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Myrtle Beach, SC

Updated: September 2nd, 2020

Below is a list of best places I would visit on a trip to this location. My picks fit my personality and interest. Everyone has a different interest so you may not like everything I listed which is fine.  If you like a place, I recommend saving it to Google Maps for a future trip down the road. I made sure to include the address or GPS to make it easier to find.  You can find out more about me in the "About Me" section to see if we share common interests.

​​In the info below, the yellow cost number is just an estimated amount at the time I checked their website; over time, the amount could change.  With the cost of a hotel room, I'm pricing a queen bed for two people for a night on the weekend, and the amount shown is before taxes.  These figures are just a rough estimate of what places could cost, so if incorrect, I apologize.


- Johnny D's Waffles and Benedicts

3301 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


The red velvet waffle drizzled with cream cheese icing was named the best waffle in South Carolina by the Food Network.

- Dino's House of Pancakes

2120 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


Classic Pancake Diner


- Pelicans Baseball

1251 21st Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


Watch Pelicans Game during the summer, a Class A affiliate team of the Chicago Cubs. They won the Carolina League championship back in 2016. If you are 21 over, the best night to go would be Thirsty Thursday when the beer is at a bargain.

- Skywheel

1110 North Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


An observation wheel in the heart of Myrtle Beach with a fantastic view of the coastline of the Atlantic ocean makes for an opportunity to take great photos.

4 Revolutions that last about 12 minutes - Adult: $14.00

- Brookgreen Gardens

1931 Brookgreen Garden Dr, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576


Brookgreen Gardens is in the list of top ten gardens in the United States. Nights of a Thousand Candles is a must-see event during Christmas time in the Myrtle Beach area.

Daily General Admission for Adult: $18

- Hawaiian Rumble Golf

3210 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 2958


Myrtle Beach is known to be the mini-golf capital of the world; this 18-hole course with a 40-foot active volcano is the granddaddy of them all. Hawaiian Rumble has been rated #1 mini-golf course in the world by PGA of Mini Golf, Golf Magazine, and Travel Channel.

One Round of Mini Golf Day/Night: $9.30/$10.24

- Wheels of Yesteryear

413 Hospitality Ln, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579


A classic car museum, they usually display approximately 50 cars at one time and rotate new cars in every January to freshen up the museum.

Adult: $10.92


- River City Cafe

404 21st Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


One of the best hamburger places in the Myrtle Beach area. My burger would be the "Fried Mac & Cheese Burger," which is a burger with melted American cheese topped with a breaded cake of fried mac & cheese. Other notables - Peanut Butter Banana Burger and Cheetos Burger.

- Fenway Grille & Ice Cream

1417 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


One of the best hotdog places in the North Myrtle Beach area. I always order at least two dogs; my hotdog pick would be "Frito Pickle Dog," which is a beef frank, pickle spear, corn Fritos and chili. The other hotdog would be "Pig Pickin Dog," which is a bacon dog with sweet BBQ sauce, baked beans, and slaw. I would also order a side of chili cheese fries to go along with the hotdog.

- The Main Slice

209 Main St, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


Best pizza places in the North Myrtle Beach area. They were voted best pizza along the Grand Strand by the readers of the local paper. My pizza pick would be "Lasagna Pizza," which is marinara base topped with ground beef, ricotta, parmesan, basil, and oregano.

- Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show

8907 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572


Pirates Voyage is a show about two groups of pirates fighting on a ship that is harbored in a lagoon while you eat a four-course dinner. It is the show that makes it a "must visit" while vacationing in Myrtle Beach.

- Brisket

1501 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


A good solid BBQ place in the Grand Strand area. I want to bring along a couple of friends for the "Feed Bag" menu item, which is a wide assortment of food on a big tray.

Places to Stay

- Avista Resort

300 N Ocean Blvd, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


The location of the resort played a main role in picking Avista Resort over other hotels in the Grand Strand area. In my opinion, I feel more safe walking around North Myrtle Beach in the evening than Myrtle Beach. Also, the beaches are not as crowded when compared to Myrtle Beach too. A few places on my list are within walking distance of Avista Resort-like Main Line Pizza and Melt.

Average cost a night on a weekend in October: $98

- Ocean Lakes Family Campground

6001 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575


At 310 acres, it is the largest campground on the east coast and one of the largest in the United States. It located right at the beach, wake up in the morning, you step outside your camper, and you are only a few feet from the ocean. Ocean Lakes Family Campground Named 2017 “Mega Park of the Year” by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds, which they won this award six times.

Varies Based on Stay Experience, Check Their Website for More Info

21 and Up Fun

- Twelve 33 Distillery

593 SC-90 E, Little River, SC 29566


Twelve 33 Distillery produces different vodka, rum, whiskey, and gin, all ingredients sourced from local farms. The theme of the distillery is heavy on the prohibition era, which was an exciting time. They offer behind the scene tours of the distillery that ends with a tasting. Two interesting flavors I would try, Carolina Peach Vodka and the other being 3 Pepper Vodka so I can see how much heat carried from the Carolina Reaper to the vodka.

- New South Brewing

1109 Campbell St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


New South Brewing is the second-oldest brewery in South Carolina, and the brewery started back in 1998. The taproom is open every day except on Monday. My pick for top two beers to try, Drink A Peach (white ale with peach purée) and Dark Star Porter (winter seasonal black ale).

- Duplin Winery

4650 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


Duplin Winery is the oldest and largest winery in the South. Their second location is in Rose Hill, North Carolina. Many different varieties of wine, one of my favorites, is the Blackberry Wine (100% pure North Carolina blackberries). Most relaxing to listen to live music on the patio while enjoying a glass of wine after your initial wine tasting.


Out of Bounds

- The Swamp Park

5550 Watts Rd SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469


The Swamp Park has plenty of activities to choose from - zipline canopy course, guided ATV tours, swamp boat tours, and an ariel adventure park. The Cypress Canopy Tour, ten zip lines course, which makes it the longest tour on the east coast. When watching their video on the Swamp Park website, you can tell that this place is a unique experience.

36 miles from Myrtle Beach



 Again these are my picks that fit my personality and interest. If you feel that I left one-off that may interest me or other people, message me on Facebook about the location.  I value a person's opinion and never just discard the information.  Always looking forward to learning about new places to add to my Google Map. ~ Shawn

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