VISIT RESPONSIBLY: As our beaches and businesses begin to reopen to the public, please visit responsibly, practice social distancing and enjoy the Myrtle Beach area safely. Please pack your patience and your mask. Businesses are hiring seasonal workers in preparation for spring and summer vacationers, so please be prepared for additional wait times when checking in at your accommodation, entering attractions or at restaurants.Visit our Healthy Travel Information page for the latest information on guidelines and ;COVID-19 updates.
The Myrtle Beach area, also known as the Grand Strand, is located on the southeast coast of the United States in sunny South Carolina. As one of the premier family and beach vacation destinations in the United States, Myrtle Beach offers an endless array of lodging options including resorts, hotels, beach homes and vacation rentals, and campgrounds. With endless attractions, events and dining options, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a perfect destination for family vacations, getaways for couples of all ages, group and business travel.
Myrtle Beach is a very popular destination, welcoming millions of travelers each year. In this video, we'll hear from the Myrtle Beach Police Department so you know what to expect if you plan to visit the City of Myrtle Beach!
With a legendary history dating back centuries to the region's first inhabitants, the Waccamaw and Winyah Indians, learn more about the early days of Myrtle Beach and stories of roaming ghosts and famous pirates.
One of the greatest assets of the Myrtle Beach area, the weather offers mild winters and bearable summer temperatures. With an average high of 57° in the coldest month of January and an average high of 90° in the hottest month of July (see annual climate chart), it is rarely too cold, or too hot to enjoy everything Myrtle Beach offers. Click here to view the current weather.