Farrow Parkway is a four-lane, parkway that connects US 17 and US 17 Business in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The roadway replaced a former two-lane roadway through the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. The area is currently known as the Market Common. The road project had cost $6.9 million, which came from Myrtle Beach funds and Horry County RIDE funds. Farrow Parkway is named after Lt. William Farrow who was a member of the Doolittle’s Raiders in World War II.
The intersection of South Carolina Highway 707 with U.S. Highway 17 at Farrow Parkway has seen increased traffic, and one of the first priorities for Horry County's program 'Riding on a Penny' will be to build a grade-separated interchange connecting the two roads together. The projected cost of the project is $49,500,000. The recommended configuration of the interchange, due to limiting right-of-way space and heavy traffic demands, is a single-point urban interchange.