131 apartments for rent in Myrtle Beach, SC
Guide to Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach Apartments For Rent
There’s nothing quite like a quiet stroll along the beach at sunset. The sound of the waves crashing onto the shore, long-legged birds darting along the waterline, the salty breeze, and the dazzling light display as the water catches the rays of fading sunshine. Renting an apartment in Myrtle Beach means these coastal delights are all yours to enjoy any time.
Myrtle Beach is part of South Carolina’s Grand Strand, a long stretch of continuous beach along the state’s northeastern coastline. This is a tourism hotspot, attracting visitors from all over the world. Myrtle Beach sees roughly 14 million tourists every year, and about 100,000 of those visitors come from countries that include Germany, Canada, and the UK.
If the coastal lifestyle is calling you, then Myrtle Beach apartments are perfect. Tourism is the largest industry, but Myrtle Beach is also home to light manufacturing, the Myrtle Beach International Airport, Coastal Carolina University, Miller-Motte Technical College, and Horry-Georgetown Technical College.
Things to Do in Myrtle Beach:
Grab your flip-flops and beach towel! This is a beach community in every way, which means you’ll be spending most of your time watching waves crash ashore. Be sure to go for a stroll on one of the nation’s best boardwalks! The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk features a 200-foot observation wheel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The boardwalk is the site of live music, weekly attractions, restaurants, gift shops, and bars.
In addition to its beaches, Myrtle Beach is known for its golf courses! In fact, this is the “Golf Capital of the World.” Myrtle Beach has about 100 golf courses and several miniature golf courses. Many of the courses are public and include Thistle Downs, Tidewater, Legends, Grande Dunes, Myrtle Beach National, Pawley’s Plantation, Prestwick, and TPC of Myrtle Beach.
With its huge influx of visitors, Myrtle Beach is overflowing with tourist attractions – but these can be fun for residents (especially new residents!) as well. Check out the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center, go zip-lining, enjoy the thrills at Family Kingdom Amusement Park, go to Myrtle Waves Water Park, see the amazing fish tanks at Ripley’s Aquarium, and check out the shops and restaurants at Broadway at the Beach. After doing all of that, cruise the gift-slash-surf shops that line the streets and pick up an alligator mug, seashell, or t-shirt for your out-of-state relatives.
NASCAR fans will be happy to know that the Myrtle Beach Speedway hosts some great events, and will even allow visitors to drive or ride a real racecar! The speedway hosts a variety of events, including the Myrtle Beach 400, the Wheels of Destruction Thrill Show, and Saturday night races from April to November.
Myrtle Beach State Park is an oceanfront park that includes the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier, a bike trail, a beachfront campground, a nature trail, and a Nature Center. The park’s maritime forest, which includes live oak trees, southern magnolias, and dunes with sea oats, is a Heritage Trust Site.
For a variety of events ranging from sports to concerts, head to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. This 250,000-square-foot arena is one of the most popular meeting destinations in the southeast, hosting government, corporate, and educational events as well as national and regional trade shows, faith-based conferences, athletic tournaments, and other large-scale events.
When you rent an apartment in Myrtle Beach, you’ll have a variety of fun activities, terrific restaurants, and great shopping. Be sure to visit one of South Carolina’s largest indoor malls, the Coastal Grand Mall, as well as the Myrtle Beach Mall, the Market Common Myrtle Beach, and the Tanger Outlets.
What to Consider When Moving to Myrtle Beach:
There’s always something happening in Myrtle Beach! Living in Myrtle Beach means dealing with a huge number of tourists — year-round. Myrtle Beach hosts a wide variety of special events, including Can-Am Days (Canadian-American Days) – a week of special events aimed at Ontario’s spring breakers that attracts tens of thousands of visitors every March. It is considered one of the best destinations for Fourth of July, hosting several professional fireworks displays. And Myrtle Beach Bike Week, held in May, attracts roughly 200,000 visitors each year.
Myrtle Beach has a variety of areas to consider when looking at Myrtle Beach apartments. Georgetown is one of the earliest settlements, with Europeans first arriving as early as 1526. Georgetown became a city in 1729, and the downtown area features a variety of antebellum and colonial era architecture, many of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sites in Georgetown include the Kaminski House, the Rice Museum, and the South Carolina Maritime Museum.
Surfside Beach is a terrific beachfront community just south of Myrtle Beach. It is home to the Wild Water and Wheels waterpark as well as a variety of seafood restaurants, shops, and nightclubs.
North Myrtle Beach contains several small beach communities that include Ocean Drive, Crescent Beach, Windy Hill, and Cherry Grove. It contains a variety of beachfront condos, marinas, shops, restaurants, and golf courses.
If you want to live in the “Seafood Capital of South Carolina,” then rent your apartment in Murrells Inlet. This terrific area is famous for its variety of seafood shops, restaurants, and sport-fishing. Murrells Inlet is also home to the East Coast’s oldest and largest botanical garden, Brookgreen Gardens, and Huntington Beach State Park.
Why Myrtle Beach Apartments Are Hot:
Great weather, exciting attractions, and some of the country’s lowest property taxes and fuel prices – it’s easy to see why more than 330,000 people have decided to call the Myrtle Beach area home! Imagine spending your days beachcombing for seashells and “beach glass.” Enjoy fresh seafood at home or at amazing restaurants whenever you want, go surfing, swimming, deep-sea fishing, boating, or just watch the sunset from your new Myrtle Beach apartment balcony … live like you are on vacation every day. Rent your apartment in Myrtle Beach!
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Why Myrtle Beach?
- The popular Myrtle’s Market is a farmer’s market featuring locally-grown produce, crafts, and homemade items.
- Brookgreen Gardens, a beautiful location and a National Historic Landmark, features sculptures and a zoo.
- As a vacation hotspot, Myrtle Beach is perfect for walking and bike riding and offers several multipurpose paths.
- Myrtle Beach features several golf courses in addition to its 60-mile stretch of Grand Strand shoreline.
- Cheer on the Coastal Carolina University Chanticleers football team (NCAA Division I) at Brooks Stadium.
- Enjoy year-round festivals, including the Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival and St. John’s Greek Festival.