Experience the Ultimate in Amenities at Myrtle Beach’s The Strand

Experience the Ultimate in Amenities at Myrtle Beach’s The Strand The primary reasons for going on vacation are to relax and have a good time. At The Strand in Myrtle Beach, guests have all the amenities to accomplish that mission and more, without ever leaving the resort. Located on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, The Strand is as well known for its luxurious amenities as it is for its clean and comfortable accommodations. Formerly known as The Breakers Boutique North Tower, The Strand has a new name but the same first-class amenities that keep guests coming back year after year. For vacationers coming to enjoy Myrtle Beach's white-sand beaches, it all starts with The Strand's oceanfront pool deck with direct access to the beach. Stroll down to the beach or kick back in a cozy lawn chair on The Strand's expansive tanning lawn. Private cabanas are also available for those who prefer seclusion while they are soaking up some sun and shade.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Listed below is a list of frequently asked questions by our guests at The Strand. If you do not find the answer here, feel free to contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address):
 

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
 

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained Even on a Myrtle Beach vacation, it’s not enough just to take kids to the beach any more. The millennial generation needs to be entertained or they are quick to escape back into their cell phones and video games for amusement. But there are several toys and games you can invest a few bucks in to keep them engaged and active on the beach. Not the cheap plastic toys from the bargain beachwear stores that the little ones break almost as soon as they open them. Here are five high-quality toys and games that will keep your little ones (and even the big ones in your party).
 

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
 

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options Myrtle Beach may be famous for golf, but fishing may be its best-kept sports secret. Folks know about the fresh seafood in the restaurants and the fishing boats that bring it to shore, but few consider the fun and exciting alternative of catching your own buffet. From the deeper waters far off the coast to the inland streams and rivers, the Grand Strand offers lots of ways to wet a line:
 

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach If you think Myrtle Beach's animal laws are confusing, just imagine how your dog must feel. Our four-legged friends don't understand terms like "custody" and "jurisdiction"; they just want to run and play on the beach and have a good time with their owners. It's up to the humans to understand where your dog can and cannot go, and when they can go there. Understanding the laws in the area you are visiting depends on where and when you are staying. The laws can vary greatly from town to town, even from block to block. Guests at the Breakers Resort are within the city limits of Myrtle Beach, which means no dogs on the beach from May 1 through Labor Day, which falls on the first Monday in September, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
 

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
 

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals The easiest way to get around the Grand Strand also happens to be the most fun. Myrtle Beach Segway, the only place in town to ride these personal transportation devices, provides Segway rentals and tours for visitors looking for a unique way to spend a day. For those unfamiliar with the Segway, it's a two-wheeled electric vehicle that allows riders to stand and glide their way around town. In addition to offering training with every rental, Myrtle Beach Segway also offers tours and excursions to make riding even more enjoyable. See the Strand on one of these state-of-the-art, stand-up scooter. Located in Market Common, an urban-style shopping, dining and entertainment complex on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, Myrtle Beach Segway is surrounded by interesting places to explore. Cruise down the sidewalks of the shopping district and zip along the pathways in Valor Park to enjoy the fun and convenience of a Segway.
 

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with some of the most popular acts in the music world today. Somehow they’ve made coming to Myrtle Beach even more of a must-do.
 

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
 

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach Science calls it the “vernal equinox,” but you don’t have to be a climatologist to know when it’s almost springtime. That’s especially true of Myrtle Beach, where blooming flowers and neon lights create a colorful combination for visitors to enjoy. From the natural beauty of the Carolina coastline to the manmade wonders of attractions, restaurants and shopping centers, everything seems to spring to life in Myrtle Beach during the same magical months of March, April and May. The calendar and thermometer work in concert with the various activities in town. Here are five can’t miss clues that it’s almost spring in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and continues to serve as an island of conservation amid surrounding major development, such as Market Common and the Myrtle Beach International Airport.
 

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015 The House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 at Barefoot Landing, and the Grand Strand music scene has never been the same. The lack of a viable, mid-sized concert venue cost the Myrtle Beach music scene as touring acts frequently bypasses our corner of the South Carolina coast. But the House of Blues changed all that. The main concert hall, which holds more than 2,000 spectators, began booking major musical acts to its stage, and locals and visitors hungry for live shows responded in kind, packing the venue for all kinds of shows over the year. 2015 is no different. The HOB recently released its lineup for the new year and it looks like another winner for local music fans. From country music to R&B and from hard rock to alternative, the HOB has a diverse collection of artists ready to bring down the house:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
 

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
 

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie among golfers from all over the country who share the common love for the game.
 

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
 

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday needs and to pick up a heavy dose of the Christmas spirit:
 

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
 

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of the more popular restaurants. Here's a list of 12 can't-miss places to enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
 

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
 

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach College football is king in the South, and the Grand Strand is no different. In fact, maybe even more so since so many visitors and transplants come to Myrtle Beach and bring their allegiances with them. That creates some good-natured debates among fans from rival schools and conferences, especially on game days. But what fun is it to watch alone in your hotel room when you can catch the game with fellow fans and future friends. Find folks wearing the same-colored jersey so you can have someone to high-five when you’re winning and console when you’re losing. Either way, there are plenty of great places on the Grand Strand to watch all the games and enjoy the fun atmosphere. Here is a list of five sports bars that cater to supporters of all teams and sports but are popular among particular fan bases.
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway systems. Producing lumber and turpentine used for shipbuilding, as well as tobacco and other agricultural products, Conway was the center of economic power in the county before the development of the coastal areas as tourism destinations.
 

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
 

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide insight into the inspiration for their artwork.
 

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
 

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach Too much of a good thing can be bad. Such is the case for summer fun in the Myrtle Beach sun. Summertime is upon us, and that means painful sunburns and peeling skin ... but it doesn't have to. Not only is the sun closer and stronger during the summer months, but being around the water, whether in the ocean or the hotel pool, reflects and intensifies the more harmful rays. Protecting yourself and your children from the sun without sounding like the fun police can be a bit of a trick, but not if you follow these simple tips to a great but safe family summer in Myrtle Beach.
 

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum Looking for something to do with kids in Myrtle Beach aside from the same-old trip to Broadway at the Beach? Consider an educational, creative and fun trip to the Children’s Museum of South Carolina! It’s located just about a half mile from Breakers Resort, and it’s a great place to take your kids for some serious exploratory playtime.
 

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach There are plenty of places to go to find fun, shopping, and dining in Myrtle Beach. But there’s only one Broadway at the Beach. It’s pretty much a fun and entertainment smorgasbord—on steroids. And best yet, it’s located just a mile from Breakers Resort.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens Family vacations change over time, as kids grow up and their tastes change. Fortunately, great vacation destinations like Myrtle Beach offer up fun activities for every stage of life, from toddler-friendly activities to kid zones and even great activities for the retiree crowd.
 

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air Traveling with kids can bring added challenges. But plane treks are often a much better choice for travel to Myrtle Beach. They can be more affordable, save time or both, which translates to more time at the beach! Being prepared can help you avoid some of the headaches that often accompany flying with children. Here are few tips and things you should know.
 

The South’s Grandest Christmas Show at Alabama Theatre

The South’s Grandest Christmas Show at Alabama Theatre Celebrate the holidays in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with the Alabama Theatre's award winning production, The South's Grandest Christmas Show
 

Experience the Ultimate in Amenities at Myrtle Beach’s The Strand

Experience the Ultimate in Amenities at Myrtle Beach’s The Strand The primary reasons for going on vacation are to relax and have a good time. At The Strand in Myrtle Beach, guests have all the amenities to accomplish that mission and more, without ever leaving the resort. Located on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, The Strand is as well known for its luxurious amenities as it is for its clean and comfortable accommodations. Formerly known as The Breakers Boutique North Tower, The Strand has a new name but the same first-class amenities that keep guests coming back year after year. For vacationers coming to enjoy Myrtle Beach's white-sand beaches, it all starts with The Strand's oceanfront pool deck with direct access to the beach. Stroll down to the beach or kick back in a cozy lawn chair on The Strand's expansive tanning lawn. Private cabanas are also available for those who prefer seclusion while they are soaking up some sun and shade.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Listed below is a list of frequently asked questions by our guests at The Strand. If you do not find the answer here, feel free to contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address):
 

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
 

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained Even on a Myrtle Beach vacation, it’s not enough just to take kids to the beach any more. The millennial generation needs to be entertained or they are quick to escape back into their cell phones and video games for amusement. But there are several toys and games you can invest a few bucks in to keep them engaged and active on the beach. Not the cheap plastic toys from the bargain beachwear stores that the little ones break almost as soon as they open them. Here are five high-quality toys and games that will keep your little ones (and even the big ones in your party).
 

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
 

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options Myrtle Beach may be famous for golf, but fishing may be its best-kept sports secret. Folks know about the fresh seafood in the restaurants and the fishing boats that bring it to shore, but few consider the fun and exciting alternative of catching your own buffet. From the deeper waters far off the coast to the inland streams and rivers, the Grand Strand offers lots of ways to wet a line:
 

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach If you think Myrtle Beach's animal laws are confusing, just imagine how your dog must feel. Our four-legged friends don't understand terms like "custody" and "jurisdiction"; they just want to run and play on the beach and have a good time with their owners. It's up to the humans to understand where your dog can and cannot go, and when they can go there. Understanding the laws in the area you are visiting depends on where and when you are staying. The laws can vary greatly from town to town, even from block to block. Guests at the Breakers Resort are within the city limits of Myrtle Beach, which means no dogs on the beach from May 1 through Labor Day, which falls on the first Monday in September, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
 

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
 

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals The easiest way to get around the Grand Strand also happens to be the most fun. Myrtle Beach Segway, the only place in town to ride these personal transportation devices, provides Segway rentals and tours for visitors looking for a unique way to spend a day. For those unfamiliar with the Segway, it's a two-wheeled electric vehicle that allows riders to stand and glide their way around town. In addition to offering training with every rental, Myrtle Beach Segway also offers tours and excursions to make riding even more enjoyable. See the Strand on one of these state-of-the-art, stand-up scooter. Located in Market Common, an urban-style shopping, dining and entertainment complex on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, Myrtle Beach Segway is surrounded by interesting places to explore. Cruise down the sidewalks of the shopping district and zip along the pathways in Valor Park to enjoy the fun and convenience of a Segway.
 

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with some of the most popular acts in the music world today. Somehow they’ve made coming to Myrtle Beach even more of a must-do.
 

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
 

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach Science calls it the “vernal equinox,” but you don’t have to be a climatologist to know when it’s almost springtime. That’s especially true of Myrtle Beach, where blooming flowers and neon lights create a colorful combination for visitors to enjoy. From the natural beauty of the Carolina coastline to the manmade wonders of attractions, restaurants and shopping centers, everything seems to spring to life in Myrtle Beach during the same magical months of March, April and May. The calendar and thermometer work in concert with the various activities in town. Here are five can’t miss clues that it’s almost spring in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and continues to serve as an island of conservation amid surrounding major development, such as Market Common and the Myrtle Beach International Airport.
 

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015 The House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 at Barefoot Landing, and the Grand Strand music scene has never been the same. The lack of a viable, mid-sized concert venue cost the Myrtle Beach music scene as touring acts frequently bypasses our corner of the South Carolina coast. But the House of Blues changed all that. The main concert hall, which holds more than 2,000 spectators, began booking major musical acts to its stage, and locals and visitors hungry for live shows responded in kind, packing the venue for all kinds of shows over the year. 2015 is no different. The HOB recently released its lineup for the new year and it looks like another winner for local music fans. From country music to R&B and from hard rock to alternative, the HOB has a diverse collection of artists ready to bring down the house:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
 

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
 

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie among golfers from all over the country who share the common love for the game.
 

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
 

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday needs and to pick up a heavy dose of the Christmas spirit:
 

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
 

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of the more popular restaurants. Here's a list of 12 can't-miss places to enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
 

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
 

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach College football is king in the South, and the Grand Strand is no different. In fact, maybe even more so since so many visitors and transplants come to Myrtle Beach and bring their allegiances with them. That creates some good-natured debates among fans from rival schools and conferences, especially on game days. But what fun is it to watch alone in your hotel room when you can catch the game with fellow fans and future friends. Find folks wearing the same-colored jersey so you can have someone to high-five when you’re winning and console when you’re losing. Either way, there are plenty of great places on the Grand Strand to watch all the games and enjoy the fun atmosphere. Here is a list of five sports bars that cater to supporters of all teams and sports but are popular among particular fan bases.
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway systems. Producing lumber and turpentine used for shipbuilding, as well as tobacco and other agricultural products, Conway was the center of economic power in the county before the development of the coastal areas as tourism destinations.
 

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
 

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide insight into the inspiration for their artwork.
 

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
 

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach Too much of a good thing can be bad. Such is the case for summer fun in the Myrtle Beach sun. Summertime is upon us, and that means painful sunburns and peeling skin ... but it doesn't have to. Not only is the sun closer and stronger during the summer months, but being around the water, whether in the ocean or the hotel pool, reflects and intensifies the more harmful rays. Protecting yourself and your children from the sun without sounding like the fun police can be a bit of a trick, but not if you follow these simple tips to a great but safe family summer in Myrtle Beach.
 

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum Looking for something to do with kids in Myrtle Beach aside from the same-old trip to Broadway at the Beach? Consider an educational, creative and fun trip to the Children’s Museum of South Carolina! It’s located just about a half mile from Breakers Resort, and it’s a great place to take your kids for some serious exploratory playtime.
 

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach There are plenty of places to go to find fun, shopping, and dining in Myrtle Beach. But there’s only one Broadway at the Beach. It’s pretty much a fun and entertainment smorgasbord—on steroids. And best yet, it’s located just a mile from Breakers Resort.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens Family vacations change over time, as kids grow up and their tastes change. Fortunately, great vacation destinations like Myrtle Beach offer up fun activities for every stage of life, from toddler-friendly activities to kid zones and even great activities for the retiree crowd.
 

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air Traveling with kids can bring added challenges. But plane treks are often a much better choice for travel to Myrtle Beach. They can be more affordable, save time or both, which translates to more time at the beach! Being prepared can help you avoid some of the headaches that often accompany flying with children. Here are few tips and things you should know.
 

Experience the Ultimate in Amenities at Myrtle Beach’s The Strand

Experience the Ultimate in Amenities at Myrtle Beach’s The Strand The primary reasons for going on vacation are to relax and have a good time. At The Strand in Myrtle Beach, guests have all the amenities to accomplish that mission and more, without ever leaving the resort. Located on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, The Strand is as well known for its luxurious amenities as it is for its clean and comfortable accommodations. Formerly known as The Breakers Boutique North Tower, The Strand has a new name but the same first-class amenities that keep guests coming back year after year. For vacationers coming to enjoy Myrtle Beach's white-sand beaches, it all starts with The Strand's oceanfront pool deck with direct access to the beach. Stroll down to the beach or kick back in a cozy lawn chair on The Strand's expansive tanning lawn. Private cabanas are also available for those who prefer seclusion while they are soaking up some sun and shade.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Listed below is a list of frequently asked questions by our guests at The Strand. If you do not find the answer here, feel free to contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address):
 

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
 

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained Even on a Myrtle Beach vacation, it’s not enough just to take kids to the beach any more. The millennial generation needs to be entertained or they are quick to escape back into their cell phones and video games for amusement. But there are several toys and games you can invest a few bucks in to keep them engaged and active on the beach. Not the cheap plastic toys from the bargain beachwear stores that the little ones break almost as soon as they open them. Here are five high-quality toys and games that will keep your little ones (and even the big ones in your party).
 

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
 

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options Myrtle Beach may be famous for golf, but fishing may be its best-kept sports secret. Folks know about the fresh seafood in the restaurants and the fishing boats that bring it to shore, but few consider the fun and exciting alternative of catching your own buffet. From the deeper waters far off the coast to the inland streams and rivers, the Grand Strand offers lots of ways to wet a line:
 

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach If you think Myrtle Beach's animal laws are confusing, just imagine how your dog must feel. Our four-legged friends don't understand terms like "custody" and "jurisdiction"; they just want to run and play on the beach and have a good time with their owners. It's up to the humans to understand where your dog can and cannot go, and when they can go there. Understanding the laws in the area you are visiting depends on where and when you are staying. The laws can vary greatly from town to town, even from block to block. Guests at the Breakers Resort are within the city limits of Myrtle Beach, which means no dogs on the beach from May 1 through Labor Day, which falls on the first Monday in September, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
 

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
 

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals The easiest way to get around the Grand Strand also happens to be the most fun. Myrtle Beach Segway, the only place in town to ride these personal transportation devices, provides Segway rentals and tours for visitors looking for a unique way to spend a day. For those unfamiliar with the Segway, it's a two-wheeled electric vehicle that allows riders to stand and glide their way around town. In addition to offering training with every rental, Myrtle Beach Segway also offers tours and excursions to make riding even more enjoyable. See the Strand on one of these state-of-the-art, stand-up scooter. Located in Market Common, an urban-style shopping, dining and entertainment complex on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, Myrtle Beach Segway is surrounded by interesting places to explore. Cruise down the sidewalks of the shopping district and zip along the pathways in Valor Park to enjoy the fun and convenience of a Segway.
 

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with some of the most popular acts in the music world today. Somehow they’ve made coming to Myrtle Beach even more of a must-do.
 

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
 

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach Science calls it the “vernal equinox,” but you don’t have to be a climatologist to know when it’s almost springtime. That’s especially true of Myrtle Beach, where blooming flowers and neon lights create a colorful combination for visitors to enjoy. From the natural beauty of the Carolina coastline to the manmade wonders of attractions, restaurants and shopping centers, everything seems to spring to life in Myrtle Beach during the same magical months of March, April and May. The calendar and thermometer work in concert with the various activities in town. Here are five can’t miss clues that it’s almost spring in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and continues to serve as an island of conservation amid surrounding major development, such as Market Common and the Myrtle Beach International Airport.
 

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015 The House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 at Barefoot Landing, and the Grand Strand music scene has never been the same. The lack of a viable, mid-sized concert venue cost the Myrtle Beach music scene as touring acts frequently bypasses our corner of the South Carolina coast. But the House of Blues changed all that. The main concert hall, which holds more than 2,000 spectators, began booking major musical acts to its stage, and locals and visitors hungry for live shows responded in kind, packing the venue for all kinds of shows over the year. 2015 is no different. The HOB recently released its lineup for the new year and it looks like another winner for local music fans. From country music to R&B and from hard rock to alternative, the HOB has a diverse collection of artists ready to bring down the house:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
 

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
 

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie among golfers from all over the country who share the common love for the game.
 

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
 

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday needs and to pick up a heavy dose of the Christmas spirit:
 

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
 

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of the more popular restaurants. Here's a list of 12 can't-miss places to enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
 

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
 

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach College football is king in the South, and the Grand Strand is no different. In fact, maybe even more so since so many visitors and transplants come to Myrtle Beach and bring their allegiances with them. That creates some good-natured debates among fans from rival schools and conferences, especially on game days. But what fun is it to watch alone in your hotel room when you can catch the game with fellow fans and future friends. Find folks wearing the same-colored jersey so you can have someone to high-five when you’re winning and console when you’re losing. Either way, there are plenty of great places on the Grand Strand to watch all the games and enjoy the fun atmosphere. Here is a list of five sports bars that cater to supporters of all teams and sports but are popular among particular fan bases.
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway systems. Producing lumber and turpentine used for shipbuilding, as well as tobacco and other agricultural products, Conway was the center of economic power in the county before the development of the coastal areas as tourism destinations.
 

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
 

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide insight into the inspiration for their artwork.
 

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
 

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach Too much of a good thing can be bad. Such is the case for summer fun in the Myrtle Beach sun. Summertime is upon us, and that means painful sunburns and peeling skin ... but it doesn't have to. Not only is the sun closer and stronger during the summer months, but being around the water, whether in the ocean or the hotel pool, reflects and intensifies the more harmful rays. Protecting yourself and your children from the sun without sounding like the fun police can be a bit of a trick, but not if you follow these simple tips to a great but safe family summer in Myrtle Beach.
 

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens Family vacations change over time, as kids grow up and their tastes change. Fortunately, great vacation destinations like Myrtle Beach offer up fun activities for every stage of life, from toddler-friendly activities to kid zones and even great activities for the retiree crowd.
 

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air Traveling with kids can bring added challenges. But plane treks are often a much better choice for travel to Myrtle Beach. They can be more affordable, save time or both, which translates to more time at the beach! Being prepared can help you avoid some of the headaches that often accompany flying with children. Here are few tips and things you should know.
 

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
 

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
 

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
 

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and continues to serve as an island of conservation amid surrounding major development, such as Market Common and the Myrtle Beach International Airport.
 

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
 

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
 

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway systems. Producing lumber and turpentine used for shipbuilding, as well as tobacco and other agricultural products, Conway was the center of economic power in the county before the development of the coastal areas as tourism destinations.
 

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
 

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum Looking for something to do with kids in Myrtle Beach aside from the same-old trip to Broadway at the Beach? Consider an educational, creative and fun trip to the Children’s Museum of South Carolina! It’s located just about a half mile from Breakers Resort, and it’s a great place to take your kids for some serious exploratory playtime.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens Family vacations change over time, as kids grow up and their tastes change. Fortunately, great vacation destinations like Myrtle Beach offer up fun activities for every stage of life, from toddler-friendly activities to kid zones and even great activities for the retiree crowd.
 

The South’s Grandest Christmas Show at Alabama Theatre

The South’s Grandest Christmas Show at Alabama Theatre Celebrate the holidays in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with the Alabama Theatre's award winning production, The South's Grandest Christmas Show
 

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
 

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
 

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of the more popular restaurants. Here's a list of 12 can't-miss places to enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner in Myrtle Beach:
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach There are plenty of places to go to find fun, shopping, and dining in Myrtle Beach. But there’s only one Broadway at the Beach. It’s pretty much a fun and entertainment smorgasbord—on steroids. And best yet, it’s located just a mile from Breakers Resort.
 

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
 

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday needs and to pick up a heavy dose of the Christmas spirit:
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
 

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach There are plenty of places to go to find fun, shopping, and dining in Myrtle Beach. But there’s only one Broadway at the Beach. It’s pretty much a fun and entertainment smorgasbord—on steroids. And best yet, it’s located just a mile from Breakers Resort.
 

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
 

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
 

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with some of the most popular acts in the music world today. Somehow they’ve made coming to Myrtle Beach even more of a must-do.
 

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
 

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
 

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide insight into the inspiration for their artwork.
 

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie among golfers from all over the country who share the common love for the game.
 

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
 

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Myrtle Beach From A to Z We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
 

Stepping Up Its Game – The Cal Ripken Experience of Myrtle Beach expands.

Stepping Up Its Game – The Cal Ripken Experience of Myrtle Beach expands. Myrtle Beach takes great pride in supporting youth athletics and plays host to traveling baseball and softball teams from all over the U.S. Since 2006, The Ripken Experience was built as the optimal venue for traveling ball teams, hosting tournaments, high school and college spring training and summer camps. With beautiful weather and miles of magnificent beaches, Myrtle Beach is the ideal destination for coaches, players and families to enjoy games both on and off the field.
 

Get a Bird’s Eye View of Myrtle Beach on the SkyWheel

Get a Bird’s Eye View of Myrtle Beach on the SkyWheel Even longtime visitors to Myrtle Beach love taking a flight. The enclosed gondola wheel gives riders a unique perspective from the top, a perch of nearly 200 feet, from which miles of waves and beach can be inspected.
 

Top Tunes that Make Summer More Epic

Top Tunes that Make Summer More Epic Summertime: It’s all about the beach, a great tan, and your favorite song of the summer! The fact is, the songs we love in the summertime will remind us of our favorite summers for the rest of our lives. In honor of another epic summer in Myrtle Beach, we’ve collected a few favorite summer tunes, old and new.
 

Try Kiteboarding for Wind and Water-Powered Thrills

Try Kiteboarding for Wind and Water-Powered Thrills Kiteboarding has arrived in Myrtle Beach, as well, and it’s one thrilling ocean ride—no motor required!
 

Best of 2013: Our Favorite New Myrtle Beach Restaurants

Best of 2013: Our Favorite New Myrtle Beach Restaurants While many visitors like going to the same standbys year after year, adventurous eaters always want to know what’s new. And while 2013 so far has seen the closure of some restaurants, many new restaurants opened their doors, and some that opened last year started to get their footing. Here are a few of our favorite new restaurants in Myrtle Beach.
 

Alabama Theatre provides Breakers Resort guests with family-friendly entertainment

Alabama Theatre provides Breakers Resort guests with family-friendly entertainment Longevity has its place, and one place it resides is at the Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C. With a 70-year-old tradition under its belt, the Breakers Resort is well established as one of the premiere accommodations on the Grand Strand, with some families residing there year after year.
 

Three Great Places for Mother’s Day Brunch in Myrtle Beach

Three Great Places for Mother’s Day Brunch in Myrtle Beach There's no way to repay dear ol' mom for all her home-cooking over the years, so you have to make your make-up meals count - great food, excellent service and no dishes. The Grand Strand has you covered on Mother's Day with plenty of options that fit that bill. In addition to all the great restaurants in Myrtle Beach serving their regular menus, some are holding a special Mother's Day brunch to help you repay mom with two meals in one.
 

What to Pack for an Early Spring Vacation to Myrtle Beach

What to Pack for an Early Spring Vacation to Myrtle Beach If you’re visiting in early spring, say, so early that it’s still practically winter, it can be hard to know what to pack. Will the weather be flip-flop-worthy? What about rain? We can say with utmost certainty the exact conditions you’ll find, but we can help give you an idea of what to include in your suitcase.
 

Myrtle Beach Recipe of the Month: Ultimate California Pizza’s artichoke dip

Myrtle Beach Recipe of the Month: Ultimate California Pizza’s artichoke dip We know you think about your favorite beach treats sometimes when you’re not on vacation in Myrtle Beach. So we tracked down the artichoke dip recipe from Ultimate California Pizza, and we’re sharing it with you so you can recreate a little piece of your last trip to the beach, even if you’re at home.
 

Check out The Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach for Live Family Entertainment

Check out The Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach for Live Family Entertainment If you’ve been to Myrtle Beach, there’s a good chance you’ve been to Broadway at the Beach. It’s one of the top destinations for family fun, with tons of shopping, restaurants and entertainment you won’t find anywhere else.
 

Even in Winter, You’ll Want to Bring Your Bathing Suit to the Beach!

Even in Winter, You’ll Want to Bring Your Bathing Suit to the Beach! For an oceanfront Myrtle Beach resort like The Breakers, there are plenty of benefits to having indoor pools. In the summertime, they offer the chance to have fun, swim and play and not have to worry about sunscreen. But it also means we can enclose our pools in the winter, so you can swim all year long!
 

Check out Myrtle Beach’s PGA Tour Superstore for Your Golf & Tennis Needs

Check out Myrtle Beach’s PGA Tour Superstore for Your Golf & Tennis Needs Yes, we’re kind of crazy about golf in Myrtle Beach. And if you are too, you shouldn’t miss the PGA Tour Superstore next time you’re here.
 

What to do in Winter in Myrtle Beach (Hint: Have Fun!)

What to do in Winter in Myrtle Beach (Hint: Have Fun!) If you’re thinking about a trip to Myrtle Beach this winter, you’re in for a treat! It’s a wonderfully peaceful time to be at the beach. You’ll find plenty to do, and without the crowds. It’s a terrific way to recharge!
 

Atlantic Stage Theatre presents Rabbit Hole

Atlantic Stage Theatre presents Rabbit Hole Enjoy a touching and moving production of Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire at the Atlantic Stage Theatre in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
 

Captain Dicks Deep Sea Fishing Trips near Myrtle Beach

Captain Dicks Deep Sea Fishing Trips near Myrtle Beach Explore the pristine waters of the Atlantic Ocean and its surrounding inlets like never before by chartering a voyage with Capt. Dick's.
 

Family Kingdom Myrtle Beach reigns in fun for everyone

Family Kingdom Myrtle Beach reigns in fun for everyone Family Kingdom has the unique distinction of being the only seaside amusement park in Myrtle Beach.
 

There’s Tons of Fun Near Breakers Resort: See it on Foot!

There’s Tons of Fun Near Breakers Resort: See it on Foot! One of the best ways to enjoy your vacation is to get outside and walk around to see the sights. That’s why it’s so important to stay at a hotel that’s in a great location, and Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach certainly fits the bill. There’s so much to do, you won’t even need your car keys!
 

MagiQuest Myrtle Beach can bring out the magic in you

Imagine this. You are a magi on an adventure that will take you into the dark realms of a magical world where you bravely battle a goblin king, rescue a pixie named Serena and battle Charlock the Red Dragon. Yes, this is a universe of fantasy but it manifests into the reality through MagiQuest, the world’s largest live action game.
 

The Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach has a whole lot of shaking going on and has since its beginning.

The Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach has a whole lot of shaking going on and has since its beginning. As a part of Broadway at the Beach, which was founded in 1996, the theatre is a bona fide tourist attraction, as well as a place for locals to unwind and enjoy pleasant entertainment.
 

Broadway at the Beach presents the Holiday Tree Lighting

Broadway at the Beach presents the Holiday Tree Lighting Saturday, November 23 - 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Watch the illumination of the grand Christmas tree at Broadway and enjoy dance performances and live music from the Palace Theatre, Legends in Concert and the Carolina Forest Performing Arts Academy.
 

Tara Grinnas Swimsuits Warehouse

Tara Grinnas Swimsuits Warehouse No need to go to the beach or pool in Myrtle Beach with drab and outdated swimsuits, not when fabulous designer swimwear is available right here. The fantastic and colorful styles of Tara Grinna swimwear will grace your body for the knockout look of 2012. Experience the beautiful tops and bottoms of elegant style that can only be offered by a unique designer.
 

Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery: A Myrtle Beach eatery with home to handcrafted brew

Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery: A Myrtle Beach eatery with home to handcrafted brew Handcrafted beers, specialty steaks, seafood, signature burgers, soups, salads, comfort food and even pizza are all under one roof at Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery. The restaurant and brewery at Broadway at the Beach by no means has every food under the sun, but it certainly has enough of what people like to make it a hot spot for locals and Grand Strand visitors.
 

Broadway At The Beach’s Beach Rider Jet Boats Attracts Visitors Looking For Something A Bit Daring

Broadway At The Beach’s Beach Rider Jet Boats Attracts Visitors Looking For Something A Bit Daring Anyone who has been to Myrtle Beach (and, frankly, many who haven’t) is at least somewhat, if not intimately, familiar with its famous Broadway at the Beach complex. An outdoor series of shops, restaurants and attractions laid out around a meandering, manmade lake, Broadway at the Beach is a great way to spend an afternoon, evening or both.
 

NASCAR Speedpark in Myrtle Beach, Experience a Day at the Races

NASCAR Speedpark in Myrtle Beach, Experience a Day at the Races Located on Rt. 17 Bypass across from Broadway at the Beach, NASCAR Speedpark has a growing list of rides and activities that keep it on the rota of Myrtle Beach attractions year after year. It is no longer just a go-kart complex—although those thrilling ride experiences are still and will always be at the heart of NASCAR Speedpark, the organizers of the attraction—overseen by PARC Management, LLC—have added some other great rides to complement the race-day experience.
 

Ultimate California Pizza in Myrtle Beach Serves Pie Fans Don’t Pan

Ultimate California Pizza in Myrtle Beach Serves Pie Fans Don’t Pan Pizza is a pie we have known and loved for a mighty long time. Nothing can keep us from it because pizza conforms to what we like and who we are. We consumed 252 million pounds of pizza in 2012, according to statisticbrain.com. Indeed, our love runs deep for this dish.
 

Express Watersports All of Your Water Adventures in Myrtle Beach

Express Watersports All of Your Water Adventures in Myrtle Beach Enjoy a true adventure by taking part n any of the thrilling activities available at Express Watersports. Located in Murrells Inlet, just 15 miles south of downtown Myrtle Beach, Express Watersports is your headquarters for all things involving fun and the water.
 

Jungle Lagoon Miniature Golf: Among Myrtle Beach’s Best

Jungle Lagoon Miniature Golf: Among Myrtle Beach’s Best Miniature golf courses, more than most other attractions, catch customers with considerable curb appeal. Man-made mountains, waterfalls, and colorful plants and trees beckon people driving or walking by to go on a brief, somewhat extravagant and always fantastical journey.
 

Pour a Julep and Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in Myrtle Beach

Pour a Julep and Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in Myrtle Beach The Kentucky Derby is too good of an event to ignore, even if you can’t be there. The hats, the clothes, the sports, the horses … it’s an American institution! And the beauty is, you don’t have to be in Kentucky to celebrate, you can get your Derby on right here in Myrtle Beach.
 

Pour a Julep and Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in Myrtle Beach

Pour a Julep and Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in Myrtle Beach The Kentucky Derby is too good of an event to ignore, even if you can’t be there. The hats, the clothes, the sports, the horses … it’s an American institution! And the beauty is, you don’t have to be in Kentucky to celebrate, you can get your Derby on right here in Myrtle Beach.
 

Music, Arts & Crafts and Food await you at the St. John’s Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach

Music, Arts & Crafts and Food await you at the St. John’s Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach Once you see the white tents going up at the St. John the Baptist Greek Church, you know it is here again. Every year, thousands of people flock to the festival to celebrate the fall Greek Style. Once the music begins and the gate opens, you are in for a special treat.
 

Best Place to See Fireworks in Myrtle Beach

Best Place to See Fireworks in Myrtle Beach The best entertainment in Myrtle Beach is free - the beach, the ocean and fireworks.

Visitors don't have to look very far in the Myrtle Beach night sky to see firework displays lighting up the dark. In fact, there are pyrotechnic shows scheduled somewhere on the Grand Strand almost every summer evening.
 

Movies Under the Stars 2012 in The Market Common, Myrtle Beach

Movies Under the Stars 2012 in The Market Common, Myrtle Beach Looking for something different to do on vacation in Myrtle Beach? How about catching a free movie at The Market Common? The Movies Under the Stars series is returning this summer after a successful first year.
 

Runners get ready for the 5th Annual Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot 2011

Runners get ready for the 5th Annual Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot 2011 November 24 @ 8:00 AM Please join the fun event Thanksgiving morning. They have a 8k, 5k, 1 mile and the Tot Trot.
 
 

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