litchfield Beach
91. Take a shelling & lighthouse cruise
92. Everything Under The Sun flea market
93. Visit Cherry Grove Pier
94. Pirates Voyage
95. Carolina Opry Theater
96. Visit Pier 14 Restaurant and the pier

97. Legends in Concert
98. Alabama Theater
99. Catch a movie
100. Lost Treasure Mirror Maze
101. OD Pavilion & Amusement Park
102. North Myrtle Beach Flea Market
103. Alligator Adventure
104. Visit Atlantic Beach
105. Coastal Grand Mall
106. Black Bike Week
107. Palace Theater
108. Plyer Park
109. Magiquest
110. Ripleys Believe It Or Not
111. Hawaiian Rumble Mini Golf
112. Ripleys 5D Moving Theater
113. Ripleys Marvolous Mirror Maze
114. Big M Casino
115. Car shows
116. SOS Festivals
117. Horseback riding
118. Horry County Museum
119. Beach Boogie & BBQ Festival
120. Myrtle Beach May Fest
121. Scuba diving
122. Myrtle Beach Mall
123. Eat at the Key West Grille
124. Watch the sunset on the beach
125. Watch fireworks on the beach
126. Margiritaville
127. Plantation tours
128. Landshark Bar & Grill
129.Ripleys Hunted Adventure
130.Watch the sunrise on the beach

131. Visit Garden City Beach
132. Jungle Lagoon mini golf
133. La Belle Amie Vineyard
134. Ingram Planetarium
135. Local art Museum / Galleries
136. The Long Bay symphony
137. Water skiing
138. Sounds of Summer concert series
139. Eat at Cheeseburger in Paradise
140. Go Karts
141. Summer Parrotthead Festival
142. Kayaking
143. Roller hockey
144. The Bowery Bar
145. Medieval Times
146. Buy a cheap beach chair, put it in the ocean waves and sit down. Let the ocean wash around you and relax.
147. Visit cherry Grove Beach
148. Eat at the Nacho Hippo
149. Watch a Myrtle Beach Pelicans game
150. Eat at Abuelo's Mexican Food Embassy

151. Ocean front zipline
152. NASCAR racing experence
153. Go sailing
154. Free fall jump off a 60 ft platform
155. Eat at The Original Benjamins Calabash Seafood
156. Play minigolf at Mount Atlanticus Minotaur
157. Take a day tour to Charlestion SC
158. Have a beach license plate made for your car
159. Hire a local photographer to follow you around for a few hours and snap photos
160. Boogie Boarding
161. Shop at Palmetto Moon @ Coastal Grand Mall
162. Ride the Skyscraper
163. Take a Catamaran Tour
164. Waccatee Zoo
165. Visit Cptn Dicks Marina
166. Water Walking Balls
167. Carolina Safari Jeep Tour
168. Hurricane simulator at Springmaid Pier
169. Sunset Sailing Charter
170.Take a ride on the Skywheel

For more ideas on what you can do while in Myrtle check out my Pinterest board! Lots of things to do, places to see, places to eat, and good shopping!

Have you ever been to Myrtle Beach SC? If so what are your favorite things to do there? Did I overlook something that should be added to the list, let me know.

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