Find Nature’s Souvenir: Shark Teeth and Seashells from Myrtle Beach
Looking for a change of scenery? Well, now’s an ideal time to stretch your summer and escape to Myrtle Beach this fall. The Myrtle Beach area enjoys summer-like temperatures well into September and October where it’s even easier to spread out 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 stretch your dollars. Now’s the time. Whether you’re looking to getaway for a long weekend, take the kids on a remote school field trip, or change your work-from-home office view, you can find your happy space in Myrtle Beach. Let's go!
You can travel confidently knowing that the Myrtle Beach area has taken proactive measures to reduce the spread and now has a low incidence rate for new COVID-19 cases. Area businesses have made the Greater Grand Strand Promise to re-open safely, and extra measures, such as mask mandates, have reduced spread significantly. Learn more about how you can visit responsibly and don’t forget to pack your masks!