Sandcastle Oceanfront Resort at the Pavilion is close to beaches and family attractions. Downtown Myrtle Beach is a 5-minute cab ride from the resort, and it's ...
Sandcastle Oceanfront Resort South Beach is just minutes from the beach, as well as the shops and restaurants lining the boardwalk. Brookgreen Gardens sculpture ...
This beachfront condominium resort in North Myrtle Beach is 3 miles from the Carolina Opry's variety shows and Pirates Voyage Dinner Attraction, and 9 miles ...
Nestled on the beach, this Myrtle Beach motel is within a 10-minute walk of Family Kingdom Water Park, Bald Head Island, and Family Kingdom Amusement Park. Fanta ...
Myrtle Beach vacations have something for everyone. You can enjoy miles of beautiful sandy beaches to relax in the sun, or you can visit one of the amusement or water parks for more adventure. Shopping, dining, and an active nightlife will keep you amused when you are away from the water. Get a taste of history when you visit the Battleship USS North Carolina or spend the day at Myrtle Waves Water Park. Besides its many water activities, Myrtle Beach provides an artistic and cultural experience with their museums and events. Enjoy Myrtle Beach travel no matter what your interests may be.
For your Myrtle Beach vacations, summer is the ideal time to see the area. The water is warm and the attractions are brimming with activity. However, if you are looking for a time with fewer crowds, the weather is mild year-round, which makes it a great place to visit even in winter. You may not get to enjoy the beach activities, but there is plenty to see and do around the area. It is especially busy during the Beach and Boogie BBQ Festival at the end of the season.
Stop for a hot dog at Peaches Corner, located on Ocean Boulevard, a part of Myrtle Beach history since opening in 1937.
Enjoy a nice dinner at T Bonz Gill and Grill at Barefoot Landing, a casual atmosphere with delicious food.
Stroll down the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and enjoy music, shopping, dining, and fun for the entire family with fireworks to end the evening.
Take in an afternoon baseball game as part of your Myrtle Beach vacations with the Pelicans, part of the Carolina League.
Shop in the heart of Myrtle Beach at Broadway at the Beach, where you will find gift shops along with clothes and jewelry.
Myrtle Beach Miniature Golf has three courses, each with their own unique design to give visitors a fun experience away from the beaches.
Myrtle Beach Speedway, the place where future NASCAR drivers learned to drive, provides family fun for your Myrtle Beach travel.
Brookgreen Gardens, which hosts a beautiful display of outstanding sculptures along with a zoo, is known as a National Historical Landmark.
Wheels of YesterYear is a classic car museum with an impressive display of vintage autos from all the major manufacturers.
The most visited attraction in the area, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Aquarium will give guests a jaw-dropping experience.
Myrtle Waves Water Park is filled with water rides and slides and many other attractions for the entire family.
The Hopsewee Plantation, a home built back before the Revolutionary War, is a testament to the times of the nation’s early history.
WonderWorks will turn your Myrtle Beach vacations upside down as you enter an upside down building for a unique experience.
The Battleship USS North Carolina is moored near Wilmington and provides visitors with a look at life on a warship.
The Big M Casino is a casino cruise boat that offers a variety of games to play along with a great buffet with specialties when you get hungry.
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