If visiting Murrells Inlet during the summer months, you can catch a ride on one of Blue Wave's vessels out to the open water to get a close-up view of majestic dolphins. The crew are experts at spotting these aquatic mammals and tracking them without disturbing them.
World-renowned course designer Tom Fazio utilized the natural beauty of the historic Wachesaw Plantation area when creating the 18-hole championship course at the Wachesaw Plantation Club. This beautiful course is home to several golfing events throughout the year.
What better way to spend a day? Programs and guided tours ensure no visitor misses out on the fantastic combination of sweeping beaches, nature center and wild animals that make the park a staple of any visit to the town. A must-see for the whole family with something on offer for everyone.
Express Watersports is the first stop for every kind of water activity you can think of in Murrells Inlet. Whether you’re looking at arranging kayaking or cruises, there is a wide variety of options to match everyone’s tastes. For the more adventurous, the chance to scuba dive for treasure may be too much to resist.
Not surprisingly, Bovine's has a large collection of choice steaks as well as seafood prepared on their wood-fired grill. They also serve pizzas baked in a wood-fired oven and have a varied menu of Southern comfort classics such as meatloaf and shrimp and grits.
Nance's Creekfront Restaurant is often considered one of the best seafood restaurants in the Inlet, with beautiful waterfront views and a varied and unique menu that allows visitors to experience seafood dining at its best. Oysters are a specialty and considered the best in the area.
Born on the Grand Strand, Eggs Up Grill has spread to locations throughout the Carolinas to tout the superior diversity of the simple egg. Find breakfast favorites like pancakes, french toast and huge, loaded omelettes on their breakfast menu. Soups, salad and sandwiches, among other offerings, comprise the lunch menu.
Suck Bang Blow is a full-fledged biker bar, but don't let that intimidate you. Both staff and customers go out of their way to make everyone feel welcome, which makes it perhaps the most popular bar in the area. Admire the lavish Harley's parked outside and relax with a cold beer.
It may not look like much from the outside, but Greg's is a pleasant and energetic tavern that claims to have the "best burgers on the beach." Entertainment abounds, with a large selection of TVs broadcasting a variety of sports and a game room stocked with dart boards and video games.
Affordables is a women's clothing retailer that has been providing women with unique fashion options at low prices for decades. The first store opened in Charleston in 1969 but has expanded with five stores throughout the South Carolina Lowcountry and a new store in Savannah, GA.
Southern cooking is all about flavor, and, in particular, Southerners take their barbecue very seriously. Wild Rooster Sauces has cultivated a line of mouth-watering barbecue sauces and rubs, as well as hot sauces, salsa and an array of seasoning blends to bring the South to your table.
Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) owned by the county is a public-use airport located 3 miles southwest of the central business district of Myrtle Beach, and about 13 miles from Murrells Inlet. Allegiant Air and Spirit Air handle most of the traffic to and from the airport, including to destinations like Chicago, Boston, Detroit, and New York, though many routes are only seasonal. Shuttle services are available to Murrells Inlet, as are taxis, and several car rental companies are present, but there is no public transportation.
There is not Public Transport available in Murrells Inlet, but the area is small enough to walk around. Union Bus Station 511 7th Ave N, Myrtle Beach +1 843 448 2471 Bus options are available for getting to and from Murrells Inlet: Greyhound Bus Lines 511 7th Ave N, Myrtle Beach +1 843 448 2472 Via Coach International 10080 Ocean Hwy, Pawleys Island +1 843 237 9957