North Myrtle Bch SC 29582
Located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Barefoot Landing is a popular stopover for locals and tourists alike thanks to its variety of family friendly eateries, shops, and thrilling attractions. The large outdoor entertainment complex houses popular attractions like the House of Blues, Alligator Adventure, and Alabama Theatre, as well as over 100 specialty shops, and a variety of premier dining venues.
Parking and Public Transportation to Barefoot Landing
The best way to reach Barefoot Landing is by car, traveling from the north or south on US 17 Business in North Myrtle Beach. There are several large parking lots, free for visitors to the complex.
Best and worst and time to go to Barefoot Landing
The best time to go, year round, is in the late morning around 10 a.m., just after they open all the shops, restaurants, and attractions. The summer season offers longer hours of operation thanks to the numerous visitors to the area. The worse time to go is in the early evening during the fall and winter seasons, the complex closes early. Check their website for a complete list of hours of operation.
Admission to Barefoot Landing
Admission to Barefoot Landing is free; however, there are a few attractions and venues within the complex that do charge an admission fee and/or event fee.
Must see/do at Barefoot Landing
Barefoot Landing offers a great atmosphere for families with a variety of attractions, restaurants, and shops. Take the time to stroll across one or all three of the pedestrian bridges that stretch across the large lake, connecting the different areas of the complex.
Other places to visit near Barefoot Landing
Barefoot Landing is located a few miles north of Myrtle Beach Mall and Tanger Outlet Center, and just south of the Grand Strand Airport.
Insider tip for visitors to Barefoot Landing
During the summer months, stay late into the evening and enjoy the fireworks display they put on every Monday. Check their website for a complete list of dates and times.
Author's bio: Rebecca S. Robertson has called Myrtle Beach home for the past seven years. She has written for a variety of local and national publications.