Naptime is very important -- especially when you’re on vacation and the kids are excited and active most of the day. Naptime is also beneficial for parents, as it gives you much-needed time to go off and enjoy some great activities without the kids! You’ll find fantastic ways to relax and unwind in Myrtle Beach while someone else monitors naptime. Get a massage, take a walk, paddle a kayak, or do some wine tasting and recharge your batteries so you can enjoy the rest of your vacation.

Spas

Indulge in much-needed R&R at any of Myrtle Beach’s spas, which include services such as mineral baths, paradise ritual wraps or deep tissue massages. Check out more health and wellness activities here.

Kayaking

This watersport has grown in popularity in recent years. Paddle along the Grand Strand waterways for a serene, personalized adventure.

Murrels Inlet MarshWalk

Take a leisurely stroll down this half-mile boardwalk situated along a natural saltwater estuary, located in the heart of the historic fishing village, Murrells Inlet.

Duplin Winery

Uncork the sweeter side of Myrtle Beach at Duplin Winery, makers of America’s favorite Muscadine wine. Watch the bottling process, relax in the courtyard and shop in their beautiful retail store that offers Duplin Gourmet, wine accessories and something fun for everyone. 

Hammock Swinging in Pawleys

Let the steady motion soothe you as you relax in a hammock in the picturesque seaside community of Pawleys Island, which is situated on the south end of the Grand Strand.

La Belle Amie Winery

Wine-down with a glass of Twisted Sisters. Stroll through the vineyard or kick back in a rocking chair on the front porch, enjoying the tranquility of the farm.

Historic Conway Riverfront

This historic river town is home to a multitude of shopping, dining and scenic views. Take a laid-back drive down streets built around live oaks or explore the attractions of Main Street on foot.

Golf

Myrtle Beach is known as the “golf capital of the world” and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful courses. Tee off on North, South or Central Myrtle Beach golf courses, each designed to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the area.

To find even more “60 Days of Summer” deals and activities perfect for a fall vacation full of opportunities to create lasting memories, search our Fall Deals page.