The fall is always a great time for families to visit the Myrtle Beach area as its summer-like temperatures, warm ocean waters and family-friendly attractions continue to welcome visitors.

This fall, Myrtle Beach area resorts and hotels are offering exclusive travel deals and packages created with families in mind! Whether you are taking an educational vacation with the kids or just a much-needed getaway to The Beach, there is something for everyone to explore in Myrtle Beach. Here are three reasons why you should visit Myrtle Beach this fall: 

1. Fall Deals

Who doesn't love a deal? Like we mentioned above, many resorts, attractions and restaurants offer deals for you and your family to use in the fall months, so you can enjoy all Myrtle Beach has to offer without the summer crowds. From the SkyWheel to Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show , there is still so much summer to soak up in Myrtle Beach. Sounds like a win-win to us! 

2. Warm Weather

The weather in Myrtle Beach stays warm well into October, and it can even still feel like summer on Halloween if we are lucky! The sun can get really hot in the summer months, so if you are sensitive to the heat or like to be outside all day, fall in Myrtle Beach may be the perfect time for you to visit with an average temperature in September and October of about 75-80 degrees. Here are some things to do this fall in Myrtle Beach. 

3.  Educational Opportunities

Whether your kids are taking a break from school for a long weekend or participating in virtual school from Myrtle Beach, there are plenty of educational opportunities for your kids to keep learning while at The Beach. Check out WonderWorks or Ripley's Aquarium to learn more about science and the wondeful world under the sea. Myrtle Beach also is also rich in history from L.W. Paul Living History Farm to Hopsewee Plantation, you and your family can learn about what life was like in the Grand Strand years ago. 

Check out our Fall Vacation Guide to help plan your dream beach vacation to the Grand Strand today! 

Myrtle Beach, SC coastline aerial at sunset