The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce will host a series of events to honor the 53rd Annual Canadian American Days Festival beginning the week of March 10, 2014. These events take place all over the Grand Strand area. If you’re planning on visiting the area and you’re looking for North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals we recommend you book them soon right here at Condo World to get the best selection.

Canadian American Days accommodationsCloser to the time the exact schedule of activities will be released. Last year’s events including a BBQ Festival in the Town of Surfside Beach, a Symphony Soiree with guest artist, live musical entertainment at both the Myrtle Beach Mall and the Inlet Square Mall, Run to the Sun Car show, a free Can-American festival expo, dog agility competition, ballroom dancing, Irish Festival, St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade, 5K Kilt Run and so much more. This is definitely a fabulous time to come and visit the coastal Carolina area whether you’re from Canada or not.

What makes this a great time to stay in our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals is because they’re all at off-season rates right now. In addition, you can check out our Specials page and save up from 10% to 25% off your rental depending upon size. Special applies to bookings prior to February 28. Save 10% on 1 & 2 bedroom units, 15% on 3 & 4 bedroom units, 20% on 5 bedroom units and 25% on 6 bedroom units. The following guidelines apply: Oceanfront / View Condos: 3 night minimum stay in spring, 7 nights June – August. Barefoot Golf Villas: 3 night minimum year round. Barefoot Waterway View Condos: 3 night minimum in spring, 4 nights June – August. Beach Homes: 4 night minimum in spring, 7 nights June – August. Excludes previously booked reservations. Not combinable with any other promotion. Not all units participate in discount program.

Event Summary
Finding Vacation Rentals for During Canadian American Days
Myrtle Beach & Surrounding Area,Myrtle Beach,SC
Start Date
March 10, 2014
End Date
March 31, 2014
Various events taking place all over the Grand Strand Area celebrating the Canadian American heritage.