Check out the latest news happening on the grand strand and learn what to expect when you visit Myrtle Beach.
Headed to Myrtle Beach soon? Compass Cove Resort is the perfect spot to rest your head for your next coastal getaway. And there's plenty of fun on-site and nearby. A great part about staying at Compass Cove is that so much is right there, and you don't even have to leave the property. But, it's also close to many of the things we love about...Read More About Summer Entertainment Guide for Compass Cove
On a daily basis, there are a gazillion photos taken along the Grand Strand. Give or take a million or two. Why? That’s because there are tons of photo-worthy moments when you visit Myrtle Beach. And it's a breeze to snap a great shot with a smartphone. What things do you love in the Grand Strand? What are your favorite images when you...Read More About Join In On The Myrtle Beach Photo Scavenger Hunt
The Marsh Walk at Murrells Inlet is close to Myrtle Beach — but also a world away.It has its distinctive vibe, with casual, high-quality restaurants and one-of-a-kind shops. You might even begin to make it a regular vacation destination in itself. The beauty and serenity of the Intracoastal Waterway is a wonderful backdrop to all the...Read More About Where to Eat, Shop, and Have Fun in Murrells Inlet
When you're in Myrtle Beach, amazing seafood is never far. It's the region that made calabash seafood famous, but it's more than that today. Sure, you can still get your delectable battered basket of shrimp, but there's a variety of seafood on The Grand Strand, too. Here are five of our favorites, and suggestions for what to order. ...Read More About 5 Must-Try Seafood Restaurants in Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach is always up for the next great adventure. This spring, that means a liquid nitrogen creamery called Buzzed Bull Creamery. A brother and sister team are behind the cool operation for ice cream and nitro milkshakes. You can order your sweet treats buzzed (alcohol-infused for those 21 and older) or without (no alcohol), and either way,...Read More About A Cool New Treat: Meet Buzzed Bull Creamery
Enough is enough, winter. It’s time to head to the place where the sun is warm and the sand is soft. Days are getting longer, and temperatures are getting warmer. Start planning your first spring vacation of 2021. You’ll vanquish the winter doldrums even further! We’ve put together the ultimate guide for your summer fun on the Grant...Read More About Your Guide to the Ultimate Spring Vacation in Myrtle Beach
There’s a cool new water feature in the works for Myrtle Beach: Surfworks Adventure Park. The centerpiece for the park, due to open in 2022: Wavegarden Cove technology in the pool to create waves. It’s already in place in similar parks in Australia and England. Waves can be of various sizes and strengths, some strong enough for...Read More About Surfworks Is Coming To Myrtle Beach: Here’s What’s Happening
Ever wish you were still at the beach when you get home from the beach? It happens. We long for the sun, and the fun. We pine for calabash shrimp and box seats at a Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball game. The suntans fade, the sand washes out of our shoes. And we keep thinking about going back to the Grand Strand. You can recreate one part of...Read More About Home Recipe: Make Your Own Voodoo Bucket
5 Fun Facts About Fun in Myrtle Beach This Spring What’s the Weather Like in Spring in Myrtle Beach? March and April are mild and sunny. You can expect temperatures in the 60s and 70s, with low humidity. It’s a popular Spring break destination. It also has some of the most affordable prices for...Read More About Top 5 Reasons to Visit Myrtle Beach This Spring
If you think about it, every season is Myrtle Beach season.Golf courses remain playable 12 months a year. There are festivals on the Myrtle Beach calendar from January through December. It’s reasonable in most seasons for a walk on the beach, a hike on the trails, or even a cocktail on the balcony.Here, we’ve broken down...Read More About Which Season is the Best for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation?
It’s the biggest game of the year. Where will you watch it? At home? No offense, but you’re in Myrtle Beach, you can do WAY better. The Grand Strand has plenty of places to watch the Super Bowl that are sure to be a blast! We’ve taken a look at some of the hotspots around town for you to see the new (or repeating champion) crowned in...Read More About Big Game, Big Fun: Your Myrtle Beach Guide to Super Bowl Sunday
There is a handful of things you just can’t do – or probably can’t do – in Myrtle Beach this offseason. That’s just a fact.Most probably, spending an afternoon swimming in the surf isn’t in your December or January plans in Myrtle Beach. (Unless you’re visiting from Anchorage and have the cold tolerance of a polar...Read More About 13 Facts About the Off Season in Myrtle Beach