Save along the beach.
Affordability and an easy-going oceanfront atmosphere make Myrtle Beach a fall favorite. With rates from $69, spread out in beachfront condos and hotels boasting lazy rivers and pools along more than 60 miles of powdery beach, accented by one of Travel + Leisure's Best Beach Boardwalks.Learn More
Beyond the sand.
With amusement parks, museums and tours, Myrtle Beach has plenty of diversions that don't involve sand. Touch gliding stingrays at Ripley's Aquarium or engulf the family in a giant bubble at the Children's Museum of South Carolina. Swashbucklers take the stage at the popular Pirates Voyage dinner show.Learn More
Tee up in a destination that attracts the pros. Golf legends Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones and Greg Norman have all designed courses in Myrtle Beach. With nearly 100 championship courses -- along with 50 putt-putt courses for the kids (and kids at heart) -- it's a golf mecca.Learn More
Myrtle Beach's natural offerings extend beyond its beaches -- just get a look at the tranquil setting at Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet, a fishing village about 13 miles from the downtown bustle. Head to Carolina Backwoods ATV Adventure Tours for some off-road fun or explore the waterways by kayak with Black River Outdoors.Learn More
Dinner and a show.
In 1986, Calvin Gilmore and The Carolina Opry pioneered the theater boom here. Since then, the Myrtle Beach area has emerged as a live entertainment hot spot - whether it's headliners at the House of Blues, knights battling at Medieval Times, comedy from Carolina Improv Company or the popular ONE variety show at Alabama Theatre.Learn More