What seaside resort is complete without a Boardwalk? Downtown Myrtle Beach is home to an award winning Boardwalk and Promenade!
North Dunes Walkway Section
The North Walkway extends from the Fifteenth Avenue North Park to Plyler Park at the foot of Mr. Joe White Avenue. It features a raised wooden deck and dune landscaping with vegetation which offers a serene, peaceful, and natural environment; a perfect beach experience. The walkway in this section is eight feet wide with connecting pathways to beach access points and adjacent accommodations and attractions.
Central Wooden Boardwalk Section
The high-intensity portion of the boardwalk extends from Plyler Park to Eighth Avenue North. This section adjoins beachfront stores and shops and invokes a carnival and nostalgia atmosphere with its sights, sounds, and energy with a more classic wooden Boardwalk surface. This section ranges from approximately 26 to 50 feet in width.
South Promenade Section
The South Promenade continues from Eighth Avenue North to First Avenue North just south of the Second Avenue Pier. The South Promenade is a lineal oceanfront park with benches and natural landscaping. This section offers relaxing views of the beach and passive recreational opportunities. Main walkways are twelve feet wide, while secondary paths are eight feet wide.
To ensure the public always get the best experience on the Boardwalk the DRC and City of Myrtle Beach have posted regulations. Most of these items are in affect year-round, however certain additional activities are permitted during the off-season. All are listed below:
The Pavilion Site is located between 8th and 9th Avenues North in the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach. The DRC leases a portion of this property from the owner and has made it available for the public to enjoy until redevelopment occurs. While on this Private Property the DRC reminds you of a few simple rules...