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Apr 17, 2015 - Apr 18, 2015
The competition kicks off on April 17 with the "Anyth...more
Apr 18, 2015 - Apr 19, 2015
Apr 22, 2015 - Apr 25, 2015
The 10th annual MBIFF will take place April 22nd to the 25...more
Apr 25, 2015
Free Festival for all ages at the Swingbridge in Socastee....more
Apr 20, 2015 - Apr 25, 2015
Dragon boating is the fastest-growing international team w...more
Apr 17, 2015 - Apr 26, 2015
Each year at the end of April the coming of Spring is cele...more
May 2, 2015
A street festival in Downtown Conway featuring a classic c...more
May 2, 2015
Taste of the Coast is an annual celebration of the Grand S...more
May 9, 2015
Kickoff your summer in North Myrtle Beach during the month...more
May 16, 2015
The Military Appreciation Days Parade steps off at 10:30 a...more



Myrtle Beach Outdoor Adventures

The Myrtle Beach Area is an outdoor adventure seeker's paradise offering 60-miles of coastline, two state parks, numerous RV parks and campgrounds, bike paths, nature trails and endless attractions and activities. Whether your dream vacation is offshore big game fishing, catching your dinner from the surf, inlets or back bays, an up-close wildlife safari, nights under the stars, ocean, bay, inlet or river kayaking, or anything else outdoors, there is so much waiting for you in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Here are some great ideas to get you started:


If your heart pounds with every hook-up, fishing in the Myrtle Beach Area is for you. From offshore charter captains who specialize in hooking you into sharks, tuna and sailfish to name a few, to inshore, back bay and inlet charters that put you into the heat of the action a little closer to home, you'll find some of the best fishing on the coast. Head to the inland waters and fish the scenic Waccamaw River or if you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, surf fishing or a one day pass at many of the areas ocean piers offer plenty of excitement.

Thrilling Water Sports or Peaceful Water Excursions

Water, water, everywhere. Parasailing, jet skiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, banana boat rides, speedboat excursions, scuba diving, tubing, water skiing, surfing or lessons for beginners and more will get your heart racing. Or relax on a sailboat charter, riverboat tour of the IntraCoastal waterway, kayak the area back bays and marshes take in the sights and sounds of the coast on solid ground. Find these watersports activities and more in our online guide.


Also known as the campground capital of the world, with close to a dozen campgrounds and more the 7,000 campsites, you can plan your Myrtle Beach stay in an unspoiled natural setting nestled along acres and acres of sandy beach. Campgrounds in the area are famous for their amenities and activities such as surfing lessons, guided nature walks and tours and additional outdoor excursions. Here is a listing of area campground sites:

Two State Parks

Myrtle Beach State Park - You would never expect to find an oceanfront 312 acre state park in the heart of one of the east coasts major tourist destinations. Donated in 1934 by Myrtle Beach Farms, this state park offers nature tours, engaging programs and educational programs surrounding the natural resources of the park. Nature trails, equestrian trails, bike paths, an ocean fishing pier, and tent and RV camping in the oceanfront woods just 300 years from the beach are just the beginning.

Huntington Beach State Park - Pristine beaches, the finest bird-watching on the East Coast, the chance to see endangered plants and animals up close and endless options for outdoor activities make this 2,500 acre state park located at the southern end of the Myrtle Beach Area a great item to add to your itinerary. Get your lines wet with ocean jetty fishing, access the inlet, marshes and back bays via a boat ramp, get the blood running on a two mile or ¼ mile hiking trail, and stay the night camping.

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