Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach

(4.2/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web)
Previously known as the Village of the Barefoot Traders, Barefoot Landing is a shopping complex built over a filled-in portion of Louis Lake. The 15 quaint village shops of unusual wares that once made up the complex has expanded to more than 100 shops and activities encircle the lake. Many restaurants have outdoor seating with a view over the whole complex. Use our North Myrtle Beach itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Barefoot Landing and other attractions in North Myrtle Beach.
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  • Good spot for walking solo or with family. Cute shops, plenty of restaurants (castanos is my favorite) and fun little activities for kids. This is a must stop spot at least once every vacation.  more »
  • Walking across the bridge was a little shaky wind was blowing strong but it was a lovely day not very crowded nice walking area a lot of places to shop  more »
  • Was in the area on spring break, and have been here before. This place is a great to walk around, site seeing or grab a bite to eat at one of the many places. Decent shops to look or buy some items. D...  more »
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  • Awesome unique boutiques as well as some smaller chain stores (del sol, peace frogs, etc) and restaurants. The boutiques are local small businesses that are absolutely necessary to explore because you can find pretty much anything, usually (what I would consider) affordable since many items are handcrafted or imported. Perfect place to find one-of-a-kind gifts! Beautiful landscape...layout is a little confusing, need a map at least for the first visit so you don't miss anything.
  • A nice shopping center. Stores are arranged around a boardwalk on the sound. Unique shops. Definitely worth checking out.
  • We went to the fireworks show on a Monday after a long day at the beach. Family was happy we ended the night with a very cool and free fireworks display on a warm summer night. That's all we did, so I can't rate the shops. But getting in and out of the place was easy and there were plenty of good spots to watch the short show.
  • This is a collection of shops and restaurants all of which sit on a waterfront. It's a fun place to walk about and it does have some unique offerings. It's a smaller cousin to Broadway at the Beach but it is also easier to get around and has neat floating bridges on the water with potential alligator sightings from time to time.
  • Has a very nice selection of retail and restaurants. It's a great time to spend an afternoon and there's stuff here for the whole family.