The Atlantic Ocean gets a lot of the kudos, and rightfully so. But there is another body of water here that is just as majestic and amazing. It's the Intracoastal Waterway, and there's no better way to enjoy it than a ride on the Barefoot Princess Riverboat.
UPDATE: And the Trip Tuesday Winner is...Michelle Coffman-Woodall! Congratulations! The secret pictured was the Cinzia Spa, one of the most relaxing spa treatment facilities along the 60 miles. Michelle has entered the contest via Facebook (you can enter via Facebook, Twitter or blog; refer here for the complete rules
Every Tuesday throughout the 60 More Days of Summer campaign, we'll be posting an image of a secret on this blog with a short hint. If you know the secret, leave a comment below telling us which secret is pictured and, if you guess right, you'll be entered to win a trip to visit the 60 miles of gorgeous coastline here in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The word hammock likely elicits memories of a lazy, sunny afternoon lounging under your favorite oak tree.
You can thank Joshua Ward, or "Cap'n Josh," for that.
If you're looking for a nice, relaxing bike ride, the 26-mile Waccmaw Neck Bikeway might be just the ticket.
The Conway Riverfront is a favorite spot for locals craving waterfront views (other than the ocean). And there's a reason the area is so beloved.
There are definitely advantages to having the longest pier on the East Coast. The biggest advantage, of course, is the great fishing opportunities it presents.
The greatest view of the Myrtle Beach area is from one of gondolas of the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel.