What type of Myrtle Beach vacationer are you? Take the quiz

There are so many things to do in Myrtle Beach, it’s tough to decide just what kind of trip you want to make there.

From the mild (a tasting with friends at Dupin Winery) to the wild (a River Island Adventure), you’ve got your pick in Myrtle Beach. There’s plenty in between, too. A cruise with Enchanted Sailing Charters, for the romantic, for instance.

If an exceptional round at one of the south’s finest golf courses (such as The Dunes Golf and Beach Club) is more your speed, you can find that in Myrtle Beach, too. Broadway at the Beach has plenty for a family to do and see, and you can’t go wrong at Sea Captains House for an unforgettable meal here. We know, it’s a lot, isn’t it? That’s why we devised this quiz to steer you in the right direction for your next getaway here.

Question 1

As I drive into Myrtle Beach, all I can think about is:

  1. I can’t wait to watch a sunset with my love
  2. Fun in the sun at Myrtle Waves Water Park
  3. Which ride to get on first at Family Kingdom – Twist ‘n Shout or Swamp Fox?
  4. Warming up for a full weekend of golf with a round at Tupelo Bay Golf Center
  5. Mat time at Shanti Yoga Studio
  6. That grouper filet sandwich you could never forget at Crab Catchers in Little River

Question 2

The best thing to do first thing in the morning in Myrtle Beach is:

  1. Watch the sunrise on my balcony with my significant other
  2. Take the kids down to the beach to start a sandcastle
  3. Go on a dolphin-seeking adventure with Downwind Sails
  4. Get that early tee time at Myrtlewood Golf Club
  5. Meditate on the beach
  6. Enjoy a cup of cold-brew coffee at Grand Strand Coffee

Question 3

One thing I want to make sure to do before lunch in Myrtle Beach is:

  1. Walk hand-in-hand with my sweetie in the Market Common shops
  2. See the penguins at Ripley’s Aquarium
  3. A spirited race on the track at Broadway Grand Prix Family Race Park
  4. Taking on tight fairways at Aberdeen Country Club
  5. Find a spot to sit with my journal or sketchbook at Brookgreen Gardens
  6. Enjoy an incredible blueberry muffin at Blueberry’s Grill

Question 4

Speaking of lunch in Myrtle Beach, I’d love to:

  1. Visit Collectors Cafe & Gallery for miso salmon and a walk through the gallery
  2. Grab a burger and shake with the family at Burgerfi
  3. Take on a heaping plate of Calabash seafood at Calabash Seafood Hut
  4. Enjoy a chef salad, bowl of Original Pine Lakes chowder, and a prime rib sandwich at Pine Lakes Country Club’s Robert White Pub
  5. Indulge in a garden quesadilla and Moon Pie dessert with a view at Tin Roof
  6. Sit in front of a pimento cheeseburger (with bacon!) at River City Cafe

Question 5

I could spend all afternoon and into the evening doing this in Myrtle Beach:

  1. Snapping pictures during a laidback walk through historic downtown Conway
  2. Letting the kids scamper around at Myrtle Beach State Park
  3. Cable wakeboarding at Shark Park 843
  4. Taking my time playing 18 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
  5. Laying on a beach towel with a fantastic book on the beach
  6. Sampling as much fudge as humanly possible and indulging in caramel, chocolate, and M&M-covered apples at The Fudgery

Question 6

The absolute best way to unwind after a stellar day in Myrtle Beach is:

  1. 2 Carolina lemonades on the wraparound porch at Hook & Barrell
  2. Drifting down the lazy river in our Brittain Resort hotel
  3. Night fishing on Pride of the Carolinas with Little River Fishing Fleet
  4. Taking my time with my 2 drinks that come with a round at Legends Resort, in the Double Eagle Tavern
  5. With a stroll on the Marsh Walk, followed by a shrimp basket and cheesecake at Dead Dog Saloon
  6. With a chicken gyro and scoop of ice cream at Abraham’s Gyros followed by a walk on the boardwalk

Give yourself:

1 point for each A

2 points for each B

3 points for each C

4 points for each D

5 points for each E

6 points for each F

If you got:

6-11 points: You’re set for a romantic getaway

You listened to love songs all the way here, didn’t you?

Might we suggest

Dinner in a romantic Victorian home at the Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro and a visit to the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk.

12-16 points: It’s time for a family vacation

You listened to kids’ tunes all the way here, didn’t you?

Might we suggest

Plenty of the on The Grand Strand (don’t forget the sunscreen), where everyone can find fun, and a family tournament at Jurassic Mini Golf.

17-21 points: Take an adventure journey

You listened to Queen and AC/DC all the way here, didn’t you?

Might we suggest

Frolicking for an evening at The Landing at The Boathouse, and an afternoon exploring The Atalaya Castle.

22-26 points: A golf excursion

You listened to PGA Tour Radio on Sirius all the way here, didn’t you?

Might we suggest

A round at the picturesque yet challenging True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island and an invigorating round and dinner at Barefoot Resort & Golf in North Myrtle.

27-31 points: A relaxing escape

You listened to Marconi Union and Airstream all the way here, didn’t you?

Might we suggest

Taking in a show at popular dinner theater Pirates Voyage, and a peaceful boat tour of an area wildlife refuge with Waccamaw River Nature & Wildlife Tours.

32-36 points: A foodie holiday

You listened to The Splendid Table and Spilled Milk podcasts all the way here, didn’t you?

Might we suggest

Take a Myrtle Beach Food Tour (for a feast of for your mind and your mouth), and venture to Aspen Grille for an elevated experience of Carolina cuisine.

Ready to go?

A stay at a Brittain Resort is a vacation in itself. Always close to the action – but far enough away to feel like paradise – Brittain Resorts offer guests the ultimate in comfort, convenience, space, and places for memorable experiences – for single travelers, couples, families, and more. Bring your golf clubs, your beach towels, or just your sense of adventure and appetite when you come to Myrtle Beach, and stay with us at a Brittain Resort. Book your stay today.

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