Welcome to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This laid back ocean town has plenty of attractions for the entire family. The boardwalk is alive with lazy action and the Crazy Sister Marina is a great way to see the beautiful South Carolina landscape.

2nd Ave Pier is a Grand Strand landmark and Myrtle Beach original.  It’s a place where families create memories that last. Fishing, food & fun are just a few ways to enjoy one of South Carolina’s premier destinations.

The 2nd Avenue Pier menu features a fantastic breakfast, fresh salads, savory sandwiches, fabulous seafood and delicious steaks. Large bay windows give diners the million-dollar view they deserve. After your meal, enjoy a view of the Atlantic Ocean and Myrtle Beach from one of the SkyWheel’s gondolas. The nightly light show has more than one million LED lights with an endless combination of colors, and is a trip everyone should make.

Second Avenue Pier has the honor & distinction of being the Southern anchor to Myrtle Beach’s famous boardwalk. This Southern Promenade features peaceful views of the ocean & beautiful landscaping. You’re just steps away from attractions, dining & more! Second Avenue Pier has the honor & distinction of being the southern anchor to Myrtle Beach’s famous boardwalk. This southern promenade features peaceful views of the ocean & beautiful landscaping. with just steps away from attractions, shops and dining.

No visit to the Myrtle Beach area would be complete without a visit to the Crazy Sister Marina. Try out the Crazy Sister Sunset Cruise and enjoy the sunset vista sunset aboard a 54-foot pontoon as it cruises along the majestic waters of Murrells Inlet. Enjoy scenery and sunset of South Carolina for one of their 75 minute cruise adventures. After that, head to the Wicked Tuna, located directly on Murrels Inlet’s Marsh Walk. They offer guests a unique experience with carefully sliced fresh sashimi  and asrtful sushi rolls. Don’t worry about bringing chop sticks. They have plenty on hand.

We had our desert at Peaches Corner. It’s been a Myrtle Beach landmark for almost a century. Located on the corner of Ocean Boulevard and 9th Avenue, across from the site of the old Pavillion. The great food and casual, frendly atmosphere at Peaches have remained the same. If you haven’t been here, it’s about time you made Peaches your own Myrtle Beach tradition!

Next stop on the menu tour was the Tupelo Honey Cafe. With their southern cuisine that’s good for the soul, they offer fresh and creative southern recipes and spirits. It’s flavorful comfort food that will make everyone smile. The rest of the world needs to understand that grits are what’s for dinner.

Take your people to Myrtle Beach next time you need to get away from it all. The southern charm and distinctively unique atmosphere makes it a fun destination for everyone.