A trip to North Myrtle Beach isn’t complete without a few days spent at the beach. There are roughly 14 miles of public beaches in North Myrtle Beach to explore and unwind. So pack up your beach bag, grab a good book, and venture to one of these beaches in North Myrtle Beach.
Located at the northernmost point of North Myrtle Beach, Cherry Grove is a quiet, family-friendly beach known for its relaxing atmosphere. Cherry Grove Beach sits where the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean met, and it’s widely known as a great place to fish. The Cherry Grove Pier is a popular landmark built in the 1950s.
If you’re looking for a beach that is lively and active, North Myrtle Beach is the place to go. While there is plenty of white sand to enjoy, this stretch is also dotted with restaurants, bars, cabanas, and more. North Myrtle Beach is the hot spot for travelers and visitors wanting to be in the center of it all. Make a stop by the giant inflatable waterslide while at North Myrtle Beach.
Located a few miles south of North Myrtle Beach, Crescent Beach is convenient enough to visit but feels like a world away from the hustle of North Myrtle Beach. There hardly any shops or restaurants along this stretch of beach, which draws a smaller crowd than some of the more lively spots.
Windy Hill is located near the Barefoot Landing shopping center, but still provides a slightly more secluded atmosphere than North Myrtle Beach. There are few restaurants and bars along this stretch of beach, so come prepared. Windy Hill is similar in vibrancy and environment to Crescent Beach.
Watch the waves roll in and just enjoy this stretch of beach that is frequented by locals. This spot is quiet and a great place to unwind, search for seashells, or paddleboard. You may even see some surfers catching waves.
Ready for some beach time? Ocean Drive Beach & Golf Resort sits right along the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, offering beach access just steps from your room. Book a hotel at Ocean Drive Beach & Golf Resort and get ready to dig your toes into the sand and soak up some rays.