North Myrtle Beach Web Cam
This North Myrtle Beach web cam sits on top of the Cherry Grove Pier. The Cherry Grove Pier is a 1,000-foot fishing pier with a two-story observation deck, full tackle and bait shop, and a gift shop. The Cherry Grove Pier dates back to the 1950s, but had to be rebuilt in 1999 after it was destroyed by Hurricane Floyd.
A live stream web cam is attached to the pier that showcases its views of the North Myrtle Beach coastline. You can take control of the Cherry Grove Pier cam to pan and zoom in on the pier, beach and ocean in real-time. This particular North Myrtle Beach web cam offers a 360-degree view from the top of the pier. The Prince Resort can be seen at the end of the pier.
While watching the live web cam is fun, we know you’d much rather be here in person. If you want to feel the sand between your toes and hear the sound of the waves crashing, just head on over to our accommodations webpage and book a night, or two or three, in North Myrtle Beach. Any time is a good time for a vacation to North Myrtle Beach!
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Can’t wait to get to North Myrtle Beach or miss the waves already? Check out our live webcam on the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier. You can even take control of the webcam and take a look around. Click here to learn how to take control!
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Live web cam brought to you by
The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau
and Prince Resort at the Cherry Grove Pier!