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Conway is a city in Horry County, South Carolina. It is the county seat of Horry County and a part of the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area. It is also the home of Coastal Carolina University. Conway is a city that has numerous buildings and structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the City Hall Building, which was designed by Robert Mills who also designed the Washington Monument. Since the completion of the Main Street USA project in the 1980s, Conway’s downtown area has seen a major amount of revitalization. Historically speaking, Conway is one of the oldest towns in all of South Carolina. Early English colonists had named it Kings’ Town, but it was soon changed to Kingston. It was officially founded in 1732 as part of Royal Governor Robert Johnson’s Township Scheme, and was laid on a bluff overlooking the Waccamaw River. Over its numerous decades of colonization, agriculture, participation in the American Revolution which led to residents wanting to discard the name that honored Great Britain’s King George II, Conway would gain both the name and structure that it has today. It is a city full of history, charm and beauty.
The Conway area, as well as its surrounding communities, cities and neighborhoods, all fall under a humid subtropical climate categorization. The summer seasons tend to be on the longer side, and especially hot and humid, with average daytime highs being from eighty-three to ninety-one degrees Fahrenheit. The coastal location of most of these areas somewhat mitigates the heat in comparison with inland areas of South Carolina. Mild winters are also expected, with rare freezing temperatures and light frost, thought it estimated less than fifteen days per year will see any kind of frost. Tropical thunderstorms and precipitation are common during the summer months as well.
Conway is one of the best areas you can find on the East Coast to get out and enjoy some of South Carolina’s rich history. Not only does it have a close proximity to all the festivities and beaches of Myrtle Beach, but a plethora of historic buildings and riverside ventures that you and the whole family can participate in.
Wonderworks – 1313 Celebrity Cir – (843) 626-9962
Ripley’s Aquarium of Conway – 1110 Celebrity Cir – (843) 916-0888
Waccatee Zoological Farm – 8500 Enterprise Rd – (843) 650-8500
Myrtle Beach SkyWheel – 1110 N Ocean Blvd – (843) 839-9200
Conway isn’t quite the tourist hub that Myrtle Beach or North Myrtle Beach are, but it does not lack for shopping. Conway instead has plenty in the way of interesting, smaller shops with unique treasures for every kind of shopper. Whether you are looking for vintage fashion, antiques or something a bit harder to find, Conway has you covered.
Conway Glass – 209 Laurel St – (843) 248-3558
Wild West – 110 Carolina Rd – (843) 347-9378
Power Comics – 2262 Hwy 501 E – (834) 347-3477
Bodega – 301 Main Street – (843) 248-9271
Conway has a fantastic mix of exotic cuisines coming together to form one phenomenal dining experience. With its classic American offering and exotic cuisines from all over the world coming together on your plate, you can hardly find a better experience. Dining in style is the standard in Conway and it doesn’t get much better than that.
Eggs Up Grill – 2246 E Highway 501 – (843) 349-4748
Rivertown Bistro – 1111 3rd Ave – (843) 248-3733
Crady’s Eclectic Cuisine on Main – 332 Main St – (843) 248-3321
The Trestle – 308 Main St – (843) 248-9896
Conway is amongst the coastal cities in the area, and no one parties quite like beach bums. Of course, Conway doesn’t just revolve around beach culture. Instead, it has its own offerings of bars, pubs, breweries and clubs where you can catch the game over a cold one just as easily as you can spend the night dancing your shoes down to their soles.
Crafty Rooster – 1125 3rd Ave – (843) 438-8330
Tongy’s Shmackhouse – 201 Graduate Rd Unit 117 – (843) 347-8664
FATZ Café – 2494 Church St – (843) 369-0591
The Warehouse – 104 Laurel St – (843) 248-3287
The Conway area is highly praised for its school systems throughout its many suburbs. Those looking to raise a family, or to further their own education, need not worry about a shortage of schools, both conventional and unconventional; it’s the perfect opportunity to learn on the beach, and off it.
Harry The Potter – 4007 B Belle Terre Blvd – (843) 236-3009
Conway Christian School – 1200 Medien Pkwy – (843) 365-2005
Horry Georgetown Technical College – 2050 Hwy 501 E – (843) 347-3186
Coastal Carolina University – 755 Highway 544 – (843) 347-3161
Population density: 805
Median Age: 29.6
Male/Female ratio: 0.8:1
For those who are looking to make the move to any area within the Conway area, the local job market is not in short supply, nor is the income many residents can expect. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer.
Seaside Dermatology – 4017 US-17 # 200 – (843) 651-4600
Coastal Vision Center - 1651 Glenns Bay Rd – (843) 650-2400
Draft Beer Services – 908 Jackson St – (843) 626-9402
Lawsuit Lending Now – 5335 N Kings Hwy – (877) 222-4778
If you want to step out of the water for a bit and enjoy some local history or culture, the Conway area is in the perfect place to do so. Not only do you have an abundance of rich history, but you also have several historical towns about and the ever present presence of the beach culture around.
Conway Riverwalk – 910 B 5th Ave
Pawley’s Island Historical Marker- 321 Myrtle Ave
Warbird Park – Conway, SC
Cap’n Rod’s Lowcountry Tours – 701 Front St – (843) 477-0287
Conway has built its reputation not on the merits of a tourist town, but one that is chock full of history and a charm all its own. Potential residents and visitors alike can enjoy this riverside city and all that it has to offer with ease.
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