Disability Resources in the Myrtle Beach Area

Myrtle Beach, The Beach, is a place where you can belong, a place to relax, and a place to be your true self with the people you love most. We know that traveling with disabilities can be challenging, and we, along with the City of Myrtle Beach, strive to equip you with the resources you need to enjoy the beach vacation of your dreams at The Beach. 

 

Accessible Beach Access Points & Beach Wheelchairs

There are several accessible beach access points with ramps and mesh walkways throughout the Grand Strand.

Our website provides a plentiful list of accommodations sorted to find accessible space for you through the advanced amenity search feature.

Many of our exciting attractions can accommodate visitors with ADA, vision, and hearing disabilities.

The Myrtle Beach International Airport now offers nine airlines with hundreds of nonstop destinations - book today!

Did you know that Surfside Beach was the first sensory-friendly certified destination in the country? Check out how the Myrtle Beach area supports autism families.

If you are a family with limitations due to autism, there are some things you can do to make the trip go smoothly before you even arrive.

Children of all ages and abilities are invited to play on Savannah’s Playground located in The Market Common.


For Locals

Horry County and Georgetown County offer residential and vocational services for adults and children living with disabilities. The Horry County Disabilities and Special Needs Board and the Georgetown County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs provide assistance, activities, independent living spaces and intervention programs. Please visit our website for more information. 

From couples to families to anyone just looking to dig their toes into some sand, the Grand Strand community welcomes everyone to find their place in the most wonderful place there is, The Beach.