Snow Bird Activities in Myrtle Beach
It’s January in Myrtle Beach and the SnowBirds are starting to fly south for the winter. If you’re wondering whether a Snow Bird vacation is for you, here is just a glimpse of what Myrtle Beach has to offer in the off-season.
With mild weather and no humidity, winter is the ideal time to play golf in Myrtle Beach. With over 100 different courses to choose from, Myrtle Beach is the golfers dream. No matter your skill level or price point theres a course that you're guarenteed to enjoy. A few that are near the Coral Beach Resort are World Tour Golf Links, where they recreate 18 of the most challenging golf links from 18 courses in 6 countries and 10 states. Legends, which is home to 5 different courses, and Grand Dunes, which was named National Golf Course of the Year. Give them a call to ask about pricing and tee times.
Beat the crowd by seeing one of the great live shows in the off-season. Watch Elvis or Dolly Parton perform at Legends in Concert where talented tributes perform as your favorite stars. You'll be convinced that it's Whitney Houston up on stage. See the award winning variety show at The Carolina Opry where you'll see the South's best singing, dancing, and comedy all together in one show. Also at The Carolina Opry is the Good Vibrations show where they take you on a musical journey through the sixties, seventies, and eighties. Cheer on the knights of the realm at Medieval Times where you'll be apart of a medeval jousting tournament while feasting on a four-course meal. The knights will compete for a chance to become the champion and win the heart of the princess.
The winter is the perfect time to go eat at your favorite restaurants without the crowds. Venture down to Murrell's Inlet, the seafood captial of South Carolina. The Marsh Walk is home to many great restaurants such as Wahoo's Raw Bar & Marina, Captain Dave's Dockside, or Drunken Jack's. The Market Common has plenty of great restaurants. Try delicious asian cuisine at P.F. Changs, great burgers at King Street Grill, or mexican-american at Nacho Hippo. There are many different places to eat in Myrtle Beach and the best time to enjoy them is without a crowd.
It may be too chilly to go out on a boat, but the weather is just right to fish from a pier. Head up north to Apache Pier or go to Myrtle Beach State Park where you can rent all the gear you need. Spend a relaxing day catching some fish while enjoying the sunshine and great weather.