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Highlights Garden City (SC)
- Hiking trails
- Seafood feast
- Bird watching
- White sandy beaches
- Live music
- Golf haven
- Fisherman’s hotspot
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In the Garden City area, you can’t get enough of the outdoors thanks to its perfect weather. Garden City is a hub for the good life. There are many outdoor activities to please your group as well as lively nightlife for the after-hours fans. The Pier, in the center of the beach, is where everything’s happening. For more action, you’re just minutes away from the famous Myrtle Beach amusement parks and boardwalks. Perfect for enjoying the rides and stunning ocean views at the same time. And the golfing is spectacular. These rentals are located on or near the seaside so be sure to take an evening stroll to enjoy the stars and crashing waves.Ideal Garden City rentals
Each unit is fully equipped for your comfort with a kitchen and cozy couches for relaxing. Whether you are a couple or large family there are accommodations to fit every group. Most locations include a swimming pool with a jacuzzi and the beach is within walking distance. You can sit on the balcony and sip your coffee while watching the sunrise over the ocean. Or you can hit the greens before it gets hot. Whatever you decide, this is a perfect location to fulfil everyone’s dreams.
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Come to Garden City where you can indulge in all the seafood you can eat at rock bottom prices. You’ve heard of farm-to-table. Well, the Pier is sea-to-table. The fish and seafood are caught fresh in the wee hours of the morning and served to you for lunch and dinner. There’s a great variety to choose from; try the fresh blue crab with drawn butter, oysters, soft shelled crab, and shrimp galore not to mention the awesome fish. Then wash it down with the region’s best craft beers and delicious wines. Most of the beachside offers live music with this wonderful cuisine so get ready to have a blast with your besties.Golfing tours abound
Garden City is part of the Myrtle Beach region of South Carolina. There are over 90 golf courses of which 30 are spectacular. Many golf professionals enjoy off season practice time here, so expect courses that are up to par and challenging. The scenery is also amazing. You can take your family on vacation and enjoy the golf scene while the rest of the family enjoys the myriad of other exciting activities. Then get together in the late afternoon or evening to catch the sunset at the beach and enjoy family friendly nightlife on the beach.
Travelers and activities
If you love having fun, Garden city is the place for you. You’ll be spoiled for choice. Enjoy a first run movie, enjoy a game of pool or bowling, then feast at the grill with your favorite brew at Frank Theatres Cinebowl & Grille. Another hotspot is the Inlet Mini-Golf course where you can enjoy the thrilling caves and waterfalls while attempting to get your hole-in-one. Venture on the Marsh Walk for interesting sights, shopping and good food. Have some coffee at the cafes or hit the seafood restaurants and live music venues. Take your kids to Pirate Adventure at nearby Myrtle Beach where you can cruise the ocean and be boarded by renegades in a mock battle. An adventure not to miss.Garden City for outdoor enthusiasts
Hiking the trails at Huntington Beach Park is a must for any avid wildlife enthusiast. These trails are loaded with a variety of wildlife including large birds. The Pier offers a variety of activities for the whole family, like shark watching and fishing. The nightlife is also hopping with music and great food. And for golf lovers be sure to try your skill at the Tupelo golf course for a challenging round of 18 holes. Garden City is surrounded by beautiful nature, and they have their own beach for you to explore on your holiday. Be sure to check out the ATV trails for thrill-seeking adventures.
The Pier, Garden City’s most famous attraction, was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 before being rebuilt into what it is today.
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Grab a bucket, a large net and bright flashlight and head for the beach after sunset. Ghost crabs can often be found scurrying along the beach in search of food. These iridescent sand-colored creatures are fun to chase because they move very fast. Catching them is a local sport but watch out for the pincers!2. Embark on a self-guided tour through Atalaya Castle
In the 1930s, Anna and Archer Huntington used this castle as their winter home. In 1984 it was added to the National Historic Register to preserve its history.3. Indulge in fresh baked goods
Kudzu Bakery is known for its awesome key lime pie. But they’re also well stocked with wine and fresh sandwiches perfect for a picnic on the beach. The seafood dips are also quite delicious for an appetizer or snack. Everything you need for a perfect day.4. Go for a stroll at Brookgreen Gardens
The paved trails are wonderfully enchanting. Gather your loved ones and go out for the afternoon gawking at the beautiful sculptures and meeting special zoo animals. There are many fountains with flower gardens to meander through as well.5. Watch the frolicking dolphins up close
Go on a dolphin watching tour at sunset. For adrenaline seekers, try the Sea Thunder Cruise. There is fun for everyone on this outing. Dolphins in the wild are naturally entertaining so all you have to do is relax and enjoy the ride.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Garden City (SC)
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Garden City?
Considering the average cost of $356 per night, Garden City lies at the lower end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Garden City?
According to our most recent data, the months that are the cheapest in Garden City are February, March and October, with average prices of $301, $320, and $332, respectively.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Garden City?
Last year, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in Garden City was July, with an average price of $420 per night. This was followed by June, with an average of $388, and then September, with $384.
Is Garden City a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to put Garden City on your bucket list, we suggest planning your travels ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 71% of rentals booked the previous year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
May, December and January are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations available, with an average availability of 60%, 40%, and 37%. However, even during these periods of time, when the availability is the highest, the average is only 46%. So it is still important you always book your vacation early Garden City.
Are there many vacation rentals in Garden City?
We have collected the offers from 3 different providers in Garden City, so we can provide you with around 330 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!