Roadtrip with RVshare Enterprise to Myrtle Beach

A road trip from Enterprise to Myrtle Beach is a highly recommended adventure for an avid traveler. The 583-mile trip from Alabama to South Carolina comes with exhilarating activities to indulge in and features to see. Your route runs near the beautiful Atlantic coastline. On top of that, you can enjoy the appeal of many great cities, other national and state parks, museums, art galleries, and points of interest like the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta or the Georgia Aquarium. 

Enterprise to Myrtle Beach Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 9 hours and 55 minutes
  • Mileage: 583 miles
  • Fun Fact: The time difference between Enterprise and Myrtle Beach is only one hour. So, if it is 8 a.m. in Enterprise, the current time in Myrtle Beach is 9 a.m.

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Nearby National Parks

An Enterprise to Myrtle Beach road trip isn’t complete without some detours to beautiful and exciting national parks along the way. So take some time to explore these unique places and participate in the fun activities there.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The iconic Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. This is located halfway through your road trip from Enterprise to Myrtle Beach. Getting there may take you roughly six hours, and from the national park to Myrtle Beach is approximately five hours. If you enjoy amazing views and hiking, you simply can't miss the Great Smoky Mountains. The park has more than 90 historical sites that have been well preserved for more than a century. You will see schools, churches, barns, houses, and grist mills that date back 100 years ago. Visitors can also spend some time viewing wildlife in the park. There are over 200 species of birds, 67 native fish species, 80 different kinds of reptiles and amphibians, bears (more than 1,500), white-tailed deer, chipmunks, groundhogs, and many more. If you love nature, take a hike on the Grotto Falls Trail or Abrams Falls trail for the wonderful waterfalls and streams within the forest.

Congaree National Park

Congaree National Park is just two hours away from Myrtle Beach. While there, you can see one of the tallest canopies in the world. It's also a popular spot for camping, canoeing, kayaking, and hiking. If you are a nature-loving person, take part in birdwatching, nature photography, fishing, and a little picnicking before heading towards your destination. Be dazzled by the synchronized lights of fireflies looking for their perfect mates late in the evening. Congaree National Park is recognized as a UNESCO-designated Biosphere Reserve and a Globally Important Bird Area.

Fort Sumter National Historical Park  

Just before you get to Myrtle Beach, take a detour south using I-26 E towards Charleston to get to Fort Sumter National Historical Park. The drive is roughly 2 hours south of Myrtle Beach. You'll find that Fort Sumter is rich in history. It was built in 1812 as the US coastal defense against Great Britain when it restricted America’s desire to expand its trade territories. The fort was also used in the wake of the Civil War following South Carolina’s secession from the Union. You will also see the flag Major Robert Anderson raised when he surrendered, thus reuniting the nation.

Nearby State Parks

Besides the national parks, there are also some state parks you could add to your road trip itinerary from Enterprise to Myrtle Beach.

Fort Mountain State Park

When you get to Atlanta during your road trip from Enterprise to Myrtle Beach, you can take a two-hour detour north to one of Georgia’s most scenic and stunning places. Fort Mountain State Park has a mysterious ancient stone wall that soars over the mountain summit. It is believed to have been built by early Native Americans as a fortification against other hostile tribes or for purposes of ancient ceremonies. The park also offers many fun activities to take part in, including kayaking or canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, and camping. Moreover, the cottages and cabins are very cozy, perfect for staying the night.

Andrew Jackson State Park  

Andrew Jackson State Park was built in honor of Andrew Jackson, the seventh U.S. president. He is the only president to ever come from South Carolina. This park was established in 1952, and it features a bronze statue sculpted by the famous Anna Hyatt Huntington. The statue, "A Boy of The Waxhaws," depicts a young Jackson on a farm horse. The park also features 25 camping spaces with water and electricity. The park is on U.S. Highway 521, which ends in Myrtle Beach.

Barnwell State Park

When you get to Augusta, you can travel south via U.S.-78 E to Barnwell State Park. This park, built during the Great Depression, primarily serves as a place for picnicking, fishing, and camping. Many people also use it for reunions, meetings, and weddings.

Along the Way

Pioneer Museum of Alabama  

Just 11 minutes after leaving Enterprise, you will reach Pioneer Museum of Alabama. There are over 25,000 beautiful artifacts to see here. The exhibits primarily focus on the settlers of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Georgia Aquarium

Another fantastic place to visit on your way to Myrtle Beach is the Georgia Aquarium. You will be fascinated by some of the most amazing aquatic animals such as sea otters, California sea lions, bottlenose dolphins, African penguins, manta rays, whale sharks, beluga whales, and thousands of other exotic fish and sea animals from every corner of the world.

Brookgreen Gardens

When you are just 41 minutes from reaching your final destination on your Enterprise to Myrtle Beach RV road trip, take a quick detour to Brookgreen Gardens. This unique property combines art and nature to give a magnificent experience to visitors. If you would like a boat tour, request a guide to take you around the historic oak plantation rice fields of the 1800s, the Civil War port, and the old rice mill. You can also see animals in scenic enclosures within the gardens and reflection pools, fountains, and intriguing hidden pathways.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, the capital of the U.S. state of Georgia, is the biggest city you will pass through on your way to Myrtle Beach. This city is vibrant in culture, outdoor activities, top attractions, incredible arts, diverse dining, and entertainment. Be sure to visit some of the best attractions in Atlanta, such as Zoo Atlanta, The High Museum of Art, College Football Hall of Fame, World of Coca-Cola, and CNN’s global headquarters. You will also find a good camping ground and dump station at Cabela’s.

Athens, Georgia

Nestled below the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, near the confluence of North and Middle Oconee Rivers, you will find this wonderful city that is also called The Classic City. Explore this gorgeous city in your RV, particularly the University of Georgia that was established in 1875. Shoal Creek campground has large wooded sites set up for RV camping. Moreover, it has a dump station, showers, and laundry areas.

Augusta, Georgia

Located near the South Carolina border, Augusta is one city that you just have to take your time to explore. There are intimate locations for the best cocktails and wine to take the edge off. Or, take a moment to paddle along the Savannah River. How about you enjoy the impressive collection of contemporary art at Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art? Pilot Flying J offers one of the best campground and dump stations in Augusta. In addition, you will also get propane refills, food, and various other amenities for your trip.

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When you follow this road trip itinerary from Enterprise to Myrtle Beach, you will enjoy historic locations and beautiful scenery along the way. If you want to travel in comfort and style, consider an RV rental from RVshare. From large motorhomes to compact campervans, there is a rig that will meet your travel and budget needs. Once you hit the road, you are protected by our renter guarantee and 24/7 roadside assistance. Find the perfect vehicle for your travel needs in Enterprise or Myrtle Beach.