Cherry Grove Pier

The Cherry Grove Pier

The Cherry Grove Pier was built early in the 1950's and has been owned by the Prince family since 1965. It has weathered many a hurricane, and was remodeled and lengthened in 1999 after a visit from hurricane Floyd. Click here to learn more about Cherry Grove and its landmark pier. With the only two story observation deck at any privately owned pier in the Myrtle Beach area and record catches, the Cherry Grove Pier is 985 feet of fishing fun for the entire family.

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View Webcam

Are you wondering what is going on at the Cherry Grove Pier? Want to see what the weather is? Click below to visit our live webcam. You can pan/zoom and control it to view the cherry grove pier and surrounding areas.

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What's Being Caught?

There are many varieties of fish that can be caught from the Cherry Grove Pier including Mackerel, Spot, Tarpon, Flounder and More. To stay up to date with what is being caught, please checkout our Facebook page.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about the Cherry Grove Pier? Click below to read our Frequently Asked Questions. Don't see your question listed? Feel free to contact us.


History with Hurricanes

The Cherry Grove Pier also has a colorful history when it comes to Hurricanes. In 1989 the Pier was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo which left a widespread path of destruction across the state of South Carolina. It was rebuilt and the two-story observation deck that was added became a very popular sightseeing destination. In September of 1999, Hurricane Floyd left its mark on the Cherry Grove Pier by snapping off the observation deck and depositing it 1000 yards down the beach. It was rebuilt and renovated in time for the next summer season. In the spring of 2001 the tackle shop was renovated and access to the pier widened to handle the record crowds as the pier continues to grow as one of the most popular family fishing and sightseeing destinations on the South Carolina coast.

Giant Shark from 1964

The Cherry Grove Pier is the home of many record catches including a world record 1780 lb. Tiger Shark and a record 98 lb. Tarpon. Click here to learn more about Carolina salt water fish, crabbing, and pier fishing.

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