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Top Reasons to Visit Myrtle Beach

29 April 2023

If you’ve never been to Myrtle Beach, it is an experience unlike any other. There are countless reasons to go enjoy this magical and wonderful place, and here are some of the most important ones that are sure to make you want to pack your bags up right away and head out.

  • The beaches alone are well worth a trip to Myrtle Beach, not to mention everything they have to offer besides the obvious. Spread out over 60 miles of gorgeous coastline, you can also partake in just about every beach-themed activity imaginable. Go swimming, lounge around, surf, or play volleyball or frisbee while there. No matter what your forte, there is something for everyone.
  • Whether you’d like to stay in a luxury hotel, a family cabin or pitch a tent, there are accommodations available for everyone- and every budget!
  • If you are a golf enthusiast, Myrtle Beach is the place for you. There are a 100+ golf courses spread throughout the area, which is only the beginning. The area holds the title of “golf capital of the world” for obvious reasons and has been praised magazines such as Sports Illustrated and famous golfers alike.
  • The beaches themselves aren’t the only entertainment available, either. You can go check out such places as Medieval Times, Ripley’s Aquarium, the Carolina Opry and multiple theaters throughout the area. Plus, there are over 600 events throughout the year in the fine arts to choose from as well.
  • If food is on your mind, Myrtle Beach is the place to go. Considering it has been entitled the “seafood capital of the South Carolina”, that is one type of food you can’t get enough of. Still, there are plenty of other foods available if your more of the steak and potatoes type, too.
  • If you’d like to soar to new dimensions over the Atlantic, be sure and check out the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel at the over mile-long boardwalk.
  • Thrilling jet ski tours of Myrtle Beach guided by experienced professionals. Travel through the most remote areas along the Intercostal Waterway, seeing wildlife and areas of rivers and streams not otherwise accessible to the general public. It is truly a safari adventure in your own backyard.