Think again before digging a hole on the beach: New rules passed in Myrtle Beach

The City of Myrtle Beach passed new rules for beachgoers earlier this week during a city council meeting.

Three new rules address digging holes, tents for children and surf fishing.

Under the new rules, it is now illegal to dig a hole deeper than two feet on the beach and no holes can be left unfilled. In addition, metal shovels will not be allowed for digging at the beach.

Read more here.

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