From Our Friends at the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce

Top 10 Reasons to Visit

1. The Beach - Soak up the sun on our 9 miles of wide beautiful beaches!
2. Accommodations - With over 12,500 accommodations options you can expect to find a wide range of choices.
3. Attractions - Exciting activities for the entire family - miniature golf parks, water sports, seaside amusement parks, theatres and of course the dance craze that was born in Ocean Drive, The Shag!
4. Dining - With over 1,000 dining options, choose from locally owned and operated establishments to your favorite national chains.
5. Golf - Play a round of championship golf on one of our 120 flawless fairways.
6. Fishing, Diving & Water sports - Enjoy inshore, offshore, surf, pier and artificial reef fishing. Also, enjoy boating excursions, private charters, casino and riverboat cruises.
7. Shopping - From souvenir, antique and boutique shopping; to regional shopping malls and outlet malls, we have it all.
8. Festivals & Events - We offer year-round arts, crafts and food festivals, concerts in the park and SOS events.
9. Weather - Nothing compliments our most famous commodity – our 9 miles of wide sandy beaches – like our beautiful weather.
10. Relaxation - We believe that it’s our pace of life that separates us from the crowd. Even with so much to do nearby, our relaxed, peaceful environment lets you truly unwind.



     North Myrtle Beach and Little River

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Real Estate North Myrtle Beach provides one of the most diverse selection of properties along the Grand Strand of South Carolina. North Myrtle Beach realty offers an extraordinary selection of Condos both Oceanfront Condos and city wide Condos. Luxury homes that will suit the taste of anyone from any background and profession.

Wonderful typical three bedroom, two bath homes with attached garages, to six or seven bedroom homes. Many of the wonderful communities here and Myrtle Beach reality offer Golf Course living that meets or beats the expectations of any beach front living, with the Ocean breeze being felt deep inland as well as the beauty of the Intracoastal Waterway experience.

Myrtle Beach realty has long been a stable of this economic powerhouse along the Atlantic Ocean Coast of South Carolina.  You can build your new home along the Oceanfront, as part of a Golf Course community, build with a dock along the Intracoastal Waterway, live in a gated community, a seniors community or many of the other family friendly communities available in this area an Myrtle Beach real.

Own your own Oceanfront Condo, whether you want to vacation here, make it a permanent home, a second home or even use it as a rental property unit your retire here to spend the best days of your life in complete freedom.

Little River

Little River South Carolina is the oldest -- and one of the most unique -- towns along the greater Grand Strand. Known for its fresh seafood, fishing charters, annual blue crab festival, and historic centuries-old live oak trees, it is one of the last communities on the Grand Strand where a slower pace of life still exists. Little River is about 20 miles to the north of the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach, so residents and visitors alike share more peaceful days in this quaint fishing village. Yet Little River is just a short drive to all the Grand Strand's famous attractions, signature golf courses, unique variety shows, shopping outlets and world-class entertainment.

Little River Real Estate offers a blend of brand new homes and traditional pre-owned ones. Here you can find that quiet spot just off the golf course to call home, or build off the marsh so that you can experience quiet unknown anywhere else.  Did you want to build your own home, create the dream home that you always wanted well Little River offers that opportunity to you right now. Homes and Condos, families and friends make this area one that you will soon call your "birth place" for once you move in, what ever took place before will be forgotten as you have now found your paradise.

North Myrtle Beach Becomes a City

On May 7, 1968, the SC Legislature passed legislation incorporating the four towns of Cherry Grove, Ocean Drive Beach, Crescent Beach and Windy Hill into one city – the City of North Myrtle Beach.

A large crowd, estimated to be around 100 people or more, attended a ceremony at City Hall today to celebrate the anniversary and share memories.

Mayor Marilyn Hatley reminded the crowd that the population of the city at the time of its founding was less than 1,900 people and the tourist season was the summer months and most businesses opened in May and closed after Labor Day. After Golf was firmly established, a shoulder season was created and businesses stayed open longer.

Hatley recalled that for many years, North Myrtle Beach was the spring break destination for thousands of college students. Smiling, she looked at the crowd and observed that many of those college kids moved into the area, married, raised their own children and was among those in attendance.

“In 1985, the big, hottest issue was whether the beaches should be open to driving. Dick Blackburn was the Co-Chairman leading the effort to keep the beaches available for citizens and visitors to drive their vehicles on the beach. The referendum was turned down by the voters and driving vehicles on the beach was prohibited,” Hatley remarked.

Doug Wendel, first North Myrtle Beach City Manager and retired CEO of Burroughs and Chapin, spoke of the early days of the city and the challenges of bringing together the four different communities and forging one.

“I flew in for an interview in a prop plane and there was no terminal. The first questions I was asked was ‘Mr. Wendel are you a Christian?’ I replied that I was and the follow-up question was what denomination? When I replied Catholic, that was followed with ‘Oh, that’s OK.’ And I guess it was because they hired me,” recalled Wendel.

Wendel recalled that there were only 50 city employees in those days and on Sundays, everyone, including himself, got out and gathered up the garbage that was piled up when visitors checked out. The top priority was infrastructure. Only a few main roads were paved, most homes were on septic systems, there was no storm water system and water pressure almost nonexistent.

Wendel said, “The saddest day in my life was when Dick Biondi, a famous Chicago broadcaster was fired and came to work at WNMB-FM. He called me the ‘big cheese in city hall’ and was always after me about something.”

Our Beaches

In North Myrtle Beach enjoy our fantastic stretch of pristine beach front. We have six miles of wide sandy beaches for you to enjoy. Whether you choose Cherry Grove, Ocean Drive, Crescent Beach or Windy Hill, our beaches are sure to please.

As well suited for relaxing as they are for playing, the beaches in North Myrtle Beach accommodate everyone. Kids love to build sand castles and play in the surf, while adults like to stretch out beneath the sun and soak up the sun.

Many activities are offered on our beaches such as parasailing, banana boat rides, kayaking and horseback riding. Enjoy other activities such as surfing, sailing and fishing

Don't forget to take a ride on the World's Largest Inflatable Water slide, The Hippo! The three-story slide is on the beach between 1st and 2ndAvenues South in North Myrtle Beach. The waterside is affordable for beach goers at only $3 per ride or riders can purchase an all-day wristband for $20. Tickets and wristbands will be available for purchase at Ocean Park, which is located at 2nd Avenue South street end.