Trick-or-Treating on vacation is exciting and fun for the entire family. Myrtle Beach is known for being a family destination and Halloween time doesn’t disappoint. There are many established neighborhoods and a variety of events held in the Grand Strand. A majority of shopping centers offer trick-or-treating as well including Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, Tanger Outlets and more. Here are the top places to take the kids trick-or-treating in Myrtle Beach, plus other great Halloween events:
Broadway at the Beach: It’s the perfect area in Myrtle Beach to take the kids. Broadway at the Beach is a fun and safe environment offering trick-or-treating from 4:00-6:00 pm. There are plenty of surprises for the little ones and plenty of shops for mom and dad to check out along the way. If your child is 10 and under and dressed up, they can eat free at Hard Rock Café with one adult meal. Sounds like the perfect family night to us!
Barefoot Landing: The attraction in North Myrtle Beach is having two fun-filled events for family and friends! Come out on October 24th for “Boofest! Kids and Pets Costume Contest!” The event runs from 12:00pm-4:00pm. Dress up your little one and their four-legged friend and see if they have what it takes to win. On October 31st, Barefoot Landing will hold a trick-or-treating night from 5:00-7:00 pm. Ghouls, goblins, and ghosts will be out to help pass out candy.
The Marshwalk: Take a ride down to the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk and enjoy a fun night on Halloween! The Marshwalk is a beautiful area to walk around and is the perfect spot for trick-or-treating. The costume contest begins at 5:00 pm for the kids and is filled with fun prizes. Prizes will be given to the most original, scariest, funniest, best group and best duo. Afterward, the kids can stroll along the Marshwalk and get candy from their favorite restaurants.
The Market Common: The Market Common is a great place for the entire family to enjoy. Trick or Treating begins at 5:00 pm and will be filled with goblins and ghouls! Many of the stores in The Market Common will participate and give out candy to trick-or-treaters. Plus, the family can enjoy complimentary carriage rides in front of Dolce Lusso Salon. The night will also be filled with live music and entertainment near Grand 14 Movie Theater. It’s sure to be a fun night for everyone.
Inlet Square Mall: Shop and trick-or-treat at the same time! It sounds like a win-win for the parents and children! On Halloween night from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm the stores will be handing out free goodie bags to all kids. The little ones can also bring in their own carved Jack-o-Lantern for a chance to win up to $250 in prizes.
Pine Lakes Neighborhood: If you are vacationing on the north end of Myrtle Beach and looking to get more of an at home feel when it comes to trick-or-treating, we recommend Pine Lakes neighborhood. The community borders the historic Pine Lakes International Country Club and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in town. It’s typical to see parents riding their golf carts up and down the streets while the kids go from door to door. Plus, there are many neighbors that decorate their lawn in a spooky scene. It’s the perfect way to get you in the Halloween spirit.
Just because you are on vacation doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the a Myrtle Beach Halloween with the family. The Grand Strand has plenty of events and happenings to make you feel right at home.