"Experience a day of wonder in Myrtle Beach State Park, an oasis of nature amid a sea of human development. Located on the south end of Myrtle Beach, the state park is a stark contrast to the high-rise hotels that are just a short walk away. Featuring old-growth maritime forests with hiking trails that lead to the high sand dunes of the beach, this 312-acre oceanfront park was developed by the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) in the 1930s."
"National & State Parks4401 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575MoreLess Info. Myrtle Beach State Park offers a fishing pier for anglers who want to catch blues, drums, flounder, king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, trout, and whiting. The park also has a swimming beach, playgrounds, and picnic shelters."
"What’s more fun than getting out in nature and learning all about local wildlife and ecosystem in Myrtle Beach. We have two beautiful State Parks, Myrtle Beach State Park, and Huntington Beach State Park."
"Savannah’s Playground is the ultimate kiddie destination in Myrtle Beach. Nestled at the Market Common, this multi-acre children’s playground features ADA-certified equipment designed specially for the little ones. The park gives your children the opportunity to play as well as interact socially with others through its playground equipment."
"Nature & Wildlife AreasNorth Myrtle Beach, SC 29588MoreLess Info. North Myrtle Beach is home to the T.I.G.E.R.S Preservation Station, a unique zoological institution that allows visitors to hold and take photographs with exotic animals. Its most popular denizens are tiger cubs and orangutans."
"Among the top North Myrtle Beach attractions is Alligator Adventure. Explore what has been dubbed the Reptile Capital of the World, as it is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world. Aside from alligators, guests see a variety of lizard species, cranes, snakes, sea turtles, monkeys, kangaroos and warthogs."
"Come face-to-face with some of the world’s most vicious and beautiful animals when you visit Alligator Adventure in North Myrtle Beach. A truly eye-opening attraction, you’ll greet gators, crocs, lemurs, exotic birds and much more when you take a trip to this exotic facility."
"Heritage Shores Nature Preserve may be the best place in Myrtle Beach to truly get away from it all and connect with nature. The island-based Preserve has seven acres of walking paths with interpretive signage describing the plants, animals, fish, and birds in the area. Heritage Shores Nature Preserve can be accessed via Cherry Grove Park."
"Founded in 2007, Heritage Shores Nature Preserve is located on an island that stretches into the lush Cherry Grove Marsh. Elevated boardwalks and observation docks allow sightseers to enjoy and view the preserve’s rich coastal habitat that includes many fish, birds, and plants."
"Named after a former councilman who worked to preserve the local marshlands, Russell Burgess Coastal Preserve is a great place to enjoy the native flora and fauna of South Carolina. In addition to hiking trails, you’ll find a marsh boardwalk and areas for crabbing!"
"Giant Crab on Restaurant Row in Myrtle Beach is easily recognizable, as their mascot, Tommy Crab, is perched on top of their entrance, welcoming guests to come enjoy an all-you-can eat 170 item buffet. In addition to a Steamed & Raw Seafood Bar, Giant Crab boasts a variety of Soups, Breads, a Carving & Pasta Station, a Deluxe Salad Bar, Hibachi Grill, a Hot Food Bar, a Kid’s Buffet, and tons of Scrumptious Desserts."
"Address: 9597 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach
Phone: (843) 449-1097. Located along Myrtle Beach’s coveted Restaurant Row, Giant Crab Seafood Restaurant lives up to its name, literally!. Along with the huge spread of seafood options, guests are greeted by Tommy, a giant crab who sits above the restaurant’s entrance."
"Known for having the “best buns on the beach,” Hamburger Joe’s features two locations, one in North Myrtle Beach and one in Surfside Beach, serving fantastic burgers, spicy wings, delicious fries and much more."
"The menu is filled with standout comfort food favorites, but the real star of the show is “The Five Five Challenge.” Your task: eat a burger stacked seven patties deep (55 ounces of meat!), with at least four toppings, a side of fries and a 24-ounce soda, all in 30 minutes or less. While many brave eaters have attempted the feat, only few have won. May the fork be with you."
Zaxby's Chicken Fingers & Buffalo Wings
3.8 (779 ratings)
Chain eatery serving up fried chicken fingers, wings, sandwiches & other American comfort eats.
"Warbird Park is an educational and free attraction located in the Market Common district of Myrtle Beach at the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Since its privatization in 1993, the base has become a beautiful park, displaying aircraft that was once an active part of operations, and each craft on display is presented with details about its history and significance. Among aircraft on display, tourists will find an A-10 Warthog Thunderbolt that supported ground troops during Operation Desert Storm, an F-100 jet fighter that saw action between the mid-1950s and early 1970s, and one of the base's A-7 Corsair tactical fighter jets."
"Warbird Park is a fascinating place in South Carolina that is a bit of a hidden gem. It is situated in the district known as Market Common on the grounds of what was once the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. With no admission fee, it is one of the city’s free things to do – and it’s also among the things to see that will entice aviation enthusiasts and history buffs alike."
"Located in The Market Common, the Seacoast Artists Guild & Gallery gives local artists the opportunity to both practice their craft and to sell their works. Workshops, lecture series and special sales make this place a must-see for artsy types."
"Right around the corner from Studio B is the Seacoast Artists Guild and Gallery. This gallery focuses more on local artists from around the Lowcountry, and like Studio B is highly regarded by residents and visitors alike."
"We can’t promise you’ll see any celebrities wondering the beach while you’re here, but we can promise you can hang out with plenty of them at the Hollywood Wax Museum!. This exciting attraction is fairly new to the Grand Strand but has quickly become a Myrtle Beach favorite. The hand-sculpted wax figures at this museum are so realistic that guests have reported: “ it was like they were going to speak to you!"