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Information for People with Disabilities


Handicapped Accessibility


The City of Myrtle Beach is committed to accessibility for our residents and visitors with disabilities.  The following information will be helpful in your travels around the city.

Beach-Going Wheelchairs

The City of Myrtle Beach provides beach wheelchairs, free of charge, to residents and visitors alike who visit the city’s beaches.  The wheelchairs are distributed on a first come, first served basis due to popularity of the service and total number of wheelchairs available.  To fairly distribute the wheelchairs, the city does not honor advance reservations, overnight requests or multiple day requests.

Beach wheelchairs are given to beach patrons for use for one calendar day, after which the wheelchair must be returned to the City of Myrtle Beach by 5:00 p.m. on the same day the wheelchair is delivered.  Weather permitting, delivery times are between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., seven days a week, excluding off-season city holidays.  The city does not close for Memorial Day, July 4 or Labor Day!  City holidays are, as follows:  New Year’s Day(January), Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January), July 3 or 5 (substitute for July 4), Veterans Day (November), Thanksgiving (two days in November) and Christmas (two days in December).


Beach Wheelchair Requests...  Interested?  Request and schedule a beach wheelchair, if one is available, by contacting our staff at 843-918-1488 or  The city needs the following information: 


     Phone number

     Precise delivery location

The location of delivery must be within the city limits of Myrtle Beach. The responsible party is prohibited from transporting any beach wheelchair to other locations, other than the address listed on the agreement form. If the individual requesting the wheelchair doesn’t answer the phone; the Community Service Officer will attempt to leave a message advising him or her that the requested wheelchair is available for delivery. If the individual does not call back within 30 minutes, the Community Service Officer will notify the next person on the list.


Delivery...  Upon delivery, the accepting party must show the city representative a legal form of identification, such as a driver’s license.  The party must also sign an agreement/wavier form accepting responsibility for the wheelchair, including responsibility for the condition of the wheelchair while in their care.  Any damage or misuse of the wheelchair beyond beach purposes may result in criminal and/or civil action.  The City of Myrtle Beach reserves the right to cancel or retrieve the property for any reason.


Pickup...  At the end of the day, a City of Myrtle Beach representative will contact the responsible party and collect the beach wheelchair.  The city accepts no reservations for the next day. If the accepting party wishes to request a wheelchair to be delivered the following day, they must resubmit a request for that day.  The city offers no guarantee for the next day delivery of a beach wheelchair.    


Third-Party Rental Wheelchairs...  In the event the city’s beach wheelchairs are unavailable, or if you want to have a beach wheelchair for overnight and multiple day usage, third party rental companies exist in the area.  Please note that the list of private companies as a courtesy resource, and the city does not endorse any commercial businesses.  The rental fees and restrictions are set by the individual companies, and the City of Myrtle Beach is not responsible for any reimbursement cost. 


Wheelchairs and Scooters of Myrtle Beach

1325 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach SC 29577



Mobility Center

7831 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach SC 29577


Parking and Parking Meters

In South Carolina, any vehicle displaying a valid handicapped, Purple Heart, Disabled American Veterans or Medal of Honor license tag, or a valid and official handicapped hang tag, may park for free at any public-operated parking meter.  If your vehicle displays one of these, then you do not have to pay a municipal parking meter anywhere in South Carolina. Of course, city buildings have designated handicapped parking spaces. 

Accessible Beach Access Points

Myrtle Beach has 42 public beach access points (street ends, parks and other access points).  Here is the list of those public locations, from south to north.

  • 29th Avenue South (fully accessible)

  • 24th Avenue South

  • 23rd Avenue South

  • Hurl Rock Park at 20th Avenue South (fully accessible)

  • 19th Avenue South

  • 17th Avenue South

  • 16th Avenue South

  • 15th Avenue South (fully accessible)

  • 12th Avenue South (fully accessible)

  • 11th Avenue South

  • Ninth Avenue South (fully accessible)

  • Seventh Avenue South

  • Third Avenue South (fully accessible)

  • First Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • Second Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • Fourth Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • Seventh Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • Ninth Avenue North, north side of Plyler Park (fully accessible)

  • 11th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 13th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 1600 North Ocean Boulevard (fully accessible)

  • 1708 North Ocean Boulevard

  • 1802 North Ocean Boulevard (fully accessible)

  • Anderson Park at 20th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 2104 North Ocean Boulevard

  • 2302 North Ocean Boulevard

  • 25th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 2504 North Ocean Boulevard

  • 31st Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 34th Avenue North

  • 38th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 41st Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 44th Avenue North

  • 47th Avenue North

  • 48th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 51st Avenue North

  • 53rd Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • Gardens by the Sea, 5400 North Ocean Boulevard (fully accessible)

  • Seaside Place (fully accessible)

  • 64th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 65th Avenue North

  • 66th Avenue North

  • 69th Avenue North

  • 70th Avenue North (fully accessible)

  • 75th Avenue North

  • 76th Avenue North

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