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Ready for one last getaway in 2020?Of course, you are. This has been a challenging calendar to flip for many. Items and routines of comfort and happiness are welcome at every turn. New Year’s Eve – a time of reflection and celebration – is coming up.What better way to acknowledge it than in your favorite...Read More About What is going on in Myrtle Beach for New Year’s?
What do you do when it’s chilly – but all you want to do is chill somewhere it isn’t so chilly?Myrtle Beach is a warm option. It’s not tropical in the winter, but it’s comfortable. Snowbirds – folks who come from colder climes in cooler times – flock to the Carolina coast to escape the harsh reality of ground that stays...Read More About 5 interesting facts about Myrtle Beach in the winter
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Whether you’re in Asheville, N.C., or Los Angeles, there’s a delicious scene to drink in. Local breweries are popping up everywhere, from chic metropolitan areas such as Atlanta and Toronto to the quaint, down-home towns such as Finger Lakes, N.Y.Another spot has emerged as a hot spot for hot new brew: Myrtle Beach.We took a...Read More About Local brews are making the news.
Thanksgiving is a welcome respite in the midst of winter, to reflect on our own gratitude and pause for a long weekend (usually, filled with food, football, and a little fun.)It’s such an anticipated holiday – and in 2020, it’ll be especially so.Travelers to Myrtle Beach might not know that this area is awesome for a fall...Read More About 5 interesting facts about Thanksgiving in Myrtle Beach
Those who have visited Myrtle Beach’s Ocean Reef Resort in the past know that...Read More About Add Some Fun — and FREE — Adventure to Your Myrtle Beach Vacation With Brittain Rewards!
Is it open? That is the question. All summer, Myrtle Beach vacationers checked in on their favorite activities before making the trip. All summer, visitors wore masks, social distanced and generally respected the threat while having fun. Businesses have made adjustments, too. As always, check with the Center for Disease Control for the...Read More About Here’s What’s Open in Myrtle Beach Now
In some places, September means an end to summer fun. Myrtle Beach is not one of those places. With an average high of 83...Read More About The Best Ways to Enjoy September in Myrtle Beach
Every day could be a beach day when you’re on the coast of South Carolina. The beaches along the Grand Strand make it easy to let your...Read More About HOW TO SPEND A BEACH DAY AT THE GRAND STRAND