Cherry Grove Oceanfront Park
Take Ocean Boulevard to two blocks south of Sea Mountain Highway. The Park is on the ocean at 22nd Avenue North.
The latest addition to the City’s Park system this wonderful little park offers access to the beach as well as the comfort of restrooms and picnic and common areas. Parking is limited to two handicap spaces but off-site public parking can be found at and near the Sea Mountain street end.
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Handicap beach access
- Beach showers
- Large, open lawn, 50 feet by 65 feet
- Naturalized landscape
- Picnic area with small tables under a gazebo
- Swings and benches
- Wind Turbine
On November 30, 2010, the North Strand Coastal Wind Team (NSCWT) helped spearhead South Carolina’s first wind turbine added to the electric grid at Cherry Grove Oceanfront Park in North Myrtle Beach by launching the South Carolina Energy Offices’ Wind Energy Education Project, designed to demonstrate wind turbine technology, promote education and awareness about the viability of wind as a source for electricity in South Carolina, and invite feedback. Two more turbines have since gone up at Oceanfront Park at 1st Avenue South and the Russell Burgess Coastal Preserve in Cherry Grove in 2012.