We frequently receive questions about handicap accessible options for visitors of North Myrtle Beach so we’ve listed some information here that may be helpful to guests of our area with disabilities. We would also like to invite you to contact us to share your personal travel tips and experiences so that we may update this post with relevant information that may help other travelers to our area.
In North Myrtle Beach, beach access wheelchairs are available from Memorial Day to Labor Day. These chairs are sturdy and come equipped with an umbrella and large balloon tires that are easy to push through soft sand. For further information call (843) 280-5584.
North Myrtle Beach handicap beach access is available at:
Sea Mountain Highway 17th Ave. South
4th Ave. North 21st. Ave. South
6th Ave. North 46th Ave. South
In Myrtle Beach, beach wheelchairs are available at the lifeguard stands at the following locations, which also offer handicap parking.
27th Ave. North 24th Ave. North
8th Ave. South 72nd Ave. North
8th Ave. North 20th Ave. South
5th Ave. North 54th Ave. North
For more information on wheel chairs for the handicapped, please visit the City of Myrtle Beach Handicapped Accessibility page.
Parking and Parking Meters
Under South Carolina law, anyone with a valid handicapped hang tag or license plate, as well as anyone with a valid Disabled American Veterans or Purple Heart license plate, may park for free at any parking meter in the state.
Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf at Broadway at the Beach has a wheelchair-accessible course (the one through the castle) and features a special putter for users of wheelchairs. If off season, ask for a special seasonal discount. (843) 444-3215.
Exhibits at a go-at-your-own pace, stingrays and crabs to touch, wheelchair accessible.
We want everybody to feel welcome and enjoy the beach. Once again if you have any tips or suggestions please let us know.