7 Best Bike Paths to Ride in Myrtle Beach

Ready to ride? Make sure to bring your bike with you next time you visit Myrtle Beach. Especially in the offseason, the air is cool, and the paths are clear to get your miles in.

 

The Grand Strand boasts a wealth of places to ride.

1. A-10

The Waccamaw Trail Blazers club built this mountain bike trail in Market Commons. It’s named for the A-10 Bomber because it’s rugged yet highly maneuverable. Right next to Barc Park, A-10 cuts through the forest for a tight, cool ride.

Bike in the Woods

2. Grissom Parkway Trail

This multipurpose path is named after former Myrtle Beach mayor Bob Grissom, who died in 1998. Ride on mostly paved trails next to the parkway among other riders and walkers. It winds through neighborhoods, schools, and wide-open areas.

Nature Trail

3. Harrelson Trail

It’s a 3.4-mile trail with endpoints at Harrelson Boulevard and South Kings Highway. It connects to the Grissom Parkway Trail as part of the East Coast Greenway. The trail passes through forests and a lake in the Whispering Pines Golf Course.

Bike Riding in the Woods

4. The Hulk

If you’re into hills and beautiful landscapes, bike on the Horry County Bike and Run Park. It’s not your typical flat Myrtle Beach path and includes a 30-foot climb to begin. Look out for Trail Blazers Mountain Bike Club members along the way if you want to make new friends.

Bike Riding
5. Ocean Boulevard

Take the bike lanes on north and southbound Ocean Boulevard to see the sea as you can from your car. Downtown traffic makes it difficult to get an interruption-free ride through. But it’s got a lot going on to see and do. The Golden Mile part is one of the best you’ll take while in Myrtle Beach.

Bike Rider at Sunrise

6. Perrin’s Path

For a freewheeling experience without traffic, try this 1.2-mile paved path. It’s a no-development stretch of the East Coast Greenway, which runs from Florida to Maine. Follow the trail behind the iconic Pine Lakes Country Club, along with trees and native shrubs.

person Riding Bike
7. Waccamaw Neck Bikeway

Ride more than 18 miles along U.S. Highway 17 from Pawleys Island to Garden City. It’s flat, with 6 continuous miles and a couple of 4-mile parts for cyclists and pedestrians. It’s best to park at Morse Park Landing or Huntington State Park in Murrells Inlet.

Girl Riding Bike on Trail
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