Whether you're looking for malls, shopping centers, outlet malls, specialty shops, flea markets, Market Common Stores, upscale shopping ...or just browsing while you're visiting our beach, here's a current list of my favorite shopping locations. I have lived here for 16 years, and I love to shop...just like you! Want to tell us where you love to shop? Please join the Myrtle Beach Forum! I have no affiliation with any of the stores listed on this page ( but I've shopped at all of them! )
Barefoot Landing - Shopping, restaurants, entertainent and shows are all found in this North Myrtle Beach venue. Specialty shops and factory direct stores, too! We love ice cream, so we always stop by Maggie Moo's. In addition to shopping, Barefoot Landing is home to Alligator Advernture, Barefoot River Cruise, the Alabama Theatre and House of Blues.
Broadway at the Beach - The is the one entertainment/shopping venue you do not want to miss when you visit Myrtle Beach! Specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. A 23-acre lake surrounds the "Villages" Caribbean Village, Charleston Village, and the New England Fishing Village.Coastal Grand Mall opened in March, 2004 as a joint venture between Myrtle Beach Burroughs & Chapin Company and CBL & Associates Properties of Tennessee. CBL is one of the largest mall developers in the US. Coastal Grand Mall is the largest mall in SC. The anchor stores are Dillard, Sears, Belks and JCPenney. On the out-parcels you'll find Ulta, Best Buy, Books A Million , PetSmart, several furniture stores, and many restaurants including Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant, Texas Roadhouse Grill, Red Robin, Longhorn Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Sticky Fingers, Cracker Barrel and more.
Hammock Shops at Pawleys Island - This is the birthplace of the rope hammock. Many unusual shops are loved by the locals, including me. This is another spot that. in my opinion should not be missed by our Myrtle Beach visitors. (And you can enjoy genuine southern cooking at the Hammock Shop restaurants.)
Inlet Square Mall, Murrells Inlet. at Hwy 17 Business and Hwy l7 Bypass offers many stores including K-Mart, JC Penny, Stein Mart, Belk and Books-A-Million. Renovations were completed in August, 2010. I was in this mall recently, and it looks new, with marble tiles, cool beige and blue colors, plus lots of skylights. They just need new tenants. Hopefully that will happen soon. Visit the Frank Theatre located at the mall. Note: As of 3/1/14, K-Mart is having a "Going Out of Business" sale. I'm not sure of the closing date but when I was there, the savings were from 10% to 40%.
The Market Common is Myrtle Beach's most fashionable shopping location. Take in a movie at Grand 14, the most popular movie theater at the beach. Links to all stores, shopping, restaurants and events. There's always something going on at The Market Common.
Myrtle Beach Mall - (formerly Colonial Mall, and prior to that, Briarcliffe Mall) offers over 90 stores, including Belk and JCPenney. It's located a few miles north of Myrtle Beach on US-17. Bass Pro Shop and Islamorada Fish Co. are also located at this mall area.
Tanger Outlets are a leading developer of manufacturer's outlet shopping centers. The Tanger Outlets have two locations, Tanger Outlets South (501) and Tanger Outlets North located on Hwy. 17 at Hwy. 22 (Conway Bypass.) These outlets are loved by visitors and locals alike for great prices on the brands we love.
More Good Shopping:
Bed, Bath and Beyond, in Coastal Grand Mall
Burks Outlet - Surfside Beach
Chico's in Barefoot Landing, Tanger Outlet Center (north) and The Market Common
City Mac - Authorized Apple service and products, located in The Market Common
Connecting Point - Apple Specialist
Costco in Myrtle Beach
Dillard's Coastal Grand Mall
Hamrick's Savings on brand names - Surfside and North Myrtle Beach.
Kohl's Across from the Surfside WalMart, near Lowe's Foods Surfside Beach
Lazy Gator, Myrtle Beach Market Common and Murrells Inlet
Lowe's Home Improvement - several locations
Marshalls (2 locations) Arcadian Commons and Sayebrook Town Center off S.C. 544 at U.S. 17
Old Time Pottery Surfside Beach, 1 Block South of Hwy 544 on your right.
PetSmart Pat Smart offers 2 locations: near Coastal Grand Mal and near Target , S. Commons Dr
Petco Sayebrook Town Center off S.C. 544 at U.S. 17
Ross Dress For Less in Seabord Commons, Surfside Beach, Arcadia Commons
Sam's Warehouse Club, Myrtle Beach
Target - (2 locations) Seaboard Commons and Sayebrook Town Center off S.C. 544 at U.S. 17
TJ Maxx - Seabord Commons. Myrtle Beach
Tomlinson Outlets - Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach)
ULTA Beauty, located near Old Navy, outside the permeter of Coastal Grand Mall. Myrtle Beach
World Market - Seaboard Commons Myrtle Beach
Big Deal Flea Market
More than 100,000 square feet of shopping under one roof. OPEN: April and May: Thurs. - Sun. 9-4; June - Aug. Tues - Sun. 9 - 4; Sept. Thurs. - Sun. 9 - 4; Oct. March - Fri. - Sun. 9-4. Located at 4761 Highway 501.
Carolina Flea Market At Carolina Forest light between Dollar General and Dick's Pawn Shop. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9 AM - 5 PM
Everything Under The Sun - North Myrtle Beach
811 Hwy. 17 N. Myrtle Beach
9 AM - 6 PM -Memorial Day - Labor Day - closed Tuesday
Hudson's Flea Market
Located in Surfside Beach, just before Garden City Beach. Over 400 vendor spaces.
Hudson's Flea Martket is next door to Wild Water Park.
Myrtle Beach Flea Market
Center South Shopping Center - just North of the Myrtle Beach State Park
Indoor flea market with over 80,000 sq. ft.