North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is known for its’ “Grand Strand” of beaches, golf courses, and restaurants. Myrtle Beach is also known as the home of Vanna White, the Wheel of Fortune hostess! While in North Myrtle Beach, you can also visit Charleston, South Carolina and Durham and Charlotte in North Carolina.
Take your family to the OD Pavilion, which is an amusement park right by the ocean. Ride the Gravitron, eat funnel cakes, and try your luck at some carnival games. Go parasailing with Aloha Watersports or go on a banana boat ride with New Wave Watersports. If you want a more relaxing activity, go for a wine tasting at the Duplin Winery. For authentic seafood, try SeaBlue Restaurant & Wine Bar or the Flying Fish Public Market & Grill. You should also check out Flynn’s Irish Tavern, which used to be a jail! North Myrtle Beach also has a lot of entertainment venues, such as the House of Blues, Carolina Opry, and the Alabama Theatre.
Charleston, South Carolina is a little under a two and half-hour drive away from North Myrtle Beach. In Charleston you can relax on Folly Beach or in the Isle of Palms County Park. Explore Drayton Hall, which is one of the oldest plantations in the South. Take a walk through the bustling Charleston City Market or take a ferry to the Fort Sumter National Monument to learn more about the Civil War. Another great day trip is to Charlotte, North Carolina, which is about three and half hours away. See a race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, go on the thrill rides at Carowinds, or take the kids to Discover Place, which is a science museum. You can also go to Durham, North Carolina, which is a three-hour drive from North Myrtle Beach. Eat and shop your way through the Brightleaf District, visit the Duke Basketball Museum & Sports Hall of Fame, or see a comedy show at the Carolina Theatre.
In North Myrtle Beach you can choose from a variety of vacation rentals. Rent a beach cottage with your own boat dock and hot tub. Rent an oceanfront villa or a studio apartment with a private balcony. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your North Myrtle Beach vacation rental today!
For public transportation in North Myrtle Beach, you can take the Coast Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) bus. Coast RTA services Eastern Southern Carolina, which makes it easy to go from North Myrtle Beach to surrounding towns and areas. There also a ton of taxi companies to choose from, such as City Cab of Myrtle Beach, Rock Star Taxi Cab, and Capital Cab.
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