The Cherry Grove Fishing Pier extends 985 feet into the Atlantic Ocean so there is plenty of room for fishing for both ... More
Cherry Grove Fishing Pier
The Cherry Grove Fishing Pier extends 985 feet into the Atlantic Ocean so there is plenty of room for fishing for both serious and casual fishing enthusiasts. For those who don't care to fish, there is a 2-tier viewing deck which provides a magnificent view of the ocean and surrounding area. The biggest tiger shark ever caught was caught at this pier. Other fishing records include a second place king, a first-place sheeps head, and a record whiting.
My family and I really enjoyed walking on the pier. We didnt mind paying the $1.50 bc that money probaly pays for maintinaing the pier. I found out it was privatly owned, so $1.50 isnt much, plus you can leave and came back to walk again later the same day.
We went to the Pier just for the experience of walking out onto the ocean. It costs us a $1.50 a piece to walk out, but that same $1.50 lasts all day long, so if you want to visit later that same day you don't have to pay again.
While out on the pier we got to watch a few guys trying their luck at surfing on one side. It was nice to get that kind of view of them, and not having to watch from the beach.
There were a couple of dozen people fishing this day. Even seen a guy actually bring one in. So there are good fishing opportunities here.
It used to be a great place to fish until someone put a hotel in the parking lot and the teenagers use it as a gathering place to shout obscenities and run up and down the pier and cause traffic jams from one end to the other for the people who are there to fish. The manager should stop anyone from entering without fishing equipment.
All Of The People Complaining About Having TO Pay Just To Walk On The Cherry Grove Pier Need To Remember One Thing.......This Is A Fishing Pier, Not A Walking Trail.........you Can Walk For Free Anywhere But This Pier Is For Fishing And I Might Ad That Is A Great Fishing Pier.......Keep Your Rugrats Out Of My "Fishing Way" And Let Them Walk On The Beach - For Free - And Let Me Fish In Peace Without Having To Dodge Your Spoiled Kids........thanks And Happy Fishing
The worst thing about this pier is the love of money that pervades management. The employees are rude and the only thing that matters is the money.
The fishing is poor, but even worse are the fake posters who are probably pier owners or employees giving this place five stars.
Run to Wilmington, Holden Beach, or MB.
You will only feel ripped off here.
it was clean and nice however it was a little pricey for fishing. but then so were the other piers. not worth the money. and i really dont think any of the piers should charge you just to walk out on them. that is a way to run off business.
this used to be one of the better myrtle beach area attractions. I grew up going to the north myrtle beach, and going to the pier in cherry grove was one of my most favorite things to do, but , in the past 7 or 8 years, the owners or new management only see a dollar sign and nothing else. They ruined the experience for people that used to go in the past. I will never fish off of that pier again. It is by far over-rated, and they overcharge for everything that is envolved with the property. I would by far reccomend any other location in the area!!!
This is a pier, a very nice pier, most people like to fish and alot like to just come walk out on the ocean. I have spent many a day on this pier most of the time I catch fish but I have been known to be a great fish feeder. Sure you can fish free on the beach or you can rent a boat. If you like to fish like myself, well from this pier, you can meet alot of interesting people who can share many a tale about this pier!
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