60 miles of warm, soft, sandy beachfront
Knowing that you’ve heard of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina somewhere in the recesses of your mind, the question you want to ask yourself is, “Do I want to go visit?”
The answer is, yes. Heck yes, you do! Why? To play, foremost, in one of the world’s longest sandboxes.
Myrtle Beach is the hub of the Grand Strand – a 60-mile string of wide, warm, soft sandy uninterrupted beachfront stretching down the eastern seaboard from the North Carolina border south to the plantations that made the area the rice-producing capital of America in the colonial days.