Myrtle Beach: She’s awfully picturesque.
With smartphones in hand, droves of visitors snap pics of their adventures on the Grand Strand. They’re great for sharing (and getting likes!) And now, you can submit some for the Myrtle Beach scavenger hunt.
What’s your favorite Myrtle Beach moment?
Do you have pics from your must-see places or a new spot? From sunrise to sunset, and everything between, there’s plenty to make you happy on the Grand Strand. Post your photos to flip.to — and see what your fellow Myrtle Beach lovers love here.
Piers: A photo paradise
Great pics, everywhere: Toward the skyline, at the waves, out into the ocean, everywhere. A pier is a perfect place to catch a great shot, and the Grand Strand has nine of them.
We have a few favorites:
This is a traditional stop for many Grand Strand visitors, and it’s got some history. It’s near many oceanfront resorts on the boardwalk. Have a meal and do some shopping while you’re here.
This one is so long they put in a rest stop in the middle! It’s the longest wooden pier on the east coast: 1,206 feet. That’s almost a half mile! You’ll find it on the Apache Family Campground.
Cherry Grove Fishing Pier
Travel to the north end of Myrtle Beach for this fisherman-friendly pier. If the fish aren’t biting, you can get a bite for yourself at the Boardwalk Beach Cafe next door.
Other Myrtle Beach attractions
So many landmarks, but only so much time. Which is your favorite? One of these or another?
The Myrtle Beach Skywheel
Scheduled for a May reopening, SkyWheel is an unforgettable ride high above the Grand Strand. You’ll get lots of chances to snap breathtaking photos from this vantage point.
Broadway at the Beach
Where there’s fun, there are photo opportunities. Among the shops, restaurants, and entertainment here, you can take your pick of a pic. Or several!
Surf’s up. With the family frolicking in the waves, you’re bound to get a great picture. It’s one of the summer’s most popular stops and the biggest of the Grand Strand’s five water parks.
You don’t need a drone for fantastic photos high above Myrtle Beach. When you soar high above the waves on a parasail, you see the beach from a bird’s-eye view.
Places to check out for parasailing
Your adventure awaits. The crew at Ocean Watersports will do all they can to make this experience a memorable one.
The staff here has a great reputation for producing smiles and good times for guests. You’re in good hands! If you’re not quite ready for the parasail but want a water excursion, consider a banana boat ride. Downwind Sails has those, too.
Pretty places at Breakers Resort for pics
Right here on-site at Breakers, there are spots you won’t want to miss to take great photos, such as:
WATER AMENITIES: Find ooh and ahh moments on the oceanfront pool deck and the sunken pirate ship.
COCKTAILS: Don’t forget to snap a pic of your Hornets’ Nest or Hatchet In The Rye from Strong Waters before you sip!
BREAKFAST: Your plate, piled high, from the buffet is a beautiful sight, isn’t it?
VIEWS: Step out onto the balcony, especially at sunrise, to see Myrtle Beach in a beautiful way.
Submit Your Favorite Breakers Resort Photo
Now that you’ve discovered the best places in Myrtle Beach for a quick photoshoot, share your photos with us! Our contests run year-round and winners are announced each season! First place receives a FREE three-night stay and second place gets 50% off a three-night stay!
Make Breakers Resort Your Water Fun Retreat
Everyone needs a nice resort they want to return to year after year. For many, that place is Breakers Resort. You’re right on the ocean and close to all the action, in a clean, spacious room with a view. To learn more about Grand Strand watersports, find the town’s best pizza, and more, check out the Breakers blog and book your stay, today.