Located just 12 miles inland from the beach, Conway is one of the oldest towns in South Carolina. Originally named Kingston, the town was created in 1734. It was laid out on a river bluff in the center of what eventually became Horry County. Conway's past has been proudly preserved and you still get that hometown feeling as you stroll down Main Street or view one of the giant moss laden live oaks that are a Conway trademark.
A true river town, Conway’s updated riverfront features an 850-foot boardwalk along the Waccamaw River. Family owned restaurants and unique shops are around every corner and many have been in the same family for generations. Conveniently located close to Coastal Carolina University, Conway Hospital and just 15 minutes from Myrtle Beach this small town offers large opportunities.
If you enjoy the pace of small town living with the convenience of a larger metropolitan area you should consider calling Conway, South Carolina home.