3 of the Best North Myrtle Beach Fishing Piers

Enjoy endless family-friendly fun when you visit North Myrtle Beach! From swimming and surfing to all types of golf, you’ll find countless ways to enjoy your summer vacation. One of the most popular activities around here is fishing. While there are plenty of great boat rentals and fishing charters in North Myrtle Beach, you’ll find that some of the most relaxing fishing is done off one of the local bears. Check out our picks for a couple of the best North Myrtle Beach fishing piers.

Never fish on an empty stomach! Before you visit the best North Myrtle Beach fishing piers, be sure to grab breakfast or lunch at one of the fantastic local restaurants. Download our free Vacation Guide to find out our picks for the best eateries in town. Whether you’re looking for some hearty Southern cuisine or the best seafood around, you’ll find it all in our free Vacation Guide! Download it today!

The Best North Myrtle Beach Fishing Piers

Cherry Grove Beach Pier

The Cherry Grove Pier is a fantastic place to start your fishing journey. Built in the 1950s, this pier has been family-owned since 1965 and is considered an iconic landmark to many locals. This pier has been home to many fishing records, including the world record for Tiger Shark (1780 pounds!) and Tarpon (98 pounds). The Cherry Grove Pier also features a Tackle and Gift Shop at the end. The knowledgeable staff will be able to help you pick out best bait for pier fishing in Myrtle Beach. Check their website for some great Myrtle Beach fishing tips as well!

Myrtle Beach State Park Pier

If you’re planning on visiting the Myrtle Beach State Park, head to their fishing pier to enjoy an afternoon of fun! Without a doubt, this is one of the best fishing piers in Myrtle Beach. There are no licenses required to fish from the pier and the fee for someone 16 or older is only $5! This area has an abundance of king mackerel, bluefish, drum, witing, and sea trout.

14 Avenue Pier

Another iconic fishing pier in town is the 14th Avenue Pier. It was first built in 1926, and while it has had to go through some renovations and rebuilding, the spirit of fun and fine dining at the pier has never changed. Even Hurricane Hugo couldn’t knock this pier down!

Stay with Seaside Vacations

After your visit to the best North Myrtle Beach fishing piers, return to a wonderful vacation rental from Seaside Vacations. We have the best selection of properties on The Grand Strand, with condos and homes scattered through the town.

If you’re visiting Cherry Grove Beach Pier, consider booking Rain Tree Villas. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo is just a two-minute drive or a 16-minute walk from the pier. This oceanfront vacation rental features an outdoor pool, barbecue grills, and a central location that makes it easy to enjoy the best attractions in town.

Take a look at the rest of our properties and book today! We look forward to having you.