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Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Vacation Rental at Roxanne Towers Condos

Myrtle Beach Vacation Rental, Roxanne Towers Condo

Nightly Rate from: $96.
Location: 1604 Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.
Details: 1 BR, 1 BA Oceanfront Residence with. 630+/- s.f., Sleeps 4.

Myrtle Beach Vacation Rental Home By Owner, Roxanne Towers Condo

Myrtle Beach Vacation Rental Home

Roxanne Towers oceanfront condo, resort property in Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Completely remodeled beachfront condominium with a spectacular view of the Atlantic ocean from the private balcony and in an ideal location in the center of Myrtle Beach, just 200′ from the Boardwalk and the new Sky Wheel. This community is direct oceanfront, situated in an upscale development, surrounded by beautiful pedestrian walkways, parks, shops, and restaurants. Amenities feature sparkling oceanfront pools, hot-tubs, a lazy river, and a fully enclosed heated indoor pool for year-round enjoyment with 24-hour security…there’s more!

Myrtle Beach South Carolina

Myrtle Beach SC is a popular vacation destination
, golfing destination, retirement community, and family vacation spot. Myrtle Beach has numerous activities for the whole family, like the Carolina Opry, Medieval Times, Springmaid Pier, ice-cream shops, live music, the boardwalk etc. Shop and dine at one of Myrtle Beach's outdoor entertainment complexes, or explore the beaches of the Grand Strand – each with a unique personality. Myrtle Beach is one of the major centers of tourism in the United States because of the city's warm subtropical climate and, of course, the beaches - the area attracts approximately 14 million visitors each year. The Myrtle Beach population is 29k+/- with the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area population 465k+. Take a break, come discover the popular coastal town.

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13 Fun Adventures You Can Have At South Carolina’s Sesquicentennial State Park

Adventures abound in South Carolina all the way from the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean. And while the mountains and the coast are both epic places to explore, there are endless ways to have fun in the other areas of the Palmetto State, too. Sesquicentennial State Park, for example, is centrally located just 11 miles from the state capital and makes a great day trip destination from anywhere in the state. It’s also one of the most underrated state parks in the system.

With so many ways to enjoy Sesquicentennial State Park, you’ll be planning a new adventure in no time!

Note: dogs using the dog park must obtain a permit from the park office, including a photo ID. The park is open year-round. For hours of operation, park entry fee, and more information in general, visit the park’s website.

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