Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Garden City Beach, SC
The Garden City Pier is located in Garden City Beach, Horry County, SC. On the pier you can find a family friendly activities including an arcade and fishing. There is also a cafe and tackle shop that are open daily. The pier is also known as the Kingfisher Pier and has been voted the “Best Pier” by The Sun News from 2006-2010. A bar at the end of the pier hosts music and dancing on summer nights. The area is also known for its beaches as well as the Garden City Golf Cart Parade that is held on the Fourth of July each year.
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