Ocean Reef Vacations: So Much to Do In Myrtle Beach in the Winter!
You need a weekend away—or maybe more. There’s no reason to wait until next summer, come to the beach this winter! If you’ve never been before, you won’t believe the good it does you. There’s something about the beach in winter that absolutely lowers your blood pressure. Plus, you can still get out and about and have fun.
Wondering what to do on your winter trip to Myrtle Beach? Here are a few of our favorite ideas:
• Catch your favorite attractions without the crowds.
Ripley’s Aquarium is open 365 days a year. Broadway at the Beach is open nearly as many days. Carolina Opry has an amazing annual Christmas show. And best yet, you can enjoy all these attractions in Myrtle Beach in the winter without dealing with long lines, parking headaches and crowds. What could be finer?
• Play a round of golf.
Our relatively mild winters are great for golf—personally, we’d rather play golf on a brisk sunny day than on a hot and humid one! And winter golf can also mean better luck getting your preferred tee times.
• Explore Myrtle Beach restaurants.
Take your pick from among the 1,900 or so restaurants on the Grand Strand and explore some culinary delights! High brow, low brow, budget, or splurge, there are tons of options for dining out in Myrtle Beach. And in the winter, you’re less likely to run into long waits and crowds.
• Hit the lazy river and hot tub.
Our indoor water amenities are enclosed and delightful all winter long. So if you got a little chilled while out walking at the beach and watching the waves, don’t worry. We’ve got a great place for you to warm up.
• Go shopping!
There is fantastic shopping to be done in Myrtle Beach, from Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach to The Market Common at the south end. There are also two Tanger Outlets where you can hunt for a bargain.
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