Grande Dunes Announces New Waterway Trail Along the Intracoastal Waterway
New Walking Trail is for the Myrtle Beach Community
Myrtle Beach, SC – June 4, 2019 — Grande Dunes is excited to announce the opening of Grande Dunes Waterway Trail along the Intracoastal Waterway. The Waterway Trailhead is located on Marina Parkway near the Grissom Parkway overpass across from the rear exit of the Claire Chapin Epps YMCA and connects to the Marina Parkway multi-use trail. The Waterway Trail is open to the public from sunrise to sunset.
Phase I is the completed first half mile of a planned two-mile multi-use trail. The trail will ultimately end at The Marina at Grande Dunes and tie into the pedestrian pathways, which leads back to the Marina Parkway multi-use trail and to the sidewalks on Grande Dunes Boulevard. Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
The 10-foot wide trail is envisioned to accommodate exercise enthusiasts as well as those who want to take a casual stroll along the water and observe the activity on the Waterway and the wildlife. Shade structures with benches and distance markers are placed every fourth of a mile for the active guests who would like to record their time and distance. Dogs are welcome and dog walkers will enjoy the convenience of the water station created just for dogs.
“We are excited to bring our concept to reality and cannot be happier with the feel and overall look of the trail,” says Margaret LaCalle, Division President – Coastal North, LStar Ventures. “The trail will offer residents of the community an opportunity to stroll, walk their dogs or even jog; all in a safe pedestrian-friendly environment. Walking along the trail, you’ll be able to see the beautiful waterway and the opportunity to take a break, sit and watch the boaters go by. This is the first section of a two-mile trail and it will ultimately terminate at the Marina Park events lawn. We are happy to share this wonderful walking trail with the City of Myrtle Beach and hope families enjoy this trail.”
About Grande Dunes
Grande Dunes is a 2,200-acre master-planned community located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Upon completion, the community will have approximately 5,000 single-family homes, villas, home sites and 2 million square feet of retail and commercial properties. Grande Dunes stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to west of the Intracoastal Waterway, and from Water Tower Road to Grissom Parkway. Homes start from the low $200,000 to more than a million dollars.
Adding to the value of the community are a range of private and public club amenities, including, the private Members Club and golf courses, including an 18–hole Nick Price/Craig Schreiner designed championship course. This private 25,000 square foot Ocean Club and resort style pool enjoys beach access to the Atlantic Ocean. Grande Dunes Tennis Center offers 10 Har-Tru clay courts that are nestled along the Intracoastal Waterway. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway is the 126-slip Marina at Grande Dunes and the popular Anchor Café. At the southern edge of the community is the Claire Chapin Epps Family YMCA.
This year, Grande Dunes is celebrating its 20th anniversary by offering a variety of events at their on-property venue, Marina Park. Events range from concerts, movies, Derby Day to family-friendly events. All events are open to the public. For more information and a calendar of events, visit https://grandedunes.com/twenty-years-of-living-grande/.
About LStar Ventures
LStar Ventures is a privately held real estate development firm that owns many of the finest master-planned communities across the country. LStar has emerged as a leader in the reinvention and reclamation of promising residential and mixed-use communities. Since its inception in 2007, LStar Ventures has built more than 40 beautiful, financially successful, and environmentally sensitive communities in 13 states while recognizing the needs of residents and integrating regional, cultural and historical features.
For more information, please visit http://www.LVNT.com
Jennifer Bynum | LStar Ventures | Jenn@LVNT.com | 919-256-1981