Locals assume that everyone knows all about Myrtle Beach but that’s not always true. This is a list of Myrtle Beach frequently asked questions or Myrtle Beach FAQ that we have done our best to answer. This page will be a great help in planning your trip to Myrtle Beach.
Where is Myrtle Beach?
Directly on the South Carolina Atlantic coast, some thirty miles south of the North/South Carolina border, right at the heart of the 60-mile stretch of white sands known as the “Grand Strand”. Myrtle Beach is the city with the most recognizable name, but the resort area stretches from Georgetown in the south, through Pawleys Island, Litchfield Beach, Murrells Inlet, Garden City, Surfside Beach, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Atlantic Beach, Little River, then crosses into North Carolina and includes Calabash and the coastal areas of Brunswick County. Find it on this Google Map of Myrtle Beach.
Are there any good Myrtle Beach restaurants?
What sort of food do you prefer? Among our 1,405 restaurants, you’ll find everything from familiar fast-food chains and major theme venues to elegant, one-of-a-kind dining establishments; from Calabash-style seafood to Continental creations – whatever your taste buds crave – hot dogs to haute cuisine – you’ll find it all here. Our “Restaurants & Nightlife” section has a listing of the most popular Myrtle Beach restaurants.
How many golf courses are there in the Myrtle Beach area?
Over 80 courses by top designers, geared to every playing level.
What is a Myrtle Beach “Golf Package?”
Developed right here in Myrtle Beach, a “Golf Package” is a trouble-free way to schedule a golf vacation for your group. All you need do is let your accommodations’ Golf Director know your arrival and departure dates, and the courses you’d like to play (and if you aren’t familiar with the courses, he or she will offer sound suggestions). Your schedule, with specific tee times, will then be confirmed, and sent to you. The pre-set per person charge generally covers accommodations, breakfast, and golf.
Can I fly to Myrtle Beach?
You certainly can! These carriers serve Myrtle Beach at the Myrtle Beach International Airport. Allegiant Air Delta Porter Spirit Airlines United Airlines US Airways If you’re staying and playing mainly on the north end of the area, you may want to fly into Wilmington, NC. The Wilmington International Airport is served by Allegiant Air, Delta, and US Airways. Just check with your travel agent or the airline’s web site.
What accommodations are available in the Myrtle Beach area?
Better than 60,000 accommodations units, ranging from modest motel rooms to magnificent luxury oceanfront penthouses. Be assured – there’s something here to suit every wish, and every wallet.
What’s the Myrtle Beach weather like?
We do have seasons – long, balmy spring and equally-pleasant fall (average temperature 75 degrees F – understandably, the favorite golfing seasons), short, cool winters (temperatures average 56 degrees F), and short, hot summers (temperatures 89 degrees F). See the Myrtle Beach average monthly temperatures at the Weather Channel.
Are there things to do in Myrtle Beach after golf and the beach?
Do you enjoy theater? Clubs? Outdoor fun? All here. Broadway hits; the country’s top musical artists, comedians, dance groups (including the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes), Elvis (and Dolly, Marilyn – even Blues Brothers impersonators), dinner theaters; an IMAX screen, Nascar Speed Park, aquarium, kiddie parks, water slides, and scintillating nightclubs and gentlemen’s clubs all add delight to your Myrtle Beach visit. Our “Things to Do” section has a listing of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, theaters, and live entertainment.