Myrtle Beach Tourism At a Glance
Best Time to Visit Myrtle Beach South Carolina
Myrtle Beach is best for sunlovers from late May through the end of September. Golfers and fans of the growing night-light will find it perfect year-round. Click Here to find hotels in Myrtle Beach. If you need additional visitor information for Myrtle Beach, Click Here.
Average Myrtle Beach Weather
July and August are the hottest months, with sea breezes making temperatures in the 90s bearable. The climate is temperate year-round with only a few cold days annually.
Myrtle Beach Airport is served by the Myrtle Beach Express out of Newark and frequent regularly scheduled flights on major airlines. Road-tripping is easy with excellent connections off of Interstate 85. It's best to have a car when visiting Myrtle Beach, as the Grand Strand isn't too convenient for walking.
Bargain-hunters can always find a room in the $60 range if they plan ahead in-season. Many hotels offer golfing and entertainment packages that can shave dollars off the total cost of a family vacation. The Cadillac Hotel offers a "gold key" program with multiple discounts at area eateries and shops. Restaurants in all prices ranges from five-dollar sandwich shops to blow-out seafood feasts are easily accessible.
South Carolina Tourism - Myrtle Beach Attractions, Activities and Day Trips
Check out Brookgreen Gardens on Hwy. 17, a sculpture garden like no other in America. Stop by Murrell's Inlet for gulf stream fishing and other seafaring excursions. Just outside of Mrytle Beach you'll find Waccamaw Outlet Center -- one of the largest outlet collections on the East Coast. If you must wander farther afield, Myrtle Beach is a short drive from historic Georgetown, SC and Charleston.
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