There are several unique ways to explore South Carolina’s sprawling Grand Strand, including a Boardwalk stroll, a deep-sea fishing excursion, and an aquatic adventure. Many growing families choose to hop aboard a kayak rental en route to a particularly beautiful slice of Myrtle Beach, such as the vast Atlantic Ocean, remote Waccamaw River, and meandering Intracoastal Waterway. The Grand Strand itself is 60 miles long, stretching from Little River through the heart of Myrtle Beach to Winyah Bay. Thus, there are countless Myrtle Beach kayak rentals at the ready near North Shore Oceanfront Hotel, much to the delight of visiting outdoor enthusiasts.
The Best Myrtle Beach Kayak Rentals
While North Shore Oceanfront Hotel is steps away from the Atlantic and an exhilarating (and complimentary) water park, sometimes the allure of a mid-day paddling expedition is too great. Approximately two dozen local establishments provide affordable Myrtle Beach kayak rentals, but only a handful of operations offer free delivery, multi-day availability, and unparalleled service.
South Carolina’s Grand Strand boasts a pleasingly biodiverse landscape, ranging from sugary beaches to untouched saltmarshes and creeks that snake through golf meccas. The flexibility to explore the region’s many distinctive terrains over the span of several days is entirely possible thanks to Myrtle Beach Paddle Board’s free delivery service. They deliver Myrtle Beach kayak rentals to all corners of the Strand. Whether you plan to paddle within eyeshot of the hotel or through Murrells Inlet’s many hidden coves, they’ll be there waiting for you.
Kokopelli Surf Camp offers an array of crowd-pleasing services, including paddleboard tours, surf lessons, and, you guessed it, state-of-the-art Myrtle Beach kayak rentals. They also deliver at no extra cost! And their prices are among the lowest in town. Kokopelli operates out of the Cherry Grove Boat Landing in North Myrtle Beach. While the landing is a bit of a drive from the hotel, paddlers can access several backcountry creeks that meander past golf courses, parks, and islands.
Jack’s Board Rentals, sadly, doesn’t deliver. However, their Springmaid Pier locale is idyllic, as it rests near peaceful Myrtle Beach State Park, which poses as a stark contrast to the rows of hotels to the north. At just $45 per day, these Myrtle Beach kayak rentals sell fast during peak seasons. Many travelers strap them to the top of their cars en route to the Waccamaw River or Murrells Inlet.
For those hoping to explore Waccamaw River thoroughly, we recommend Great Escapes. Yes, they host guided tours through this pristine backwater wetland, but rentals are also readily available. Just remember to book well in advance! The Waccamaw is known for its sea turtles, bottlenose dolphins, and native birdlife.
Family-Friendly North Shore Resorts
If you’re planning on jutting up the shore, you can find North Myrtle Beach kayak rentals at these three locations: Island Adventure Watersports, J&L Kayaks, and Trailblaze Adventure. Combine your kayaking adventures with 18 holes of golf, a picnic on the beach, or a ride on a jet ski.
North Shore Oceanfront Hotel, a quintessential North Shore “inn,” rests along the Atlantic’s serene banks. Guests have swift access to several miles of sugary sand, a pristine pool area, a free water park, indoor mini-golf, and on-site dining at the brand new Beachfront Kitchen & Bar. To book a well-deserved family getaway to sunny Myrtle Beach, please give us a call today at 800-959-6418 (or check availability online).