: Myrtle Beach International
: 17 S. Kings Highway
: Myrtle Beach
The Myrtle Beach area has 60 miles of coastline and although there are some activities that are outside of 15 minutes drive, the area has so much to offer, no matter what you want to do. Something or nothing, your choice.
Highway 17/Kings Highway is a coastal route N-S, so this is a good area to drive to decide. Pick up some of the local maps and guide books that are at most shopping centers and find the nearest AAA office and secure maps and advice prior to your trip. One of our favorite places to go is to a local restaurant, Angelo's that serves THE best steaks, Italian buffet and classic Italian dishes. Angelo's is within a short walk. A drive to the Market Common will provide you with shopping choices, Piggly Wiggly, cinema, yoga, bookstore and restaurants. It is in the location of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base on Farrow Parkway. If you like to provide your socialized pooch with a doggy park, there is one near Market Common in Seagate Village neighborhood, just across from Myrtle Beach State Park.
Go down to the south on 17 towards Murrell's Inlet and Surfside Beach. Murrell's Inlet has a marshwalk that includes restaurants on the water, there is a pier you can stroll and watch the boating traffic. Horseback riding is one of the activities I have seen on the beach.
At the resort, there is shuffleboard, lots of water activities for stroking or soaking. Lazy rivers indoors and out along with indoor and outdoor pools and jacuzzi's. A short drive north on Ocean is the Family Kingdom Fun Park. Various miniture golf locations are within a short distance and at Compass Cove, there is an onsite golfing office on the second floor of the Schooner building, along with concierge services in the
lobby area at check-in. Compass Cove offers Kids Club in the summer for minimal or no fee. Compass Rose is the place for a breakfast that is substantial and covers all the bases, with fresh fruit, oatmeal, juices, eggs to order, if you like, selection of breakfast meats varies daily and you can make your own waffles. Seattle's Best coffee is proudly served. This is in a buffet price of $8.95. On the 2nd floor of the Pinnacle Building, the Crow's Nest is a fast food choice for lunch or dinner snacking. They offer salads and seafood, pizza and sandwiches. All spirits are offered with specials daily and live entertainment varies, along with karaoke.