Check out the latest news happening on the grand strand and learn what to expect when you visit 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
Holidays. At the beach.Sure beats Christmas in a snowy, sub-zero town. Myrtle Beach is a destination all year round. But winter on the Grand Strand is loaded with fun things to do, and mild weather to do them in. Add Christmas magic to the mix and you’re in for something special.Why not celebrate the holidays in a place you love...Read More About A holiday getaway to the beach? Here’s how to do it
Ah, vacation.No chores, no work (let’s hope – unplug while you’re here, okay?). A vacation to Myrtle Beach serves a great purpose: to allow your batteries (not your devices’!) recharge.So why in the world would you want to plan meals to cook in your condo’s kitchen? Cobbling together a family favorite or new recipe and...Read More About Cooking in the condo? Here are 4 delicious recipes
It’s wintertime.But, you’d still like to be outside. Who wouldn’t, in the Carolinas? Especially in a place such as Myrtle Beach.(Plus, the pandemic has folks thinking about social distancing, and that’s tough to do inside.) Outdoors feels like a logical solution. Luckily, there’s a lot of things to do outside in Myrtle...Read More About What is Myrtle Beach like for fun outdoor activities now?
One of the best parts of staying at a Brittain Resort is that it’s close to all the fun. Another great part of staying at a Brittain Resort is that you can have tons of fun - and delicious meals - on site. Especially for you fall travelers to Myrtle Beach, sticking around close to your condo can be a nice addition to your getaway....Read More About What is my best eating option at Compass Cove?
Make it to the Grand Strand this September for a late-season getaway. September temperatures are cooler, but the fun in Myrtle Beach is still hot. With highs still in the low 80s and...Read More About 5 Tips For a Great Fall Getaway to Myrtle Beach
With some social distancing, you can enjoy all your favorite spots in Myrtle Beach this autumn. Masks, wherever you go, are the key to having fun in Myrtle Beach. Vacationers did a great job with safety measures this summer, which is a major reason this awesome vacation destination can still host visitors. If you remember your mask, you can go...Read More About What is Open This Fall in Myrtle Beach