It's important that my content is current and that each of you finds what you're looking for. I like to keep in touch by e-mail, phone or the forum. (You'll also find restaurant recommendations along with shows and entertainment on the forum link.)
I'm a local, and FunBeaches is a one-woman operation. All content and information provided in this Myrtle Beach Guide was written by me (Patricia Blackstock) owner and webmaster. Plan your Myrtle Beach vacation by using the links above.
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The mistakes are all mine. Please contact me (Patricia Blackstock) if you find any
The People of Myrtle Beach (diverse photos) Old Myrtle Beach Nostalgia | Vintage Post Cards and photos | Carousel Horses, 2003 and Herschell-Spillman Carousel | Hurricane Charlie 2004 | Sun Fun 2004| Pavilion "Save the Last Dance" 2006 | Pavilion Final Season |Pedro's South of the Border |World's Tallest Sand Castle June, 2006 |Beach Re-nourishment 2007 | Globes (orbs) from the old Pavilion.| Telephone booths | Driving and Bicycle Tips
What does "local Myrtle Beach guide" really mean? I've heard the term for years and most of the time it's being used to fill space. I'm Patricia Blackstock My husband is Wally Snider. We have been living in Myrtle Beach for 20 years and after all that time we still love everything about our beach.! Through this Myrtle Beach planning guide, I hope to provide everything you need to make 2018-19 the best Myrtle Beach vacation ever!
FunBeaches is a one-woman operation. It has been online since 2000 (and it didn't look much better in 2002.) In spite of its various transformations and formats, and all the mistakes I've made throughout the years, I hope you will find what you're looking for. If you have questions, please feel free to call me.
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From Jennifer S. in Ohio (12/6/17) You really have the best Myrtle Beach guide in Myrtle Beach. Thank you for all you do. We also love your Facebook photos which help keep us connected to our favorite beach.
From M.D.O. in Burlington, NC 11/19/15 "Dear Patricia, I'm the guy who called you last week from our hotel room. We were just laying around wondering what we should do. On a whim, I picked up my phone and and called you. Like your websight said, You asked about the family, the youngeter's ages and what they enjoyed. You were so friendly and helpfuI had to write and say thank you. We could tell you know everything about Myrtle and took your time to be sure the suggestions would be something we wanted to do. We took our boys to pay mini gold and to that UpsidDown building. The woman loved Broadway and Barefoot. But what stands out most is the drive through Garden City to Pawley's Island. It was amazing! We researched Myrtle Beach, but we didn't know these little towns existed. Delightful!! Thank you!
From 4/14/16 Sally M. in Trenton, NJ : Wow! You answered the phone when I called! Thank you so much for taking time to answer my questions and for your suggestions about things to do in Myrtle Beach. It was like having a friend living in a city where we want to vacation..
From 12/10/16 LynnLee in Baltimore, MD : Thank you for taking my call! As I mentioned we have a special needs child and wanted information on family things to do. I would never have known about Savannah's Park if you had not told me. What a wonderful addition to Myrtle Beach.I wish you coud have seen her smile and giggle! It would just break your heart. We also loved your tips on looking for seashells. We did as you suggested and went to one of the beach stores (Eagle, I think) and bout a bag of shells which we scattered around our motel. The "Shell hunt" was successful (even the real shells my husband and I found at the ocean edge.) Our vacation was a delight for us, thanks to you. I never knew you could pick up the phone and call a local! We will be back! God bless you!
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The People of Myrtle Beach | Driving and Bicycle Tips | Vintage Post Cards and photos | Carousel Horses, 2003 and Herschell-Spillman Carousel | Hurricane Charlie 2004 | Sun Fun 2004| Pavilion "Save the Last Dance" 2006 | Pavilion Final Season |Pedro's South of the Border | World's Tallest Sandcastle June, 2006 |Beach Renourishment 2007 | Globes (orbs) from the old Pavilion| Telephone booths (how long will they be around?)