Where to stay around Boardwalk, Myrtle Beach?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 20 vacation rentals near Boardwalk. From 18 Condos/Apartments to 2 Houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Boardwalk for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

What is the best area to stay near Boardwalk?

Whether you're traveling with family or friends, here are the areas with the largest selection of vacation rentals for a holiday trip or just for a weekend near Boardwalk:

  • Grande Dunes: 35 vacation rentals
  • Windy Hill: 3,596 vacation rentals
  • Myrtlewood Villas: 205 vacation rentals
  • South Side 1300: 460 vacation rentals
  • South Side 1600: 452 vacation rentals

For other neighborhoods, please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

Can I rent Condos/Apartments near Boardwalk?

Yes, of course. VRBO has 18 Condos/Apartments near Boardwalk. Our other popular types of vacation rentals near Boardwalk include:

  • Houses: 2 rentals available

Can I find a vacation rental with pool near Boardwalk?

Yes, you can select your prefered vacation rental with pool among our 17 vacation rentals with pool available near Boardwalk. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Can I book a vacation rental directly online or instantly near Boardwalk?

    Yes, VRBO offers a selection of 20 vacation rentals to book directly online and 16 with instant booking available near Boardwalk. Don't wait, have a look at our vacation rentals via our search bar and be ready for your next trip near Boardwalk! 

      Under the boardwalk (or on it!), down by the seaÉ

      If you like to be in the center of things, you can't do better than a Myrtle Beach vacation rental near the boardwalk. Stretching along the Atlantic between the 2nd Avenue and 14th Avenue Piers, this breezy walkway shifts from a raised wooden deck with dune landscaping and serene sea grasses, to a vibrant commercial center lined with souvenir shops, restaurants, and arcades. The boardwalk is considered the heart of Myrtle Beach. It's a popular destination for families, college kids, bikers, and beachcombers, so grab your board shorts and join the party.

      On a blanket (or jet ski) with my baby is where I'll be...

      Don't you love it when the main thing on your to-do list is "lying on the beach?" A few lazy steps from the boardwalk will take you to the city's 60 miles of soft, white sand. Catch a few rays, surf some waves, or rent a kayak or jet ski. When it's time for a break, take a walk into town toward Myrtle Beach's biggest outdoor mall, where kids enjoy games, rides, and a marine aquarium, and where grownups can shop, bar hop, or take in a show.

      Under the boardwalk, we'll be havin' some fun (you bet)...

      If you miss the wildlife waiting for you at Litchfield Beach, you're really missing out. Don't worry. Area parks and gardens make it easy. Huntington Beach State Park is just a few miles north. This coastal preserve has a large, protected beach and offers guided encounters with loggerhead turtles and other endangered plant and animal species. Guests can even see alligators (safely!) at the park's freshwater lake. More wildlife is on display at Brookgreen Gardens, where the world's largest collection of outdoor statues compliments the themed gardens and nature trails.

      Under the boardwalk, out of the sun (unlikely)...

      If you're the extroverted type, Myrtle Beach is a blast during spring break or in the middle of summer. It's crowded, sure, but the weather is hot and so, so sunny. Rain is a bit more frequent in August and September, but as the crowds thin out and the weather cools, the boardwalk starts to feel a little more peaceful. Plus, fall ushers in the era of great deals on Myrtle Beach vacation rentals near the boardwalk. Winter may be too cold for a pleasant swim, but it works for fishing and breezy walks by the water.

      Under the boardwalk, people (and birds!) walking above...

      The boardwalk, with its t-shirt shops and ice cream stands, doesn't necessarily scream "nature preserve," but don't forget that you're on the ocean and surrounded by South Carolina's lush coastal wetlands. Fishers come to Myrtle Beach, especially in fall, for the king mackerel, spadefish, amberjack, and sea bass. Nature lovers find happiness at Myrtle Beach State Park. Set among an oceanfront forest, it provides a surprisingly secluded sanctuary close to the bustle of the boardwalk. Its nature paths might put you in the path of razorbills, loons, grebes, and sandpipers.