The Pawleys Island beautiful, uncrowded beach is perfect for relaxing in the sun, enjoying a picnic lunch, or taking a walk along the surf. Beach-lovers will fall in love with Pawleys Island/Litchfield beach and all of the activities it offers. Pawleys Island is renowned for its surf. Go jet skiing or surfing, or enjoy a variety of other water sports, try tubing along the inlet, boating, fishing, shelling, crabbing, or shrimping. The carefree, laid back, atmosphere is all part of the charm of Pawley's Island.
Pawley's Island Beach about 5 minute drive Litchfield Beach about 10 minute drive
Huntington Beach State Park is a 15 minute drive Garden City Beach 20 minute drive
Surfside Beach 20 minute drive Myrtle Beach State Park 30 minute drive
In the Grand Strand area, golf is a major activity with many golf courses within a few miles of our community. True Blue is part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail.
True Blue Plantation is one of "America's top 100 Public golf courses" and one of the top 10 course in Myrtle Beach as rated by Golf Digest. Offering the club house, pro-shop ,The Steve Dresser Golf Academy & the 18 acre practice facility, this spectacular 290 acre resort is a favorite for golfers.
A few other local courses:
Heritage Pawley's Plantation Willbrook Plantation Litchfield Country Club
Tradition Founders Club River Club Caledonia.
With over 100 golf courses you can enjoy some of the world's most challenging golf courses, along the South Carolina Grand
Book your golf at 1-888-293-7385 or on-line at http://search.guestdesk.com/reservations/waccamawgolftrail/golf
Take a lesson with the pros. Steve Dresser Golf Academy is located on site at True Blue, it is the longest running golf school on the Grand Strand. Offering group or private lessons, there is a program to fit your needs.
This is the country's first public sculpture garden. You will find the Low country Zoo where you can see native animals in their natural habitats. There is also the only known aviary built over an existing cypress swamp. Offering a selection of tours, exhibits, programs and concerts for all ages. You can stroll the gardens on your own or take a guided tour. One of the Grand Strand area's best attractions for the whole family, Brookgreen Gardens combines art, history and zoo. Boat rides become history lessons and a tour of the butterfly house is lesson on conservation. A visit to Brookgreen Gardens is a must for tourist and locals.
Shopping, dining, attractions, amusements, entertainment, nightlife and much more.
New in 2016
When it opened in 1995, Broadway at the Beach brought a new kind of shopping, dining and entertainment experience to the Carolina coast. Modeled after some of the nation's best entertainment districts at that time, it rapidly became a popular gathering place for locals, and soon was attracting 14 million tourists a year. Today, it's the number one tourist destination in all of South Carolina.
After 20 years, Broadway is getting a facelift. Just this week they pulled back the curtain to reveal the first step of a planned multiyear transformation of Broadway. First up: our entertainment and nightlife section which is currently known as Celebrity Square.
The newly-designed entertainment area will have a mix of great national brands, up-and-coming concepts, and favorites that appeal to the whole family. Everything, including our common areas, will reflect a new overall theme.
Here are some of the exciting things coming up:
Dave & Buster's is coming to Broadway at the Beach. Known as the only place where you can eat, drink, play, and watch sports, Dave & Buster’s is all about entertaining the guest, delivering the latest and greatest games, ultimate sports viewing, and extraordinary food and drinks.
Hard Rock Café Myrtle Beach is moving to an interior, corner location that will be the new entryway to our redesigned entertainment and nightlife area. In its new location, Hard Rock will be able to seat 528 guests, feature private event space, patio seating, and a live music stage. Music memorabilia from new and legendary artists will still be on display and the Rock Shop will be loaded with souvenir goodies.
The operators of Wicked Tuna in Murrells Inlet, S.C., and Enso Asian Bar & Sushi in Charlotte, N.C., are opening a new culinary and craft beer experience — American Tap House. This will be a chef-driven American gastropub dedicated to the art of fine food and beer. Look for it to have 40 regional and local American craft beers on tap, as well as unique craft food inspired by American comfort food with a southern twist.
Celebrations Nitelife is introducing a new nightlife experience unlike any other in the area. OZ is set to open this spring, and each night, it will have a different themed look, feel and design. You'll see it transform right before your eyes. One time you'll be looking at the lights of Paris and the next, the rings of Saturn. Expect it to be a true out-of-this-world experience.
But what about some other favorites? Broadway Louie's, also part of Celebrations Nitelife, recently moved to a new corner location near the comedy club. Stop by to enjoy its new full-food menu and outside patio bar. The award-winning Broadway Jake's All Star Karaoke is still going strong each night.
As for Malibu's Surf Bar, Crocodile Rocks, Original Shucker's Raw Bar and Carolina Comedy Club — you'll still be able to find them where they've always been!
Changes are just beginning for Broadway. So stop by and check them out!
Charleston is about an hour and a quarter drive from Pawleys Island and makes a great day trip. There are historic walking tours, horse & carriage rides, Tour of Fort Sumpter, ghost tours and boat tours. Downtown Charleston is the center of this historic city, offering art galleries, museums, and historic sites. If you like to shop there are plenty of shops and boutiques not to mention the Charleston Market. After a day of taking in the sights, have at one of the many restaurants, there are plenty to choose from fine dining to a casual spot for a quick bite.
Featuring the beach and jetty, hiking, and nature trails and boardwalks, the gift shop, Atalaya and more
The Wacamaw Neck Bikeway is a flat paved path that runs alongside US 17 from Murrells Inlet to Sandy Island Road near Huntington Beach State Park. You can enjoy a ride or a walk from Pawley's Island to Murrells Inlet by using sections of the completed trail and roads with Share the Road signs.There are 6 miles of continuous trail and two sections of approximately 4 miles that is used by cyclists and walkers to exercise and enjoy the outdoors.
Each season features a new lineup of tributes to today and yesterdays greatest musical legends, all backed by a live band and dancers
The Palace Theatre plays host to some of the greatest and most spectacular live entertainment shows, and musicals from around the world.
If you are looking for the best live entertainment attractions in Myrtle Beach, look no further than The Calvin Gilmore Theater.
Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show, the most famous pirate to sail the seven seas, and his quartermaster Calico Jack as they lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews in an epic battle for lost treasure on land, on deck, in water and high above full-sized pirate ships in a 15 foot deep indoor hideaway lagoon
Country music stars ALABAMA had a desire to return to their musical roots in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Alabama wanted to bring their unique perspective to the rising entertainment industry on the Grand Strand and the Alabama Theatre was born.
Ripleys Aquarium is a fun activity for kids and adults.
Hollywood Wax Museum is the only wax museum in the country devoted entirely to celebrity figures. The Wax Museum brings tourist and locals into the world of Hollywoods stars. This is a fun place for a photo op with your favorite star.
The 3 pass includes admission to Hollywood Wax Museum, The Zombie Apocalypse Haunted Outbreak and Hannah’s Mirror Maze.
Shopping, dining and attractions including Alligator Adventure and T.I.G.E.R Preservation Station
Barefoot Landing is located in North Myrtle Beach
South Carolina's largest water park offers 20 acres of swerves, curves, waves and chutes and more than one million gallons of water. One price covers all rides and attractions for a full day of cool fun! Myrtle Waves Water Park is open mid-May to mid-September
Wild Water has mini golf, bumper boats, go karts, kiddie rides and the area best water park. Fun for the whole family all day long
Take a casino cruise-Play blackjack, roulette, poker, slot, craps and more. The Big M Casino Cruise includes a buffet dinner.
The Rice Museum, known locally as The Town Clock, is located in the Old Market Building and is a prominent symbol of Georgetown County.
Open Tuesday-Saturday, with hourly tours 10:00 am until 3:00 pm and beginning at 11:00 on Saturdays. Dining is available Tuesday-Saturday from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Family Attraction 1820 21st Avenue North Myrtle Beach (843) 839-4080
1860 21st Ave. North, in Myrtle Beach located across from Broadway at the Beach.
10:00 AM 7:00 PM DAILY OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK (weather permitting)
321 9TH AVE NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 843-839-9477
Barefoot Landing Marina North Myrtle Beach
Sightseeing, Sunset, and Dinner Cruises are offered throughout the week. Private Charters available.
413 Hospitality Lane, Myrtle Beach 843-903-4774
Monday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm *Extended hours during the summer
2204 N. Oak Street across from the Myrtle Beach Convention Center
SC-C.A.R.E.S. is a Wildlife Rescue & Rehab Center, Educational Animal Sanctuary, Environmental Center and a 501(c)3 non-profit public supported charity located in the Georgetown area of South Carolina
Begins corner of Front and Broad Street in Georgetown, South Carolina
Tour haunted Georgetown with storyteller Elizabeth Robertson Huntsinger, Author of Ghosts of Georgetownand More Ghosts of Georgetown
This is a Lantern led walking tour taking 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking 1 to 1 1/2 miles.
Cost $15 per adult *$8 ages 8 – 12 * Reservations ONLY
*NO WALKS WILL BE SCHEDULED WHEN THERE ARE NO RESERVATIONS * Ghosts tours depart Friday evenings at dusk with no less than five adults *Times will vary by season *Wheelchair friendly
Cash only Call 843-543-5777 for reservations
The South Carolina Maritime Museum opened its doors in 2011. It is located, appropriately, on the waterfront in the center of Georgetown’s historic business district.
The museum resides on the first floor of an old McCrory’s five and dime store building built in the 1920’s. The original brick walls, maple floors and high ceilings were restored during an extensive renovation of the 5,000 square foot space. A large deck overlooking the Sampit River was added to the back of the building.
Current exhibits include models of historic ships and boats that once plied South Carolina waters, a photographic exhibit called “HENRIETTA, the Largest wooden Sailing Ship Ever Built in South Carolina”, and a documentary film about coastal South Carolina’s shipbuilding and lumber industry during the nineteenth century. Nautical artifacts include a 22,000 lb. propeller salvaged from a ship that sank in 1905 off the coast of Cape Romain, S.C. The original fresnel lens from the Georgetown Lighthouse will soon be on display.
There is a Museum store stocked with local history and maritime related books, museum logo apparel such as T-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets and hats, and other nautical gifts for adults and children.
Museum programs and events include the SC Youth Sailing Summer Camp for 8-14 year olds, and the annual” Burning of the Socks”, a boater’s celebration of the the spring solstice. The Georgetown Wooden Boat Show, always held on the third Saturday in October, is the major fundraiser for the museum.
Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge offers a variety of outdoor recreational activities including hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, & environmental education.
Currently the Refuge covers nearly 27,000 acres. In 2008 they opened a new state-of-the-art Visitor & Environmental Education Center on Highway 701 north of Georgetown.
Doors: 1:00 PM
Carolina Guide Service offers fishing charters for anglers of all skill levels and we are dedicated to making your fishing adventure a memorable one. Capt. Jordan Pate will guide you thru the backwaters and saltwater estuaries in search of redfish, trout, flounder, tarpon, sharks, cobia and other inshore species. The saltwater estuaries south of Myrtle Beach are some of the most pristine on the East Coast which hosts an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty.
Carolina Guide Service offers custom fishing trips for light tackle and fly-fishing charters aboard a 21ft Sportsman Bay Boat and a 16ft Action Craft Flats Boat. The Flats Boat is best suited for 1-2 anglers and drafts less than 7 inches of water which is great for sight fishing in shallow water and fly fishing.
New to the fleet in 2015, the 21ft Sportsman Tournament is top of the line and can fish 4 anglers comfortably. This bay boat features all the latest electronics, trolling motor, power pole, and the 150hp Yamaha allows us to reach remote fishing grounds quickly and comfortably.