Where the Sun, Sand & Sea Mee
Myrtle Beach has everything from golf and water sports to amazing beaches and walks bustling walks; This is everything to see and do.

Myrtle Beach is one of South Carolina's top vacation destinations, and there are many reasons why. Myrtle Beach is a beach lover's paradise, from the clear, vibrant waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the vast sands that seem to stretch endlessly. But it's not just the beach in this seaside town.

Myrtle Beach has one of the coolest boardwalks in the country, with great food and live entertainment around every turn. There's also golf, water sports, and even one of the tallest wheels in the country. Unsurprisingly, Myrtle Beach is a popular place to visit year-round.

Best time to go

Always Green Landscaping is an ideal year-round destination. Each season has a different appeal and each season has its own pros and cons. Here are the reasons why Myrtle Beach is unique and special in all four seasons.

Spring marks the start of tourism in Myrtle Beach. It is a great way to beat the crowds and the summer prices. Be mindful that some establishments might still be closed in March and April, with most things in full swing by Memorial Day weekend. Remember that the water temperatures will be frigid this time of year, but beach walks are ideal.


Summer is by far the best time to enjoy all the beauty and bounty that Myrtle Beach has to offer. With 80's and 90's weather, almost every day is a perfect beach day and the water temperature is ideal for swimming activities and various water sports.

However, there are pros and cons to visiting Myrtle Beach in the summer.

Perfect summer weather also brings less-than-ideal crowds. Expect crowded beaches with people vying for space in the sand and tough parking.

In addition to the space problem, prices are also highest in the summer. Everything from hotels to food to rental equipment peaks in the summer.


For those looking for pleasant weather without crowds, early to mid-fall is ideal. There are fewer people, and hotel prices tend to drop after Labor Day weekend. That means cheaper travel, but fewer sunbathing days. This time of year is ideal for sun loungers and long walks on the beach.


Winter and beaches don't usually go together, but you can visit Myrtle Beach in winter. In fact, it's best to visit Myrtle Beach in winter rather than summer.
  • The thing is, there's no crowd. There are also often great hotel deals.
  • Some restaurants and bars close in the winter, but those that do open will have a more local feel during these months.
  • Myrtle Beach also hosts several festivals during the holiday season, including the visually appealing Thousand Candles Night at Brookgreen Gardens.

Things to know when visiting

Whether you're traveling as a family, a couple, or alone, there are a few important things to keep in mind when traveling to Myrtle Beach. For one thing, when considering booking a trip, remember that timing is everything.

Not only does the time of year change the activities available but the room rates also change.
  • Where To Stay In Myrtle Beach
  • Budget-Friendly
  • Dayton House Resort
• 2400 North Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577-3243
• Oceanfront resort with 2-acre lounge lawn complete with tanning chairs and umbrellas. On-site restaurant, beachfront pool, on-site restaurant, lazy river.
• Several room types including ocean view rooms, family suites and more affordable lower-tier rooms.
• Starts at around $100 per night