Things To Do
Top Things to Do in Cherry Grove
Cherry Grove is a beautiful, quiet section of North Myrtle Beach, boasting great fishing, scenic views, and cool places for water sports. This family-friendly area is perfect for a beach getaway that is set back from all of the hustle and bustle of downtown, yet still close enough to all of the fun things to do in the Myrtle Beach area. Thinking about visiting? Check out these top things to do in Cherry Grove:
Visit the Beach
This one almost goes without saying. Most people who visit Cherry Grove come here for the beautiful sandy beach. Grab a snack from the Cherry Grove Pier and set up camp along the shoreline. If you come when the tide is low enough, you can even walk across the Waterway to Waites Island, a private, natural island owned by Coastal Carolina University for marine science research.
Cherry Grove Pier
Perhaps one of the most popular attractions in Cherry Grove is the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier, and for great reason. This pier is a popular fishing spot as well as a wonderful place to get scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the coastline. The pier is home to the Boardwalk Beach Café as well as a fully equipped tackle shop complete with equipment rentals, supplies, bait, and more. Plus, the pier also has an official weigh station. Guests can opt for daily as well as season passes to the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier.
Of course, many people opt to fish from the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier, but some people love to get out on the water to try to reel in a fish or two. There are several charters in the Cherry Grove and North Myrtle Beach area that are happy to book a day out on the water with you. Most of these charter companies offer a variety of options including Gulf Steam fishing, half-day trips, private charters, and more.
The Grand Strand is home to over one hundred award-wining golf courses, and Cherry Grove is no different. Golfers who visit Cherry Grove will love booking tee times at nearby courses such as Surf Golf & Beach Club, Azalea Sands, Barefoot Resort, Tidewater, and many more!
Most people who visit Cherry Grove will spend their days by the water, so why not try something new and learn how to surf? Whether you have some experience surfing or if you’re a newbie, the friendly folks at Kokopelli Surf Camp will meet you at the Cherry Grove Pier and teach you the basics and the love of surfing.
Kayaking & SUP
The Cherry Grove area is amazing for kayaking and stand up paddleboarding! Take to the Intracoastal Waterway by yourself or with an eco-tour group (such as J&L Kayaking) and learn all about the flora and fauna of Cherry Grove. Get up close and personal with nature and enjoy a fun outdoor activity either sitting down in a kayak, or standing up on a paddleboard. Believe us, you’ll have a blast!
Cherry Grove and the surrounding Little River and North Myrtle Beach areas are home to hundreds of restaurants that are sure to please. Here, you’ll find some of the freshest seafood around, as well as a variety of other cuisine types like Southern food, Italian, BBQ, breakfast houses, Irish pubs, and much more.