Myrtle Beach Piers
Cherry Grove Fishing Pier
Myrtle Beach piers starts from Cherry Grove Beach Pier which is 985 feet long fishing fun for the entire family.
One of the biggest, 1,780 pound tiger shark was caught at this pier. You can always get a good spot to fish and relax, listen some interesting stories from local fisherman.
The pier house is a good place to get a snack and to shop. The gift shop has full line of fishing gear, rod rentals and sales with right bait and tackle, along with souvenirs, T-shirts, beach accessories and cold beer.
You can pretty much buy any equipment you need for fishing, but you can save money if you just bring your own. You don't need to purchase any fishing license.
All State ant County permits and fees that allow you to fish from the pier are included in your paid admission.
For those who don't care about fishing, there is a 2-tier viewing deck with gorgeous view of the ocean and surrounding area.
Prices: $1.00 a person to walk. With your own rod, a one day fishing pass is $7 for the first rod, and $6.50 for each additional rod.
Rod rentals are $20 before 3PM and $10 after 3PM (with a $50.00 deposit), and include your 1 day fishing pass.
Crab Nets are $6.50 per net per day.
Season passes $175 per rod, King passes are also available. Call for more information. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Hours: The Pier is open 6AM-2AM, 7 days a week during June, July and August. They are closed for the months of December and January. All the other months open Sunday till Thursday 6AM-10PM, Friday and Saturday 6AM til midnight.
Address: Cherry Grove Fishing Pier, 3500 N. Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582.
Phone: (843) 249-1625.
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Apache Campground Pier
The Apache Campground Pier is 1,206 ft., one of the longest fishing pier on the East Coast. You can see a huge variety of sea birds, playing dolphins, maybe even a sea turtle.
Some nice summer evenings they have a life music bands playing at the middle of the pier, under a huge yellow canopy, where you'll also find a dance floor to enjoy the music. When you need a break from dancing, it's a full range of drinks and refreshments are available for purchase.
You can have good time with your date and don't forget, this is all happening about 600 feet from shore. The fishing pier also has a gift shop and a seafood restaurant, where buffet price at night is around $9, what is very cheap. If the food runs out on the buffet, they even lower the price.
Enjoy the outstanding view of the Atlantic ocean and Myrtle Beach coastline from 1/4 mile pier.
Checkout the music schedule, make sure you have all the fishing gear and dancing shoes, so you can have maximum fun experience on the Apache campground pier.
Prices: At the gate, you'll have to pay $2 for parking; to walk on a pier $1, (12 years and under Free); Fishing pass $8.50, (12 years and under $4); You can rent a rod for $20.65, that's included fishing pass and bait, if you rent a rod you'll have to leave $35 deposit.
Discounts apply for guests of Apache Campground. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Hours: summer hours, 6AM-11PM (sometimes open till midnight); winter hours, (October - May) 8AM-8PM.
Address: 9700 Kings Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, (Pier located in Apache Campground).
Phone: (843) 497–6486.
Myrtle Beach piers - it's all about having a good time.
Pier 14 is a fishing pier in Myrtle Beach downtown area, with a restaurant of the same name located there. You can go there to fish, or just sit down, enjoy nice meal and watch people fishing.
The restaurant is offering you mostly fresh seafood on the menu, with lunch priced at $6-$10, and dinner around $15-$20 for most dishes. In summer some evenings they have live entertainment in the restaurant.
You'll find a little shop on a pier offering a full line of sports accessories and plenty of small gifts. Fishing passes and rentals are good for the entire day, so you can leave the pier, if you like, and come back later without paying again. Pier 14 is cheaper than most of the other piers in the area and you can walk the pier without having to pay.
Prices: FREE to walk on the pier. Daily fishing pass $6; Weekly fishing pass $30; Yearly fishing pass $75;
Locals daily pas (Must have South Carolina Drivers License) $3. No further discount applies with weekly and yearly passes to locals:
To rent a pole, you will need a pass, plus $6 rental fee, plus $20 Deposit which you will get back when you return the pole and reel unbroken.
Bait Prices: bag of 3-4 Mullet Fillets $5; Shrimp 5oz $2.25, 8oz $3.50; Squid 6oz $2.25, 1lb $6; Bloodworm Alternative $10. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Hours: in summer open every day 6AM-1AM; off season weekdays open 8AM-7PM, Friday and Saturday 8AM-11PM; they are closed from November til February.
Address: Pier 14, 1306 Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Pier phone: (843) 448-6500
Restaurant phone: (843) 448-4314
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Second Avenue Pier
Second Avenue Pier is a great place to go fishing, or have fun for all family.
This 906 feet long pier offering you oceanfront restaurant with a bar, they have plenty meal choices on menu, or you can just enjoy cocktail with beautiful Atlantic Ocean view.
Gift shop full of beach accessories and souvenirs from Myrtle Beach. Tackle shop has just about everything you need for a fishing on the pier. If you stay at the Lighthouse motel, fishing is free for all guests, also 10% discount at the restaurant.
Dogs are not allowed to walk on the pier, for their own safety. You may bring up to one six pack of beer in a cooler with you.
They don't sell weekly fishing pass, because sometimes weather can change very quick and without notice.
During peak season on Wednesday nights they have a fireworks show at 10PM, but the day may change, call them to make sure about time.
Prices: to walk on the pier $1; Daily fishing pass $8; Rod and reel rental $9.65, plus $10 deposit for gear; Bait $5. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Hours: 7AM-10PM, in summer they stay open till 11PM; They are closed between Thanksgiving and Valentines Day.
Address: Second Avenue Pier, 110 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.
Phone: (843) 626-8480.
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Myrtle Beach State Park Pier
Myrtle Beach State Park Pier it's one more beautiful pier in the Grand Strand area. The pier has a gift shop, also includes snacks, bait,tackle and souvenirs.
You are always welcome here to come fishing, or just walk around and enjoy less crowded beach.
Prices: Free to walk on pier with $4.50 park admission; Fishing pass $4.50; You can rent a rod for $4 plus $20 deposit. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Hours: April - October 6:30AM-8PM; November- March: 10AM-5PM.
Address: Myrtle Beach State Park, 4401 South Kings HWY, Myrtle Beach,SC 29575 (Pier located at Myrtle Beach state park, drive three miles south of downtown Myrtle Beach on Hwy business 17, look for park sign on the left).
Phone: (843) 238-5326.
Springmaid Pier is one of the longest Myrtle Beach's pier, 1060 feet long, with a 110 foot T at the end.
The tackle shop is open daily, carriers beach accessories, plenty little souvenirs and gifts, a limited selection of groceries, beverages, health and beauty aids.
Rods rental, fishing tackle and bait, also a yearly fishing pass are available at the shop. Visit the Springmaid pier and enjoy the beautiful view while you fishing.
Prices: to walk on the pier $1 (free if staying at Springmaid); Daily fishing pass $6; Rod rental $8.50 (You'll get a discount, if staying at Springmaid). Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Address: Springmaid Pier, 3200 Springmaid Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.
Phone: (843) 315-7156.
Beautiful Surfside pier is about 850 feet long. Fishing pier offers you a gift shop, tackle shop with bait and ice cream shop.
A fishing license is not required to fish from the pier with paid admission, just like any other pier.
Shark fishing is not allowed. All alcohol must be purchased on the pier, you can't bring your own.
Seafood restaurant is right on the pier with fabulous view. The broiled seafood and prime rib are really good. The staff are very friendly with warm atmosphere.
Prices: to walk on the pier $1; Bottom fishing: $9 daily, $45 weekly, $150 yearly (each fisherman is allowed 2 fishing devices); King fishing: $12.50 daily, $65 weekly, $200 yearly (each fisherman is allowed 2 bottom rods);
Rod rentals: $9 plus $30 deposit. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Address: Surfside Pier, 11 S. Ocean Blvd., Surfside Beach, SC 29575 (located in the small town of Surfside Beach, just south of Myrtle Beach).
Phone: (843) 238-0121.
The Pier at Garden City
The Pier at Garden City it's a place to go and have fun playing games, fishing or enjoy the Atlantic ocean breeze.
You don't even have to pay, if you just like to walk on this 668 ft. long pier. At the end of the pier under the rain shelter, some evenings in summer they offer live music entertainment.
The bar is open so you can get a drink and keep dancing under the stars. The pier arcade have games for whole family. You can win prizes playing skee ball, big haul, wheel of fortune and many other games. The pier cafe and tackle shop are open daily, hours depend on the season.
Prices: Free to walk on the pier; Fishing pass $8, 12 years & under $4; Weekly fishing pass $40; Season Tickets $125 (Mar. 1 - Dec. 31);
Rod rentals $8 plus a $15 deposit. Fishing permits included in your paid admission on Myrtle Beach piers.
Hours: 6AM-9PM; (busy season, on Friday and Saturday the pier is open all night for fishing, everything else on the pier is open till 11PM).
Address: The Pier at Garden City, 110 S. Waccamaw Drive, Garden City Beach, SC 29576 (The Pier is located 8 miles south of Myrtle Beach in Garden City).Myrtle Beach piers, Myrtle Beach piers, Myrtle Beach piers, Myrtle Beach piers.
Phone: (843) 651-9700.
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