The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
If you’re looking for a nice place to take a stroll without getting sand between your toes, visit the 1.2 mile Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. It stretches from the winding park at the 2nd Avenue Pier, works its way up to the area where the Pavilion used to be, then ends at 14th Avenue’s Plyler Park. You will see lots of great restaurants and businesses along the way.
Myrtle Beach needed this type of laid back attraction way before May of 2010 when the remarkable structure was built. It’s enjoyed by young and matures alike, whether you are taking pictures or just taking a walk to clear your head. There are many attractions around the Boardwalk as well, including the SkyWheel, the Pierhouse Restaurant, and a brand new miniature golf course and complex where the 1930’s built Chesterfield Inn used to be located.
In the quickly approaching spring and summer, the Boardwalk will be home to even more events. There will be a kid’s carnival on Monday nights complete with the huge inflatable bounce houses, face painters and much more. There are concerts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and the always beautiful fireworks show on Wednesday nights. A Dixieland band usually performs on Fridays, and on Sundays there will be even more attractions for your enjoyment like human statues, a fire show, and acrobatics.
Even though the Boardwalk took almost nine months to build and cost Myrtle Beach a whopping $6.5 million, it has been time and money well spent on this long overdue place of leisure, fun, and excitement. It definitely is going to be your favorite mile to walk on the shoreline.
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