Discover the slower pace of North Myrtle Beach vacation life with Grand Strand Resorts. With units at over 60 of North Myrtle Beach’s newest oceanfront resorts, guest’s options range from one to five bedrooms at a diverse assortment of properties including oceanfront towers, second row villas, and private beach houses. In addition to being a perfect fit for families, Grand Strand Resorts is also ideal for snowbirds looking to take advantage of early booking deals for the winter and spring months.
In close proximity to Barefoot Landing and Barefoot Resort, shopping, dining, and golf are practically right at your back door. So if the beach isn’t calling you on any given day, take a stroll through the shops and attractions at Barefoot Landing, or play 18 (or 36!) at one or more of Barefoot Resort’s four award-winning golf courses. With designs by Greg Norman, Pete Dye, Davis Love III, and Tom Fazio, a track for all tastes and skill levels is available at the most competitive rates. Grand Strand Resort guests also have access to the exclusive Surf Golf and Beach club, one of the area’s oldest and most prestigious courses.
Another bonus to vacationing in North Myrtle Beach is the proximity to the Cherry Grove Pier. One of the best fishing spots on the East Coast, this pier is a great way to spend a few hours taking in the beauty of the Atlantic, throwing a hook into the water, or watching the endless stream of people coming and going.
For those seeking a little fun at night, North Myrtle Beach’s Main Street is alive with locally-owned bars and restaurants, with everything from seafood platters at family-friendly eateries to creative entrees at fine dining establishments.
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