Myrtle Beach Kayaking Tips and Tricks

53rd Avenue Park and Boat Ramp

glassWhen you book a sea marsh or private island tour with Glass Bottom Kayak Tours, you will meet at the 53rd Avenue Park and boat ramp in Cherry Grove. This park area is run by the city of North Myrtle Beach, and provides our guests with a fantastic area to prepare for your kayak tour. Not only does it have two boat ramps (one for kayaks, and the other for motorized boats), but it also houses a few great amenities that can help make a kayak tour fun for the entire family.

When your family arrives for their tour, parking the family car is easy with over 60 parking spots available. Once the car is parked, there are two completely modern and stocked bathrooms for you and your family to use before their kayak tour.

The boat ramp area also has a picnic area. This area is a great place for your family to bring a picnic lunch for before or after your kayak tour. Then they can head over to see which fish are biting along the fishing pier.

The entrance to Heritage Shores Nature Preserve is just steps away from the parking area at the Cherry Grove boat ramp, and the preserve boasts over 8 miles of hiking trails, with a stationary dock and interpretive trails.

Kayaking is just one of an entire day of fun things to do in Myrtle Beach. We hope you and your family enjoy your time kayaking with us!

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