Check out the latest news happening on the grand strand and learn what to expect when you visit Myrtle Beach.
Hit the ground running in 2019 with a trip to the Grand Strand for the 22nd Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon, and kick up your heels with a relaxing stay at Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort. Just in time for the unofficial start of spring along the South Carolina coast, the March 1-2 event offers races for runners of all distances, not just the...Read More
Technically, this time of year is called winter. But for true seafood-lovers on the Grand Strand, it's known as oyster season, their favorite time of year. The "R" months (September through April) are prime time for fresh oysters, and January and February are right in the middle of the peak harvesting period. That means the continuation of a...Read More
Looking to cure a bad case of the wintertime blues? Try taking a winter vacation to the sunny shores of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for some intensive retail therapy at The Market Common. Located only 1 mile from Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort, The Market Common offers an upscale shopping district that looks like it belongs in a major urban...Read More
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a popular destination during Spring Break, and Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort is a great place to bring your family for that well-deserved break for your spring fever. As you are already wishing the winter blues away, start planning your stay with us. Wake up in the mornings to a white sandy beach. Enjoy your...Read More
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has so many great things to see and do that you never have to look far to find fun. Between the beaches, golf courses and various attractions and entertainment options, it's often easy to miss some of the more tucked-away treasures of the Grand Strand, many of which have been preserved for all to enjoy at area...Read More
The South Carolina coast has a rich history dating back to the pre-Colonial era, but much of the early architecture has long since been destroyed by hurricanes, the Civil War and simple decay. However, the Grand Strand is home to several former working plantation sites and structures that have been preserved over the centuries, including The...Read More
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina welcomes millions of visitors annually to the seaside paradise. But the area is also home to some unique full-time residents, albeit it in much smaller numbers. The natural beauty of the Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coastline that surrounds Myrtle Beach, features a diverse landscape that includes the...Read More