Go to experience South Carolina’s popular beach fronts, golf courses, and amusement parks but stick around for the natural beauty and budget-friendly excursions.
A hot spot for spring breakers, families, shopaholics, and those looking for a classic all-American vacation, Myrtle Beach offers an East Coast experience full of entertaining attractions along with coastal gems beyond the beach.
Pack your beach essentials but leave room in your Myrtle Beach car rental alternative for fun outdoor toys or shopping bags.
A destination for all ages, Broadway at the Beach brings together everything you could ask for while on vacation. Hit up the amusement and water parks, wine and dine all night long, or attend live music or theater shows
Take a break from the heat of the sun and head to Tanger Outlets. A quick 10-minute drive from downtown Myrtle Beach, more than 200 shops with premium discounts and coupons await shoppers looking to snag the best deals
Nestled along the Grand Strand coastline, plan at least one day to lounge around at Myrtle Beach State Park, a quieter escape from the beachfront crowds. Explore the nature trails and walk or fish along the pier.
It’s hard to leave the sparkly resort areas and golden stretches of sand in Myrtle Beach, but venture away and you’ll discover even more untouched national parks and panoramic ocean views.
Home to sea turtles, alligators, and native birds, take your Myrtle Beach car rental alternative south to Huntington Beach State Park and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the three-mile stretch of beach.
Add a piece of history to your beach road trip with a visit to Hopsewee Plantation. Dating back 40 years, the rice plantation house is surrounded by immaculate and gorgeous grounds.
Kick things up a notch and head to Folly Beach, a couple of hours away from Myrtle Beach and a haven for water sports and surfing, whether you’re a beginner or an expert.
Experience the jaw-dropping scenery around Myrtle Beach and drive along the Coastal Highway, which stretches more than 1,200 miles from Florida to Virginia and connects many small towns.
Hop in your Myrtle Beach rental car alternative and head north over the state line to Sunset Beach for a laid-back beach day without the high-rise hotel backdrop, or artsy Wilmington in North Carolina.
Hit up as many gems as you can south of Myrtle Beach, from the mellow vibe on Pawleys Island to the impressive Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet, and all the historic charm in Georgetown.