For Your Winter Trip to Ocean Reef, Don’t Forget Your Swimsuit!
There’s plenty to love about a winter trip to the beach. For one, it’s downright calm and peaceful in the winter. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll on the beach looking for shells or a walk along the boardwalk and not have to worry about jostling for position. You can also get a great rate on accommodations in Myrtle Beach in the winter, without a doubt. And the great part is that there’s still plenty to do to relax and unwind, even if you don’t feel much like leaving the resort!
Here are a few ideas:
Go for a swim
“The only thing that’s really closed down in the winter is the waterpark area, the Lagoon Launcher. But we have another pool outside that’s heated in the winter, if you’d like to swim there, and then we have an enclosed area with a lazy river, three hot tubs and an indoor pool,” said Crystal Vanderschans of Ocean Reef.
Enjoy a terrific breakfast
The Café du Port is our oceanfront restaurant where you can enjoy an outstanding breakfast served up by the friendliest staff you’ll ever encounter. We mean it! Our breakfast team—many of whom have worked here for nearly 20 years—will make you feel at home because they consider our guests their extended family. Come and enjoy a meal with us and see what we mean!
Go grab some Starbucks
The only thing that makes a walk on the beach in winter better is a hot cup of your favorite Starbucks drink. Fortunately, we have a Starbucks right onsite at our sister resort, Long Bay Resort. It’s just steps away from Ocean Reef, so head on over and grab your favorite cup—we’re thinking it’s about time for a sweet and spicy gingerbread latte!
Taste the best burgers in Myrtle Beach
Also just steps away from Ocean Reef Resort? The best burgers in Myrtle Beach, as voted by the readers of the Sun News. We love River City Café, and so do our guests—whether you get a regular old burger or a mondo kitchen sink platter piled high with onion rings and even grilled cheese sandwiches! You will not be disappointed.
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