Myrtle Beach, SC

When you hit Myrtle Beach for the first time and see your beach vacation rental, you will be awed by the dynamic mixture of food, coastline, and shopping.  Myrtle Beach, with over 60 miles of beaches and vacation rentals, is home to the very essence of South Carolina hospitality and coastal charm.  From early mornings of watching dolphins plan in the surf and sunrise just beyond the breakpoint of the waves to late night of wonderful seafood, your vacation rental in Myrtle Beach will be a montage of flavors and sights to build memories upon.  Spending all day building castles in the sand or lounging around in your beach chair reading your “beach book” outside of your vacation rental may sound like paradise to you.  But, should you choose to go exploring, there is plenty more to do!

If you are ready for some outdoor sports, then your Myrtle Beach vacation rental offers you a central location to partake of the Grand Strand Fishing Rodeo in fresh or salt water and play the pro golf courses that line the inside of the city.  If beach music and a lively party are more your scene, a short trip from any vacation rental in Myrtle Beach will lead you to the Beach, Boogie, and BBQ festival.  With crafts fairs, flea markets, outlet stores, and boutiques abounding around every corner, you will need room in your vacation rental to store all of your shopping booty. Vacapedia Vacation Homes

Things to see close to your Myrtle Beach vacation rental:

  • Myrtle Beach Speedway:  For the race car sports fans at heart, the thrill of NASCAR awaits at the Myrtle Beach Speedway.  With the biggest names in NASCAR racing under the lights on Saturday nights, the combination of beach vacation and NASCAR draws thousands to Myrtle Beach.  With famed racing companies using the Myrtle Beach Speedway as a testing ground for new cars or new drivers, the excitement is always electric at the Myrtle Beach Speedway.
  • South Carolina Hall of Fame:  If history is your topic of choice, you can learn all about the great state of South Carolina at the South Carolina Hall of Fame.  From the early days of the civil war to the role of Andrew Jackson in South Carolina history, the colorful past of South Carolina from the mountains to the seaport of Charleston and every point in between is available at this official home of South Carolina history.
  • Huntington Beach State Park:  A true natural lover’s paradise, the Huntington Beach State Park is a treasure trove of wildlife and natural habitats indigenous to South Carolina.  With warm salt marshlands, natural trails, and the historic castle Atalaya, once the home of noted sculptor Anna Hyatt, the setting resonates with the beautiful tranquility of South Carolina.

Mrytle Beach Vacapedia vacation rentalsWith pride, Myrtle Beach gives visitors a taste of coastal living by supply fresh seafood caught by local fishermen living around their beach vacation rentals.  The very best seasonal events combined with treasurers of things to discover make Myrtle Beach rentals the right place for fun and play.

“Find a Myrtle Beach vacation rental for your next holiday.”

2 Responses to “Myrtle Beach, SC”

  1. 1 coollikeme September 12, 2007 at 11:02 pm

    Seems like a cool place.

  2. 2 Chiropractor Myrtle Beach July 14, 2010 at 8:43 am

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    Thank you,
    Chiropractor Myrtle Beach

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