If you’ve been thinking about mixing things up and heading to Myrtle Beach in the fall, here are the top 5 reasons to skip the summer heat and book your next vacation to Myrtlewood Villas later in the year:
It’s a well-known fact that the beach is a popular place to visit on long, hot summer days when the ocean is the spot to splash around and cool down. But you may not know that the Grand Strand is also a wonderful place to visit when the weather cools down. The fall is known for cooler temperatures, making it an ideal time to get outdoors. Whether it’s dining al fresco, hiking around Myrtle Beach State Park, shopping around Broadway at the Beach, or racing go-karts around Broadway Grand Prix, these activities are much more enjoyable when the sun isn’t scorching hot.
When you visit Myrtle Beach in the off-season, you’ll experience fewer crowds. That means less traffic and not having to stress about finding just the right spot for your beach chair. You can take advantage of walking along the quiet shore, no reservations for your favorite restaurants, and a higher likelihood of reserving the exact oceanfront room you’ve been eyeing. Now is the perfect time to try out some of the top attractions that are always packed in the summer. Fewer people = fewer lines so you can explore places like WonderWorks, Ripley’s Aquarium, and Alligator Adventure to the fullest.
When the off-season rolls around, you’ll find reduced rates on accommodations. Take advantage of the lower occupancy and stay in your favorite oceanfront room for a lower price. Check out Myrtlewood Villas’s specials page for current fall rates. And the place you stay isn’t the only one offering deals. Some of the top attractions and entertainment offer seasonal specials so you can save all the way around.
Myrtle Beach comes to life in the fall with tons of seasonal events that include food, festivals, and plenty of fun. You can get your fill of fresh seafood along the historic waterfront in Little River at the Little River Shrimpfest, purchase unique art at Market Common’s Art in the Park, learn about Greek culture and taste authentic cuisine at the St. John’s Greek Festival, decorate pumpkins and make scarecrows at the Family Fall Fest in Market Common, and dig into oysters at the Murrell’s Inlet Oyster Roast, just to name a few.
Overall fall in Myrtle Beach is simply the perfect time to get away. You can avoid the summer crowds, while still soaking up warm beach days, as well as enjoy a plethora of activities and events. Plus, the fall is an ideal time to sneak away and recharge before the craziness of the holidays begins.
If you’re ready to book your fall escape to Myrtle Beach, look no further than Myrtlewood Villas. They’ve got just what you and your family are looking for to make the most of your next vacation.