I wouldn’t say Myrtle Beach SC would classify as a romantic destination . Last time I visited Myrtle Beach, I remember lots of people partying to all hours of the night. A romantic destination would be a quiet place where you could pay attention to one another. Someplace like Nags Head NC on the Outer Banks or even Charleston SC. Myrtle Beach is known as a destination for college students during Spring Break.
Myrtle Beach State Park is located 4 miles south of Myrtle Beach on US-17 Business, across from the airport. It is has about 312 acres of beachfront property. You can camp, picnic, fish, hike and more. There is a pier here too.
Myrtle Beach has lots of things to do for a great family vacation like amusement parks. There is Alligator Adventure which is an Alligator park featuring snakes, tortoises and of course alligators. The Pavilion has rides, games, a roller coaster and more. Myrtle Waves Water Park is a motion wave pool that also has tube slides and toddler rides. Nascar Speed Park is an amusement park with racetracks and mini golf. Ripley's Aquarium has lots of fish, turtles and Sharks. The town has lots of entertainment, shops, galleries, and golf courses.
Attractions at Myrtle Beach include but are not limited to: Broadway at the Beach, Dixie Stampede, Family Kingdom Amusement, Myrtle Waves Water Park, Outlet Mall, Pavilion Amusement, Ripley's Believe It or Not, Showe Theatre, Waccatee Zoo, Water Slides, Fantasy Harbor, Hard Rock Cafe, House of Blues, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, Myrtle Beach Nascar Cafe, Myrtle Beach Speedway and Nascar Speedway.
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