2nd Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach: Captains Quarters Nearby Attractions06/19/2012
At Captain’s Quarters resort they have eliminated the need to ever leave the resort on your vacation in Myrtle Beach. But, only a short walk away lays the historic 2nd Avenue Pier that is more than worth the trip. Located at Ocean Boulevard and 2nd Avenue, it is the longest boardwalk in all of Myrtle Beach and was recently renovated to include delights for every member of your family.
Pick up some poles and bait at the pier tackle shop and experience some of the best fishing on the Grand Strand. From flounder to king mackerel, the pier is known for the wide variety that can be caught there, no matter the season. Wouldn’t it be great to get the kids off the couch and spend the day teaching them to fish? This will definitely be a vacation memory they’ll never forget.
Or you can unwind after a long day at the beach by lounging on a couch overlooking the ocean at the Pier View Open Air Bar with one of their expertly mixed frozen drinks or your favorite cocktail. Munch on one of their gourmet appetizers like the Calabash Crab cakes or the Second Avenue Sliders, mini Angus burgers topped with lump crab, served with house slaw and pickled onion. There is only one word to describe these mouth watering munchies: yum!
But if you’re looking for something more substantial you have to visit the Pier House Restaurant, with beautiful panoramic views of the beach and the pier. What better place to enjoy fresh seafood, like blackened grouper with Creole crayfish cream or Caribbean jerk salmon with tropical slaw and black beans? It doesn’t get much fresher than right off the pier over the Atlantic.
So take break from the beach and take a stroll down to the 2nd Avenue Pier. It’s one of the perks of your Myrtle Beach vacation at Captain’s Quarters. Visit Vacation Myrtle Beach today to find out about the other sights of the pier and book your stay at Captain’s Quarters for the ultimate family vacation.
And Vacation Myrtle Beach guests get buy one get one free walking admissions! Check out the Myrtle Beach discounts page for more information.