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Karon M wrote a review Sep 2020
My favorite part was the walk along the beach to get there! The pier is a great place to snap photos.
Date of experience: November 2019
Heidi F wrote a review Aug 2020
Just moved away from there, Town is split into 2 , sides, pier never got built, some good restaurants, attractions all a Car Ride Away. Murrells Inlet is nice. Weather is Hot.nit an easy family town, nothing to do locally all car rides .some 45 to hour away
Date of experience: August 2020
Mark G wrote a review Jul 2020
Catonsville, Maryland2,003 contributions480 helpful votes
The Surfside Beach Pier currently is not much of a pier due to damage from a recent hurricane. The ice cream shop and gift shop are closed, but the excellent Surf Diner was in operation. There is a barricade that prevents you from going out very far, but you still can get a good view up and down the beach, particularly when eating on the outside tables at the Surf Diner. There are steps from the pier to the beach. As we were leaving, we read that the pier was scheduled for renovations in late 2020.…
Date of experience: June 2020
1 Helpful vote
https://litewallettraveler.com/ wrote a review Jun 2020
22 contributions3 helpful votes
Love Surfside. It’s the quite side of Myrtle Beach. You feel more like a resident then a visitor. Unwinding is a marvelous thing.
Date of experience: July 2019
millerb wrote a review May 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina1,650 contributions139 helpful votes
Surfside Beach is open and looking good. Not crowded and they are following the new normal. The Pier is closed not sure what is going on. But the beach is open and looking good. Pay parking and a restroom.
Date of experience: May 2020
1 Helpful vote