Ready for the warm spring sun on your face? For the smell of the salt air? For that feeling of freedom in a warm, fun place?
You’re ready for springtime in Myrtle Beach.
As we wait out winter’s cold and dream of the beach, here’s a guide to get you going. Whether it’s your first jaunt or 100th to the Grand Strand, this can help. Spring will be sprung before you know it!
The best way to get the accommodations you want is to get started now. Whether it’s a solo getaway, couple’s retreat, or family vacation, you’ll want to find a resort that fits. Here are factors to consider when making reservations.
PROXIMITY. You’ll want a resort that’s close to the things you’ll want to do while you’re on the Grand Strand. Want easy beach access and great restaurants nearby? Consider a place such as Paradise Resort.
AMENITIES. There should be perks of staying in, too. Some resorts offer so much, it’s easy to spend a whole day on site. Would you like a spa day on your getaway? Consider a place such as Caribbean Resort.
CHOICES. Brittain Resorts has properties in Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle, and Litchfield. Choose the one that fits you best by visiting Brittain Resorts.
Temperatures climb into the 60s and 70s for highs in the spring, but the nights sometimes get chilly. You’ll want to pack your swim gear, but also hoodies and jeans for cool nights. And why not shop for clothes here?
FOR BEACH GEAR. For everything from bikinis to biker T-shirts, hit an area shop. You’ll find beach towels, swimsuits, hats, and more. Eagles Beachwear stores are everywhere.
FOR FUN FASHION. For whatever activities you get into, nab some cool clothes while you’re here. Something for a nice dinner out. Broadway at the Beach has tons of stores for all your needs.
Here’s a list of things to pack for a spring trip to Myrtle Beach.
Whether mild or wild, leave room for fun when you’re on the Grand Strand. Here’s a top-10 guide.
See scenery and learn history in a new way. Take a kayak tour with Myrtle Beach Paddle Board & Kayak Adventures.
The Grand Strand boasts lots of awesome cuisines. If you want a non-seafood night, try Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurant.
Take a quality, private charter for an experience you’ll never forget. Myrtle Beach Guide Service delivers it.
Catch the big game (or race) and get great grub while you’re at it. Visit The Barrel Sports Bar & Grill.
Myrtle Beach has chain joints. For some local flavor, order a Supreme Pizza from AJ’s Pizza Myrtle Beach.