We may have passed the official fall equinox in September, but there’s still time to enjoy your summer vacation into the fall season in Myrtle Beach. On the coast of South Carolina, the warm sunshine and above 70-degree temperatures can last well into October and November, meaning you don’t have to miss out on that summer vacation you didn’t take this year.
Not prime time? No worries! There’s still tons of exciting activities to do in Myrtle Beach after September. Here are four excellent ideas we suggest adding to your getaway to-do list:
Wrap up for a cozy walk on the beach
Our No. 1 recommendation on a trip to Myrtle Beach is taking a walk in the actual sand, and during summer vacation’s overtime is no different. Whether you’re an early riser and love to catch the sunrise or a midday power walking fiend, a light jacket or cozy sweater will be the perfect addition to enjoy this prime beach vacation activity.
Go for a wine or moonshine tasting
Kick back and relax during an afternoon sipping on vacation beverages. Trade in pina coladas and margaritas for sweet muscadine wines and craft moonshine at Duplin Winery or Kentucky Mist Distillery (although we still serve plenty of tasty cocktails if that’s more your style, too.)
Explore the Boardwalk
Just because summer is technically over doesn’t mean the fun ends on the Boardwalk. With the Skywheel in view and rooftop restaurants like Tin Roof available, you can feel the ocean breeze, catch live music performances, shop and snap quintessential vacation pictures as you stroll through the heart of Myrtle Beach.
There are several direct beach access points along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. This makes it quick and simple to locate your prime piece of beach real estate.
Enjoy Couple Time
If you are looking for a quick get-away and want to spend some quality time with that special someone, head to the beach.It’s the best time of year for your with less crowds, extra space and romantic nights.
Whatever you enjoy on summer vacation in Myrtle Beach, don’t think you necessarily have to put it on hold until next year. There’s plenty of fun to be had on the Grand Strand, and fall in Myrtle Beach is the perfect excuse to plan a getaway that perfectly prolongs summer.