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While it may sound best to say that it’s always sunny in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the truth is that it does rain from time to time. While the sunny days far outweigh rainy ones (Myrtle Beach is blessed with 215 sunny days a year), it can be frustrating to see clouds begin to form over what was planned as a perfect beach day. But a day or two of rain shouldn’t deter you from having a good time and making the most of your time away on vacation… especially when you take a look at the many activities perfectly suited for an overcast day.…

We are traveling from the top of the Grand Strand to the bottom and exploring the unique 14 communities that make up the Myrtle Beach area. Today, we are visiting North Myrtle Beach, just south of Little River on the Grand Strand. North Myrtle Beach is nine miles of beautiful coastline with exciting attractions, hotels, restaurants – and a vibe all its own! Let’s dive right in. North Myrtle Beach is comprised of four smaller communities: Cherry Grove, Windy Hill, Ocean Drive, and Crescent Beach. It is also the birthplace of the shag dance back…

Barefoot Landing Presents the Fourth Annual SeptemberFest! Featuring the Duplin Winery Grape Barefoot Landing is set to host its fourth annual SeptemberFest! on Saturday, September 21, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s event will take place in Barefoot Landing’s Dockside Village lawn area between the Intracoastal Waterway and Barefoot Landing lake. This year’s event includes the addition of Duplin Winery’s grape stomp. Tickets for the grape stomp are $25 each and will be sold the day of the event. Included as part of the grape stomp ticket…

North Myrtle Beach is, you guessed it, just north of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This quaint coastal town was founded in 1968 when four small beach towns, Cherry Grove Beach, Windy Hill Beach, Crescent Beach, and Ocean Drive Beach, consolidated to create City of North Myrtle Beach. Today there are more than 15,000 permanent residents, and on any given day, there are large numbers of tourists enjoying this unique, pleasant town. One of North Myrtle Beach’s “claims to fame,” is that it’s the birthplace of the shag dance, which became the…

Bachelorette Trip Ideas

Monday, February 18, 2019 4:00 PM by Visit Myrtle Beach

Tips for Planning a Myrtle Beach Bachelorette Girls Getaway In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, brides and their girlfriends will discover the perfect destination for a bachelorette weekend. From relaxation and shopping to nightlife as well as 60 miles of beautiful beaches, Myrtle Beach has everything you need for one last adventure before your wedding day. Here are just a few ideas for celebrating with your girlfriends: Celebrate over Cocktails Finding a delicious beverage is easy in the Myrtle Beach area. For an evening of unique cocktails, try…

Get Ready for Galentine’s Day!

Monday, February 11, 2019 2:00 PM by Nora Battle

A gal-pal getaway in Myrtle Beach is the perfect way to celebrate! First thing’s first: what the heck is “Galentine’s Day,” anyway? Well, it’s a pseudo-holiday created by fictional TV character Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation. This “holiday” started in 2010 on an episode appropriately called “Galentine’s Day,” in which Leslie gathered her girlfriends on February 13 to celebrate friendship and brunch with waffles. According to Amy Poehler’s character, it’s “ladies celebrating ladies.” This celebration of female friends has evolved from the…

Peaceful Pursuits During Naptime

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 9:00 AM by Visit Myrtle Beach

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…

It’s the ocean that beckons visitors to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It’s the main event and always will be. But a newer sideshow that’s really gaining attention is the area’s impressive and burgeoning culinary scene. With renowned chefs, locally sourced ingredients, and critically acclaimed restaurants offering a fresh perspective on Southern favorites, the Myrtle Beach area is quickly becoming a food (and drink) mecca. From comfort food to local brews, here are my must tastes: Southern Goodness When you’re visiting the Low Country, you can’t…

Come and Taste the Difference

Wednesday, September 2, 2015 8:00 AM by Visit Myrtle Beach

Duplin Winery calls North Carolina home, but it is making a splash here in the Myrtle Beach area. Visitors to Duplin Winery’s new Grand Strand location can take part in the wine bottling process, and enjoy a large number of wines produced from South Carolina grapes in a 15,000-square-foot tasting room. A North Carolina tradition – the annual grape stomp – will also take place at the Myrtle Beach area facility. Duplin Winery has been serving the North Carolina area since the 1970s. By 1983, the winery was producing 200,000 gallons of wine per…