Myrtle Beach Fall Vacation Guide

Looking for a change of scenery?  Well, now’s an ideal time to visit Myrtle Beach and discover why fall is the new summer at The Beach. We enjoy summer-like temperatures well into September and October where it’s even easier to soak up the sun along 60 miles of wide-open beaches and outdoor spaces. The fall season also means lower seasonal rates, so you’ll find it’s even easier to make the most of family fun.

Whether you’re looking to get away for a long weekend, take the kids on a school-away-from-school field trip, or escape to warmer temperatures, you can find your happy place at The Beach - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We know you will “fall” in love with The Beach!

From ethnic celebrations, to music, food and fall fun, there is something for everyone at The Beach this fall!

The fall season is also a great time to Escape to the Beach with great savings from the area’s lodging and attractions partners.

Enjoy discounts at Myrtle Beach area restaurants during your Myrtle Beach vacation.

Choose from fabulous Myrtle Beach golf resorts, offering world-class golf packages getaways for your next golf trip.

There are so many other wonderful places along the Grand Strand to explore on foot that we have put together a list of some of our favorite outdoor walking trails for you.

There is nothing like fall at The Beach! Here are a few favorite fall events and festivals that are great for the whole family.

Just because you’re on a family vacation, it doesn’t mean the kids can’t learn a thing or two!

It is easy to enjoy a lovely day at the pool or waterpark, while keeping these pool safety tips in mind.

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Check-in to four participating partners and be automatically entered for a chance to win a trip back to the Beach!

Please Pack Your Patience! 

For a variety of reasons, many businesses are experiencing staffing shortages that could cause longer wait times in many places. Front line workers are working hard to accommodate all visitors, so please be kind and pack your patience. We can all do our part by:

  • Making reservations ahead of time when possible
  • Checking websites for hours of operation before you head out
  • Packing snacks or activities for the kiddos while they wait
  • Pre-purchasing admission tickets for shows and attractions
  • Checking in to hotel rooms on your mobile device if available
  • Signing up for TSA pre-check
  • Booking an early flight
  • Showing empathy and kindness to everyone