Five Reasons to Visit Myrtle Beach This Fall
Fall is arguably one of the best seasons on the Grand Strand – and for good reason! The weather couldn’t be more perfect, there are tons of things to do, fewer people are visiting and the list goes on and on. Concerns over COVID-19 mean that our local hotels, restaurants and attractions are limiting the number of people inside, allowing for social distancing and taking the proper cleaning and disinfecting precautions to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Did you know Myrtle Beach averages over 200 sunny days a year? Yep, it’s true! The average temperatures in September are in the 80s with October averaging around 77 degrees. The humidity is down, and the ocean is still warm enough for a dip, so you can stay on the beach all day long. The comfortable weather is also great for exploring all of the attractions and things to do in Myrtle Beach.
Fewer Crowds & Wide-Open Beaches
Tourist season officially ends after Labor Day in Myrtle Beach. That means less time spent waiting at your favorite restaurants and attractions and more time spent on your own private beaches. You’ll love the private feel at your beach rentals as well. Take a long dip in a jacuzzi and spend as much time as you want lounging in the lazy river.
Find your new favorite attraction this fall at the beach! With cooler temperatures throughout the area, it’s easier to explore everything Myrtle Beach and the rest of the Grand Strand has to offer. Brookgreen Gardens should be on everyone’s must-see list. The attraction is listed as one of the Top 10 Gardens in the US by TripAdvisor and is home to its own zoo, special tours and so much more. Other fun attractions to discover include Alligator Adventure and Duplin Winery at Barefoot Landing, the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel and the Boardwalk, Pavilion Park at Broadway at the Beach or any of our great state parks.
The Grand Strand is home to more than 1,500 different restaurants ranging from cozy bistros hosting breakfast and lunch to expansive seafood buffets that serve up a little bit of everything. Want a dinner with a view? Check out any of the delicious restaurants along the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk including Dead Dog Saloon, Drunken Jack’s or Wicked Tuna. Myrtle Beach favorites include Sea Captain’s House, Pier 14 Restaurant and Lounge, River City Café, New York Prime and Carolina Roadhouse. Top restaurants in North Myrtle Beach include Snooky’s Oceanfront, Umberto’s, Greg Norman’s Australian Grille and Lucy Buffett’s Lulu’s at Barefoot Landing.
There’s no secret that when there are fewer visitors at the beach, the rates are lower, and the deals are amazing in the fall! Whether you’re looking for a one-bedroom condo in Myrtle Beach or an extra-large penthouse in North Myrtle Beach, we’ve got the rental for you. These amazing Grand Strand rental properties are home to endless amenities including indoor and outdoor pool features, fitness centers, on-site dining, fully-equipped kitchens and luxurious spas. Some resorts even offer perks like free daily breakfasts or tickets to local attractions. Scroll through our amazing condos and luxury beach home rentals to plan a fall getaway you won’t soon forget!