Great Fall Destination #2: Myrtle Beach


Jennifer B. - RCI Weeks Destination TipsMyrtle Beach is not just a summertime destination! Visit Myrtle Beach this fall and you’re in for a real treat.

With summer crowds gone and the weather still warm, fall is one of the best times to enjoy all this wonderful vacation destination has to offer. Spend time outdoors sailing the seas while deep sea fishing, hunt for seashells at the fabulous Huntington Beach State Park or tee off for a round of golf at one of the many spectacular courses Mrytle Beach has to offer. Indulge in some culture and exceptional cuisine at the St. John’s Greek Festival, the Oktoberfest German Festival and the Italian Festival.  Or just sit back, relax and enjoy incredible music at the South Carolina Bluegrass Festival, the Shrimp & Jazz Festival and the Pawley's Island Festival of Music and Art. In addition to the countless wonderful restaurants you can try, you can also check out the South Carolina International Chili Cook-Off. Sample some of the best Chili in the nation!

These are just a few of the many things you can do while visiting Myrtle Beach in the fall.  Have you ever visited Myrtle Beach in the fall? Share some of your stories for fellow subscribing members to see. Spread the word!

Comments for Great Fall Destination #2: Myrtle Beach


Name: Carl Rollberg
Time: Monday, September 19, 2011

My wife and I stayed at Riptide Beach Club in Myrtle Beach. The place is small and old, but rooms serve the purpose, but the staff is simply terrific. They told me before we arrived not to expect an ocean view upgrade, but they came through for us on the 4th day. It was one of our best stays because I had great sunrises and the rest of each day was great because there is so much to do all around Myrtle Beach. We can't wait to try and go back next year. Thanks Beach Club staff including the wonderful cleaning people.

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