It’s that time of year again for your North Myrtle Beach vacation! There are many attractions, entertainment and dining options in the area. In addition to these, there are many FREE things to do. Who doesn’t like free, especially when you are planning a vacation on a budget? We’re here to tell you the top 5 free things to do around North Myrtle Beach.
The Grand Strand is made up of 60 miles of beautiful white sandy beaches. There are plenty of areas to go explore along the Atlantic Coast. Walking along the beach is a great way to exercise and can be extremely peaceful. While you are out on the beach, take a look around for seashells, jellyfish and other creatures along the way. Turn your walk on the beach into your very own adventure!
Sounds of Summer Concert Series
Locals and visitors love to hang out on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach. There is always great entertainment along the strip. This year the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex is hosting a Sounds of Summer Concert Series. These concerts are free to the public. Food and drinks will be available during the event. Bring a blanket or beach chair and find yourself the perfect seat.
Cherry Grove Pier
The views on the Cherry Grove Pier are like no other. The pier is 958 feet long and has a spectacular outlook of the Atlantic Ocean. Along the way, you can spot families hanging out and people fishing. Be sure to keep an eye out for dolphins and other animals in the water.
Barefoot Landing is located in North Myrtle Beach and is a beautiful area to explore. There are many restaurants and shops along the way. However, it is completely free to walk around. The attraction is around a 27-acre lake that has exotic fish, migratory waterfowl and other wildlife. During the summer, there is typically free music and festivals.
Broadway at the Beach
Broadway at the Beach is full outdoor entertainment and a great place to walk around. The attraction is a 360-acre complex filled with a variety of things to do. During the summertime, there are fireworks at night and a free concert every Tuesday night.