Welcome To PinegroveTownhomes.com

Welcome to the internet home of Pinegrove Townhomes, located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Our community is nestled quietly into the south end of Myrtle Beach and is comprised of 2 and 3 bedroom condominiums.

If you are looking to relocate to the Myrtle Beach area, or if you are just planning to visit, feel free to browse the site at your leisure. You may find some useful information in our Available Units Section or the About Pinegrove Section. If you have any questions, or would like to request information, you can reach someone here.

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Myrtle Beach 4th of July Fireworks

It is illegal to shoot fireworks within Pinegrove as well as the Myrtle Beach city limits, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch some fantastic professional displays. Here is a list of 4th of July Fireworks shows throughout the Grand Strand.

Myrtle Beach

Broadway at the Beach, between 21st and 29th avenues North on U.S. 17 Bypass. Fireworks start at 10 p.m. Friday, July 4, 2014, over Lake Broadway.

TicketReturn.com Field, 1251 21st Avenue North. The Myrtle Beach Pelicans will celebrate Independence Day with post-game fireworks diplays on July 2 and 3.

Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach 4th of July Celebration, Surfside Drive and Ocean Boulevard. Fireworks with live entertainment from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, July 4, 2014.

Murrells Inlet

Murrells Inlet 4th of July Boat Parade and Fireworks display, Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk & Veterans Pier. The 30th annual boat parade begins at noon Friday, July 4, from Garden City Point. The parade runs along the Marshwalk and down the inlet to the Hot Fish Club. Fireworks begin at 10 p.m. at the end of Veterans Pier, and can be seen from anywhere along the Marshwalk as well as down the marsh shoreline at Belin United Methodist Church and Hot Fish Club.

North Myrtle Beach

Barefoot Landing, 4898 Highway 17 S. Fireworks begin at 10:15 p.m. Friday , July, 4, 2014, over the lake at Barefoot Landing.

Cherry Grove pier, 3500 N. Ocean Blvd. Fireworks begin around 9 or 9:15 p.m. Friday, July 4, 2014. The 19th annual fireworks display at the Cherry Grove Pier will fill the air with lights and sound this 4th of July. The event is free and open to the public. Bring a beach chair to enjoy the amazing light show comfortably near the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Pinegrove Pool Opens May 31st

The Pool Will OPEN On Saturday, May 1st !!

The time has finally arrived for the Pinegrove Pool to open for the 2014 Summer season. Pool tags will be required again this year and will only be valid for the 2014 season. Each unit will be issued (4) tags for the price of $35.00. If you bought tags last year, you will need to RE-purchase them for this season.

Tim Chestnut will be on property Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. to supply tags to anyone interested. After Saturday, tags will be available by appointment only through Tim Chestnut.

Please Remember the Following Rules:

* Pool tags are REQUIRED. The Pinegrove pool is considered Private Property and anyone using it without tags will be considered Trespassing. Violation of this rule MAY resort in Police involvement.

* ALL children under the age of 16 are REQUIRED to have adult supervision when using the pool.

* Proper swimming attire is required to use the pool. No street clothes, shoes, etc are allowed in the water.

* If the gate is Locked, the pool is Closed.

A complete set of rules can be found in the Pool area or can be obtained by contacting Tim Chestnut.

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Myrtle Beach Easter Egg Hunts

If you are going to be in the area for Easter and have children, you may want to check out one of the local Easter Egg Hunts:

Children’s Museum of South Carolina: The Children’s Museum of South Carolina will host an Easter Bunny Brunch and a progressive Easter Egg Hunt from 9-11 a.m. or 1-3 p.m. Saturday, April 19. They’ll offer goody bags for each child and the chance to win even more prizes. Admission is $12/person or $6/member. Call early for reservations as space is limited.

Inlet Square Mall: If you’re near the south strand, visit with the Easter Bunny from 6-8 p.m. Friday, April 11 at Inlet Square Mall. They’ll host bunny crafts and an Easter Egg Hunt with free prizes for the first 50 kids. The hunt is open to ages 1 to 12.

Loris Easter Egg Hunt: The Loris Community Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the Loris Nature Park at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 13. The event will feature lucky eggs, prizes, free hot dogs, a petting zoo and more.

McLean Park: McLean Park in North Myrtle Beach will host their 32nd annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19. Egg hunts will be divided according to age groups and refreshments will be provided by the North Strand Optimist Club. Bring your camera for photos with Ms. Blossom.

Morse Park: The Georgetown County Parks and Recreation Department will host Eggs in the Park for ages 5 to 12. The event includes an Easter Egg Hunt with candy and toy-filled eggs and an appearance from the Easter Bunny. The hunt begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 17 in Morse Park in Murrells Inlet.

Springmaid Beach Resort: Springmaid Beach Resort has a bevy of Easter activities open to the public planned all weekend long. Their Easter Egg Hunt is planned for 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 20 at the Harbor Oaks Miniature Golf Course at the resort.

Surfside Beach: The town of Surfside Beach will host an Easter Egg Hunt at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19 at the Hucabee Complex in Surfside Beach.

Trinity United Methodist Church: Trinity United Methodist Church will host an Easter Egg Hunt with pancake brunch on Saturday, April 19 at 11 a.m. The church is located in North Myrtle Beach. Tickets are $3/adult and children eat free. They’ll also host crafts and games.

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Farmer’s Market Opens For The Season

Myrtle’s Market

Opens Wednesday, April 16, 2014 for the Spring!

Myrtle’s Market is open three days a week and is located on Mr. Joe White Avenue, near the intersection of Oak Street. Market hours are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, beginning Wednesday, April 16, 2014.

The market features an excellent selection of seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, brought to you by local growers and providers. Additional vendors are welcome. If you’re interested, please call Bryan Lowry at 843-918-4906 to inquire.

Here’s a list of what’s typically available, when in season…

beans, beets, cabbage, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, turnip greens, lettuce, okra, onions, peanuts, bell peppers, potatoes, summer squash, tomatoes, turnips, zucchini, apples, cantaloupe, peaches, blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, flounder, shrimp, goat cheese, annuals, perennials, bedding plants, barbeque sauces, maple syrup, honey, jams and jellies, molasses and various homemade products and crafts

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Highway 15 Closed at Pine Island

Highway 15 will be CLOSED at the Pine Island intersection on April 9th. As most residents and locals know, Highway 15 has been under construction for some time. The end result will be the addition of a traffic light and turning lanes to at Pine Island. The original road closure was planned for April 7th; however, due to weather concerns that work has been postponed until this Wednesday, April 9th.

If you are to be affected by the road closure, you may want to consider one of the following alternatives.

1.) 17th Avenue & Pridgen Road: As you leave the complex, take a right turn and an immediate left on 17th Avenue South. Approximately .4 mile down, take a left onto Pridgen Road. Stay on Pridgen and you will connect back to Highway 15 at Town Square Apartments.

2.) Harrelson Boulevard & Bob Grissom Parkway: Take a right onto Highway 15 as you leave the complex and stay straight until the road ends at Harrelson Boulevard. Turn right and stay straight until the FIRST traffic light. Make a right hand turn onto Grissom Parkway and stay straight. Once you reach the intersection at Highway 501, turn right and proceed into town. You will pass by 3rd Avenue South, Broadway Street, and eventually Highway 17 Business.

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Pest Control Reminder


Just a reminder that the monthly pest control service will be this Thursday, March 27th. Please make plans to allow the exterminator access to your unit. If you have any questions, contact Tim Chestnut at 902.2797.

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March Tide Table

Courtesy of Tides4Fishing.com

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A Word On Towing – Update Your Sticker !!

With the Return of Towing on the complex, you may want to Check Your Parking Sticker. At least TWO vehicles, each belonging to LONG TIME OWNERS, have been towed recently due to their sticker being faded. You would think that the tow company would have common sense and take the time to look or would recognize/remember the vehicles; however, DO NOT take a chance. Once your car has been towed from the property, YOU are responsible for the towing charge as well as any damage that your vehicle may suffer.

Take the time TODAY to inspect the Pinegrove Parking sticker on your vehicle(s). If it is the least bit faded, or has started to peel away, contact Tim Chestnut IMMEDIATELY for a replacement.

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Weekly Weather 2/10/14

Provided by: Weather.com

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Myrtle Beach Proposes Closing Ocean Boulevard

At night. They are wanting to close a section of Ocean Boulevard EACH NIGHT to allow foot traffic only. Here is what is being discussed, courtesy of The Sun News:

If all goes as Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes hopes, a portion of Ocean Boulevard downtown would be shut down from Easter to Labor Day to allow only pedestrian traffic at night as soon as this year.

The mayor said Wednesday allowing room for more pedestrians on the section of Ocean Boulevard from Seventh Avenue North to Mr. Joe White from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. would encourage those people to go into the shops instead of drive past them.

“If you’re in your car and riding, you’re not spending,” he said. “Think about Broadway at the Beach. They park there and walk. They park there and spend money. So why would they not spend money on the Boulevard?”

The Downtown Redevelopment Corp. board members said Wednesday during their annual retreat that they agreed with the concept and would look into the logistics before sending a recommendation to City Council.

Rhodes said the idea stems from what is done in the French Quarter in New Orleans, where Bourbon Street and surrounding roads are open during the day to allow deliveries to restaurants and shops, but closed at night to allow pedestrians to easily walk around.

“The sidewalks aren’t very wide [in downtown Myrtle Beach] and it gets crowded,” Rhodes said.

Many DRC members and other downtown stakeholders said most of the logistics would have to be figured out before the board makes any suggestion to City Council.

“I think it’s a good idea, but it’s certainly going to take a whole lot of research and a lot of work,” police Chief Warren Gall said. “It would increase foot traffic and business on that street.”

City manager Tom Leath said if the city decides to pursue the idea, the Myrtle Beach Planning Commission and then the City Council would have to approve it.

“If everybody says, ‘Yes, this is a great idea,’ it could be in place by this season,” he said. “But I think [the DRC] is going to have a fair amount of discussion about it. And the Planning Commission would likely have a fair amount of discussion. And City Council probably would as well.”

DRC executive director David Sebok said he wasn’t sure that shutting down three blocks of the Boulevard was something that should happen every night, but possibly on weekends.

Members also noted that closing a portion of the Boulevard would increase traffic on nearby streets. Gall noted that for years people have come to Myrtle Beach to cruise the Boulevard.

“They bring cars [and] drive the Boulevard,” he said. “People want to see the cars. The people in the cars want to see the people walking. But nobody’s going into the shops.”

Eli Jones with DDC Engineers, Inc., said for some people, the cars on the Boulevard are part of the appeal.

“One of the reasons people come down here is to see the nice rides,” Jones said. “From an engineering and police standpoint, having a thoroughfare on Chester Street or Withers would be a very beneficial thing to try to pursue.”

But Craig Atkins, manager at Ripley’s Entertainment, said “We’ll have increased traffic on nearby streets, but instead of driving, they’ll start walking.”

Oceanfront Merchants Association President Chris Walker said he was open to trying the mayor’s idea. Walker owns two businesses on the stretch of Ocean Boulevard that would be closed at night.

“I know it might be surprising but I like the idea of trying to close the Boulevard at night,” he said. “And I like it because if it doesn’t work you can flip it back around.”

All of the plans are in the early stages and more information will be released as it becomes available.

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