Little River is the furthest north of all the cities on the Grand Strand. It borders North Carolina. Little River has a more laid back slower pace than the other cities comprising the Grand Strand. If you are looking forward to a laid-back serene vacation where there is less traffic and away from the crowds but close enough to venture out when you want a little action then Little River may be the perfect destination for you. It’s about 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach. There are many activities to enjoy in this small city. Every year in May and it is the biggest seafood festival in the Southeast. It’s a great time to rub shoulders with locals and enjoy local seafood. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the views at a local restaurant on the waterfront, or walk around, listen to music as you explore what local vendors have to offer.
Little River attracts crowds of all types of wine lovers, foodies, nature lovers, gamblers, fishers, and just those who want to relax. Little River has something for everyone and is never too far from the action. Whatever you decide you can’t go wrong visiting Little River, part of the Grand Strand and coastal South Carolina. Come on down, enjoy great weather, friendly people, and tasty food.