Conway is a fast growing small town of 24,849 (2020 Census) in northern South Carolina, about 20 miles from Myrtle Beach. The town's population has grown rapidly since 2000 thanks to an influx of retirees and active adults. Active adult communities spread out in all directions. Being adjacent to Myrtle Beach is a good thing because it provides an anchor and easy access to the amazing shopping, beaches, golf courses, and cultural venues of Myrtle Beach.
Conway has several buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, including City Hall, which was designed by Robert Mills, the architect for the Washington Monument. Conway's Main Street USA project has given its downtown a revitalized appearance with quaint shops and bistros. The Riverwalk is a big attraction with many great dining opportunities. Photo of the marina courtesy of Wikipedia and Carson True (public domain). Photo of City Hall courtesy of Wikipedia and Pollinator, Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0/