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Garden City Beach Travel Tips
Garden City Beach Vacation Rentals at the Boardwalk
Just shy of the North Carolina border is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. If you want a jam-packed vacation then Garden City Beach vacation rentals will put you in the right area. Myrtle Beach is filled with shops, boardwalks, and water sports. Every activity of the town is within driving distance of Garden City Beach lodging. Myrtle Beach house rentals can offer a romantic trip or family affair with your children.
Garden City Beach Lodging close to Surfside Beach
For a little orientation lesson, you have what is called The Grand Strand, as the northernmost point in Myrtle Beach. The Grand Strand has plenty of Garden City Beach vacation rentals along the beaches for you to choose from. North Myrtle Beach will be to the north of your Garden City Beach lodging choice, with Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum and plenty of shops. Surfside Beach and Garden City are next with piers and Myrtle Beach resorts intermixed with residential homes.
Myrtle Beach Resorts near Georgetown
From Myrtle Beach, vacationers can reach Murrells Inlet, Georgetown, and Charleston. Charleston is a little over two hours from Myrtle Beach resorts. If you want a little break from the streets and beaches of Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet offers seafood restaurants along the magnificent marsh with views of the Intercoastal waterway. Georgetown is another place you might want to visit because of its historical importance. Georgetown began as a fishing village, and still retains its southern fishing village charm.
Garden City Beach Vacation Rentals near Championship Courses
One advantage of Garden City Beach vacation rentals is the superb golf courses. There are over five different courses you might want to try out during your time in Myrtle Beach. Arcadian Shores Golf Club is a short drive from Garden City Beach lodging, with a 6,485-yard course created by Rees Jones.