Some articles on beach, myrtle beach:
... Location Mile km Destinations Notes Atlantic Beach 0.0 0.0 US 17 – North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach Southern terminus North Myrtle Beach 2.2 3.5 Main Street Connects to Robert Edge ...
... Currently, only Greenville, Myrtle Beach, and Charleston still boast any other level (in each case single-A) of professional baseball ... According to the league, however, Myrtle Beach is slated to receive a franchise when their new arena is completed in 2008/9 ... franchises, the South Carolina Warriors which are based in Myrtle Beach, the Greenville Galaxy which are based in Greenville and the Palmetto State Rizers which are based in Columbia ...
... Myrtle Beach The Carolina Bays Parkway southern terminus at SC 544 has a graded area that extends past the cloverleaf interchange ... During the construction of a SPUI on US 17 at the back gate of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, the mainlines of US 17 will become stubs as a ramp is constructed ... was once a road that connected US 17 to the Myrtle Beach International Airport can be found at ...
... The Myrtle Beach metropolitan area (also Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach MSA) is a census-designated metropolitan area in Horry County and Georgetown County, South ... It consists of Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, and Conway, South Carolina and Georgetown ...
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