Surf & Sun at Myrtle Beach SC

We stayed at the Links Golf & Racquet Club, North Myrtle Beach, SC. The resort offers two-bedroom townhouses. The units are old but clean. They allow smoking in the units, so if you are allergic to smoke, ask for an ionizor at the front desk and take some Lysol spray for the air-conditioner intake. The pool and club house area are clean and great fun for the kids.


Surf & Sun at Myrtle Beach SC

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by FozzieBear on July 14, 2003

Mini-golf, golf, Dixie Stampede, Broadway at the Beach, and the outlet mall.${QuickSuggestions} ${BestWay} Must have a car or motorcycle.

The Links Golf & Racquet Club

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by FozzieBear on July 14, 2003

Best Things Nearby:
Golf, oceanfront, dining, and mini-golf.

Best Things About the Resort:
Beach front cabana and two pools. Clean.

Resort Experience:
North Myrtle Beach is away from the main traffic of the main beach and offers everything you want or need. The units do allow smoking, so if you are a non-smoker, we recommend you ask for an ionizer from the front desk and take some lysol spray for the air-conditioner intake. This really helped to clear up the room in no time.

The units are clean and well kept, even though they are older units, they are quite comfortable. The beds were also comfortable.

There is plenty of dining in the Myrtle Beach area. Seafood buffets are abundent. There are 120 golf courses in the area, and the resort offered opportunities to sign up to play in two different tournaments (for a single player, this is a good way to get in a round of golf and make some new friends).

The resort also has a beach cabana across the street from the ocean. This offers an air-conditioned place to change or shower or use the toilet. Lockers are available, take your own combo lock. Shuttle bus runs to and from the cabana run daily.

Links Golf & Racquet Club
917 Thomas Avenue North
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29582
(843) 361-7102

The Dixie Stampede Dinner Show

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by FozzieBear on July 14, 2003

The Dixie Stampede is a one-of-a-kind experience. We purchased tickets from the resort at a discount for the family night show. The show is excellent! A must see for anyone who has kids, likes live entertainment, and horses. There is expert horsemanship, comedy, singing, and plenty of other excitement.

The food is an "eat with your hands" five-course meal. You won't go hungry. We had to keep reminding the children to keep eating because they were so engrosed in the show. Don't worry, if you can't eat it all, they give you a doggie bag to take it home with you. A truly fun family night out.

Dixie Stampede Dinner Show
8901 North Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
(843) 497-9700

Myrtle Beach State Park

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by FozzieBear on July 14, 2003

The park offers nature hiking and plenty of oceanfront. Dining lodges, bath house, fishing pier. Plenty of parking. Shaded picknicing sites available. Ask the front desk for a park pass and get in free. Located in South Myrtle Beach away from the crowd. Good place to go and get away from the main traffic for a day.
Myrtle Beach State Park
4401 South Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29575
+1 843 238 5325

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