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Myrtle Beach Marathon

Are You Ready To Run At The Beach? 

March 2, 2024 | Myrtle Beach, SC

The Myrtle Beach Marathon will run again for the 27th year on March 2, 2024! You've been training, sweating and gearing up - and the race is almost here. 

The pancake-flat looped course, featuring 9 beautiful beachfront miles, is one of the flattest and fastest in the country. The weather at The Beach is temperate and sunny 215 days a year - the ideal condition for optimal Marathon and Half Marathon performance. The Beach is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors and meet your goals at the Myrtle Beach Marathon! 

With sixty miles of beautiful sandy beaches, more than 400 hotels, first-class live entertainment, exciting attractions for everyone, endless shopping, and exquisite dining at over 2,000 restaurants - the Myrtle Beach Marathon has been the go-to ‘race-cation’ for runners everywhere. The Beach is where everyone can be their best self and find where they belong. 

To register, view the course map, and more, visit the Myrtle Beach Marathon's website

2023 Myrtle Beach Marathon Highlight Video

View the Highlights from the 2023 Myrtle Beach Marathon in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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Where To Watch the Myrtle Beach Marathon

Spectator Locations

Starting Line

Warbird Park

  • Market Common
    Farrow Parkway off Business 17
    For Full and Half Marathon

810 Billiards & Bowling

Pavilion Park

  • 9th Ave. and N. Ocean Blvd.
    All Distances

Plyler Park

  • N. Ocean Blvd. and Mr. Joe White Ave.
    For Full and Half Marathon

29th Ave. N. and Ocean Blvd.

  • For Full Marathon

76th Ave. N. and Kings Hwy.

  • For Full Marathon

76th Ave. N. and Kings Hwy.

  • For Full Marathon

Grand Dunes Blvd.

  • Approach from 82nd Pkwy. and park on Cipriana
    For Full Marathon

Grissom Pkwy. 

  • From London St. to 21st Ave. N.
    For Full Marathon

The Finish Line

About The 2024 Myrtle Beach Marathon

Marathon, Half & 5K
  • Starting line is on Robert Grissom Parkway, just south of the Monticello Drive intersection
  • Wheelchair & Crankchair Full and Half starts at 6:30 a.m.
  • Marathon & Half Marathon starts at 6:35 a.m.
  • Wheelchair & Crankchair 5k starts at 7:25 a.m.
  • 5K starts at 7:30 a.m.
  • Finish line is at Pelicans Ballpark parking lot
  • Click here for details on the Marathon, Half, and 5K
Virtual 10K
  • February 16 - March 1, 2024
  • Click here for details on the Virtual 10K
Myrtle Beach Double Marathon 
  • Run the Virtual 10K from February 16 - March 1, 2024
  • Then run either the Full, Half or 5K on March 2 in person
  • Click here for details on the Myrtle Beach Double Marathon
Family Fun Run
  • Start: The Hangout at Broadway at the Beach
  • Finish: The Hangout Broadway at the Beach
  • Start time: 6 p.m. on Friday, March 1, 2024
  • Open to all ages.
  • Register online. Registration is not available on race day.
  • Click here for details on the Family Fun Run.
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MB Marathon FAQ

Is there a marathon in Myrtle Beach?

There is both a Marathon and a Mini Marathon in Myrtle Beach each year. The Marathon is typically the beginning on March, and the Mini Marathon is usually in October. Check out our events calendar for exact dates! 

Events Calendar 


Where is the Myrtle Beach Marathon?

The Myrtle Beach Marathon takes place in the heart of Myrtle Beach with a race course mapped out throughout the Boardwalk, Market Common area, and Kings Highway so that you can sightsee while you run! 

View Course Map