I am going to Myrtle Beach this coming weekend and would love to do a ride on the beach. I found Inlet Point Plantation and HorseBack Rides of Myrtle Beach LLC (I think?). They both have good reviews but I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience with either of these or if you have a different suggestion? Thanks! Money is not too big of an issue but I don't want to pay out the a** for it if possible!
Last edited by mustangsal85; Jul. 26, 2010 at 03:43 PM.
You'll have to go to Inlet Point. It's a privately-owned beach with a stable.
The public beaches (which is pretty much all the rest of the Grand Strand ) don't allow horseback riding from March 1 until November 1.
I haven't ridden there yet, but last year they did a hunter pace series that I sure hope they repeat this year. Anyway, I saw the stable and the horses and it looked like a good operation.
Inlet Point is on Waities Island, which was family-owned and so not developed the way the rest of the Grand Strand was. So you can see the beach the way nature intended - three whole dune lines and a lovely wide beach.
I've never heard of Horseback Rides of Myrtle Beach. Anyway, they won't be riding on the beach in Myrtle until the first of November.
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I've heard good things about inlet point, and they do advertise as riding on the beach in myrtle beach.
If you wanted to come in the winter and bring your horse there are a couple of stables that you can board your horse at for the time. The one that I KNOW does it is Hardee Lane Farm in conway, which isn't a bad drive. All equine beach access when the beaches are open to horses is at the state park.
If i'm posting on Coth, it's either raining so I can't ride or it's night time and I can't sleep.