Find family-friendly things to do off Highway 501

From the exciting races at Myrtle Beach Speedway to the challenging golf courses and sunny beaches, the Myrtle Beach area has plenty of fun activities for guests of all ages. Bring your group or family to the Country Inn & Suites to be near Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, which offers delicious meals and jousting knights. If you love to shop, don't miss the Tanger Outlets and Coastal Grand Mall. You can also browse the shops, dine and ride the carousel at Broadway at the Beach, or head to a trade show or festival at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
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Midway Park

500.87 mi / 806.07 km from the hotel
Play tennis, let the kids expend some energy on the playground or just take a walk in the fresh air at Midway Park.

The Market Common

3.74 mi / 6.01 km from the hotel
Featuring upscale shopping, fine dining, a movie theater and a scenic walking trail around a lake, the Market Common boasts nearly 115 acres of beautifully designed streets, walkways and buildings.

Broadway at the Beach

2.92 mi / 4.7 km from the hotel
See a show at one of the theaters, shop the boutiques and visit the amusement area for a ride on the carousel. At night, you can watch the fireworks show over Broadway Lake and then head to Celebrity Square for live music and dancing.

Midway Park

3.68 mi / 5.92 km from the hotel
If you love playing tennis, head to Midway Park, where you can find six lighted courts. There's also a lighted basketball court, a rest area and bathroom facilities.

International World Tour Golf Links

1.56 mi / 2.51 km from the hotel
From Augusta National's "Amen Corner" to the 18th hole at St. Andrews, this unique golf outlet recreates famous golf holes from around the world. Test your skill against the world's best without leaving South Carolina.

Myrtle Beach National

5.16 mi / 8.3 km from the hotel
One of Myrtle Beach's most popular golf destinations, this award-winning complex is home to three 18-hole courses designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer.