Turning the calendar to September doesn’t have to mean your summer-like fun is over.
Especially if we’re talking about the kind of summertime fun you love in Myrtle Beach. With an average high of 83 and a low of 68, a September getaway still feels an awful lot like summer.
Crowds thin out a bit this time of year. Kids are back at school, and vacation time has been spent hopefully, with lots of fun in Myrtle Beach. Still, the weather’s wonderful and with only 6 days average of rain in September, that’s a combination for a marvelous weekend getaway.
Myrtle Beach September Hotel Deals
Another perk to a late-summer/early-fall trip to Myrtle Beach: You might be able to get a nice deal on your accommodations. With fewer vacationers this time of year, the amenities will feel like they’re there just for you. Plus a resort such as Bay View on the Boardwalk is close to all the fun, but a world away when you want to retreat for the day.
How to enjoy a late-summer vacation in Myrtle Beach
1. Visit Hot Summer Nights at Plyler Park in downtown Myrtle Beach
Hot Summer Nights delivers a terrific experience of live music, every day of the week. Visit Plyler Park between the Myrtle Beach Skywheel and Moe Moons for a lineup of stellar talent. Hot Summer Nights at Plyler Park ends the first week in September. Gorgeous weather, good tunes, and room for the kids to get out and about await you.
2. Go Fishing
September is a good time to catch a fair share of bluefish, red drum, and Spanish Mackerel in Myrtle Beach. Because the weather’s still mild, many summer species are still around, such as amberjack and shark. You might even hook black drum, pompano, and whiting. Check out the waters in Cherry Grove and many other hot spots in the area.
3. Enjoy the day on the beach with your family and friends
There’s tons of magic spending a day with the people you love on the beach. At Myrtle Beach, you could toss a football or frisbee, pack a picnic, get takeout pizza and bring it to the beach, search for sharks teeth and beautiful seashells, and more. You might even see a pod of dolphins in the surf! Try Myrtle Beach State Park for a perfect spot.
4. Walk along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Leave the sand behind and enjoy a beautiful walk on a Myrtle Beach icon. Try the gator bites at Hurricanes Daiquiri Bar & Grill. Visit Pier 14 Restaurant & Lounge for an astounding array of seafood and cocktails. And there’s a lot of love and care put into every dish you order at Abraham’s Gyros. Your fun can start in the day and easily go into the evening.
Myrtle Beach oceanfront resorts
Staying in Myrtle Beach is a blast. Staying in Myrtle Beach at a Britain Resort is an unforgettable experience. If you’re able to extend your summer on into September, Bay View on the Boardwalk has your deluxe accommodations, complete with free attraction tickets and free movie rentals. Make your reservations today.