Are you planning a family trip to Myrtle Beach for spring break (or maybe would love to consider it)? It might be a little chilly for swimming in the ocean and the waterparks won’t be open yet, but don’t think for a minute that spring weather will limit your fun at Myrtle Beach. Instead, the cooler weather will make the parks and attractions a little more pleasant (and less buggy) to enjoy and the azaleas will be in bloom (a real bonus if you end up visiting Brookgreen Gardens). Here’s a list of plenty of things to do during spring break at Myrtle Beach, plus a schedule of how to fit it all in (complete with dining options).