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 503 J. K. Powell Boulevard , Whiteville, NC, US, 28472

  • Phone: (910) 642-2378
  • Fax: (910) 642-6214
3.1 out of 5 (30 reviews)
53% of guests recommend this hotel


»Cliffwood Golf Club

Cliffwood Golf Club has a semi-private golf course with 18 holes. It has a par of 71 and is accessible to the general public for a moderate fee.

3811 Martin Luther King Junior Drive
Lumberton, NC 28358

»Exploration Station

Exploration Station is a museum for children and boasts 12 hands-on exhibits. With charming doll houses, intriguing pirate ships and make-believe grocery stores, kids can play and learn at the same time.

104 North Chestnut Street
Lumberton, NC 28358

»Northeast Park

Northeast Park is good for evening walks in solitude or in a group. Dog owners can bring their canines here on a leash. This park also has a playground and two fields for playing soccer.

Linkhaw Road
Lumberton, NC 28358

»Luther Britt Park

Luther Britt Park has two lakes and is a tranquil spot for fishing, boating and swimming. The Lumber River runs along one edge and the Riverwalk Trail is popular with hikers. This park is also a site for disc golf and picnics.

671 Branch Street
Lumberton, NC 28358

»Robeson Planetarium and Science Center

At Robeson Planetarium, explore the secrets of the heavens through sky shows, interactive exhibits and space photographs. The science center broadcasts live shows by NASA using vivid satellite videos and imagery.

420 Caton Road
Lumberton, NC 28360

»Little River

This Hamlet just north of Myrtle Beach proper is a bit truer to the flavor of the town as it was before it became a tourist mecca. Centered on Mineola Ave as it makes a beeline for the waterfront, this little town consists of little more than a few streets and the waterfront along the eponymous inlet. This section of the city features a few nice restaurants and shops, and its cuisine is centered on its reputation as a hub of the crab harvesting season which takes place in late spring and for which the town hosts it world famous Blue Crab Festival each May.

Mineola Ave and Highway 17
Myrtle Beach, SC 29566

»Meadow Lark County Park

Meadow Lark County Park is a grassy patch of land bordered by wooded areas. Walk here in solitude and enjoy the tranquility of the surroundings, away from busy city life.

657 Burns Road
Lumberton, NC 28358

»La Belle Amie Vineyard

La Belle Amie is a lovely place to visit. Located on what used to be a tobacco plantation, the land has been owned by the Bellamy family since the late 1800's. Taste the Belle Amie wines in the Wine Shop or sip a glass while swinging on the porch swing. You can buy Belle Amie wines and gourmet foods to accompany them in the gift store. There are special events and promotions at different times of the year. The vineyard is also a great place to hold a social or business event.

1120 St. Joseph Road
Little River, SC 29566

»Mayday Golf

The theme of this miniature golf course is that your chartered plane has made an emergency landing on a tropical island. There are two courses: Mayday Mountain and Rescue Falls. A big yellow plane that spews steam constantly rests precariously on Mayday Mountain. The course takes you up and over the mountain and through a cave. Rescue Falls has plenty of tropical plants, a flowing river, a waterfall and a rescue helicopter waiting for you at the end. The Rescue Falls course is handicap accessible. Open every day of the week from 9 am onwards.

17 Highway 17 N
Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

»Ocean Isle Beach

The Ocean Isle Beach is a lovely seaside town and major tourist attraction because of its abundant natural beauty. The shore is lined with several houses that offer mesmerizing views of the horizon. Visitors can enjoy several recreation activities and a charming atmosphere. This isle has been awarded for its restoration efforts and projects.

Ocean Isle Beach
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469

»Cherry Grove Fishing Pier

The Cherry Grove Fishing Pier extends 985 feet into the Atlantic Ocean so there is plenty of room for fishing for both serious and casual fishing enthusiasts. For those who don't care to fish, there is a 2-tier viewing deck which provides a magnificent view of the ocean and surrounding area. The biggest tiger shark ever caught was caught at this pier. Other fishing records include a second place king, a first-place sheeps head, and a record whiting.

3500 N Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

»Mutiny Bay Miniature Golf

This miniature golf complex has two courses: the Jungle course is filled with exotic trees and African animals, and the signature hole, The Big Hill, is a real challenge; holes-in-one are rare. The Lagoon course reminds you of Hawaii with it banana trees, mountains, caverns, and two beautiful waterfalls that have become popular wedding sites. The view from the top of this course is spectacular, especially at night. Remember your visit with a Jungle Lagoon t-shirt available in the gift shop. Admission prices vary.

301 Highway 17 S
Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
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