Fun off the Beach
Many of our guests ask us for recommendations of places to visit and things to do around Myrtle Beach other than hitting the sand. Here are a few places near our restaurant sure to please a variety of interests and ages:
Myrtle Beach State Park has easy hiking trails in its maritime forest with plant identifiers along them. The park also has a nature center with frequent programs and events, a playground, a fishing pier and a long stretch of unspoiled beach. There are plenty of restrooms, several picnic shelters that can be rented out and outdoor showers to rinse sand off.
If there is a rainy day and your children need to burn off energy, your salvation is Big Air Myrtle Beach. This indoor trampoline park lets kids flip, bounce, play games and more. It is also located a short distance from our restaurant.
This recommendation is more for adults and teens, and if you’ve ever wanted to throw an axe like you see in the movies, here’s your chance at Jack Axe Throwing Myrtle Beach. The trainers will guide you through the process so you can say you have a new skill!
People of all ages enjoy Brookgreen Gardens, which is the world’s largest outdoor sculpture garden. This unique site is exquisitely beautiful with plantings, and with sculptures from some of the finest artists in the world. One section of the garden is charmingly planted with children in mind, and another features live lowcountry animals. The rascally otters in their stream are a huge hit with everyone!
One of the best escape rooms in Myrtle Beach is called Myrtle Beach Escape Rooms. There is a big parking garage about a block away from it, so parking is easy. They are always changing the room themes to keep things fresh for return escape artists!