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Top Things to Do at Barefoot Landing
Just a short drive north on Highway 17 and you’ll arrive at Barefoot Landing, one of North Myrtle Beach’s top shopping and entertainment districts. Barefoot Landing stands atop Louis Lake and features over 100 stores and restaurants that every Myrtle Beach guest will enjoy. Aside from quaint shops like “Tiki Jim’s” and “Tango Bay Clothing Company”, you’ll find numerous attractions and nightlife options as well.
Alabama Theatre: Home to one of the best local entertainment options in “ONE The New Show,” Alabama Theatre provides nightly entertainment throughout the spring, summer, and fall. The theatre will also sprinkle in shows from nationally touring country music stars and a Christmas show during the holiday as well.
Alligator Adventure: You can’t come to the south with seeing some alligators or crocodiles. Alligator Adventure is a great place to watch alligators in their natural habitat and take in a live show as the crew feeds their animals. Included in the price of admission is a ticket to see Utan – King of the Crocs – a 2,000 pound crocodile from Thailand.
House of Blues: On the northend Barefoot Landing, House of Blues is one of Myrtle Beach’s top live music destinations for those looking to rock out during their vacation. With nightly shows running through the summer, House of Blues features local favorites as well as nationally touring acts.
Dick’s Last Resort: Opened since 1992, Dick's Last Resort has turned into a Myrtle Beach staple. Enjoy several brews on the outdoor patio as you watch for several native crocodiles or relax indoors and enjoy some of the best seafood at Barefoot Landing. Combine all of that with a very festive atmosphere and Dick’s Last Resort will leave you wanting to come back.
Greg Norman’s Australian Grille: Featuring a menu full of wood-grilled classics, Mediterranean dishes, and a spectacular wine lists; Greg Norman’s Australian Grille makes you feel like your dining in one of Sydney’s finest seaside restaurants.
Joe’s Crab Shack: Designed with the Myrtle Beach tourist in mind, Joe’s Crab Shack allows you to strap on a bib and go to town on some of the best seafood in Myrtle Beach.
Fire Island Grill: It’s hard to miss the large tiki statues that greet you as you walk into Fire Island Grill. For those looking for a restaurant that truly embodies the beach spirit, Fire Island Grill is perfect for you!
Breezin’ Up: Looking for something comfortable yet stylish, then shop at Breezin’ Up for some of the best beachwear.
Cloud 9: If Rock N’ Roll is your thing then stop in Cloud 9 for plenty of great music based gifts. Even pick up a t-shirt of your favorite band or musical artist.
Ron Jon Surf Shop: A Myrtle Beach staple, Ron Jon Surf Shop is a great place to shop for new t-shirts, beach toys, and even new beachwear.
Barefoot Landing has so much to offer that our list only scratches the surface of what you can do while on this property. Check our VMB Discounts Card page to see which of of the merchants and restaurants at Barefoot Landing provide discounts for VMB guests. If we didn’t list your favorite shop or attraction, feel free to leave us a comment below!