Lively Myrtle Beach is the perfect locale for groups of all sizes because of the city’s excellent ocean access and endless water sports opportunities. Together Resorts offers the area’s premier spacious accommodations for groups, reunions, and retreats. Deciding what to do in Myrtle Beach is a hassle, so consider our sage advice and try these three water-based activities during your next retreat to beautiful and sunny Myrtle Beach. These activities are ideal for small groups or those aiming to split up for an afternoon.
Kayak and SUP Tours
There are many local kayak and SUP tour guides in our lovely city, but Kokopelli Surf Camp is the very best. Kokopelli has four excursions: island, salt marsh, sunrise, and sunset. They even offer discounts for groups of six or more! Paddle to scenic Hog Island and shell hunt upon arrival. Common wildlife on these tours are pelicans, crabs, sea turtles, and jellyfish. Each tour launches from Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach. If you’re looking for an unguided adventure with the whole group, Myrtle Beach Paddle Board & Kayak Adventures offer rentals by the hour. Myrtle Beach Adventures has free delivery and pickup!
Reel Action Fishing Charter
If you’re still investigating what to do in Myrtle Beach, seek out the #1 fishing establishment in the area: Reel Action Fishing Charters. Reel Action has a reputation for impeccable service, knowledge, and skilled guides. Book a custom charter for groups of 18 or less. All bait, tackle, and licensure is complementary, and their rates are unbeatable. Choose between a shark, jetties, deep sea, and inshore fishing trips. Shark fishing is a local favorite, but the area is also teeming with flounder, king mackerel, tuna, grouper, sea trout, rays, black sea bass, bull redfish, and many more!
East Coast BrewBoat
A short trek south of Myrtle Beach is one of the area’s top adult-only group activities: the East Coast BrewBoat. Much a like a “pedal pub,” your group will power the BrewBoat by pedaling the vessel. East Coast is one of only nine brew boats in the U.S. You’ll pedal your way through scenic Murrells Inlet, a stunning 13-mile drive south of Myrtle Beach. Groups can book a private charter of 15 guests or less. Each guest brings up to 36 ounces of beer (three 12-ounce beers) or 18 ounces of wine, making it easier to drink responsibly.
What to Do in Myrtle Beach
Together Resorts’ luxurious accommodations are ideal for large family reunions, retreats, sports teams, and meetings. Gather the entire group for an afternoon cookout, a dip in one of our refreshing and clean heated pools, or a trip to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. A retreat to breathtaking Myrtle Beach is what your group needs!