It doesn’t have to be Friday night nor does the sun have to be down for the Strip in Myrtle Beach to get hot. It’s hot all the time. Extending from 14th Avenue North to Second Avenue North, this portion of Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach is affectionately referred to as, the Strip and, it’s the place to be.
On the Strip, there are different strokes for different folks. Thousands of tourists walk, cruise, and/or jog the Strip on any given day at any given hour… all in the name of a good time. It’s the portion of town that never sleeps. To be where the action is, is to be stayin’ on the Strip.
Novelty shops, restaurants, attractions and thousands of tourists who come from near and far align the strip, making it the most popular place to visit in Myrtle Beach. On one end of the Strip there’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum and, on the other end, there’s the new SkyWheel. In between there’s nightclubs, bars, restaurants, beachwear shops, novelty shops and a haunted house. The new Boardwalk parallels the Strip on the oceanfront. The newly opened, Banditos Mexican Cantina, offers live entertainment daily and the City of Myrtle Beach sponsors the Hot Summer Nights concert series at Plyler Park which is located on the Strip. Just walking along the Strip provides hours of things to see and do.
And, there’s quite a few Myrtle Beach Hotels on the Strip. Consequently, it’s a popular area in which to stay. From high-end to downright cheap, every caliber of lodging can be found. Condominium resorts, hotel rooms, oceanfront suites, oceanview rooms, across-the-street motels, it’s all there. To help you sift through what’s available, visit Myrtle Beach Hotels.
The Strip is just what the name implies a long, thin slice of Myrtle Beach but cut with a jagged edge of excitement and surprise.