Make It A Cycling Day
Make It A Cycling Day
It's a great day for a bicycle ride nearly every season in the Myrtle Beach area! Along with terrific exercise benefits to cardiovascular and circulation, bicycling is also a great way to see the beauty of the wonderfully diverse tropical landscapes in our area. Reconnect to your childhood with carefree times on your bicycle at The Beach! Local bike trails are easily found up and down our 60-mile coastline. Ride at given glorious intervals from the North Myrtle Beach area all the way south to Pawleys Island!
Here is a list of some of the fun, safe places to go biking with the entire family:
1400 Outrigger Rd.
¼-mile paved bike path
93 Oak Dr.
N. Myrtle Beach
½-mile paved bike path
Huntington Beach State Park
16148 Ocean Hwy 17
Bike through 2,500 acres of maritime forest and lagoons, historic Atalaya castle
and bird sanctuary
Grand Park at The Market Common
2-mile paved bike path
Paved bike path along the Waccamaw River, marina, and park
Pawleys Island Nature Park
3.5 miles along the marsh and Myrtle Ave.
Waccamaw Neck Bikeway
4-mile paved bike path for bikers from Hwy 17 in Murrells Inlet to Sandy Island near Huntington Beach State Park
Myrtle Beach area State Parks are also fabulous places to ride your bike and discover nature at its best. Myrtle Beach State Park has terrific cycling paths along the ocean in its native South Carolina pristine woodland setting. Huntington Beach State Park, in Murrells Inlet, also has lovely bike paths in an oceanfront woodland atmosphere.
Along our 60-mile coast, in virtually every one of the townships that run from North Myrtle Beach to the Garden City Beach area, one can easily enjoy cycling along Ocean Drive, just adjacent to the beach. Riding a bike on Ocean Drive has been a long-time tradition in our area. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the ocean as you ride carefree!
Cycling enthusiasts can always find great deals on accommodations in the Myrtle Beach area and group discounts usually apply. Book your perfect place to stay, right near your favorite bike path, and enjoy all the Myrtle Beach coast has to offer!