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  • Hobcaw Barony

    Hobcaw Barony is a historic plantation near Myrtle Beach featuring a wildlife refuge and over 70 historic sites including cemeteries, slave cabins and more. more

  • Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

    Running from 2nd Avenue Pier to Pier 14 in downtown, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk features restaurants, shops, bars, an arcade, mini golf and the Skywheel. more

  • Conway Riverwalk

    Stroll the Riverwalk through historic downtown Conway on the Waccamaw River and enjoy the arboretum, tennis courts, playground, marina and waterfront gazebo more

  • McLean Park

    One of the best parks in North Myrtle Beach, McLean Park is a 10-acre green space with a large lake, playgrounds, tennis courts, meditation garden and more! more

  • Grand Park at The Market Common

    Grand Park at The Market Common features a playground, hockey rink, soccer fields, picnic shelters, fitness trail and a large sports + recreation complex. more

  • Warbird Park

    Located on Farrow Parkway at The Market Common, Warbird Park in Myrtle Beach honors veterans w/ military aircraft, a Wall of Service, a bike path and more! more

  • Chapin Memoiral Park

    Chapin Park in Myrtle Beach features a large elevated playground area, a shaded walkway, swings, picnic area and hosts arts events each spring and fall. more

  • Palmetto Adventure Land

    Located just west of downtown in the Carolina Forest area, the Palmetto Adventure Land playground is one of the best parks in Myrtle Beach for kids. more

  • Georgetown Harborwalk

    Enjoy Georgetown's historic homes, visit museums, shop at art galleries, dine at top restaurants or grab a drink and enjoy the sights at the Harborwalk. more

  • Oceanfront Merchants Association

    Spanning 1.2 mi. through the heart of downtown, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk meanders through the dunes along the beach with scenic views of the Grand Strand! more

  • Hopsewee Plantation

    This National Historic Landmark just south of Georgetown offers a peaceful setting with beautiful vistas of the Santee River, historic homes and exhibits. more

  • Justin W. Plyler Park

    This large plaza on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk offers ocean views, live entertainment and access to attractions like the MB Skywheel and Landshark Landing. more

  • Huntington Beach State Park

    Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet offers walking trails, a freshwater lake, camping, surf fishing, bird watching and tours of Atalaya castle. more

  • Brookgreen Gardens

    One of the best attractions in Myrtle Beach known for its sculpture, flowers and more! Visit Brookgreen Gardens outdoor museum just south of Murrells Inlet. more

Explore the best Myrtle Beach parks & gardens!

Myrtle Beach Parks and Gardens - Brookgreen GardensAlthough features such as the Atlantic Ocean and our amazing, sandy beaches will always dominate the outdoor landscape, there’s also plenty to like about the Grand Strand’s greener pastures.

Myrtle Beach parks offer a variety of great natural features and provide a perfect backdrop for activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking, camping and much more!

At Myrtle Beach State Park, visitors can explore walking paths, fish from pristine piers and enjoy a variety of nature programs. Just south at Huntington Beach State Park, you’ll find similar options as well as superb bird watching and a chance to explore Atalaya, a historic Moorish-style castle known as one of the area’s most unique landmarks.

There’s also endless beauty to be found at Myrtle Beach gardens, including places like Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet — which features amazing sculptures, exotic plant life and its own zoo — and Vereen Memorial Historical Gardens in Little River.

Add in a ton of great city parks (MacLean Park in North Myrtle Beach, Grand Park at The Market Common and Palmetto Adventure Land playground among them) and lots of area bike paths (East Coast Greenway, Waccamaw Neck Bikeway) and you’ve found a great recipe for active, outdoor fun in Myrtle Beach.


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