Hiking and biking are just two of the many activities that are available by your condo rental in Myrtle Beach, but they are also two of the best. With pristine beaches, untouched coastlines and beautiful forests, there are plenty of opportunities for great hikes and bike rides with fabulous views.
Huntington Beach State Park
Huntington Beach State Park offers opportunities to participate in hiking and biking activities close to Myrtle Beach rentals. This beautiful park has plenty of activities and trails to see you through an entire day of fun. Huntington Beach offers trails through both freshwater and saltwater marshes, bird watching trails and other trails alongside well protected and preserved beaches and forest locations. This State Park is also located a leisurely 16 miles outside of Myrtle Beach, so you can enjoy a little bit of beauty away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Little Pee Dee State Park
All but forgotten, Little Pee Dee State Park brings you back to the lazy days of summer. Located just outside the busy city of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and just mere minutes from condo rentals, this park "moves as slow as the river that shares its name." Enjoy the beautiful scenery by making your own biking and hiking trails around the park, or enjoy the provided nature trail.
If you don't mind, or even revel in the fast pace of the city, you may want to try a ride along the beach through the town itself. Renting a bicycle is much cheaper than renting a car, and offers a way to not only see the ins and outs of everything you want to see, and probably things you didn't, but it offers a great way to get exercise and fresh air while doing so. Waccamaw Neck, a scenic drive, can also be a beautiful bike ride. At more than 20 miles long, there are plenty of stops along the way for resting or just enjoying the great scenery that Myrtle Beach has to offer.
Because of the high number of visitors to the area, and its tourist nature, you may want to check with the city to see their specific bike regulations, including areas where bikes are prohibited as well as regulations and rules for riding at night.
If biking means something a little more rowdy to you, in perhaps the form of a motorcycle, Myrtle Beach also hosts a Bike Week in the late spring or early summer each year where participants can show off their bikes and connect with others who share their biking interests.
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