Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Myrtle Beach (Springmaid Pier), SC
Myrtle Beach is a popular tourist town located in Horry County, SC. It is located along the “Grand Strand”, a 60-mile long stretch of beach in northeastern South Carolina. Attractions in the area include the beaches, golf courses, amusement parks and seafood restarants. There are many festivals hosted in the area throughout the year as well as motorcycle rallies and sporting events. The Springmaid Pier is a popular destination in Myrtle Beach and is located off the beach near the Springmaid Beach Resort. There are many activities that take place on the pier including fishing, picnicing, restaurants, and surfing and paddleboarding.
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