Do you and your family like to enjoy the great outdoors while on vacation? Instead of hitting the beach every single day of the week, why not explore some of the walking trails. Myrtle Beach Resort is a great place to stay as you will be close to some of the best trails in the area. Let’s look below at where you and the family can head to explore some of the walking trails in Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach State Park
Have you and your family ever experienced Myrtle Beach State Park before? If you haven’t then you will be in for a surprise. There are two different trails that your family can explore within the state park. These two are the Yaupon Trail and the Sculptured Oak Trail which are both less than a mile each. Each trail is easy trails as they will be perfect for anyone who is new to hiking or someone who is an expert. Be sure to bring with you on your hike sunscreen, bugspray, a hat, and a camera. You will be able to see many local trees and many different species of birds and wildlife. What a great way to explore the state park with the family and explore these amazing trails too.
Bike & Run Park
If you’re looking for another great park that you can head to for some great walking trails is located at Bike & Run Park. This park is also known to the locals as “The Hulk” because it is located near the Intracoastal Waterway in Carolina Forest. With having 7 miles worth of trails on 70 acres of land, it’s sure to be one of the largest parks in the area. Not only can you bring your bike to ride on one of the many trails, but you can also bring the family too. We promise you that this is one park like you’ve never seen before especially here in Myrtle Beach!
Huntington Beach State Park
Huntington Beach State Park is another great location that you can go to for some great walking trails. Not only will you see plenty of wildlife, but you’ll also be able to view nature as well. Don’t miss the Sandpiper Pond Nature Trail as it has a pond and a deck that you will be able to observe egrets and herons. There is also the Kerrigan Nature Trail that offers you views of a lagoon and we can say it’s quite the view too. Be sure to bring a camera, a hat, sunscreen and plenty of energy to do with the family.
While there are many other fun walking trails that are located in the Myrtle Beach area, these are the few we wanted to share with you. If you haven’t booked your next stay with us at Myrtle Beach Resort, now is the time. We are accepting reservations for stays beginning May 1, 2020 and look forward to seeing you and your family soon!