Directions to North Myrtle Beach & Barefoot Resorts

Traveling by Air

Myrtle Beach International Airport, the commercial airport which services the Grand Strand, offers regular flights by a number of major airlines including American, Delta, United, Frontier, Spirit, Allegiant, Sun Country, Porter, and WestJet. The airport has a typical gamut of car rental agencies to choose from if you planning on renting a car for the duration of your stay,

Additionally, there are a number of other smaller airports servicing the region.

Traveling by Car

Planning on traveling by car? Haven’t been back in a while? The Grand Strand’s road system has improved greatly making it easier than ever to get around.

The primary routes into North Myrtle Beach are as follows:

  • From the west – Highways 9, 22 and 501.
  • From the North & South – Highway 17 from the north and south.

Want to know the average drive times from major cities in region? Below is a table that provides distances and estimated drive times.

Atlanta, GA7 hrs
Boston, MA15 hrs
Charlotte, NC4 hrs
Chicago, IL16 hrs
Cincinnati, OH12 hrs
Cleveland, OH12 hrs
Detroit, MI15 hrs
Louisville, KY11 hrs
Jacksonville, FL7 hrs
Knoxville, TN8 hrs
Montreal, CAN17 hrs
New York, NY11 hrs
Philadelphia, PA10 hrs
Raleigh/Durham, NC4 hrs
Richmond, VA6 hrs
St. Louis, MO15 hrs
Toronto, CAN16 hrs
Washington, DC8 hrs
Wilmington, NC1 hr

Traveling by Bus

The local bus service provided by the Waccamaw Regional Transportation Authority, is known as The Coast RTA. It is an affordable and efficient alternative to getting around by car. It provides year-round, 7-day per week scheduled service.
The Coast is affordable bus transportation providing service to and from the Grand Strand and neighboring towns. Schedules available online or at regional Visitors Bureau offices.