MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., Sept. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — With autumn right around the corner, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is inviting visitors to stretch their summer by enjoying a fall getaway along its 60 miles of beautiful coastline. The destination is helping visitors extend their vacation season by offering 60-hour itineraries to make planning and making the most of a visit to the area even easier. With mild temperatures, fewer crowds and lodging options offering more value for the money, fall is the perfect time to take in all the destination has to offer.  

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is inviting visitors to stretch their summer with a fall getaway. The destination was spared by the recent hurricane and is welcoming travelers to extend their vacation time and experience the area's beautiful beaches, year-round attractions, culinary offerings and lodging options offering more value for the money this fall.

«No matter what type of trip you’re looking for, the fall is the perfect time to extend your vacation time by visiting Myrtle Beach,» said Karen Riordan, president and CEO of Visit Myrtle Beach. «Fortunately, our area was spared from the full impact of Hurricane Dorian, and as a destination, we are ready to invite visitors this fall to experience our beautiful beaches, ocean-to-table culinary offerings, year-round attractions and Southern hospitality.»

Below are a few highlights from the various 60-hour itineraries available for visitors. A full listing can be found here: https://www.visitmyrtlebeach.com/things-to-do/fall-getaway-guide/

  • Family with Young Children: Start your fall getaway with the kids at Savannah’s Playground in the Market Common area. This expansive park features all ADA-approved playground equipment designed so children of all abilities can play and interact socially. And a visit to Myrtle Beach wouldn’t be complete without a show at Pirate’s Voyage, an amazing dinner theatre-style show featuring an interactive battle between the Crimson and Sapphire pirate crews including animals, acrobats, divers and more.
  • Family with Teen Children: Nothing says family fun like an action-packed day at Broadway Grand Prix. Families can race to victory on seven go-kart tracks, climb to the top of the rock wall, or become a legend on the two 18-hole mini golf courses.
  • Couples Trip: Take a romantic and relaxing kayak tour of the Waccamaw River with J&L Kayaks and then stop for a drink at Twelve 33 Distillery, the Myrtle Beach area’s first craft distillery featuring an infusion room for spirits and a hidden speakeasy.
  • Guys Trip: Start your guys trip with a round of golf at TPC Myrtle Beach, offering PGA Tour-caliber golf, and then enjoy fresh seafood and live music along the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk.
  • Seniors Trip: Take in the beauty that Myrtle Beach has to offer at Brookgreen Gardens, considered the finest outdoor presentation of American figurative sculpture in the world. Once you’ve walked the grounds, stick around for lunch at Brookgreen’s full-service restaurant, Azalea.
  • Girls Trip: Start your day with a delicious Southern breakfast at Tupelo Honey Café before heading off to The Salt Escape where you and your girls can experience a salt cave, red light facials, oxygen therapy and massages for a full day of vacation relaxation.

For more details on planning your Myrtle Beach getaway this fall, go to VisitMyrtleBeach.com.

About Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Stretching from Little River to Pawleys Island and comprising 14 distinct communities, the Myrtle Beach area is home to 60 miles of sandy beaches, an assortment of entertainment and family attractions and world-class golf. Popularly known as the Grand Strand, the Myrtle Beach area presents the quintessential vacation experience peppered with plenty of Southern hospitality. For additional information on the Myrtle Beach area, visit www.visitmyrtlebeach.com or call (888) Myrtle-1.

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