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Myrtle Beach is filled with amazing attractions to enjoy during your vacation, but if there’s one can’t miss spot, many would say it’s Broadway at the Beach. This gigantic entertainment megaplex is South Carolina’s most visited attraction, and since opening back in 1995, upwards of 14 million guests visit Broadway at the Beach annually. There is simply something for everyone around the 350-acre complex.Where to EatNearly two dozen eateries and snack shops are located throughout Broadway at the Beach, ensuring each diner can satisfy their appetite no matter what they crave. Guests with a craving for fresh seafood delights are sure to enjoy the options at restaurants like Landry’s Seafood, Joe’s Crab Shack and King Kong Sushi.... Read More
As you plan your summer vacation to Myrtle Beach, there are plenty of things to look forward to. From checking out the attractions of Broadway at the Beach or the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk to playing a round of golf at one of the dozens of Grand Strand golf courses, your options are endless. But sometimes, at the end of a long day, nothing beats kicking back on your balcony with a frosty drink in your hand, watching the gentle waves of the Atlantic Ocean roll in. Here are a few fantastic drink recipes to mix up on your next vacation to Myrtle Beach.Dole Whip LemonadeMyrtle Beach is technically an island (well, a man-made island at least), so inject some island vibes into your vacation and blend up a few servings of Dole Whip Lemonade.... Read More
Spring is a time of non-stop festivals around Myrtle Beach, with everything from car shows and carnivals to film festivals and bike rallies. Late April offers a fun afternoon of feats of strength and Scottish culture as the Coastal Highland Games return to the Grand Strand. Taking place on Saturday, April 25th from 8 AM to 5 PM, this year marks the second installment of the Coastal Highland Games. Last year’s inaugural competition was a huge success, and this year the action takes place at Grand Dunes Marina Park at 8201 Marina Parkway in Myrtle Beach. Scores of competitors from all over the country will descend upon the park to try to best the field in a variety of traditional Scottish contests.... Read More
Myrtle Beach already has a huge assortment of amusements and rides to excite you on your getaway, but in late April and early May thrillseekers will have even more to choose from as the 2020 Horry County Fair takes place. With a lengthy list of rides, games and events to entertain guests, the Horry County Fair is a can’t miss attraction during your spring vacation to Myrtle Beach.All the fun takes place from May 1st to May 10th at the Myrtle Beach Speedway. This year is the fifth year the fair has brought good times to thousands of visitors, and with wall-to-wall amusements within the fairgrounds, there will be plenty to keep guests of all ages entertained.... Read More
This event has been postponed to October 30th- 31st, 2020.Myrtle Beach has always been known for the huge variety of restaurants located along the Grand Strand, featuring every cuisine you could ever imagine. Whether you’re in the mood for Thai, Italian, Mexican, Indian or fresh local seafood, the meal you have been craving can always be found in Myrtle Beach. This spring, Myrtle Beach celebrates mobile eateries with the 2019 Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival, showcasing a huge lineup of the best food trucks the Grand Strand has to offer. The food truck industry has exploded over the past five years, with total sales exceeding over $2 billion.... Read More
Myrtle Beach is known for having a huge abundance of restaurants ranging from local seafood joints to high-end steakhouses and everything in between. With hundreds of different eateries dotting the coast from North Myrtle Beach down to Pawleys Island your appetite is guaranteed to find it’s perfect mate. And if you’re planning a fall vacation to Myrtle Beach there are going to be plenty of culinary celebrations showcasing some of the most popular lowcountry food specialties. If you consider yourself a foodie you can’t miss these great events on your next trip to Myrtle Beach.Myrtle Beach Seafood FestivalFor those planning on a weekend trip to Myrtle Beach on the weekend of November 1st-2nd, you have to check out the Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival.... Read More
Myrtle Beach and muscle cars: they go together like peanut butter and jelly. There’s just something iconic about cruising down Ocean Boulevard in a classic American automobile. And as spring gets closer and closer, convertible weather is right around the corner. This March, the premier car enthusiast event returns to the Grand Strand as the Run to the Sun Car Show commemorates its 31st year.With over three decades of history in Myrtle Beach, this show is sponsored by the Pee Dee Street Rodders club, a group of classic car enthusiasts that organize an amazing three-day schedule packed with shows, demos and vendor events that are sure to be a car lover’s dream.... Read More
There are many great reasons to take a summer vacation to Myrtle Beach. One of the top reasons is definitely the amazing entertainment options to enjoy around the Grand Strand. If you're lucky enough to be making a trip to Myrtle Beach in mid-June you can't miss the 2018 Toughest Monster Truck Tour as it comes to the Myrtle Beach Speedway for their Beach Devastation show. This high-octane exhibition will be jam packed with horsepower, speed and gravity-defying jumps from the biggest names in the monster truck circuit. Taking place over June 15th and 16th at the Myrtle Beach Speedway, the Beach Devastation show will pit a lineup of eight huge monster trucks against each other in a competition showcasing their speed, agility and power as they scream around the dirt course and crunch cars under their massive 66-inch tires.... Read More
There are tons of ways to have fun on your Myrtle Beach vacation, from mini golf to arcades to boogie boarding down on the beach. If you find yourself in North Myrtle Beach, it's definitely worth your while to head over to 710 Lanes. If you're a fan of bowling 710 is an awesome venue to roll a few games, but with a huge array of games it's so much more than your average bowling alley. Just take a look at what you can expect during your visit at 710. 710 offers 20 lanes for guests to show off their bowling skills, with six of their lanes featuring state-of-the-art LED lighting and special surface treatments for a next-level bowling experience.... Read More
Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas of the Grand Strand offer dozens of great spring festivals each year. One of the most popular festivals will return for its 13th year as Mayfest On Main takes place in North Myrtle Beach on Saturday, May 18th. If you're thinking about making a weekend trip to Myrtle Beach in May, this is sure to be a great event to enjoy during your vacation. Mayfest On Main has been a favorite spring festival for Grand Strand visitors and locals alike. Year after year, Mayfest On Main celebrates the return of warm, sunny weather with a fantastic assortment of live music and food and craft vendors, always happening on the Saturday before Mother's Day.... Read More
When you think about Myrtle Beach, there are many things that come to mind like the Boardwalk, beach music and endless golf courses. But one of the things Myrtle Beach is best known for will be celebrated from April 20-29 as the SOS Spring Safari returns to the area to perform the shag at the Grand Strand's most popular beach bars and dance clubs. With ten days of dancing fun packed into the duration of the festival, fans of the shag cannot miss taking a vacation to Myrtle Beach during the Spring Safari. For those unfamiliar with the history of the shag along the Grand Strand, here's a crash course.... Read More
All golfers know that a great set of clubs doesn't automatically improve your game, but it probably won't hurt to upgrade those old sticks rattling around in your golf bag. After all, Jack and Arnie may have gotten by with wooden drivers, but even they got with the times as technology advanced. And the current arms race of drivers, irons and putters continues to push the limits of what professional and amateur golfers can do out on the course. When you come to golf in Myrtle Beach, why not upgrade your arsenal to shoot your lowest round yet? Check out some of the newest and hottest clubs around to break 100, 90, 80 or lower on your upcoming Myrtle Beach golf vacation.... Read More
It's always important to book great accommodations for your upcoming Myrtle Beach vacation, and that's exactly what you get when you reserve with the fantastic Myrtle Beach condos available at Myrtlewood Villas. But outside your condo's front door and around the grounds of Myrtlewood you and your guests have access to plenty of amenities to enjoy on your trip to Myrtle Beach. Explore the Myrtlewood Villas resort and take advantage of these great property amenities during your Myrtle Beach getaway.Indoor Pool FacilityMyrtle Beach is known for a warm and sunny climate from spring to fall. But sometimes, believe it or not, the weather doesn't cooperate and it might be too cool or rainy for a dip in an outdoor pool.... Read More
A trip to the beach is a momentous occasion, and when you reserve your stay at Myrtlewood Resort, we hope to satisfy all of your dreams for a memorable and fantastic vacation. Between the resort's fabulous location and exciting on-site amenities, you will feel right at home when you stay at Myrtlewood Villas Myrtle Beach. Each condominium in Myrtlewood Villas features in-house amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, private balconies or patios, and washers & dryers. The addition of these conveniences of home help to make your stay more efficient and relaxing. Outside of our vacation homes, visitors can enjoy a wide variety of on-site amenities.... Read More
At the end of each summer in the Myrtle Beach area, the crowds grow smaller, and the temperatures grow cooler. While everyone loves the excitement of the summer months, it is the winter that makes the beach city a cozy place for relaxation and rest. Even though the weather tends to get cooler from December to March, winter temperatures in Myrtle Beach are very mild, and days are most frequently filled with crisp, blue skies. A walk on the beach is definitely not out of the question during your winter stay, so bring your sandals along. There's no better way to escape the snow and bitter cold of your hometown than by spending the winter months in beautiful Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.... Read More
The Myrtle Beach area is typically known for many things, from its numerous shopping districts to its sparkling beaches to its challenging golf courses. But for those of us who aren't quite skilled enough for standard golf, Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach offer an array of family-friendly mini-golf courses, and some of the area's top spots remain open in the colder season. If you're looking for something fun to do during your off-season visit to the Grand Strand, check out one of these Top 5 Mini-Golf Courses open for your Winter vacation. 5. Mutiny Bay: Miniature GolfLocated on Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach, Mutiny Bay Golf offers players 36 holes in an all-outdoor pirate adventure.... Read More
Each year, American families and friends come together for fellowship and feasting to honor the centuries old national holiday of Thanksgiving. Since George Washington recognized it in 1789, the holiday has grown to include much more than just food and family. In fact, one of the most exciting parts of the holiday season takes place on the day after Thanksgiving: Black Friday. Black Friday has become one of the biggest shopping days of the year in the United States, and Myrtle Beach's reputation for extensive shopping and dining makes it the perfect place for all of your holiday shopping. Three of the Grand Strand's most prominent areas for Black Friday shopping include Tanger Outlets, Coastal Grand Mall, and Market Common.... Read More
A long weekend is the perfect reason to take a short trip to the Grand Strand this Columbus Day. Beginning on Friday, October 7, there are so many things to experience all throughout the area, from Little River down to Murrells Inlet. Take advantage of the lower, autumn temperatures, as well as the lighter crowds and visit us during Columbus Day Weekend. One of the most beloved festivals from around the area comes back for its 12th year of celebration. The Shrimp and Jazz Festival will take place on October 8th and 9th on the historic Little River waterfront. Visitors to the north end of the Strand can take part in this two-day event that is sure to please seafood and music lovers alike.... Read More
Autumn is the prime season for football, sweaters, and local festivals, most of which celebrate a special aspect of a community's distinct cultural or societal influences. Now in its 24th year, the St. John's Greek Festival of Myrtle Beach will continue to impress with its vibrant celebration of Greek culture at its finest. Honoring all of the glory of Greek culture, cuisine, and family fun, the festival is appropriate for visitors of all ages. The festival takes place from Thursday, September 29 to Sunday, October 2, at the St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church of Myrtle Beach. If you find yourself dreaming of exotic foods, live performances, and festival street vendors, then don't miss your chance to take in the sights and sounds of the Greek Festival.... Read More
Myrtle Beach is known for many things, some of which include the Grand Strand's beautiful golf courses, divine dining, and endless shopping experiences. However, beyond those delightful segments of Myrtle Beach, the city is also home to many award-winning dinner and theatre shows. One of the most popular and spectacular stage performance locales along the Grand Strand is The Palace Theatre, located off of Highway 17, adjacent to Broadway at the Beach. Housed in a gorgeous, rotunda-styled building, with sky-high columns and an inviting stairway entrance, The Palace Theatre was voted 2014 WINNER for Best Live Entertainment Theater by Carolina Forest Readers Choice Awards.... Read More
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