Take a trip downtown to Myrlte Beach's top attraction for tourists and residents alike. The Boardwalk has something for everyone in the family.
Meet new faces at the top eateries like LandShark Bar & Grill, The Bowery and more. Kids will love Mad Myrtle's Ice Creamery located on the Boulevard. The trip also takes you to adventures like the Nightmare Haunted House for the daredevils, the family-friendly arcade Fun Plaza, the Slingshot Thrill Ride and of Course the giant Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. Keep your eyes on the festive calendar too before traveling.
Your furry family is welcome too at the Boardwalk and Promenade. The 1.2-mile oceanfront stretch is open year-round to pets. The days between May 1st and Labor Day though they are allowed only from 5 – 10 AM. Owners are requested to keep them on leash of 7 feet or shorter.
What are the parking options near the Boardwalk?
Several streets around the Boardwalk have parking meters and offer parking lots within walking distance. There are several pay-to-park lots between Withers Drive and Withers Alley. The Boardwalk Parking is situated behind Mammy’s Kitchen.