Do you want to experience the local wildlife and enjoy the beautiful weather Myrtle Beach has to offer? Don’t miss visiting our nearest Parks. There are 6 Parks within driving distance of Tilghman Beach and Golf Resort. We have listed the parks with a brief description of each below:
This Park is located in 2108 North Ocean Blvd in Cherry Grove. The park is on the Ocean at 22nd avenue North. It is only a 6 minute walk from our Resort. This wonderful little Park offers access to the beach as well as the comfort of restrooms, picnic and common areas. Parking is limited to two handicap spaces but off site public parking can be found at and near the Sea Mountain street end.
Park amenities Include:
- Beach Showers
- Large open lawn,50 feet by 65 feet
- ADA Handicap beach access
- Picnic area with small tables under gazebo
- Swings and benches
- Naturalized landscape
- Wind Turbine
McLean Park is located at 93 Oak Drive in North Myrtle Beach. The Park is 1.7 miles south of our Resort. It is known to locals and visitors alike as the most beautiful park in the community, Mc Lean Park is a 10 acre park with a two acre lake. It is located in the heart of the city. The park is the site of many of the Parks and Recreation Departments special events. All three of Mc Lean Parks picnic shelters, gazebo and meditation garden are available for reservation.
The Park includes
- Paved walking path with fitness trail
- 2 lighted hard surface tennis courts
- 3 picnic shelters
- Meditation Garden
- Gazebo overlooking 2 acre lake.
North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex offers a diverse selection of sport event facilities that are easily accessible and can accommodate a range of activities – such as baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, quidditch, and flag football. Here is a list of facilities they have to offer:
- 4 regulation youth baseball/collegiate softball fields
- 2 regulation high school/collegiate baseball fields (can be transformed to regulation youth baseball and collegiate softball fields)
- 8 regulation soccer/lacrosse fields
- 8 batting tunnels
The sport facilities also come equipped with a wide selection of amenities that will add value, fun, comfort and ease to your sporting event or tournament, such as:
- umpire/official rooms
- misting fans in each dugout
- concessions areas
- 7 picnic shelters
- 3 playgrounds
- walking/bike trails
- 3 acre dog park
- 25 acre lake for water-related activities
- 10 acre meadow and much more
The Park and Sports Complex is open from 6:30 am until 9:00 pm daily and is located 3 miles from our Resort.
This large recreation area is located in the Myrtle Beach community, right across the highway from the Market Common development. Several ponds, playgrounds, athletic fields, picnic shelters, and a gymnasium are located here. You’ll even find a roller hockey rink! Come here to relax and explore, or get a workout.
Features and Facilities
- Picnic tables, shelters
- Walking paths
- Bicycling trails: Paved
- Baseball / Softball fields
- Soccer fields
- Football fields
- Drinking water
- Public Restrooms
- Dogs Allowed
- Hours of Operation: Daylight hours
- Admission or Parking Fee: Free
Grand Park at Market Common is located 27.3 miles from our Resort.
A sweeping Grand Strand beach, pristine and wide open, stands as one of the most recognizable South Carolina landmarks. Revel in sea-breeze camping, the finest surf fishing South Carolina has to offer and some of the top bird-watching on the East Coast. That’s not all Huntington Beach State Park has to offer.
There are also South Carolina landmarks such as Atalaya, the picturesque, Moorish-style winter home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, philanthropist and sculptor, respectively, who left the park and adjacent Brookgreen Gardens as their legacy.
Nature lovers also will enjoy the park’s Nature Center and wide variety of programming, including the chance to see loggerhead turtles and other endangered plant and animal species up close. The park’s freshwater lake is a sure-fire place to see alligators and sometimes even a mink or two.
Art lovers, meanwhile, flock by the thousands to the prestigious, juried Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival held each September in and around the former home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington.
HOURS AND ADMISSION
Admission : $5/adult; $3.25/ S.C. Senior; $3/youth age 6-15; Free for children 5 and younger.
Atalaya admission: $2 per entry to the house for visitors ages 6 and up. Children 5 and under admitted free. This fee is in addition to the park entry fee, to help preserve and protect Atalaya.
Guided Atalaya Tours: Guided tours of Atalaya are offered March 1 – Oct. 31
Atalaya Hours: 9am-5pm, daily, year round. PLEASE NOTE: Atalaya will be closed on the following dates in 2016: Sept. 22, Oct. 28 – Oct. 31.
Nature Center Hours: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday closed Monday.
Office Hours: 9am-4:30pm
The Park is located 39.5 miles south of our Resort.
Along the far-reaching stretch of Grand Strand coastline, Myrtle Beach State Park sits nestled among oceanfront maritime forest. A quiet, and surprisingly green, escape from the otherwise bustling beach, the park provides educational opportunities, a nature trail and some of the best surf fishing South Carolina has to offer as well as stunning ocean views and another great fishing spot on Myrtle Beach pier.
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HOURS AND ADMISSION
Admission : $5 adults; $3.25 SC seniors (age 65 & older);
$3/ child age 6-15; Free for children 5 and younger.
Additional charges apply for pier fishing, overnight camping and certain park programs.
Days and Hours of Operation : Daily 6am-10pm, March-Nov.; Daily 6am-8pm, Dec.-Feb.
Enjoy fishing or crabbing from the pier or surf fishing for flounder, king mackerel, whiting, trout, spots, Spanish mackerel, drum and blues. Learn how to identify some of the common fish and crabs caught off of the pier and the rules and regulations associated with certain fish and crabs.
Fishing rod rentals: Fishing rods can be rented from the pier gift shop for $7.50/day. A refundable $25 deposit is required for each rod rented. Rods must be returned an hour before the pier gift shop closes.
Fishing Pier : The park has a fishing pier that stretches out into the Atlantic Ocean for prime fishing. You DO NOT need a South Carolina fishing license to fish from the pier; however, you do have to pay for daily fishing. Costs for pier fishing are as follows: daily: $5 age 16 and older; $3.25 SC senior 65 and older; $2.50 children ages 6-15; free ages 5 and under.
OTHER AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES
- Wireless Internet Access : Complimentary wi-fi is available throughout the campground, at the Ranger Station and at the pier gift shop for park guests.
- Playground Equipment : Yes
- Picnic Shelters : Yes
- Playground : The park has three playgrounds for visitor use. One is located in the main picnic area, another behind shelter #1 and one in the campground between circles three and five.
- Swimming Area with Lifeguard : Horry County lifeguards are stationed on the beach north of the pier from mid-May until mid-Sept.
- Swimming : Swimming is permitted anywhere in the Atlantic Ocean at your own risk.
- Bird Watching : Bird watching is a popular activity at the park. A birding list is available in the Nature Center. Great times for bird watching include the spring and fall migration periods.
- Geocaching : Geocaching is permitted. Several geocaches are located on the park. For more information visit the official geocaching website.
- Biking : Yes
- Other Facilities and Activities : A recreation area has horse shoes and bocce ball for overnight guests near the Nature Center. A cornhole game is also located beside the ranger station. Equipment for the games is located inside the ranger station.
- EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES
- Equestrian Trails : Beach access is available beginning the third Saturday in November and continues through the last day of February for horseback riding. There is a $25.00 permit for each horse that enters the park. The permit is only for the horse. The daily admission still applies.
- Walking/Nature Trails : The Sculptured Oak Nature Trail provides a rare opportunity to see one of the last stands of maritime forest on the northern coast of South Carolina.
- Biking Trails : You may bike on the nature trail and throughout the park, as long as you are careful and obey traffic rules. Please use caution when encountering walkers. There are restrictions during the summer months for riding bikes on the beach.The Park is located 22.8 miles south of our Resort in Myrtle Beach