Though officially part of North Myrtle Beach, the Cherry Grove area continues to captivate visitors with a charm of its own thanks to notable attractions such as Boulineau’s IGA, Harold’s On The Ocean beach club and Cherry Grove Fishing Pier.
The pier is known as one of the area’s best, locally-famous for its two-story observation deck and for fishermen nabbing record-breaking catches there.
Beach access spots in the Cherry Grove area include an unpaved path and portable restroom facility at Sea Mountain Highway, portable restrooms at 50th Avenue North and restrooms and handicap access at 55th Avenue North.
There’s also Cherry Grove Oceanfront Park, two blocks north of Sea Mountain Highway at 22nd Avenue North. In addition to a small green space with a picnic area, swings, gazebo and one of the Grand Strand’s only wind turbines, the park offer beach access, public restrooms and handicap parking.
Some of the most unique assets of the Inlets, lakes and salt marshes which wind through the landscape of beach houses and condos.
The beach itself holds a humble and relaxed atmosphere and offers the ability to wander south toward North Myrtle Beach or north to a scenic area nicknamed “The Pointe” where the beach meets with Hog Inlet.