At the northern tip of the Grand Strand, the ocean wraps around into a beautiful inlet. At low tide the beach is wider than any other place you've ever seen. Huge tidal pools form with the changing tides and you can safely swim without fear of currents. Rent a kayak and explore the inlet and marshes. Search for sand dollars on the deserted island. Cast a line in the surf or head a mile down to the Cherry Grove Pier.
You are only a few miles drive from restaurants, shopping, local winery, put put, golf courses such as Tidewater Plantation, nightlife, and a large grocery/everything store that serves meals daily and has great selections of wines & fresh seafood. Barefoot Landing (dining, shops, Alabama Theatre, Greg Norman's Australian Grill on the waterfront, House of Blues) is a 20 min. drive. Main Street N. Myrtle (famous for Fat Harrolds shagging) has lots of fun stuff to do. Calabash, NC is a 20 min. drive to their famous seafood. Take a dolphin tour boat ride from the dock in Calabash or purchase some fresh shrimp. Try your luck on the casino boat that launches from Little River. Or just hang out on the beach and relax.