Ocean Creek Resort in North Myrtle Beach is a 57-acre paradise for individuals looking to get away from it all; but, it’s also located in the heart of one of the Grand Strand’s most active scenes for those who want to explore.
Featuring fine accommodations that range from hotel-style suites to villas and beach homes and offering such amenities as a large pool deck, game room, tennis and other activities, it’s a perfect base for a Myrtle Beach golf trip.
While Ocean Creek has a plethora of options onsite, given the array of things to do and see just a short drive away, you’ll want to get out and see the town. Here’s a list of some of the highlights just off-site:
* Golf: Some of the best Myrtle Beach golf courses are a Dustin Johnson drive from your luxurious bedroom at Ocean Creek. The four acclaimed courses Barefoot Resort are just across the road and Arcadian Shores Golf Club is less than 10 minutes away.
* Dining: With Barefoot Landing and Restaurant Row just a short distance away, there’s no shortage of dining available to Ocean Creek guests. Greg Norman’s Grill and Fire Island Grill are great for fine dining; Wild Wing Cafe and Flying Fish Market are popular casual dining spots. Try Dick’s Last Resort for something really different – waiters who turn the tables on patrons with good-natured ribbing.
* Entertainment: Barefoot Resort has plenty of fun things to check out, especially live music. The Alabama Theater and the House of Blues are just steps away from one another and offer two very diverse types of shows. Alligator Adventure, a spacious zoo-like park, allows visitors to see wildlife up close and personal.
* Nightlife: The House of Blues can be among the area’s hottest spots depending upon what bands are playing, but check out Bully’s Pub for a round of pool or darts. Another nearby restaurant/bar that transforms into the former at night is Hamburger Joe’s, which draws a nice local crowd after hours.