3 North Myrtle Beach Walking Trails to Explore with the Family

3 North Myrtle Beach Walking Trails to Explore with the Family

Are you and your family looking for something new to do on your next vacation to North Myrtle Beach? If you are, then we must tell you all about 3 walking trails located in North Myrtle Beach that you can explore together. Staying with us in one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals will keep you and your family close to one of them. Let’s look below at where your family can explore these fun walking trails in the area.

Heritage Shores Nature Preserve

3 North Myrtle Beach Walking Trails to Explore with the Family

When you’re looking for a new trail to give a try, then head over to Heritage Shores Nature Preserve. Located near Cherry Grove Park and is where you will be able to find 40 different stations along the trail. There are also a few picnic areas that have shelters where you and the family can bring along your lunch or snacks to enjoy together. Heritage Shores Nature Preserve does have boardwalks and docks that are handicapped accessible for those who need to use them. Let the kids bring a clipboard with some paper so they can jot down what wildlife they happen to see for the day!

McLean Park

Another great park that has wonderful walking trails in the North Myrtle Beach area is McLean Park. No matter what kind of path you are looking to walk, this park has it all for you. There is a ½ mile paved trail for those who like to stay on the path and then there is another trail that is a fitness trail. This park also has 3 different picnic shelters where your family can enjoy a meal at and even a playground for the kids to enjoy. Not only are the trails there for you to explore but there are also tennis courts where you and the family can play a little game together. No matter what kind of fun you’re looking to do while on vacation, this is the park for you.

North Myrtle Beach Nature Trail

3 North Myrtle Beach Walking Trails to Explore with the Family

North Myrtle Beach Nature Trail is located on Champions Blvd in Little River is one that you’ve never experienced before. This is a 2 ½ mile trail that was made for you and your family to enjoy on your next vacation. Opened from Sunrise to Sunset is a trail that you can also bring your pups along with you, but they must remain on a leash at all times. We also suggest that you don’t come alone and always walk with a buddy. The reason that we suggest this is because you may happen to see some of the wildlife that lives along the trail such as wild hogs, snakes, bobcats, and even black bears. We promise that this is going to be a day on the trail like you’ve never experienced here on the South Carolina Coast!

While many other fun trails are available for you and your family to enjoy in North Myrtle Beach, these are the few we wanted to share with you. If you haven’t booked your next family vacation to stay in one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals, now is the time. We can’t wait to see you and your family soon and getting to experience the walking trails in the area!

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North Myrtle BeachWith a brand new year upon us people are beginning to think about how they want to spend their tax returns. For many, this is their vacation savings plan that allows them to have such privileges as vacations to North Myrtle Beach and elsewhere each year. You’ll be delighted to know that we already have some specials in place for your upcoming vacation. For instance, confirm a new 2012 weekly reservation for 1 or 2 bedroom Wyndham Ocean Blvd, Wyndham SeaWatch, Wyndham Westwinds, or Wyndham Towers on the Grove in North Myrtle Beach for June, July or August and get 15% off the weekly rental rate! Call us at 1-800-334-3798 ext. 2 to reserve but hurry – offer expires 2/8/12. Cannot be combined with any other special or discount. If you’re in town now come out and support our local and regional reggae artists on Feb. 4, 2012 at the Myrtle Beach Rocks! Concert at the House of Blues featuring Humble Vibez, Jay D Clark, Jahman Brahman and TreeHouse. Tickets are only available through the House of Blues Box Office. This show is for all ages subject to parental discretion. If you have any questions call the House of Blues at (843) 272-3000. Get your tickets now to see Bigfoot and Other Lost Souls performed at Atlantic Stage. The musical comedy tells the tale of a woman who lost a baby that she never knew she had. The music and lyrics are written by Mark Hollman. Adrian Royce wrote the book. The show is recommended for adults and children ages 12 and older. Bigfoot and Other Lost Souls will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and at 3 p.m. on Sundays through February 12.

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