Top Fishing Piers in North Myrtle Beach

Fishing Piers in North Myrtle Beach

Whether you want to take a stroll over the ocean or cast a fishing line, nothing beats a day or night on a fishing pier.

Fortunately, North Myrtle Beach has piers on either side of town - the Apache Pier in the Arcadia area just south of Windy Hill and the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier just north of downtown North Myrtle Beach - and both are worth a visit.

Apache Pier
Measuring more than 1,200 feet, the Apache Pier is the longest on the Grand Strand and one of the longest all-wooden piers on the East Coast.  A covered patio area rests about midway down the pier, giving non-fishermen a place to chill out and enjoy the ocean breeze.  You'll find a café and bar with occasional live music.
Cherry Grove Pier

Cherry Grove Fishing Pier was built in the 1950's and is just shy of 1,000 feet. It features a bait and tackle shop, and a gift shop. The Boardwalk Beach Café is a great place to grab a bite to eat and enjoy an ice-cold drink on a hot summer day. It offers a full food and bar menu and you won't find many better views on the Grand Strand.


Fishing is the main draw for both piers and both have reputations for record catches, including a 98-pound tarpon in Cherry Grove.  Mackerel, sea trout, bluefish, pompano, red drum, sheephead, spot and whiting are among the popular catches.  All gear is available for rental and fishing tips are free.

So come on to North Myrtle Beach and get your fish on!  Check out all our great specials and reserve your beach vacation today!

Written By: Terry Massey

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