On the hunt for things to do near Myrtle Beach? Finish off June with a bang at the annual Conway Riverfest 2021 on June 26, from 11 am to 10 pm. Starting with a patriotic golf cart parade at 11:30 am, the festivities in historic Conway, SC, will shut down Elm Street, the marina parking lot and Riverfront Park, where food, arts and crafts vendors; a Kids’ Zone complete with inflatables, pony rides, camel rides, a bungee jump, and games; and a live music stage and beer garden will take over. The grand finale is a fireworks extravaganza at 9:30 pm.
The Conway Riverfest is one of those events that will become a family vacation tradition as it is the perfect way to kick off your Fourth of July holiday in Myrtle Beach. For more info, visit www.conwayriverfest.com.
If you’re staying in Myrtle Beach through the Fourth, check into one of these nearby Condo-World resorts:
This new oceanfront resort features one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury condos with plenty of room to roam and relax. Located in central Myrtle Beach, Sandy Beach Resorts is within walking distance of popular family attractions, like Family Kingdom Amusement Park, Splashes Oceanfront Water Park, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and SkyWheel, and more. But there’s also oodles to enjoy on the property as well, such as fun in the sun at one of the three oceanfront outdoor pools, kiddie pool and lazy river. The kids will be begging to come back to Sandy Beach soon!
A mainstay in Myrtle Beach for the last 40 years, the oceanfront Caribbean Resort features beautifully renovated condos, including all new bedding, tile kitchens, baths and refreshed art décor throughout the bedrooms and living rooms. Plus, you’ll never hear an “I’m bored” from the kids, with the Caribbean’s oceanfront water park with a Pirates Plunge Water slide, Silly Submarine kiddie pool, outdoor and indoor lazy rivers, hot tubs, and the ultra-cool Caribbean Kidz Club during the summer.