Myrtle Beach is a popular destination for beachgoers and adventurers alike. With so many activities and attractions, it's no wonder that people flock to this coastal city. But how do you get around? Whether you're looking for a thrilling ride or a leisurely stroll, there are plenty of ways to explore Myrtle Beach. The most convenient way to get around is by car.
If you're staying in beachfront hotels, you can easily get by on foot. But if you're looking to travel longer distances, a car is your best bet. There are also plenty of rental car options available if you don't have your own vehicle. If you're looking for a more unique way to explore the area, golf carts are a great option.
You can rent them from places like Beach Golf Cart Central and Graham Golf Cars, or check out A-Jax Golf Cart Rentals and Surfside Beach Golf Carts for great deals. For an adrenaline rush, jet skis are the way to go. Rent one from Myrtle Beach Watersports or Ocean Watersports and sail across the ocean on the waves or compete with your friends on the waterway. No matter your level of experience, as long as you have a valid driver's license, instructors will help teach you how to drive.
Other places where you can check out jet skis are Downwind Sails and Surfside Beach. If you're looking for something a bit more leisurely, Bodacious Bob's bike rentals and tours offer bicycle accessories so that someone can ride in the shade if it's too hot on the trails. North Strand Beach Service specializes in renting three-wheeled beach cruises, so check them out for affordable daily rental prices. Beach House Boat Rentals has several speedboats, pontoon boats and center consoles available for rent, while Myrtle Beach Watersports offers pontoon boats for you and your group of friends to enjoy together at an affordable price.
For those who prefer to stay on land, rideshare services like Uber and Lyft can be used to travel from MYR. Rideshare contractors cannot park and wait for passengers in the terminal building. You can also visit the trails near the YMCA on 62nd Avenue North, in Myrtle Beach State Park, or in Huntington Beach State Park at the south end.If you're looking for an even more unique way to explore Myrtle Beach, try a Segway with Segs by the Sea. They offer rides on Market Commons or anywhere your desire for a segway takes you.No matter how you choose to get around Grand Strand, make sure your final destination is here with us at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort.Grissom Parkway is a four-lane route from 62nd Avenue North in Myrtle Beach to Harrelson Boulevard, near Myrtle Beach International Airport.
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