Consistently awarded as one of the Best Annual Festivals on the Grand Strand, The World Famous Blue Crab Festival on the Historic Little River Waterfront is about so much more than the eponymous crustaceans!Continue reading “Enjoying the Blue Crab Festival (2023)”
There is no better way to enjoy May in North Myrtle Beach than the fun, sun-soaked experience that is the Ocean Drive Beach Music Festival!
This unique event features live music and activities that capture the vibrant nature of the Palmetto State. Enjoy singing and dancing all day to legendary rhythm and blues, soul, funk, and beach music while basking in the romantic South Carolina sunshine.Continue reading “Ocean Drive Beach Music Festival (2023)”
Sláinte! If your travels are taking you to North Myrtle Beach this St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll be among thousands of people celebrating the luck of the Irish in the Carolinas!Continue reading “Enjoying St. Patrick’s Day at North Myrtle Beach”
It’s easy to overlook the fact that North Myrtle Beach offers much more than a place to rest and unwind. That’s understandable with miles of pristine sandy beaches and sunshine for days.
What if we told you it’s also a destination full of entertaining things to do? There are so many North Myrtle Beach events to choose from, from large community festivities to holiday spectaculars, unique celebrations to live music, concerts, athletic events, and so much more.
Without further ado, let’s explore the annual North Myrtle Beach festivals and upcoming events you won’t want to miss!Continue reading “Annual North Myrtle Beach Festivals You Won’t Want to Miss”
Visiting North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is great any time of the year, but the fall months provide some of the best and driest weather. The average temperatures from September to December range from 60 degrees to 85 degrees. These mild temps make activities of any kind ideal for your next getaway.Continue reading “Fall Things To Do In North Myrtle Beach”
Just like that summer is coming to an end. There is nothing like celebrating the last bit of warm weather like having a big summer blowout vacation in North Myrtle Beach. Labor Day weekend is full of fun, excitement, and of course warm weather in the Myrtle Beach Area. From fireworks to waterpark trips, there is plenty to do and see as we bid summer fair well. No matter what you are interested in doing, Myrtle Beach has it all. Here are a few of our favorite things to do as we kick off the new season with this holiday weekend and end of summer bash.Continue reading “Celebrating a Myrtle Beach Labor Day”
With so many restaurants stretching from North Myrtle Beach to Myrtle Beach, it can be hard to decide which ones to visit on your vacation. There are so many different options from Italian to authentic Mexican food and even Polish food on the Grand Strand. There is something everyone will love in North Myrtle Beach, especially if you are in the mood for authentic Mexican food. Whether you were looking to celebrate taco Tuesday, or you are just interested in enjoying a nice cold margarita after a long day at the beach, here are a few of our favorite taco places in North Myrtle beach.Continue reading “Where to Find the Best Tacos in Myrtle Beach”
When traveling to North Myrtle Beach it is essential to visit and experience several different things in the area. Of course, the beach itself is most important, but there are many other attractions and activities to visit on the Grand Strand that will create unforgettable memories. From waterparks to shopping in Barefoot Landing or Broadway at the Beach there is always something going on. Locals and visitors both love the nightlife or live music that the Grand Strand offers. Enjoy a concert on ocean blvd, or in one of your favorite restaurants. You can always catch a live set somewhere. Here are a few of our favorite live music venues to check out on your beach vacation.Continue reading “Where to See Live Music in Myrtle Beach”
Little River, South Carolina is home to the annual Blue Crab Festival that will be celebrating its 40th year this May. Located on the Historic Little River Waterfront, this festival hosts about 50,000 people every year and provides local seafood, live music, and fun for the entire family.Continue reading “2021 Blue Crab Festival: Everything You Need To Know!”
When celebrating Christmas in North Myrtle the phrase “white Christmas” has a totally different meaning. To most, it is said to refer to snow falling on Christmas day. However, it’s not impossible here, but it is very unlikely. So, white Christmas to us in North Myrtle Beach is a reference to the beautiful white-sand beaches. Whether you are escaping the cold, enjoying a holiday vacation, or just visiting family or friends, North Myrtle Beach has plenty of Christmas activities to keep you busy. Here are a few of our favorite Christmas activities.Continue reading “Guide to Christmas in North Myrtle Beach”