Myrtle Beach is known as one of the most popular places on the East Coast to visit. Among other Coastal Communities like Georgetown and Wilmington that were established during the Civil War, Myrtle Beach was not. Myrtle Beach was actually unpopulated until the turn of the 20th century. In 1881 the Burroughs and Collins family purchased the land and went through a few names of the city before finally coming to the name, Myrtle Beach. The family recognized the potential for a tourist destination being on the coast and spent over half of the 20th century building the town into what is known today as one of the most favorable tourist destinations.
Myrtle Beach has something for everyone while visiting. This destination accommodates all groups from families to bikers, or spring breakers to golfers. With over 100 courses to play, golfers from all over the world come to experience some of the best courses on the eastern coast. Grande Dunes, for example is one of my favorite golf courses in Myrtle Beach and very attractive for locals and outsiders looking to play in this area. Attractions such as ziplines, the sky wheel, mini golf, and the boardwalk are only just a few pieces of entertainment while visiting or living here permantley. For those night owls, there are many bars that line "the strip" which is the main drag of the boardwalk that is adjacent to the oceanfront. Lights brighten up the sky at night on the strip and live music is played so people can dance along the streets.
Grande Villas at World Tour
Harbor Oaks Marina
Members Club Enclave
The Estate at Withers Preserve