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Myrtle Beach
  • Home to over 100 golf courses all unique in design and ready for a group of any size or on any budget.
  • Hotels, courses and restaurants galore make for easy travel to and from activities with almost everything you will need within walking distance from your hotel.
  • Above average rainfall and coastal weather create excellent golf course conditions any time of year.
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Discount Stay & Play Golf Vacations to Myrtle Beach, SC

The Grand Strand area receives some of the best weather during the spring, summer and fall months bringing in over ten million tourists anually. Attractions include sandy beaches and nearly a hundred golf courses, as well as a number of amusement parks and dozens of restaurants. The area is home to scores of hotels, many of which are on beachfront property. Whether your group is on a budget or willing to explore everything the city has to offer, Myrtle Beach is the biggest compilation of courses and activities for golfers seeking the ultimate vacation. Providing a wide variety of cheap golf packages in Myrtle Beach with a wide selection of courses and top quality hotels and resorts is our top priority - enjoying your Myrtle Beach golf vacation is yours!

  • Franklin G. Burroughs and Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum
    3200 S. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach
    (843) 238-2510
    www.myrtlebeachartmuseum.org
  • Children's Museum of South Carolina
    2501 N Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach 29577-3054
    (843)946-9469
    www.cmsckids.org
  • Family Kingdom Ocean Front Park
    301 3rd Ave S., Myrtle Beach
    (843) 916-0400
    www.family-kingdom.com
  • Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park
    812 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach 29577
    (843) 448-6456
    www.mbpavilion.com
  • Myrtle Waves
    3000 10th N. Ext. (off U.S. 17 Bypass), Myrtle Beach
    (843) 448-1026
    www.myrtlewaves.com
  • NASCAR Speed Park
    1820 21st Ave N., Myrtle Beach
    (843)626-8725
    www.nascarspeedpark.com

  • 2001 Nightclub
    920 Lake Arrowhead Rd., Myrtle Beach 29572
    (843) 449-9434
    www.2001nightclub.com
    Nightclub

  • Dead Dog Saloon
    4079 Hwy 17 Business, Murrells Inlet 29576
    (843) 651-0664
    www.deaddogsaloon.com
    Live Entertainment/Local
  • House of Blues
    4640 Highway 17 S., North Myrtle Beach 29582
    (843) 272-3000
    www.hob.com
    Live Entertainment
  • Broadway Louie's
    1318 Celebrity Cir., Myrtle Beach 29577
    (843) 445-6885
    www.celebrationsnitelife.com
    Sports Bar/Karaoke

Population: 30,000

Elevation: 21 feet

Land Area: 23.3 square miles

County: Horry County

Time Zone: Eastern Time Zone

How To Get There:
Myrtle Beach International Airport
1100 Jet Port Rd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-448-1589
An $18-million renovation project expanded Myrtle Beach International Airport from 50,000 square feet to 120,000, and added an upper-level concourse. Two jetways now connect the planes to the terminal. Present plans are for Horry County to double the size of the existing airport, making it a regional terminal and adding a second runway.

Grand Strand Airport
100 Jetport Road
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-448-1580
Horry County operates the Grand Strand Airport, where private aircraft and corporate jets can land. It's open 24 hours a day. You don't have to notify anyone that you're coming, but be aware that all services close for business at 10 PM. You can leave your craft for several days while you enjoy the beach. The airport is about one block west of U.S. 17, pretty much in the heart of North Myrtle Beach. Fixed-base operators at Grand Strand Airport are Shell Aviation and Ramp 66. Both services offer overnight tie-down for $5 per night. Fuel is also available.

Greyhound
511 7th Avenue North
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-448-2472
Hours of operation subject to change. Please call to verify hours before making travel arrangements.

Local Seasons:
Spring is probably the most attractive season in South Carolina. Throughout the region, cherry blossoms are followed by azaleas, dogwood, and camellias from April into May, and by apple blossoms in May. Summer can be hot and humid in many areas, but temperatures will be cooler along the coast. Folk, craft, art, and music festivals take place in summer, as do sports events. Fall brings spectacular foliage. In winter, temperatures average in the 60s by the shore. Summer temperatures range from the high 70s to the mid-80s.

Average Temperatures (°F):
January - 56
February - 60
March - 68
April - 76
May - 83
June - 88
July - 91
August - 89
September - 85
October - 77
November - 69
December - 60

Precipitation (in):
January - 4.72
February - 3.45
March - 4.07
April - 3.10
May - 4.26
June - 4.74
July - 6.7
August - 6.76
September - 5.86
October - 3.25
November - 2.74
December - 3.62

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