Myrtle Beach – Something for Everyone


Mark K. - Travel Stories and RCI NewsOver the years, Myrtle Beach has always been one of my most favorite places to visit. While it seems like the area changes almost every time I am there, there is always something for any person of any age to enjoy. Whether you want to sit on any of the 60 miles of wide sandy beaches, play on one of the over 100 golf courses including some designed by famous golfers (Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Greg Norman), or enjoy a great meal at one of the 1000+ restaurants, Myrtle Beach has it all.

 

Not being the avid golfer, I tend to lean towards the beach and restaurants when I’m on vacation with my family. One of my favorite places to go is Broadway at the Beach. Built around a lake, this shopping center has almost 20 restaurants, over 100 specialty shops, nightclubs, and theaters. One of my wife’s favorite places is Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. For the kids, there is a Ripley’s Aquarium and the WonderWorks attraction, which is in a building that appears to be upside down!

 

Another place for shopping, restaurants, and entertainment is Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach. Barefoot Landing is home to the House of Blues, a mirror maze, the Barefoot Princess – for sightseeing and dinner cruises that leave directly from the Barefoot Landing marina, and much, much more.

 

Even though Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing are two of the best places for shopping and dining, the one place in my opinion that is a must-see is the main strip (Ocean Boulevard) and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade, which is over a mile long. A recent addition to the boardwalk is the SkyWheel, a gigantic wheel that is 18 stories high with glass-enclosed gondolas that can hold up to six people each. On the boardwalk, there is also a full service Jimmy Buffet's Landshark Bar and Grill on an observation deck overlooking the ocean.

 

Great food and relaxation with family can never be beat, and Myrtle Beach is a place that can provide all that and more. Come back to the RCI Blog this week to read stories and see photos from RCI subscribing members who have visited Myrtle Beach.

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