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Looking for a tasty new treat, check out some new dining options like the Hickory Tavern.
When you're trying to choose a dinner destination everyone will enjoy, pizza is a crowd pleaser you can almost always count on. The hard part though is trying to get your family or friends to agree on what kind of pie to order. MOD Pizza at North Beach Plantation is able to please everyone's tastes.
You don’t have to wait for the weekend to enjoy live entertainment and fun with the family when you’re vacationing at North Beach Plantation. From June through Labor Day weekend, North Myrtle Beach shopping, dining and entertainment complex Barefoot Landing is celebrating its annual season-long SummerFest!, where every evening brings a different array of entertainment!
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is famous for its white-sand beaches, cool Atlantic Ocean waters, championship golf courses and award-winning attractions. But foodies will find that the Grand Strand has an equally impressive restaurant scene. The 60-mile strip of Carolina coastline known as the Grand Strand boasts more than 1,700 restaurants to choose from.
Celebrate the nation’s independence with a fantastic long weekend at North Beach Plantation! There will be entertainment and patriotic family fun all over the Myrtle Beach area.
Before you head out to enjoy the beautiful beach at North Beach Plantation (or anywhere along the North Myrtle Beach coastline) this summer, take a few minutes to read up on the rules of the beach for 2017.
We know that the time you spend with your family during a getaway at North Beach Plantation is invaluable, but we all like to save money on our vacation activities when we can. Fortunately, the Myrtle Beach area offers a long list of entertaining activities that will get your teenagers off their phones and outside having fun — all without costing you a cent!
The North Myrtle Beach neighborhood around North Beach Plantation offers plenty of tempting attractions for vacationers. But for a change of pace, why not scout out what’s waiting just around the bend in the town of Little River, South Carolina?
The many festivals happening in and around Myrtle Beach during the summer provide an easy and family-friendly plan for entertainment during your stay at North Beach Plantation. With a wide variety of special events on the Grand Strand celebrating everything from food and music to talent and local life, chances are good that you'll find something your family will love.
Get ready for the barbecues and beach days - summer is almost here! To kick off your season of fun in truly grand style, book a Memorial Day stay on the Grand Strand at North Beach Plantation - and get ready check out some of the great activities going on in the Myrtle Beach area over the holiday weekend.
Your loved one has worked so hard for the past four (or more) years, and he or she has finally made it to the big day: graduation! It’s a huge moment, deserving of celebration. What can you plan to show your new college graduate how proud you are of his or her accomplishment, and to mark the special nature of the occasion? A trip to the Grand Strand and North Beach Plantation, of course! And while you’re enjoying the warm hospitality of this world-class resort, there are plenty of other fun activities you can plan to make the trip a truly memorable one.
There are a lot of different styles of sushi - and no shortage of restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area that serve the Japanese cuisine. How can you be sure you’re getting the Grand Strand’s best sushi during your fabulous stay at North Beach Plantation? This list will make it a little easier to narrow down your options! Located oceanfront in the heart of Myrtle beach, ART Burger Sushi Bar is a local favorite with an extensive sushi menu that includes sashimi, specialty rolls, tempura offerings and more. ART Burger’s goal is to serve phenomenal food at reasonable prices, and that is exactly what you’ll find there. And if that’s not temptation enough, you can pair up your sushi with a cool drink from the liquid nitrogen bar! Vegetarian and food-allergy accommodations are also available, so even the most difficult of palates can get a fantastic meal at ART Burger.
Have you ever imagined yourself skimming along on a beautiful cloudless day, the blue sky reflected in the deeper blue of the water, skillfully commanding a sailboat across the ocean? It might sound like just a daydream, but guests at North Beach Plantation can make this dream come true thanks to Myrtle Beach Sailing School!
Guests at North Beach Plantation don’t have to wait for the Fourth of July to enjoy spectacular fireworks shows in the Myrtle Beach area. Shows are available all summer long, with some even starting as early as April! Baseball fans can enjoy both a game and a fireworks show at Pelicans Ballpark, home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. The minor-league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs plays in the Carolina League, and win or lose, Saturday night home games are followed by a fantastic fireworks show to send the fans home smiling. Ticket prices start as low as $9, so this is a great way for the whole crew to enjoy a fun night at the ballgame without breaking your budget.
If you’re interested in checking out some of the local hot spots during your stay at North Beach Plantation, then head on over to Barefoot Landing! This North Myrtle Beach attraction features 27 acres of shopping, dining and entertainment options located right on the Intracoastal Waterway and surrounding a beautiful lake. If you can take your eyes off the breathtaking surroundings, there are some hot happy hour deals to be found here.
Your vacation at North Beach Plantation won’t be complete without indulging yourself in a shopping trip — but how do you fit that into a busy family vacation? The Myrtle Beach area makes it easy by fusing world-class shopping with family-friendly attractions that will keep everyone entertained while you check out the latest trends at the boutiques.
After a day of relaxing at the beautiful North Beach Plantation pools or playing one of the many Myrtle Beach area golf courses, a little taste of the Grand Strand nightlife might be just what you need! With an evening at the House of Blues - located just 5 minutes inland of North Beach Plantation at Barefoot Landing - live music can be the perfect accompaniment to a casual dinner or just hanging out enjoying the fine selection of craft beers at the bar.
The weather is starting to heat up in Myrtle Beach, and with winter behind us there are so many events and festivals to look forward to in the spring time here in Myrtle Beach, SC. Check out our listings below for all of the festivals, shows and things to do this spring 2017, held throughout the Grand Strand:
You’ve heard the discussions about which wines pair best with what foods, and you enjoy a glass of good wine with your dinner - but how much do you know about the process that transforms a mere grape into a fine wine? Your next trip to North Beach Plantation is your opportunity to answer that question, with a fun and informative wine tasting at Duplin Winery!
Winter is drawing to a close, and the green tendrils of spring are beginning to appear. While spring break is on just about everyone’s mind, spending a week or two at North Beach Plantation on the Grand Strand is the perfect way to bid farewell to another winter and celebrate the arrival of the spring season.
A beach vacation is all about sun tans and water sports, naps by the pool, and delicious meals at day’s end — and North Beach Plantation provides all of those things with unparalleled excellence. But vacations are also about trying something new and different, and in that category, Myrtle Beach has an attraction that you and your family (or friends) absolutely must try. It’s called Break Out Myrtle Beach, and it’s an escape game that puts your group at the center of the action!
He asked you to marry him, and you said yes! Now you’re engaged to the love of your life, and you’re both in the midst of a romantic whirlwind as you plan out the wedding of your dreams. Let North Beach Plantation help you turn your dreams into reality as you plan your special day. On the Grand Strand, you can live out the romantic fantasy of getting married on the beach. Imagine how wonderful it would be to have your wedding ceremony on sunlit sand, with a beautiful ocean backdrop and the waves and sea birds as part of the background music. North Beach Plantation is ideally located in beautiful North Myrtle Beach, with breathtaking beach views to set the scene for your ceremony.
Valentine’s Day is almost here! Time to make some special plans to celebrate the day with your sweetheart in North Myrtle Beach! North Beach Plantation is the ideal place to enjoy a romantic getaway with the one you love, and the Grand Strand offers some fantastic options to help you plan the perfect day for your Valentine. A candlelit meal at a table for two is the classic Valentine’s date, and the Grand Strand can definitely accommodate that plan! Book a spot at North Beach Plantation’s own 21 Main Prime Steakhouse, and you can count on an elegant and delicious experience that will please even the most demanding palate. And if you choose to venture out on the town, you won’t be disappointed. Whatever type or flavor of food you prefer, you can find it in Myrtle Beach! A romantic dinner in a fine restaurant isn’t the only way to spend your Valentine’s Day, however. There are special events celebrating the day of love all over the Grand Strand.
Whether you vacation at North Beach Plantation as a twosome or with the whole family, planning a night out just for you and your sweetie adds a touch of romance to your getaway. The Myrtle Beach area offers a stunning array of restaurants and entertainment venues to tempt you, but where should you go for a truly special evening when you want everything to go right?
The Grand Strand is known for its beautiful beaches and huge variety of golf courses, but surf, sun and golfing are not the only attractions for guests at North Beach Plantation. The Myrtle Beach area also offers a fantastic array of restaurants for casual diners and connoisseurs of cuisine alike. Whatever type of food you’re looking for, you can surely find a Grand Strand restaurant that caters to your craving. If seeking out new and unique dining experiences is one of the highlights of your vacation, here are five restaurant suggestions that just might pique your interest!
The winter cold has set in, and it’s a long time until your next vacation. You need something fabulous to look forward to, a light at the end of the winter tunnel. You need to plan a trip to the Grand Strand and North Beach Plantation for the Carolina Country Music Fest!
Grand Strand vacationers are already familiar with the enticements of the sunny beaches, fabulous golf courses, good food and many entertainment options that await them during their stay at North Beach Plantation. However, one local attraction recently celebrated the grand opening of a wonderful new facility that will quickly become a favorite destination for vacation entertainment: Savannah’s Playground.
Myrtle Beach is promising another exciting year of some great new attractions. Here are a few new things to expect on your next Myrtle Beach vacation for 2017.
While any time of year is a good time to visit North Beach Plantation in North Myrtle Beach, activity planning can be especially important in the winter months, when you can’t always depend on the weather and the beach to cooperate with outdoor plans. If the weather is looking a little gloomy during your stay (or even if it isn’t!), you might want to check out one of Myrtle Beach’s newest attractions - The Track Family Recreation Center, where you can find indoor and outdoor fun for the whole family.
The holiday season is squarely upon us, and many of us are busy with holiday parties and events, not to mention trying to get all of our holiday shopping done, too! As the cold of winter descends, spring vacations and golf courses in the warm South Carolina sun may seem worlds away - but there are some good reasons to book your Grand Strand golf vacation at North Beach Plantation right now.
New Year’s Eve is a time for celebrating one year drawing to a close while a new one is just beginning. As 2016 comes to an end, Myrtle Beach will be hopping with all sorts of good times, and guests at North Beach Plantation can choose from among plenty of options for ringing in 2017. Here are five top picks for places to spend your New Year’s Eve in Myrtle Beach!
Guests at North Beach Plantation can avoid the headache of heading to the mall for their holiday shopping. Myrtle Beach has gifts galore at Barefoot Landing. Barefoot Landing is a premier waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment destination in North Myrtle Beach, located right on the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway. It features national retail stores, local boutiques and a wide array of restaurants to choose from. There’s also entertainment and fun for all ages, including special events throughout the year.
Once the Thanksgiving feast is over and you’ve had your fill of leftover turkey and football on the couch, you may be looking to get out and do something different. If you’re spending your holiday at North Beach Plantation, then Myrtle Beach has the perfect answer for your Saturday-after-Thanksgiving doldrums - the Intracoastal Christmas Regatta!
The winter holidays are a wonderful time to gather with family and friends and share good times in the luxurious comfort of North Myrtle Beach’s North Beach Plantation. If you are looking for an area event to kindle your holiday spirit during your stay on the Grand Strand, the Nights of a Thousand Candles event at Brookgreen Gardens is an absolute must-see.
The holidays are here, and a new year will be here before you know it. Winter will start nipping at your nose and your toes, and soon you will be longing for an escape to some sunshine on the South Carolina seashore and the luxurious accommodations at North Beach Plantation. So why wait for the inevitable when you can save yourself lots of money, time and wintertime blues by booking your next vacation early? Here are five reasons to make your plans to visit us at North Beach Plantation:
The summer has passed. For a while now, we’ve all been settling back into our busy fall schedules, packed with school, activities and work commitments, and the winter still stretches out ahead. Next summer might seem like a distant prospect now, but it’s never too early to book your North Beach Plantation vacation! Here are five good reasons to make your spring and summer vacation plans in Myrtle Beach today:
The holiday season is just around the corner, and it’s not too early to start thinking about your plans for this year’s Thanksgiving feast! If your family is planning a Turkey Day trip to the Grand Strand, you’ll be in for a treat with a stay at North Beach Plantation - where you can relax and enjoy the holiday stress-free by reserving your spot at a local Myrtle Beach restaurant. Let someone else worry about getting the turkey perfectly cooked and washing up all the pots and pans afterward with a reservation at one of these open-for-the-holiday hot spots.
For a fun evening of games and good food with family and friends, 710 Bowling is a favorite among Grand Strand locals and vacationers alike. And, as a guest at North Beach Plantation, you are within a 10-minute drive of the entertainment hot spot.
The North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex is a beautiful multi-use facility that is home to a range of different events throughout the year, from concerts to athletic tournaments. The complex has eight regulation soccer fields, four regulation youth baseball/collegiate softball fields and two high school/collegiate baseball fields that can be converted to youth baseball/collegiate softball fields based on demand, as well as batting cages and a 25-acre lake for outdoor boating and water activities.
Flea markets can be a fun way to take advantage of the beautiful fall weather while grabbing some great deals on hard-to-find treasures. To help guests at North Beach Plantation to work the Myrtle Beach flea markets like a pro, we’ve put together the following tips.
The summer season may be over, but there is still plenty of fall fun to be had for guests at North Beach Plantation. Are you already missing all the fresh seafood and the coastal atmosphere? The Little River ShrimpFest is an event that definitely makes it worth coming out to the coast for the weekend. Now in its 12th year, the annual event’s 2016 edition is scheduled for the weekend of October 8 and 9, and it is a fantastic gathering.
Being on vacation is fantastic, but sometimes getting to your vacation destination can be a real headache. For guests at North Beach Plantation, however, flying in and out of the newly renovated Myrtle Beach International Airport is now much easier and more convenient.
There is a great new option for guests at North Beach Plantation who are planning to head into Myrtle Beach for a meal or drinks on the town. American Tap House is open for business! Having celebrated its official grand opening celebration in early September, American Tap House is looking forward to becoming a staple part of the Myrtle Beach foodie culture. The new business styles itself as a gastropub, serving excellent food and offering a huge selection of craft beers to go with it.
We’ve got spirit, yes we do — it’s football season at CCU! That’s right, Coastal Carolina University is warming up for another season on the field, and if you’re going to be at North Beach Plantation over the weekend this fall, you might want to take in a game.
Labor Day Weekend is almost here! It’s the last big weekend of the summer season, and there is no better way to bid summer farewell than by coming down to North Beach Plantation and enjoying the weekend festivities around Myrtle Beach.
With the summer season coming to an end and the weather finally cooling down, things are just starting to heat up in Myrtle Beach. There are so many great reasons to visit North Beach Plantation in the fall.
North Beach Plantation offers luxurious amenities across the board for the pleasure and enjoyment of guests, and there is no better illustration of this than a tour of all the different swimming pools that are part of the resort.
If you’re hoping to get in a round (or five) of golf during your stay at North Beach Plantation, you’re in luck! In Myrtle Beach, golfers of every skill level can find a course that’s fun to play. Here are five amazing choices for a day on the links, all within four miles of the resort:
The summer is coming to a close, and whether you pass its final days sunning on the beach or partying the night away, Labor Day Weekend is the perfect time for a beach vacation. There is no better way to say goodbye to one season and welcome the next than by enjoying the beautiful accommodations at North Beach Plantation in North Myrtle Beach!
The Grand Strand’s newest attraction is a must-do for adventure-seeking vacationers. Located only a short drive from North Beach Plantation, Greg Norman Jr.’s Shark Wake Park is a cable wakeboarding park — the first full-size cable water sports park in South Carolina, in fact.
In the age of cellphones, the internet and social media, finding a fun way to connect with your children can be a tricky proposition. But one of the most popular generational bridges also happens to be one of Myrtle Beach's specialties — golf.
Delicious, fresh seafood meals are one of the delights of a seaside vacation. When it comes to satisfying their seafood craving, guests at North Beach Plantation can suit nearly any taste. The resort itself offers a variety of options, from the casual pool grill and swim-up bar to the elegance of an evening at 21 Main Prime Steak House. If you’re feeling more adventurous, there are restaurants of every description enticing you into the town of Myrtle Beach. Making a selection from among so many delectable options can be difficult, but if you’re looking for the best oysters in town, here is a short list to make the decision a little easier!
Whether you’re looking forward to making a splash in the water, playing tennis with friends or just relaxing with a good book, your vacation at North Beach Plantation offers an opportunity to spend time outdoors enjoying the resort’s beautiful beaches and outdoor activities. With so much to do and see outside, it’s important to protect your skin from excessive sun exposure so you don’t get sidelined from the fun with a painful sunburn.
The Grand Strand offers many ways to get out onto the beautiful area waters — and its proximity to these waters is one of the many reasons people love to vacation at North Beach Plantation. Resort guests can enjoy a picturesque trip down the Intracoastal Waterway, a Las Vegas-style gambling cruise on the Atlantic Ocean or a romantic sunset cruise in the calm waters of Murrells Inlet without having to travel far. Here is a sampling of three of the most popular cruises the Grand Strand has to offer:
When visiting North Myrtle Beach, it’s a no-brainer that you’re going to want to spend some time building massive sand castles, lying on the beach with a cool drink and swimming in the surf. But the possibilities for adventure in and around the water certainly don’t end there. There are plenty of other ways to explore South Carolina’s beautiful coastline and the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
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With fireworks and family-friendly festivities planned throughout the Grand Strand, there are few better places to celebrate our nation’s independence this Fourth of July than in beautiful North Myrtle Beach.
With so many creeks, inlets, ponds, lakes and rivers — not to mention the Atlantic Ocean — located in the Myrtle Beach area, one of the biggest challenges fishing enthusiasts face here is deciding just where to cast a line. The angling-related questions most frequently asked by North Beach Plantation guests revolve around how can they fish out in the Atlantic and which area piers offer fishing passes. Here, we offer a few suggestions related to these questions, as well as some important information to help ensure you have an amazing fishing excursion while visiting Myrtle Beach.
Even the most extravagant of spenders like to find deals, and the flea markets in the Myrtle Beach area are just the place to strike it rich. If you’re looking for massive savings, then come on down and save. Here’s the scoop on some of the top flea markets within a short drive of North Beach Plantation.
Guests at North Beach Plantation have virtually everything they need on the resort premises — the beach, a spacious oceanfront pool deck, fine dining at 21 Main and a full-service pampering palace in the Cinzia Spa. Besides going sightseeing to explore all the great things the Grand Strand has to offer, the only real reason to leave the property is to go on a shopping spree. The good news is you don't have to travel very far to find some of the best shopping on the Strand, and you can cover a lot of ground in one retail therapy session. With shopping options surrounding North Beach in every direction but that of the Atlantic Ocean, it's close and convenient to hit a wide variety of retail centers in the neighborhood. Here are five of our favorites:
Pop quiz: Which North Myrtle Beach resort is a multiyear recipient of AAA's Four Diamond Award, has the No. 1-rated swim-up bar in the U.S. on a spacious oceanfront pool deck, and offers luxurious oceanfront accommodations and amenities like the on-site 21 Main Prime Steakhouse & Sushi Bar and the full-service Cinzia Spa? If you said North Beach Plantation, you are correct. Now that you’ve discovered the best place to stay for your North Myrtle Beach vacation and proven yourself a quiz whiz, it's time to test your knowledge with a fun-filled night of trivia at one of the many local restaurants and bars that host Team Trivia. Put your heads together with friends and family members, and put all that useless information to work for a fun night out. Many bars offer trivia contests during the happy hour or early evenings, so it's a great way to start out a night on the town. Compete against other teams for prizes, and you might even make a few new friends over some good-natured competition. The Grand Strand offers chances to play trivia six nights a week, with many of the host venues a short distance from North Beach. Here's a schedule of Team Trivia events in the area.
Your wedding should be perfect, so why not hold it at North Beach Plantation, the perfect place for weddings on the Grand Strand? Located on a 7.5-acre "island" in North Myrtle Beach, this AAA Four Diamond Award-winning resort provides the ideal setting, facilities, resources, accommodations and amenities you need to host the wedding and reception of your dreams. North Beach's charm and suitability as a top wedding destination becomes evident as you arrive on the property and cross the bridge over the tidal creek that separates the resort from the mainland. You quickly realize you are entering a different world, one where luxury and elegance abound and the beauty of the oceanfront serves as a scenic backdrop for your special day.
One of the best things about staying at North Beach Plantation is that you can enjoy your entire vacation without ever leaving the resort. Featuring first-class accommodations and amenities — like our spacious oceanfront pool deck and award-winning swim-up bar, fine dining at 21 Main and a full-service spa and salon at Cinzia Spa — North Beach is really among the best places to be on the Grand Strand. But guests who love to go exploring — even beyond all the great attractions, shopping, dining and nightlife the Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach areas have to offer — are still in the right place. Within a 60-mile radius of North Beach, you’ll find some unique locations that seem a world away from mainstream Myrtle Beach. Here are five of our top recommendations for day-trip destinations:
If the official start of spring is called the vernal equinox and the first day of summer is known as the summer solstice, what do you call the day midway between those two meteorological events? The sumnal solstinox? The vermer equistice? The locals and visitors to North Myrtle Beach have a much better name for it — Mayfest on Main. With the 11th annual celebration set for Saturday, May 7 — exactly midway between the official starts of spring and summer — Mayfest on Main signals the unofficial start of the most fun and sunny days in downtown North Myrtle Beach with a big one-day blowout.
Guests at North Beach Plantation are conveniently located amid a sea of excellent Grand Strand seafood restaurants, including the area’s best place for surf and turf only steps away from your room. Like North Beach Plantation, 21 Main Prime Steakhouse and Sushi Bar is a multi-year winner of AAA's exclusive Four Diamond Award, so there's no need to leave the premises to find the highest quality in town. Serving in-house-aged prime steaks, creative sushi rolls and fresh-catch specials in an elegant fine-dining environment, 21 Main attracts surf and turf lovers from all over the Grand Strand — so you owe it to yourself to at least once feast at 21 Main. But for those who want to take their taste buds on a tour, you don't have to travel far to find some great seafood. From Restaurant Row to the Little River Inlet, and from seafood shacks and all-you-can-eat buffets to upscale eateries and sushi bars, North Beach Plantation is literally surrounded by outstanding seafood restaurants. Here are five of our favorites:
North Beach Plantation guests prefer the finer things in life, like staying at the best resort on the Grand Strand and attending the concert event of the year at the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in downtown Myrtle Beach. And if you think things can't get much finer than that, you can also win two free tickets to the show, courtesy of North Beach. The inaugural Carolina Country Music Festival brought more than 50,000 fans to the Myrtle Beach downtown district to see some of the biggest names in country music last year. Back by popular demand, the encore performance is scheduled for June 10-12 on the 18-acre site that was once home to the historic Myrtle Beach Pavilion and continues the tradition with a lineup that includes Country Music Association award-winning acts like Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Florida Georgia Line — and those are just the headliners. Other acts include Cole Swindell, Jake Owen, A Thousand Horses, Kelsea Ballerini, Michael Ray, Maren Morris, Chris Lane, Kane Brown, Joe Nichols, Chase Bryant, Lauren Jenkins and more artists to be announced.
People come to the Grand Strand for fun in the sun, but there are also plenty of good times to be had when the weather doesn't cooperate. Guests at North Beach Plantation can stay on the resort and enjoy a wide range of indoor activities, like the indoor pool and lazy river and the on-site Cinzia Spa. But for those who prefer to go off property and explore all the great indoor activities the Myrtle Beach area has to offer, here's a list of our favorite rainy-day pastimes on the Strand:
The true flavor of the Grand Strand, at least in literal terms, is a little salty with a slight hint of sand. But add some local grapes and native fruits to the mix, let it ferment, and the taste of the Carolina coast comes alive in an abundance of unique wines. When it comes to making wine, the Grand Strand is a well-kept secret of award-winning vintages and labels. Guests at North Beach Plantation are fortunate to be staying in the area's de facto wine country. Located just outside the gates of North Beach are two wineries, and three operating vineyards are just a short drive away along the Carolina border. Here's a look at the highlights you can hit during your own personal wine tasting tour of the north end of the Grand Strand:
Enjoy the best of both worlds by spending the Easter holiday at North Beach Plantation in North Myrtle Beach, where you can continue the familiar traditions from back at home while also experiencing the adventures of something new and different on your vacation. It all adds up to a memorable Easter retreat at the Grand Strand's finest resort and nicest neighborhood. Relax in the lap of luxury at the AAA Four Diamond award-winning North Beach Plantation, where world-class accommodations and amenities make it tempting to spend your entire visit on our beautiful 7.5 acre property. But with so many family festivities and Easter events taking place only a short distance away from the resort, guests can also find fun of all kinds and for all ages. Whether you are looking for some familiar holiday events or something completely different, North Beach Plantation and North Myrtle Beach have you covered. Here are some of the memory-making ways to spend the Easter holiday at North Beach:
A vacation spent at North Beach Plantation means only one thing – a luxury getaway through and through. From the amenities provided at North Beach, to the exclusive coastal beachfront, there is nothing that could supplement a luxury vacation on the Grand Strand than a round at one of the premier golf courses only accessible to guests. For the golf-portion of your vacation, look to these three elite courses and facilities, just minutes away, as a place to start:
St. Patrick's Day comes early this year in North Myrtle Beach, but the celebration is right on time. Despite falling five days before the actual holiday, the North Myrtle Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival features great family fun and good times for grown-ups unlike many of the same-day festivities held on the Grand Strand and throughout the Carolinas. Commemorating its 28th anniversary, the March 12 North Myrtle Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival is a time-honored tradition as well as a rite of spring on the Strand. An estimated 30,000 revelers are expected to join in the free festivities, which run all day Saturday and are followed by plenty of all-night after parties in the Horseshoe district.
The North Myrtle Beach area that surrounds North Beach Plantation offers scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, but there are a few places you can't get to on foot and are best reached on hoof. And there is no better vista of the beaches, wetlands and woodlands of North Myrtle Beach than from high in the saddle aboard a horse. Offering private beach rides, waterway trail tours, and even pony rides for the little ones, Inlet Point Plantation in North Myrtle Beach provides highly trained horses and professionally guided tours of the property and the surrounding trails. Everyone from beginners to experienced pros can find the adventure to meet their comfort level at Inlet Point.
Super Bowl parties have become as much about food and drinks as the game itself. During a three-hour football game and endless commercials, Americans consume insane amounts of the least healthy food on the planet, washed down by mass quantities of beer and soda. Ironic that a celebration that revolves around an athletic event has become a display of gluttony on greasy, cheesy foods. It doesn't have to be that way, especially with the explosion in healthy dining options that have sprung up on the Grand Strand in recent years. Go out to a restaurant or bar that offers less traditional yet more nutritional dishes, or enjoy the big game on-site in your room or cottage at North Beach Plantation. You don't have to serve pizza, hot dogs and chicken wings to throw a proper Super Bowl party. Check out these restaurants and stores for a healthy and tasty Super Bowl feast:
Guests at North Beach Plantation rarely want to leave the property. With elegant oceanfront accommodations, award-winning amenities and on-site luxuries like Cinzia Spa and 21 Main Steakhouse and Sushi, everything you need for a wonderful vacation experience is only steps away from your door. Some guests spend their entire stay on the beach or on the premises. But for those who want to go out and about to experience all the great things the Grand Strand has to offer, the best way to travel is in first class. Leave the driving to the professionals while you relax and enjoy your vacation.