Tag - Vereen Historical Memorial Gardens

This past week, temperatures cooled some, making it perfect weather for a long walk. While a stroll on the beach will always top our list of favorite vacation activities, there are so many other wonderful places along the Grand Strand to explore on foot. We have put together a list of some of our favorite outdoor walking trails below: The Market Common Just a few blocks from the beach, The Market Common is a wealth of recreation, including walking, biking and fitness trails, as well as playgrounds. A fitness trail with workout equipment is…

It’s safe to say that our pets benefited greatly from all the humans working from home this past year. As much as we need a vacation, our pets probably do too! Myrtle Beach offers many pet-friendly accommodations, along with pet parks and stores, restaurants, and more. We’ve gathered some resources for you as you plan your next beach vacation in Myrtle Beach with your pet! Accommodations From hotels to beach houses, there are a multitude of options for every visitor and their pet, such as the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront…

The Myrtle Beach area, commonly called the Grand Strand by locals, is comprised of 60 miles of coastline and a number of quaint neighborhoods and communities that each offer something unique to the larger seaside destination. On the northern end of our coast is Little River, South Carolina, the oldest town along the greater Grand Strand. Little River is a picturesque fishing village about 20 miles north of busier Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and both residents and visitors seem to love its slower pace and peaceful setting. The town is…

Budget-Friendly Fun

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 9:00 AM by Visit Myrtle Beach

One of the many great things about the Myrtle Beach area is that it offers plenty of fun things to do at low or no cost! First and foremost, our 60-mile-long beach is free for all to enjoy! Beyond the beach, there are museums, state parks, and more than 55 mini golf courses which can be enjoyed for a minimal cost. Myrtle Beach Art Museum This art museum adopted a Free Admission Policy in 2003, and it’s one of the few museums in the world with an ocean view. Play a game of “I Spy” with your kids to encourage curiosity while touring the…

As a year round resident of the Grand Strand, I like to keep a running list of all the fun, free things to do throughout the busy summer season. While we love to take advantage of the many wonderful family-friendly attractions the Myrtle Beach area has to offer, it would get pricey if we were doing something with an admission fee every single day. One of my favorite free places to visit any time of year is Vereen Historical Memorial Gardens. Beyond being absolutely free to enter and explore, Vereen Historical Memorial Gardens is a must do for…