The small, laid back seaside town of Surfside Beach, also known as "The Family Beach", offers the best of Coastal living. The low cost of living and active business community make it an ideal place to live and work.
Situated just 8 miles south of Myrtle Beach and Horry County you’ll discover the small seaside town of Surfside Beach. Kick-named “The Family Beach”, Surfside Beach is a small laid back family friendly town offering the best of coastal living for its residents and guests. Surfside beach offers a low cost of living, along with an active business community, making it an ideal location for you to live and work.
Surfside Drive is the heart of Surfside Beach, where you’ll find delicious restaurants and unique shopping. And located at the end of Surfside Drive you’ll find Surfside Pier, which is perfect for fishing, strolling or just relaxing.
Surfside Beach also has plenty of recreational activities to keep your family busy, and family-friendly events year-round.
Surfside Beach is part of the Horry County School District boasting 51 schools and two academies. These schools offer a progressive and award-winning education system where teachers work closely with students to help make learning fun.
The area also has two nationally recognized institutions, Coastal Carolina University and Horry Georgetown Technical College; perfect for higher education or specialized training.
Surfside beach is just a short drive from the Myrtle Beach International Airport that makes traveling easy and affordable with low-cost carriers offering direct flights to over 30 nonstop markets.
Surfside Beach is not just a wonderful town to live in; it also offers great things to businesses that want to relocate to the area. With affordable real estate, low property taxes along with competitive wages, your business can be more profitable.
If you’re looking for a superior quality of life in a town where you and your family can call home and where your business can grow and expand, then Surfside Beach is perfect location for you.
For more information about other towns in the Grand Strand area and how the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation can help you relocate your business, visit us online at mbredc.org.