It’s almost November 1st which means Beach Access parking is FREE again! We’ve rounded up our favorite accesses with the best parking to make your fall beach strolls the easiest ever!
The Cabana District – 54th Ave North
This sliver of the beach is rare because where there are typically houses and high rises — there are quaint and colorful cabanas! While parking isn’t the easiest to find… this is one of the quietest and least crowded parts of the beach! Makes for a great stretch of the coast to take a Sunday stroll.
The Golden Mile – 31st – 52nd Ave North
Luxurious homes line the sand and there’s parking at every block. This section of Ocean Boulevard is known for its mostly residential section that is free from all the hotels that surround it. Locals frequent this beautiful and quiet area.
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk & Promenade – 14th Ave North To 2nd Ave North
If you’re wanting to do some people watching or looking for a crowd — you’ve come to the right hot spot. Great for photo ops and an afternoon stop at the Sky Wheel!
Garden City Pier – 110 S Waccamaw Dr, Murrells Inlet
A little bit of a drive but you can be transported from the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach to a quaint fishing pier within 20 minutes. A great place to spend the day if you’re looking for a mini-getaway.
Huntington Beach State Park – 16148 Ocean Hwy, Murrells Inlet
Another Murrells Inlet beach spot — but for just $5 you can have access to one of the most beautiful (and private) parts of our coast! They also have hiking trails, views of the inlet, and some incredible bird watching!