Things-To-Do In Myrtle Beach This New Year's Eve Southern Times Square at Market Common 9PM to 12AM | FREE All ages welcome at this Southern Times Square New Year’s Eve street party in the retail district of Market Commons. This family friendly-event will include inflatables and games for the kiddos, as…
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Wondering what's Halloween and happening in the Myrtle Beach area this week? There are plenty of places to go and things-to-do with the whole family in celebration of this SPOOK-tacular holiday! Our coastal communities will be hosting Halloween events that you won’t want to miss including costume contests, trunk-or-treating, and other haunted happenings.
It’s a common sight along our Grand Strand coast to see residents and vacationers blissfully cruising the avenues in golf carts. Locals to the Myrtle Beach area consider golf carts as the preferred method of transportation to accommodate our laid back, coastal way of life. With the salt air blowing in your face and the freedom to stop and mingle with neighbors on your way home from dinner, owning a golf cart offers convenience and extra opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. Whether you just moved within a golf course community or not, chances are you live in a community were a golf cart can replace the car for many of your day-to-day errands.
Celebrating our great country along the Grand Strand is a blast! And we really mean it as dozens of fireworks displays can be seen lighting up our sandy shores during July 4th evening. From sunrise through sunset, there are plenty of events and things to do happening around the Myrtle Beach area to make your Independence Day celebration one not to forget. From watching boat parades to fireworks shows, here’s a list of 4th of July celebrations for the whole family including festivals, contests, and more!
Among the many sought after private communities in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas, the Grande Dunes is one of the most prestigious. With a luxury, resort-style experience just moments from the beach, Grande Dunes offers homes for sale in addition to condos, townhomes, and even new construction.
While it’s been warm and sunny in Myrtle Beach for weeks, the 1st day of Summer is officially here! Though there’s never really a bad time to enjoy life at the beach, the beginning of summer is especially celebrated as the anticipation of long days spent soaking up the sun with toes in the sand is finally here.
Oceanfront homes line the beautiful sandy shores of the Grand Strand from North Myrtle Beach all the way down to Georgetown. Whether it be your dream home come true or a vacation home for investment purposes, the Myrtle Beach area offers oceanfront homes for all your needs. The Grand Strand has a diverse array of cities so we recommend working with an experienced Realtor to determine which area best suits you. Let’s get to know some of the areas of the Grand Strand that offer oceanfront living...
This year, America celebrates its 240th birthday and where better to celebrate our country's independence than on the beaches of the Grand Strand? If you’re looking for a boomin’ good time, check out our featured list of 4th of July events happening in and around the Myrtle Beach area this weekend. Celebrations for the whole family include fireworks, festivals, parades, contests, and more!
Plans for the much anticipated, Living Dunes, a new neighborhood in the Grande Dunes community of Myrtle Beach are underway! Initial planning and permitting phases are now complete and reservations as well as groundbreaking for the community are slated to begin within the next few months.
The Wachesaw East community in Murrells Inlet sits just down the road from the Waccamaw Community Hospital, perfect for those in the medical field or anyone that wants to stay close to a well-respected medical facility. Residents can also take a quick drive to Brookgreen Gardens, Huntington State Park with the Atalaya Castle, or one of the many other picturesque, award winning golf courses.