Fantasy Harbour District
Your Guide to the Fantasy Harbour District in Myrtle Beach
What is the Fantasy Harbour District?
This is a popular question. Simply put, it is a special distribution district of Horry County. It had its start as a retail and amusement district, but during the Great Recession (2007-2009), the amusement park shuttered.
The good news is that the district is thriving with plenty of distribution jobs and still remains a retail and amusement area.
Hungry? Check out these Fantasy Harbour restaurants and eateries.
Thirsty? Check out these Fantasy Harbour bars and clubs.
Bored? Check out these Fantasy Harbour activities and entertainment.
Wanting? Check out these Fantasy Harbour retailers and shops.
Tired? Check out these Fantasy Harbour hotels and lodging.
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Fantasy Harbour District is ready for your business
Quite a few businesses would be well suited for the Fantasy Harbour District. Maybe you could open up your shop here.
The Fantasy Harbour District has a large pool of hungry people nearby. There are seven hotels/resorts, two distribution centers, and many businesses nearby filled with potential customers. The Forestbrook communty is ripe for new food.
The old Waccamaw Pottery was a staple of the quintessential Myrtle Beach vacation. This area would thrive with original and creative mom-and-pop shops. Locals and visitors alike are craving diverse wares and custom crafts.
Good places have fun things to do and attract people. Attractions, activities, museums, classes, crafts, sports, and games. Myrtle Beach has plenty of activities for tourists, but for locals, we need affordable places to go.
Fantasy Harbour is at some of the busiest crossroads leading into Myrtle Beach. Thousands of people move through the district each day. There are great opportunities for clever entrepreneurs to serve the personal needs of customers.