New to the Neighborhood?

Welcome!  If you are new to Edgewater, you have made a fine choice of location to spend your time.  Whether you are here on vacation, a long term renter or an owner who lives here full time – the weather is moderate, the fun is endless, the variety of activities immense!

The Edgewater Condominium community is a small, exclusive enclave nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Norman golf course in Barefoot Resort of North Myrtle Beach, SC.  The amenities exclusively for this community include a beautiful pool and an indoor exercise room in the Edgewater Clubhouse, accessible with the Barefoot key card/fob.  Note that you must have a pool tag to enter the pool area during the pool season.

Edgewater Owners also have access to the larger Barefoot North Tower pool and the fabulous beach front Barefoot Cabana.  You may access the North Tower pool with the Barefoot key card or fob that you use to enter Edgewater gates, clubhouse and pool.  North Tower is a large pool with shallow zones for enjoying the sun as well as kiddie pool and large shaded hot tub.  The Beach Cabana has a loading zone and two large parking lots accessible only with the Barefoot key cards and with a Barefoot sticker on the car.  Downstairs at the Cabana are picnic benches and showers (no pets please).  While upstairs there is seating around tables for those fun gatherings, lounge chairs for sun bathing, rest rooms, kitchenette and ice machine – all accessible with the Barefoot key card.

A golfer’s paradise, one can enjoy 4 of the top courses on the Grand Strand located here at the Barefoot Resort– Norman, Love, Fazio and Dye.  The driving range is a walk away, and the Barefoot Clubhouse runs a shuttle to and from the driving range.  The Putter’s Pub at the range is a great place to have lunch or dinner.  And, while the Grand Strand has the highest concentration of golf courses in the nation and is THE destination for golfers ….. it’s not ALL about Golf ….

The beautiful sandy beaches are less than 2 miles from Edgewater.  There is a shuttle service running in season if you don’t wish to drive to the beach and have the hassle of parking.  The shuttle schedule can be found under Lifestyle documents on the ECA website.

The Barefoot landing is just over the bridge and includes tons of shopping, fudge/candy, restaurants and amusements for all ages.  The famous House of Blues and the Alabama Theatre have wonderful concerts and shows throughout the year.  The House of Blues has a variety of weekend live music and Sunday Brunch that would satisfy everyone.

If this isn’t enough for you, Myrtle Beach’s downtown boardwalk shops, amusement rides and restaurants are a within a 20-minute drive and the lower Myrtle Beach amusements at Boardwalk on the Beach are another 5-10 minutes further south – all along Highway 17.  Don’t miss Cal Ripkin’s Baseball complex hosting training camps and tournaments for all ages.

Miniature golf, restaurants and stores abound – don’t forget to travel north on 17 to some great restaurants and activities.  The North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex on Robert Edge Parkway is the place to be for outdoor fun.  It has multiple baseball, softball, and soccer fields and hosts many tournaments throughout the year.  The Complex includes Dog Parks for all sized furry ones, two large playgrounds loved by the kids, walking paths, a small lake and amusements like the Go Ape!.

Further North on 17:  – Cherry Grove is a sweet shore town with wonderful beaches and a public boat ramp and pier for fishing the inlets.  Little River hosts the Crab festival every May and has Casino boats for those who like to gamble.  Don’t miss the Vereen Memorial Gardens at the north end of Little River with shady, natural walking trails among the trees, and boardwalks along the Intracoastal that afford bird watching opportunities.

Not sure where to dine?  Check out the Edgewater Owner recommendations of local restaurants for your dining pleasure in the Lifestyle documents section of this ECA website.

These ideas clearly are just a few of the many activities to enjoy in the area.  If you still aren’t sure where to go or what to do?  Ask a person in the lounge chair next to you – we’re a friendly bunch.  Enjoy your time with us in Edgewater!