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All around Myrtle Beach this time of year you’re sure to find displays of Christmas cheer. From colorful lights to fantastic live shows, the Christmas spirit burns as bright Rudolph’s red nose. OK, that’s the last of the rhymes, or at least intentional ones. Myrtle Beach is always fun during the warm spring and summer months but there is a plethora of great reasons to take a winter vacation to the Grand Strand. Here are a couple of tremendous holiday attractions to enjoy during a Christmas vacation to Myrtle Beach. The Great Christmas Light ShowThe North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex explodes into a festive and vibrant display of holiday joy during The Great Christmas Light Show beginning Friday, November 23rd.... Read More
With sunny and pleasant weather extending well into fall, October is still an ideal time to escape your everyday routine and head to Pawleys Island for a relaxing weekend vacation. And since the lowcountry enjoys warm weather during autumn there are plenty of great fall festivals that will fill your Pawleys Island vacation with wonder and excitement. One such festival takes place during the third weekend of October as the Wooden Boat Show returns to the historic waterfront district of Georgetown for its 29th year.If you’ve taken a vacation to Pawleys Island but never made the short drive south to Georgetown you’re really missing out.... Read More
If you’re like thousands of other fortunate individuals, you’re probably making a list of things you’ve got to experience on your upcoming vacation to Myrtle Beach. September is a fantastic month to visit the Grand Strand, with the scalding hot summer heat easing up a bit but still offering beautiful sunny weather. And if you plan on being in Myrtle Beach on Saturday, September 15th, you should take a short drive inland to the small town of Aynor to experience one of South Carolina’s longest running small town festivals, the Aynor Harvest Hoedown.This year marks the 39th year of the Aynor Harvest Hoedown, always taking place on the third Saturday of September and drawing thousands of spectators.... Read More
Believe it or not, Myrtle Beach isn’t only a great vacation spot from June through August. There are plenty of great attractions and events that take place outside of the peak summer months that make the Grand Strand a true year-round vacation destination. One such event takes place in Myrtle Beach on September 15th and 16th as the Native Sons Salt Games retu to showcase amazing athletic competition in a variety of beach-centric sports.In the past the Salt Games has taken place at the beginning of summer, but this year the festival has moved to mid-September to act as a grand finale for the summer.... Read More
The Pawleys Island area is home to some of the most beautiful wetlands and inlets that you’ll find along the entire east coast. These lush landscapes are truly majestic and make for awe-inspiring journeys and explorations. And coming up on Saturday, September 8th you and your fellow travelers can get up close and personal with the tranquil Waccamaw River during the 4th Annual Ride the Tide event. No class five rapids here, just a laid-back ride for four beautiful miles through the lowcountry paradise of Pawleys Island.Organized by Giving It Forward Together (GIFT), Ride the Tide has been a fantastic charity event that has raised thousands of dollars the past three years for area charities.... Read More
Whether it’s during your normal everyday routine or during a relaxing Pawleys Island vacation, it always feels good to give back. And when you can combine giving back with staying in shape, that’s a great combination. On August 25th, you can do exactly that at the Children’s Recovery Center 5K Run for the Kids. This family-friendly event welcomes hundreds of runners and walkers joining together to support a noble cause.The Children’s Recovery Center serves children of Horry and Georgetown counties and acts as an advocate for victims of physical and sexual abuse. The tragic fact is that many of the victims of abuse fear speaking up and reporting their abusers to authorities, but since 1996 the Children’s Recovery Center has employed compassionate professionals in the medical, forensic and therapeutic fields to help victims become survivors.... Read More