North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach

Originally known as the Village of the Barefoot Traders which was a collection of 15 unusual gift shops that was located on 3½ acres along a natural marsh and in 1988 was rebuilt and opened as Barefoot Landing. The complex, a popular tourist attraction, has over 300 stores and restaurants, on all sides of a small lake.

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Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is the second-fastest-growing metropolitan area in the country and home to world famous attractions including Pirates Voyage (a Dolly Parton Co.), beach-front mini-golf, water parks, roller coasters, aquariums, and the list goes on and on.

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Little River

Little River

Host to an annual Blue Crab Festival each May, Little River is the oldest and one of the most unique towns along the greater Grand Strand. During the 21 years that South Carolina had legalized video poker, Little River's location near the North Carolina state line made the community a major center for the activity.

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Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach has pristine, beautiful beaches that are cleaned daily and supervised by lifeguards and police. Surfside Beach access points offer showers, restrooms and foot showers, as well as handicap-accessible ramps. There are 36 access points perfect for boating, swimming, fishing and surfing.

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Murrell's Inlet

Murrell's Inlet

Quaint, little town full of history, beauty & colorful characters. Tucked away just 10 miles south of the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet is a nature lover’s paradise. You won’t find flashing neon signs or roller coasters.

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Conway

Conway

Historic homes and churches, a revitalized business district, tree-lined streets, and the wondrous Waccamaw River are what make Conway a charming town. Conway has much to offer visitors including walking tours, riverboat cruises, antique shops, restaurants and cafes, the Horry County Museum, and man interesting historic landmarks.

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