60 miles from Little River to Georgetown, South Carolina's Grand
Strand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the
U. S. Most famous as the home of Myrtle Beach, a half dozen
other towns add variety and make for a complete range of things
to do and see. From the historic streets of Georgetown, to the
renowned seafood of Murrells Inlet, to the neon lights of Myrtle
Beach, the Grand Strand has enough to keep most every type of
area has its own flavor, so take some time exploring here
and choose a destination that matches your inclinations. Just
because you stay one place doesn't mean you can't sample what
other parts of the Strand might have to offer. US 17 is the
backbone of the area, making everything within reasonable
main vacation spots along the Grand Strand are:
Old fishing village, still known for sport fishing.
Smaller hotels, condos, cottages, popular with college students
Some small hotels, larger hotels and resorts, amusements.
Same idea as Myrtle Beach, but smaller. More cottages and
condos, fewer high-rises.
Not like Myrtle Beach. Quieter, more family oriented. Residental
homes and cottages.
Less like Myrtle Beach. In fact, there's no beach. A fishing
village famous for its seafood. Nice views of salt marshes.