Market Common-Located on Farrow Parkway on the South end of Myrtle Beach, this is truly the Myrtle Beach mecca for urban chic lifestyle shopping. Built to resemble an urban Charleston type village, it features big names such as CityMac, Bath & Body Works, and Victoria’s Secret, but also features lesser known hipster and upscale boutiques. Market Common also offers a unique array of dining options with names such as Tupelo Honey Café, Toffinos Italian Deli, Gordon Biersch Brewery and Grille, and more! Very walkable with weekly events in the summer and an onsite high end movie theater.
Broadway at the Beach- Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, enjoy over 350 acres of dining, shopping, the best nightlife at the beach, and amusements! This is a Myrtle Beach staple that has been around for years but has constantly changed throughout.
Barefoot Landing- The original shopping staple at the beach! Located in North Myrtle Beach, this red metal roof shopping experience features wooden decks throughout to enjoy the scenery and massive lake with natural area and floating bridge! Keep your eyes out for jumping fish and crawling alligators. Enjoy experiences such as the Alabama Theatre, Alligator Adventure, and the House of Blues while dining at the highest Trip Advisor ranked restaurant named Flying Fish among others!
Tanger Outlet Centers- Featuring two locations, one on 17 Bypass and one on Highway 501, this national chain features leading brands from all over! For a more outdoor experience venture over to 501, and for those rainy days 17 Bypass can take the front seat. Both locations feature either onsite or nearby dining options to please the shoppers palate.
Myrtle Beach Mall- This once desolate location has turned into a true anchor of shopping over the years! Recently under new ownership, this mall located on the north end of Myrtle Beach at the intersection of 17 Bypass and Highway 22 features a massive Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World to keep the young and old alike in awe. Keep an eye out in 2015 for a complete facelift and the addition of new stores by the dozen!
Stationary-Waccamaw River, shore fishing on the Atlantic, 2nd Avenue Pier, Garden City Pier, Apache Pier, Springmaid Resort Pier, Cherry Grove Beach Pier.
The area also offers a variety of deep sea fishing with the following charter companies