The total driving distance from Wilmington, North Carolina to North Myrtle Beach, SC is 57 miles or 92 kilometers. Your journey begins in Wilmington, a city located in the southeastern part of the state. From there, you'll travel south to reach North Myrtle Beach, a popular beach destination in South Carolina. The direct drive from Wilmington to North Myrtle Beach is 92 km and should take approximately 1 hour and 9 minutes in normal traffic.If you're looking for a meeting place or a good stopover halfway between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington, you can go to Cool Run, North Carolina.
It's located nearly an hour northeast of Myrtle Beach or nearly an hour southwest of Wilmington. About one-third of the way, you can stop at Stephens Crossroads, South Carolina. It's approximately half an hour northeast of Myrtle Beach. About two-thirds of the way, you can stop in Supply, North Carolina.
It's nearly an hour northeast of Myrtle Beach, or about a half hour southwest of Wilmington. About three-quarters of the way, you can make a stop in Bolivia, North Carolina. It's about 1 hour northeast of Myrtle Beach, or about a half hour southwest of Wilmington.If you're planning a road trip to North Myrtle Beach and want to stop along the way to explore, the closest city to the midpoint is Shallotte, North Carolina. It's located 34 miles from Wilmington and 38 miles from Myrtle Beach.
To calculate the total driving time from Wilmington to North Myrtle Beach, you can use Google Maps or another online mapping tool.If you have access to a private jet and can fly in a straight line as fast as possible between Wilmington and North Myrtle Beach, the exact coordinates of the midpoint are 33.964653 and -78.415886, or 33º 57' 52.7508 N, 78º 24' 57.1896 W.