Home to several vintage aircraft, Warbird Park is a memorial to the men and women who were stationed at Myrtle Beach Air Force. You can visit Warbird Park FREE of charge.
There a placards throughout the park noting the bases history and significant events.
Planes on static display at Warbird Park are:
The A-10, known as The Warthog because it wasn’t a very pretty aircraft to look at, was the workhorse for Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Praised by the ground troops during Operation Desert Storm, the A-10 provided valuable close air support. This very aircraft was flown by a local during Desert Storm, Joe Barton who resides in Murrells Inlet.
The F-100F Wild Weasel, was tasked with locating and destroying North Vietnamese enemy air defenses. The F-100 Super Sabre logged 360,283 combat sorties during the Vietnam War and its wartime operations came to end on 31 July 1971.
The A-7 Corsair, initially entered service with the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. It was later adopted, with some modifications, by the United States Air Force.
Wall of Service at Warbird Park
Everyone who served honorably at the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, whether military or civilian, is eligible to be recognized with an engraved granite nameplate on the Wall of Service at Warbird Park on Farrow Parkway.
Circle of Heroes Memorials
Warbird Park Battle Cross Memorial
Battle Cross Memorial at Warbird Park is to honor all the brave men and women who have fought and died for our country.
A Merchant Marine Monument honors the over 9,000 Merchant Marines who lost their lives during WW II.
The POW-MIA Memorial stands for all those brave service members who served and did not make it back home.
Ample FREE parking is available. Numerous shaded picnic tables are available throughout the park. Pets are welcome and must remain on a leash while visiting the park.
Warbird Park is located at the entrance to The Market Common, just off Highway 17 Business.
Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise
Cruise the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, jetties, and beaches of Myrtle Beach!
See dolphins frolicking in their natural habitat along with local nature and wildlife in a unique way, in this 1.5 to 2 hour cruise. Fun for the whole family!