If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure during your Myrtle Beach vacation, paddleboarding is a great way to explore the waters of the Grand Strand while getting exercise. Stand-up paddleboarding is becoming a popular pasttime, and participants of all ages or experience levels can find paddleboarding adventures along the Grand Strand. Participants stand on a floating paddleboard and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water.
The Cherry Grove Point offers a beautiful backdrop for your stand-up paddleboard adventure with Trailblaze Adventure. They offer several guided tour options as well as rentals if you prefer to explore on your own. Private tours include a trek to the undeveloped Waties Island, where you can get out and explore or just lounge in the sun, or a scenic marsh adventure tour through the backwaters of North Myrtle Beach. Tours are great for corporate team building, romantic outings, or large groups.More Info
Aloha Water Sports
Aloha Watersports has two locations in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. One of them is located on the beach on North Myrtle Beach, and that is where parasailing and banana boat rides are offered. The other location is on Little River Neck Road is where you can rent Jet Skis and Pontoon boats.�More Info Visit Website
River Island Adventures
Experience a one-of-a-kind outdoor attraction at River Island Adventures in North Myrtle Beach! River Island Adventure is the only adventure outfitter on the Waccamaw River, featuring one acre of land with tree swings, yard games, a large fire pit, boat dock & ramp, picnic tables by the waterMore Info Visit Website
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01. The Beach
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04. Jet Ski Rentals
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