Posts from May 2016

Nancy Helms probably owns a better camera with a bigger lens than yours. When she's not home in Midlothian, Va., near Richmond, she's probably here, in Huntington Beach State Park, aiming her Canon at something. "Have you found the painted buntings?" she asked. "The painted bunnies?" "No, buntings," she said, with amiable Southern sternness. "It's the most beautiful bird. It's like God painted it last because he got it perfect ..." Read this article…

Hello, race fan(s), and welcome to Mostly Amazing's exclusive coverage of the National Family Vacation League's Myrtle Beach Triathlon! Next in the starting gate we have the Bisbys, who are taking part in the MBT for the first time. Veterans of the Big White Marathon, the Great Wolf Lodge Ultra-Marathon and the Disney World Ultra-Ultra-Marathon, this foursome is more than familiar with the funnel cake-fuelled highs and expired sunscreen-induced lows of the NFVL. Read more of the Mostly Amazing blog post on Myrtle Beach.…

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has become one of the most popular vacation destinations of the southeast. It not only has long stretches of beautiful beaches, but also plenty of attractions that you will want to put on your bucket list fast! SkyWheel The SkyWheel is the crown jewel of Myrtle Beach’s Boardwalk and Promenade. Hop on one of its gondolas for a sweeping 360 degree view of Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean. Read more of this article at Examiner.com…

Myrtle Beach, SC. is well known as being Number One for Family Fun ! It is one of America’s favorite destinations to Stay, Shop and Play because of the variety of attractions all located in Myrtle Beach. There is truly something for everyone to enjoy and because of its popularity that is why the month of May seemed the ideal time to visit with my 4 yr old daughter and husband. TIP #1 : Go off season. Preferably in May. The weather is warm and it is prior to the very busy summer season. Read more from this blog by SobeSavvy .…

N'Digo: Go Play, At Myrtle Beach!

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 8:59 AM by VisitMyrtleBeach SC

60 miles of warm, soft, sandy beachfront Knowing that you’ve heard of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina somewhere in the recesses of your mind, the question you want to ask yourself is, “Do I want to go visit?” The answer is, yes. Heck yes, you do! Why? To play,foremost,in one of the world’s longest sandboxes. Myrtle Beach is the hub of the Grand Strand – a 60-mile string of wide, warm, soft sandy uninterrupted beachfront stretching down the eastern seaboard from the North Carolina border south to the plantations that made the area the…