The playground at Grand Park near The Market Common (within the city of Myrtle Beach) has a playground for children ages 5 to 10. It includes trash cans and fences. A rubberized surface has been added to the park for children ages 2 - 5.

Savannah's Playground is free for anyone to enjoy! Myrtle Beach Savannah's Playground won the S.C. Municipal Association’s Achievement Award.

Rest rooms are now open at Savannah’s Playground! A block of four public rest rooms are now open at Savannah's Playground, located at Grand Park, next to Crabtree Gym and The Market Common. The family restrooms are a great addition to tho park and will be open from 8:00 a.m. until dusk. Each is handicap-accessible and includes a baby-changing station. The city of Myrtle Beach received a $100,000 grant from the SC Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department to help with the project. The enabling playground for children of all abilities is located just across the lake from The Market Common. The official grand opening event was held in July, 2018.

The $1.5 million enabling park was the brainchild of former Mayor John Rhodes. Funding came from a variety of sources: $350,000 from the city of Myrtle Beach, $300,000 from the state, $300,000 from the Myrtle Beach Development Authority and $100,000 from Horry County. Savannah's Playground is located near Crabtree Gym and just across the bridge from The Market Common stores and restaurants. New fun equipment is now in place for 2020.

Savannah's Playground 

Here's a short Gallery of my photos - Savannah's Playground

Myrtle Beach
and Playgrounds

Savannah's Park
The Market Common

Anderson Family Park
20th Ave. N.Ocean Blvd.

Cameron Park
27thAve. N. and N. Ocean Blvd.

Chapin Park
16th Ave. N, and Hwy. 17

Futrell Park
Dunbare St..

Nance Plaza
9th Ave. at Kings Hwy.

Justin W. Plyler Park
Boardwalk on Ocean Blvd.

Gardens by yhe Sea
5504 Ocean Blvd.

Valor Park
The Market Common

Grand Park
The Market Common

Warbird Park
The Market Common

More information and a map
City of Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach Parks and Recreation

Please check the link below
for more information
directions, link and info

Central Park
1400 Outrigger

Cherry Grove Park
2018 N. Ocean Blvd.

Cherry Grove Pier
415 -53rd Ave.

Heritage Shore Nature Preserve
5611 Heritage Dr.

Hill St.
2346 Hill St.

McLean Park
3 Oak Dr.

NMB Sports Complex
150 Citizens Circle

Ocean Park
191S. Ocean Blvd.

Russell Burgess Coastal Preserve
3613 Duffy St.

Yow Park
508 Windy Hill

More information and a map
City of North Myrtle Beach

Chapin Park renovation complete! In the last two years the city of Myrtle Beach has renovated the park by adding sidewalks, removing the fence and thinning the tree canopy. The city has painted the entrance arch pergola white and installed new sidewalks.

Chapin Library is hime to Art in the Park as well as many other local events MORE!

Don't forget your furry friends!
Free Public Dog Parks - Barc Parks
Where you and your dog run free!
1.) Off 62nd Ave. N. and Hwy. 17 Bus.
2.) Mallard Lake Drive in the Seagate comunity

State Parks: Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park are both located nearby. Both these State Parks charge an entrance fee, but they have a lot to offer and are more than worthy of being listed on this page.

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Public Parks and Playgrounds North Myrtle Beach
Public Parks and Playgrounds Myrtle Beach
Georgetown Co. Public Parks
Georgetown County
Free Parks and Playgrounds

East Bay Park
Morgan Park
Morse Park Landing
Pawleys Island Nature Park
Pawleys Island South Access Park

Pole Yard Public Boat Landing

Here's a list of Horry County Parks Including: Conway, Myrtle Beach,
North Myrtle Beach and Little River

Myrtle Beach Public
Parks and Playgrounds

Public Parks are always free, and they offer plenty of green open spaces for your entire family to enjoy.

By Patricia Blackstock

NOTE: SOME parks and playgrounds: CLOSED or CANCELLED
due to the virus. Check the links below