: Myrtle Beach International Airport
: US 17
: Windy Hill Beach
Water Pointe I is located on the beach at White's Point in the Windy Hill section of No. Myrtle Beach. It is at the southernmost end of North Myrtle Beach, just over the line from Myrtle Beach. Entertainment, activities, water sports, fine dining and a beautiful beach make this the perfect vacation spot.
For kids of all ages:
Activities range from building your own teddy bear at Barefoot Landing to watching hundreds of alligators being hand fed at Alligator Adventure. At Broadway at the Beach, there is an amazing aquarium, an IMAX theater, Hard Rock Cafe and NASCAR Speedpark. In Myrtle Beach center you can visit Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum, Myrtle Waves Water Park or ride the Skywheel. Kids will love eating at Medieval Times and Pirate's Voyage where they actually get to participate in the show. On the beach, a short walk from the condo, kids can rent beach tricycles and banana boats. Should it rain, there is a large cinema complex about 5 minutes south on Route 17.
Other activities nearby:
Take a leisurely cruise along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway aboard the Jungle Princess at Barefool Landing. Go deep sea fishing, ocean speed boating or jet skiing at Little River, about 20 minutes north on route 17. Also at Little River, try your luck on one of the elegant Casino Cruises. You can try your hand at the world famous Cherry Grove Fishing Pier at the north end of North Myrtle Beach. They rent fishing equipment. How about para sailing? They are located a short walk to the north along the beach from the condo. Live entertainment at The Alabama Theater and The House of Blues is 5 minutes from the condo. The Carolina Opry and The Palace Theater are about 15 minutes away. You can also find vineyard tours, wine tasting and horseback riding nearby.
Activities at a little distance:
Spend a relaxing day at beautiful Brookgreen Gardens about a half hour south of the condo on Route 17. Visit the battleship North Carolina followed by lunch and shopping in historic Wilmington, NC, about an hour north on Route 17. For the ultimate trip back into history, visit Charleston about 2 hours south and include a harbor cruise out to Fort Sumter and a carriage ride through the city. If time permits, include a visit to some of the historic houses and grand plantations.