Sasee Kids: Let’s Go Out to Play

By Leslie Moore

Sasee Kids: Let’s Go Out to Play

Sunshine and fresh air are a great combination – pair this with a well designed outdoor space and you have all the ingredients for a perfect afternoon with your children. Our community is filled with lovely parks and Sasee has put together a few to get you started, plus sources to research on your own. Get those kids out of the house!

North Myrtle Beach

Central Park
1400 Outrigger Road

This facility includes restrooms, a handicap accessible playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, walking paths and more.

Heritage Shores Nature Preserve
5611 Heritage Drive

Located on an island, this park extends into the Cherry Grove Marsh, and includes seven acres of walking trails with interpretive signs, picnic shelters and boat dock.

For a complete listing of North Myrtle Beach Parks, visit parks.nmb.us

Myrtle Beach

Carolina Forest Recreation Center
Carolina Forest Blvd.

This well loved park offers sheltered picnic tables, separate playgrounds for older and younger children and is completely fenced in for safety.

Grand Park
Market Common

Park-goers love the playgrounds and fun amenities, including a pond, a walking/running trail and more

For a complete listing of Horry County and City of Myrtle Beach Parks, visit cityofmyrtlebeach.com and parksandrec.horrycounty.org.

Surfside

All Children’s Park
10th Ave. South and Hollywood Drive

This park includes two playgrounds, a picnic area and restrooms and is handicap accessible.

Fuller Park
Surfside and Myrtle Drive

Two lighted tennis courts, a playground, picnic area and restrooms are available.

Pawleys Island

Stables Park
Petigru Drive

This park is still under construction, but has tennis courts and soccer fields ready for use and a lot of space for your kids to run.

Georgetown

East Bay Park
East Bay Street

This lovely park is on Winyah Bay and offers ball fields, playgrounds, a boat ramp and more.

Conway

Riverfront Park
Conway Marina

Enjoy a walk along the scenic Waccamaw River while visiting this nature-themed park. This site is a popular location for family photos and weddings shoots.

About this writer

  • Leslie Moore Leslie Moore is the editor for Strand Media Group. A 25 year resident of Pawleys Island, she is blessed with a life filled with the love of family and friends and satisfying work to do every day.

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