Carolina Forest is one of the most popular areas in Myrtle Beach. It is a master-planned community located between Conway and the city of Myrtle Beach making it very convenient to all that the Grand Strand has to offer. Carolina Forest is an all-inclusive community with award winning schools and is home to many businesses including restaurants, shopping, gyms, medical offices, banks and more. Do you like to play golf? The Man O’ War and Wizard golf courses are located in Carolina Forest and were designed by renowned architect Dan Maples. More of a beach person? The beautiful Atlantic Ocean is only minutes away from Carolina Forest too!
Carolina Forest Real Estate
There are approximately 20 neighborhoods in Carolina Forest. Many of them are connected to each other with sidewalks off of the main arterial road, Carolina Forest Boulevard, which runs through the center of the community. All of the neighborhoods have unique features and a variety of amenities. On this site, you will find detailed information for each of the neighborhoods in Carolina Forest with all available listings so that you can find the perfect place to match your lifestyle.
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Carolina Forest History…
The land in Carolina Forest used to be part of the Buist Tract which was owned by Burroughs and Chapin until it was purchased by International Paper in 1937. Horry County and International Paper formed an agreement so that Carolina Forest would be developed according to the master plan. At full build-out, an estimated 56,000 people will live in the community. Development began in the 1990’s and Carolina Forest is still growing today.
Where is Carolina Forest?
Most people recognize the community by the large Carolina Forest sign (pictured above) off of 501 near Tanger Outlets. You can also access the community by following Robert Grissom Parkway from the city of Myrtle Beach to River Oaks Drive and then taking a right onto Carolina Forest Blvd.