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Frequently Asked Questions about Myrtle Beach

About Myrtle Beach
If you're planning a family-friendly beach vacation on the Atlantic Coast, make Myrtle Beach your destination. With beaches, boardwalks, and Myrtle Beach condos that fit the whole family, you can't go wrong in this sunny vacation hotspot.
How to Get Around Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach has a humid subtropical climate, with warm weather for most of the year. If you're visiting Myrtle Beach for the legendary sand and sun, plan your trip during the summer months. Temperatures typically reach the low 90s, and it can be humid, which means it's the perfect time to hit the beach. Spring and fall also have good beach weather, but watch out for large spring break crowds if you visit in March or April. Winter temperatures are generally in the 50s or 60s, which means you can often find great deals on Myrtle Beach condos in the offseason.
Top Things to Do in Myrtle Beach
Start your trip with a visit to the sandy stretch of Myrtle Beach known as the Grand Strand. Along the coastline, you'll find plenty of places to set up a beach umbrella or a few loungers and soak up the sun. On the southern edge of the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach State Park offers a much quieter beach experience, complete with maritime forests, a nature trail, and some of the best surf fishing in the state. For a fun time for all ages, head to Broadway at the Beach, a waterfront area packed with shopping, dining, and entertainment. With fun activities like Ripley's Aquarium, ziplining, and even a movie theater, there's something for everyone. If high-end shopping is more your style, head to the Market Common for upscale boutiques and both casual and fine dining. If you're visiting during baseball season, be sure to get tickets to see the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. This Class A minor league team is an affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, giving fans the opportunity to see players before they make it to the big leagues.
Can't-Miss Myrtle Beach Events
Myrtle Beach is home to family-friendly fun throughout the year. In April, make time for the Horry County Fair, which features rides, live entertainment, pig racing, and classic fair food. In May, don't miss the World Famous Blue Crab Festival, which boasts plenty of vendors preparing fresh blue crab, along with live music and activities for kids. During Labor Day weekend, take your family to the Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival, a three-day event that includes live music, a barbecue competition, and local craft vendors. For Columbus Day weekend, don't miss the Little River ShrimpFest, where you'll find a shrimp cook-off and live jazz performances.