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Bay View Resort

504 North Ocean Blvd · Myrtle Beach SC, 29577 1-888-654-7370

Bay View Resort cannot be held responsible for any trouble you have with your boss for taking so many vacation days. Seriously, our accomodations and golf packages are so good you won't be able to stay away from the nearly 100 championship-level courses in the Myrtle Beach area.

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You Pick The Courses, We Make It Happen!

You Pick The Courses, We Make It Happen!

20% off accommodations and the best golf rates available.

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MB Elite Package

MB Elite Package

Play 3 Rounds among the Elite Golf Clubs in Myrtle Beach.

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The Player’s Choice Package

The Player’s Choice Package

Choose from dozens of Myrtle Beach-area golf courses, and build your own dream custom golf vacation! SAVE BIG with weekday and afternoon rates on the Grand Strand's best courses.

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1 day ago

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Beach Games for Fun in the Myrtle Beach SunThe Grand Strand offers a 60-mile stretch of beautiful seashore and white-sand beaches, which provides the perfect playground for visitors to participate in fun and games during their Myrtle Beach vacation. Bay View Resort is right in the middle of all the action and offers plenty of room for guests to compete in beach games. Here are 10 of our favorite games to play on nature’s sandbox and waterpark: Beach volleyball The indoor version of this sport is a lot more fun when it moves to the beach, giving players lots of sand to bump, set and spike, as well as a nearby ocean for cooling off. There are some beach volleyball nets set up along the coast, but the best places to play are in the city-owned courts on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Bocce Usually played on grass or dirt courts, this Italian-born sport takes on a new twist on the beach. Players take turns rolling their balls at the pallino (a smaller target ball) and score points by being closest. That can be more challenging on the beach, particularly at low tide, where slopes, seashells, tidal pools and even the sea breeze can conspire to make players miss the mark. BucketBall This crowd-pleasing game is best compared to jumbo beer pong, except with big buckets instead of cups and no required drinking. One- or two-person teams stand 30 feet apart behind six buckets arranged in a triangular pattern and filled halfway with water or sand. Teams takes turn throwing tennis balls into their opponents’ buckets, trying to fill them all to get the win. Cornhole This popular tailgate sport is also a hit on the beach, especially at local pool decks and beach bars. Players toss bean bags into the hole of sloped boards to score points. Beach-goers should check out the easier-to-carry beach version called TidalBall – a cross between bocce and cornhole where you dig two holes in the sand and roll balls instead of tossing bags. Fishing Surf fishing can be a relaxing sport – until you hook a big one, and then it’s on. All you need is a fishing license (SCDNR offers discounted weekly permits), surf rod and gear, live bait and a stretch of beach away from swimmers. Visit one of the local fishing piers (Myrtle Beach State Park and Second Avenue Pier are close Bay View Resort o find all your needs in one spot and get closer to the action. Frisbee This toy has come a long way since college kids started throwing pie tins to kill time between classes. Not only is it a great way to relax on the beach with a friendly game of catch, but all sorts of disc sports have evolved from Frisbee, like disc football, Can Jam (similar to connecting on an alley-oop in hoops), and Flick ‘N’ Sticks (trying to knock a plastic cup off tall sticks planted in the sand). Ladder Ball This beach classic requires some assembly to construct the two three-tiered ladders, but the fun is worth the effort. One- or two-person teams take turns tossing bolas (two balls connected by a string), attempting to wrap the rope around a rung on the ladder to score points. Myrtle Ball Mix Myrtle Beach’s favorite pastimes – the beach and golf – and you get this locally invented game that can be picked up at area beachwear stores. Myrtle Ball players bury shallow cups at sand level and try to roll balls into the holes. The color-coded balls and cups hold various scoring combinations. Spike Ball If you see people huddled around in a circle and running around the beach like crazy, odds are they’re playing Spike Ball. Also known as Slammo, Spike Ball sees players bounce a ball off a miniature trampoline in a circular version of handball. Surfing This popular watersport requires a little practice to master, but those who put in the time can’t seem to get enough of it. Experienced surfers just need a board and some waves, but novices can take lessons or attend local camps like Jack’s Surf Lessons to learn how to hang 10 in a hurry. Also try boogie boarding or body surfing to get a feel for the ocean before bouncing up on a surfboard. If you still have the energy after a fun beach workout, it’s a great way to cap a day of fun and games at the beach. ...

Beach Games for Fun in the Myrtle Beach Sun

 

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Around 44 days before I get there

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3 days ago

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Summers are better when you get to vacation oceanfront! 😎🌴🌊 ...

 

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Wish I was there

Counting the days!!! 9 more and I’m there!!!

Wish summer would never end

Oh how i miss you Bayview!... I could really use that hot tub about right now..Not to worry though..Ill be seeing you soon..!!

One more week and I’ll be there 💕

Wish i was there.....miss it

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3 days ago

Bay View Resort

Waking up here isn't a want, but a need! 😍💕 ...

Waking up here isnt a want, but a need! 😍💕

 

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I Love BayView Resort. Me and my boy stayed Spring Breaks 2016-2018 and had a wonderful time!

Waoo gracias muy lindo lugar

I've stayed 3x and loved it every time

Hopefully in the spring 2020

Stay there every time we go to Myrtle beach

We will be in a matter of time

Yes ....

It is a Need!

Isabel Soriano mire ,, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️súper limpio , los precios comodos y muy bonito!!

Can't wait!!!

Sure is.....

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4 days ago

Bay View Resort

What is your favorite activity to do in Myrtle Beach?

Take a ride on the Skywheel 🎡
Show off your putt-putt skills ⛳️
See your favorite sea creatures at Ripley's Aquarium 🧜‍♀️
Cruise down a roller coaster at Family Kingdom 🎢Whether it's fun in the sun or good times in the nighttime, Myrtle Beach has you covered. RELATED: These amusement parks were voted best in the U.S. https://...
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Besides shop😂 I love walking the waters edge picking up sea shells. My Sons favorite is getting a jumbo slice of pizza and setting on the grass watching the sky wheel

2nd Ave Pier, lazy river, looking for seashells, just being on vacation 🙂

Hmmm that is a hard one...Eat..lol...boardwalk...... Beach...

Boardwalk

Skywheel

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