Evacuation orders have been lifted following Hurricane Florence. However, there is a lot of flooding on roads leading into and out of the area making driving hazardous. Travelers on the roads are encouraged to exercise extreme caution and check SCDOT.org or call 511 for the latest information. Be patient and expect lengthy travel times, blocked roadways or detours.
Make your next film in beautiful & sunny Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!
About The Myrtle Beach Area
The Myrtle Beach area, popularly known as the Grand Strand, stretches from Little River to Pawleys Island, and comprises 14 communities along the South Carolina coast. Home to world-class golf, 60 miles of sandy beaches, exciting entertainment, family attractions and Southern hospitality, the Myrtle Beach area provides a variety of scenery for your next film!
Map of Myrtle Beach Area
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Myrtle Beach Climate/Weather
With an average temperature of 74 degrees, and 215 sunny days each year, Myrtle Beach is a great place to make your next film!
Located just one mile inland from the Atlantic Ocean, the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) provides easy, nonstop and connecting flights to more than 350 destinations worldwide. Airlines servicing MYR include Allegiant Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Elite Airways, Frontier, Porter Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Westjet. Non-stop flights are available most of the year from Myrtle Beach to Allentown, Atlanta, Atlantic City, Baltimore, Boston, Charleston (W.V.), Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Wayne, Huntington, WV, Knoxville, Latrobe, Lexington, New York (LaGuardia), Newark, Niagara Falls, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Plattsburg, Syracuse, Toronto, Washington D.C., and Youngstown.
Charleston International Airport (104 miles)
Charlotte Douglas International Airport (183 miles)
Raleigh-Durham International Airport (114 miles)
U.S. routes 17, 501 and S.C. 9 provide direct access to the Grand Strand from Interstate Highways 95 and 20. The 28-mile S.C. 22 (Veterans Highway) offers an additional route from U.S. 501 to U.S. 17 on the north end of the Strand. Also completed is the Carolina Bays Parkway (S.C. 31), which runs from S.C. 9 to U.S. 501 and S.C. 544 and ultimately will extend to U.S. 17 south of Myrtle Beach. And in the works, a proposed Interstate 73 corridor would create more of a direct route for visitors to the Grand Strand from states throughout the upper mid-west and north east.
There are approximately 425 hotels and 98,600 accommodation units in the Myrtle Beach area. From elegant golf and seaside resorts, to rustic cottages, bed & breakfasts and mom-and-pop motels, the Myrtle Beach area offers accommodations for every taste and appeals to every type of traveler. There are also several campgrounds located between Myrtle Beach and the South Strand, many of which are oceanfront or just steps away from the beach. There are also a number of beach homes and condos available for rent, thereby giving vacationing families a true home away from home.
What has been filmed in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas?
Portions of the following movies, television shows and music videos have been filmed in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas.
1. Don't Make Waves (1967)
2. Pied Piper Malone (1924)
3. Shag (1989)
4. Swimming (2000)
5. Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken (1991)
6. Wishing Out Loud (2015)
7. Chain Gang (1983)
8. Chasers (1993)
9. Fall Time (1994)
10. Lolita (1995)
11. Made In Heaven (1986)
12. Ocean Drive Weekend (1984)
13. Paradise (1991)
14. Stateside (2002)
15. The Bay (2010)
16. The Notebook (2002)
17. The Nutty Professor II (1999)
18. The Patriot (1999)
19. The Strangers (2006)
20. Magic Mike XXL (2015)
1. Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor (TLC)
2. Beach Front Bargain (HGTV)
3. Party Down South (CMT)
4. Animal Planet: King of the Jungle (2003)
5. Eastbound & Down (2001)
6. One Tree Hill (2004)
1. 19 You + Me - Dan & Shay (country)
2. Anything But Mine - Kenny Chesney (country)