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Harvest elements on Myrtle Beach in October

One of our favorite things about Myrtle Beach in the fall, especially in October, is how you still get the feel of a “summer vacay” but without the large crowds and high humidity. Even more, the October activities and events happening along the Grand Strand are some of our favorites of the year! Here’s everything you need to know about Myrtle Beach in October –take a look!

Is Myrtle Beach warm in October?

Let’s get right to the punch, the short answer is YES! While there are usually a handful of considerable cooler days within the month, the average temperature for Myrtle Beach in October is a beautiful 75°F and the water stays around the low 70’s. Did we mention that we usually only have around 5 days of rain throughout the entire month? (But in case of rain, here are a few fun things to do during rainy days.) We’re not sure about you, but we’d take sunny and 75° over humid and 105° any day!

What are some reasons to visit Myrtle Beach in October?

Aside from the beautiful weather, one of our other top reasons for a Myrtle Beach vacation in October is the smaller crowd size. There is a whole lot to do in our wonderful little beach town, but sometimes the lines are just too long to get to do it all during our busy summer months. October is a great time to visit if you are looking for a more relaxed feel and the ability to make dinner or event reservations more last minute.

Here are a few other reasons to visit during October:

What is there to do in October?

Since 70° water might be a little cool for some swimmers, October is the perfect month to get out and explore the parts of the Grand Strand you haven’t seen before. Take a stroll through the La Amie Vineyard in Little River or visit Atalaya Castle down in Huntington Beach State Park.

This month features tons of Myrtle Beach fall festivals and events such as Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest, St. John’s Greek Festival, The Hippie Fest, Art in the Park, Boofest at Barefoot Landing, and tons of other Halloween festivities along the Grand Strand.

Lastly, you can never go wrong with visiting one of the outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment centers: Broadway at the Beach, Market Common, or Barefoot Landing. 



Couple on a myrtle beach honeymoon

While the Myrtle Beach area is most often known for being a great summer or spring break vacation spot, did you know it is also a favorite honeymoon destination? We have put together a list of our favorite romantic dining options and the best activities to partake in while enjoying the perfect Myrtle Beach honeymoon as newlyweds!



Thoroughbreds Chophouse & Seafood Grille

Located slightly north of us at 9706 N. Kings Hwy, Thoroughbreds is a locally owned and operated fine dining restaurant that has been a Myrtle Beach favorite for nearly 30 years. They pride themselves in offering fine quality food and excellent service to all of their guests. The upscale atmosphere is perfect for enjoying a romantic night out and you are sure to find plenty you’ll love on their extensive wine and dinner menus. For dessert, we recommend their Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding! Thoroughbreds is open Tuesday-Sunday from 4:30-10:00 pm. Call them at 843-497-2636 or go online for reservations.

The Library

Established in 1974, The Library Restaurant is the epitome of a fine-dining romantic atmosphere! Start the night with cocktails at their speakeasy-themed bar and then make your way to your table to enjoy a delicious beef carpaccio appetizer and duck l’orange entrée. They have been awarded the 2017 Diners’ Choice Award and have also been named the finest restaurant on the Grand Strand by Mobil Travel Guide. The Library is located at 6613 N Kings Highway and open Monday-Saturday, from 5:00-10:00 pm. Reserve a table online or call 843-448-4527. 

Sea Captain’s House

“A tradition since basically forever” is their motto, and we couldn’t agree more! Any Myrtle Beach native could tell you about this wonderful restaurant and all it has to offer. Sea Captain’s house is known for its delicious seafood and its menu features items such as bacon-wrapped scallops, shrimp and grits, award-winning she-crab soup, and Carolina surf and turf. Your honeymoon is the perfect time to splurge on dinner especially when it includes a gorgeous waterfront view! They’re located at 3002 N Ocean Blvd and are open Sunday-Thursday from 4:30-9:00 pm and Friday-Saturday from 4:30-9:30 pm. To make a reservation call 843-448-8082 or reserve online at

New York Prime

Nestled just north of us and only one block off of the beach, New York Prime has been a local favorite for years. This posh steakhouse has won “Best Steaks” and diners’ choice awards around the beach and is known for its exceptional service and USDA Prime Only menu. Some of their best-known menu options include colossal baked shrimp, aged beef, and fresh Florida stone crabs. To make the night even more romantic, you can call and request the private dining room to celebrate your nuptials. Make your honeymoon dinner reservation by calling 843-448-8081.


If you are in the mood for a more casual night, Broadway at the Beach is a great place to get out, walk around, and enjoy plenty of dining options. 



Brookgreen Gardens

Brookgreen Gardens is a wonderful day time activity if you are in the mood to get some fresh air, walk around, and take in all the beauty that nature has to offer. Brookgreen is known for its botanical gardens, American sculptures, low country history, and low country zoo. Choose a guided tour or stroll through this National Historic Landmark on your own. You will not find a more unique melding of nature, art, and history! Brookgreen Gardens is open daily from 9:30 am-5:00 pm. Be sure to check out their events calendar as Brookgreen Garden hosts many festivals throughout the year!

The Market Common

Sometimes honeymooners just want a casual day out and about filled with shopping, dining, and strolling hand in hand, and the Market Common is the perfect place! Enjoy shopping in unique boutiques such as J.Jill, Anthropologie, and Ivy & Leo and then head on over for lunch and afternoon cocktails at Tupelo Honey Café or Travinia’s Italian Kitchen. End your afternoon with a walk around the pond or with a sweet treat from Cold Stone Creamery or The Uncommon Chocolatier. The Market Common is just a short 10-minute drive from Coral Beach Resort and is open all year round.

Huntington Beach State Park

Explore the outdoors, walk through a castle, and stroll along the beach all in one place! Huntington Beach State Park is 2,500 acres of so many different treasures. Some of our favorite things to do when visiting Huntington is to walk the causeway and look for birds and alligators, take a self-guided audio tour through Atalaya Castle, or explore the 3-mile beach, its jetties and even go fishing. Huntington Beach is located in Murrells Inlet at 16148 Ocean Hwy. Looking if you need more information? Give them a call at 843-237-4440.

Take a Sunset Cruise

The evening is both a romantic and magical time to be out on the water, and there is no better place to watch a beautiful Myrtle Beach sunset than on the deck of a boat! Express Water Sports offers 1-hour sunset cruises for $35 a person featuring complimentary wine, fruit and cheese, and soft drinks – the perfect way to honeymoon. They are located 15 minutes south of the Coral Beach Resort, in Murrells Inlet. Make your sunset cruise reservations online or call 843-357-7777.

Looking for something a little more exhilarating while honeymooning in Myrtle Beach? Here’s a list of some of our favorite watersports on the Grand Strand.

There are even more romantic things to do in Myrtle Beach, read all about them in one of our latest articles.






myrtle beach watersports - couple jet skiing

Myrtle Beach is home to beautiful beaches, award-winning golf, delicious dining, and of course, endless fun! But let’s face it, our summers get hot. What better way to cool down than enjoying a day on the water exploring all of the watersports that the Grand Strand has to offer? We’ve put together a list of the best watersport options convenient to The Coral Beach Resort.

Parasailing in Myrtle Beach

Experience beautiful scenery, view sea creatures below, and have a definite adrenaline rush as you soar 300 feet above the Atlantic Ocean! Downwind Sails Watersports has 2 locations along the Myrtle Beach boulevard but their 3rd Avenue south location is most convenient to us. Begin your parasailing adventure by riding deep into the ocean on a banana boat with your family. Once you get to the boat, board it and prepare for fun as you get strapped into the parasail! The duration of the parasail ride is approximately 8-10 minutes and the height requirement is at least 42 inches. There are single, double, and triple riding flights available. Their current price per flyer is $64 and you can book yours by visiting the Downwind Sails website or giving them a call at (843)236-7245. If parasailing has ever been on your bucket list, you can’t miss this awesome experience in Myrtle Beach!

Salt Marsh Kayaking Tour in Murrells Inlet

While watersports in the ocean are what most people think of when they hear “Myrtle Beach watersports”, the Grand Strand is also home to beautiful rivers and marshes that feature watersport activities as well! Visit Black River Outdoors located in Murrells Inlet and paddle through the Murrells Inlet Salt Marsh while experiencing the wonders of the amazing ecosystem and a variety of wildlife. You may see turtles, mink, dolphin, birds, oysters, and crabs. They have both a 2-hour and 4-hour tour option with the 2-hour being the most popular and starting at just $40. For more information or to book your Black River Outdoor Kayak tour visit their website or call at (843) 546-4840.

Jet Ski Rentals in Myrtle Beach

Imagine yourself speeding over the glassy and beautiful backwaters of South Carolina, winding through the moss-covered oaks and going to places you can’t access any other way! At Shawn’s Backwater Adventure, their Jet Ski rentals will let you do just that! They have 4 different Jet Ski tour options ranging from jet ski lessons for beginners to adrenaline tours for more advanced skiers. For more information and to book your Jet Ski rental, visit their website or contact them at (843)353-7020. With a jet ski rental, you’ll see nature untouched as you zip through some of the most scenic areas in the Grand Strand.

Flyboard or Wakeboard in Myrtle Beach

If you’re looking for a fun way to make a splash and cool down, a flyboard or wakeboard rental is an adventure for you! Visit Island Adventure Watersports located just off Hwy 17 in Myrtle Beach for their Fly and Wakeboarding rental experience. Their US Coast Guard Captained Staff will take you on a memorable trip on the scenic Waccamaw River. Up to 6 guests will ride on a brand new 21’ Super Air Nautique Professional Wakeboarding Boat, where you’ll be challenged in a fun and exciting ride. Wakeboards are very similar to a surfboard being pulled behind a boat, and you’ll be able to attempt various acrobatic maneuvers including jumps, dips, turns, and dives. For flyboarding, you’ll be water jet-propelled and fly in the air like a bird and then dive in the water like a dolphin. You’ll use power from jet skis, and the board will take you high up in the sky for the ride of your life. This new extreme water sport allows you to fly over the water, under the water, or fly freestyle as you learn to control your experience. Visit Island Adventure Watersport’s website for even more information and to book your watersport experience today! 

If you don’t feel like getting wet but still want to enjoy being out on the water, check out the boat tours in Myrtle Beach!


father and son celebrate 4th of July in Myrtle Beach by waving American Flag

Planning a vacation for 4th of July in Myrtle Beach 2019 at Coral Beach Resort & Suites? While we know you could spend your entire stay at our beautiful resort with all the amenities we provide, we’ve listed some other events and activities you’ll want to check out while you’re here.

There is so much do up and down the Grand Strand from dusk til’ dawn. We’ve made it easy and broken down the perfect 4th of July activities in Myrtle Beach into daytime and evening categories.

Daytime Events and Activities:

Myrtle Beach State Park

4th of july in myrtle beach 2018Find your sense of adventure and get in touch with nature at the Myrtle Beach State Park. Take the kids for summer morning pier fishing, bike one of the many trails, or hang out with a ranger and patrol the beach for sea turtles. Get into the 4th of July spirit and grill hot dogs or hamburgers for lunch on one of the many grills provided by the park.  For more information about the park and park activities click here.

Family Kingdom

Take a break from the beach and enjoy a fun-filled day of amusement at Family Kingdom.  This fun park features over 40 rides for kids, teens, and adults – they even have their very own waterpark if you need to cool down. This place is a must to make the perfect 4th of July in Myrtle Beach 2018. Click here for park ticket pricing and more.

Pawleys Island 4th of July Parade

Head to the south end of the Grand Strand and be part of the parade in Pawleys Island! Watch from the sidelines or share your patriotic pride by creating a float! You and your family can enter a makeshift for an advanced entry fee of $15. The Parade starts at 10 am on Thursday, July 4th.

4th of July Independence Day 5K and 8K

Feeling patriotic, check out the annual Independence Day 5k and 8k at Valor Park in the Market Common. Throw on your star-spangled running shorts and join hundreds of runners on our Nation’s birthday at this competitive race. Check-in time is from 6:45 am – 7:25 am, the race begins at 7:30 am. For registration and more information click here.

Salute From The Shore

Soak in the sun, splash around in the waves, and salute our armed forces right from the shores of Myrtle Beach! At 1 pm look towards the sky and give your biggest salute as a military flyover takes place. You can even record and share your salute on social media using #SalutefromtheShore. Find out more on how to share or donate to the salute.

Evening Events and Activities:

Plyler Park / Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

4th of July in Myrtle Beach 2018

While you’re vacationing in Myrtle Beach you will definitely want to plan an evening on the Boardwalk. Enjoy a variety of eateries, shops, entertainment and more like Moe’s Moon, Landshark Bar & Grill, I Love Sugar, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and Fun Plaza Family Fun Center. Hang out on the 4th of July for Hot Summer Nights live music and watch the sky light up as fireworks are set off at 10 pm from 2nd Avenue Pier!

Broadway at the Beach

This is a great place to treat the family for dinner, live music and entertainment on July 4th. Broadway features tons of delicious restaurants like Landry’s, Rooster’s Bar and Grill, Sweet Carolina’s and more! And don’t miss their firework extravaganza over Lake Broadway starting at 10 pm!


Good eats live music and more can be found at the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk. There are so many great restaurants to enjoy like the Wicked Tuna, DeadDog Saloon, The Claw House, and Bubba’s Love Shak. Hop from each outdoor deck and listen to all the different live bands playing on the marsh. Stay for a patriotic display of fireworks over the marsh, one of the best views in town. Fireworks start at 10 pm!

A view of new attractions in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is gearing up for the summer and this year new and exciting things await its visitors. All over the Grand Strand new attractions and restaurants have been popping up and we have the scoop on what’s in-store for Myrtle Beach Vacationers.

Top Golf

Long awaited, Top Golf in Myrtle Beach is finally open and has yet to disappoint. Rent a bay with friends and family and take turns hitting a micro-chipped ball at the giant targets on Top Golf’s green. There are a variety of games to choose from like Top Scramble, TopChip, TopGolf and more! What could make Top Golf anymore fun? How about delicious food & hand-crafted drinks? Try the Jumbo Pretzel Board, similar to a charcuterie board, with loads of meats, cheeses, extras! Pricing is based on hourly bay rental: $25/hour from open until noon, $35/hour from noon until 5 PM, and $45/hour from 5 PM until close ($47/hour on Fridays & Saturdays). Visit their site for more information or call (843) 945-3318 for reservations.

Simpsons 4D

Get up-close-and-personal with some of the residents of Springfield! Springfield’s Aztec Theater opens this summer at Broadway at the Beach for an experience you won’t forget. Meet American’s favorite cartoon family (Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie) in the all-new The Simpsons in 4D! You can even grab a Buzz Cola or a Squishee from the Kwik-E-Mart next door.

Tethered Balloon Ride

Now you and your friends or family can ride sky-high over Myrtle Beach in a tethered helium balloon! Located near the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Sky Rider Park will be offering tethered balloon rides for up to 15 passengers, children 4 and under are even permitted to ride. More information coming soon.

The Sneaky Beagle

Bring your pup and dine at the dog-friendly restaurant, The Sneaky Beagle. Located on Carolina Forest Boulevard you and your furry friend can enjoy lunch or dinner outside. The restaurant provides clips to hook your dogs too while you enjoy a cold beer, taco, or sandwich at one of the many picnic tables. They even have menus for your pooch provided by Crabby Dog Eats! Order your pooch a pupcake, chicken jerky, and other fun options!

Tipsy Scoop

Sorry kids, but this fun new shop is for adults only! Opening soon at Broadway at the Beach is Tipsy Scoop Ice Cream Barlour (inside ItSugar). Tipsy Scoop features ice cream made with alcohol. Try flavors like Spiked Hazelnut Coffee, Strawberry White Sangria Sorbet, or Dark Chocolate Whiskey Salted Caramel.


Myrtle Beach Boat Tours - Friends riding the banana boat

There are endless options when it comes to Myrtle Beach boat tours! You can enjoy a laid back cruise, sightseeing tour, or something more adventurous like a two-person boat that goes FAST! We’ve put together a list of our favorite places in the Grand Strand for boat tours, cruises, rentals and more!

Sail Boat Rides

Enjoy sailing on the Atlantic Ocean with Downwind Sails of Myrtle Beach. Downwind Sails offers 30-minute sailboat rides with a professional sailor on one of their state-of-the-art Hobie Cats. Rides will accommodate 2-4 people and start at $10 per person.

Banana Boat Rides

Downwind Sails also offers banana boat rides, something for the whole family to enjoy! The banana boat ride is typically 10-15 minutes of joy-riding Myrtle Beach waves. Up to 6 people can ride together and rides are $18.50 per person.

Salt Shaker Boat Tours

A new and exciting way to cruise the waterway is on a CraigCat™ aquatic armchair with Salt Shakers Boat Tours. You’ll have a 1-hour guided adventure in a 2-person boat, each tour accommodates up to 8 people, great for families! Rides are $108.50 per person and must be reserved in advance.

Waccamaw River Tours

This boat tour option is a laid back one, great for sightseeing and enjoying the natural beauty of the Intracoastal Waterway! Take the Nature & Wildlife Tour for 1.5 hours of coasting down the waterway and watching for osprey, heron, turtles, and alligators. Nature & Wildlife tours are $22.95 for adults and $14.95 for children.

Pirate Cruise

Ahoy there! Climb aboard Carolina’s largest pirate ship and join Blackbeard on his hunt for treasure. Blackbeard’s Pirate Cruise is an hour long ride filled with fun for the whole family. Cruises are $25 per person (children 2 and under are free) and include a pirate mustache, tattoo, and pirate booty earned on the ship!

Deep Sea Fishing Charter

Voyager offers deep sea fishing charters in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. During your deep sea fishing charter, you can expect to catch big-game fish like black sea bass, flounder, small jacks, sharks, etc. Reserve a half day fishing trip for you and your family during the morning, afternoon, or for night shark fishing (available June-September). Charters are $40 per adult and $32 for children 3-12.

Dolphin Cruise

Voyager also offers Dolphin Cruises for the whole family to enjoy. Each cruise is 2.5 hours long with food & beverage service. Adults are $25 per person and children 3-12 years old are $19 per child. Myrtle Beach Watersports also offer dolphin sighting cruises on the Sea Screamer and Sea Thunder. Their tours are 1.5-2 hours long and tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children 3-12. They guarantee a free pass to ride again if no dolphins are sighted during your cruise.

Party Boat

Hop on the Living Large Party Barge for some sun, fun, and day drinking on the water. The boat holds up to six people and offers 4, 3, 2-hour, and custom cruises. On each cruise, you’ll cruise the Intracoastal Waterway to Myrtle Beach’s well kept secret islands. Call 843-603-5572 for more information about cruises and rates!

Jet Boat Rides

Head to the south end for the thrill of a jet boat ride! You and your family (up to 11 people) can enjoy a half hour of 360 spins and power slides through Murrells Inlet. Tickets are $35 per person and passenger must weigh at least 40lbs.


Couple toasting, one of the romantic things to do in Myrtle Beach

The holidays have officially come and gone and the warmer months are in sight! One of our favorite holidays, Valentine’s Day, is just around the corner. With that brings all the heart-shaped chocolates, beautiful flowers, and a romantic night out! If you will be celebrating your day of love right here in Myrtle Beach then you are in for a treat! Coral Beach Resort has put together a list of our 5 favorite romantic things to do in Myrtle Beach that are perfect for your Valentine’s Day celebration!


The Melting Pot

You may have heard of this popular fondue restaurant before, but that is only because it never disappoints! Come enjoy an interactive dining experience with several fondue cooking styles and a variety of unique entrees, salads, and unforgettable desserts. The upscale atmosphere is perfect for an intimate Valentine’s dinner. Our favorite? The baked Alaska dessert fondue! For more information and to make reservations, call 843-692-9003.

Aspen Grille

“Fresh Carolina Cuisine” is their motto, and we might be a little bias but nothing beats food from the Carolina’s! Aspen Grille has been a popular Myrtle Beach restaurant for over 5 years. This sophisticated restaurant is definitely more upscale, but that doesn’t mean it lacks a good time or some southern hospitality. Their menu has a wide variety of choices from shrimp risotto to braised black short ribs so you and your special someone are sure to find something you both enjoy! Give them a call for more information or to make reservations at 843-449-9191

Collector’s Café

Collector’s Café was named “The Best Romantic Restaurant” by Myrtle Beach’s The Sun News…and we agree! This quaint little Café and Gallery make the perfect date night spot. Fine dining is combined with fine art and the result is an elegant yet eclectic dining experience! Enjoy filet mignon, mountain trout, or our favorite, their scallop cakes! Collector’s Café is also a great spot to grab a before-dinner drink or an after-dinner coffee and dessert. For more information or to make reservations, call 843-449-9370.



La Belle Amie Vineyard

This winery is a little bit of a drive from The Coral Beach Resort, but we promise the experience will be well worth it! Located just north of us in Little River, South Carolina, La Belle Amie Vineyard has been around for almost 20 years! Enjoy a romantic day of strolling through the Vineyards, seeing the old tobacco barn, and enjoying a wine tasting in their private tasting room. La Belle Amie Vineyard is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm and is the perfect Valentine’s Day activity before your romantic night out! Call 843-399-9463 for more information.


Atalaya Castle

Atalaya Castle is located in Huntington Beach State Park, just 15 miles south of Coral Beach Resort. This castle was built in 1931 and was the winter home of industrialist and philanthropist Archer M. Huntington and his wife, the sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington. Atalaya is filled with charm, character, and history. Take a stroll hand in hand through the brick-lined hallways while you catch beautiful ocean views through the large iron rod windows. The interior of the castle features a courtyard filled with wildflowers and palmetto trees, creating the perfect romantic spot to spend some of your days. For more information, call 843-237-4440.


Red stage curtain with spotlight and falling snow at a myrtle beach christmas show

If you are traveling to The Grand Strand during this holiday season but are not sure what festive activities to go and enjoy with your family…we have you covered! One of our favorite ways to get into the holiday spirit is to go and enjoy the many Myrtle Beach Christmas Shows! We have put together a list if our top 3 favorite Christmas Shows for you and your family to enjoy during your Myrtle Beach stay.


  1. The Carolina Opry

The Carolina Opry has been putting on their annual Christmas Special for over 30 years! This iconic production features singers Rita Gumm, Moses Braxton, Delvin Choice from NBC’s The Voice. In addition to the 35 singers and dancers, this year The Carolina Opry has brought in over 35 Christmas trees, 75 wreaths, and 5 miles of lighting to make this show one you won’t forget! Call 843-913- 4000 for tickets and more information.


  1. Alabama Theatre

If you are looking for a combination of talent, scenery, and special effects…then the Alabama Theatre’s Christmas Show is your place! Known as “The South’s Grandest Christmas Show”, this show instills the true meaning of Christmas by combining contemporary songs with all your favorite classics. This year the show even features a comedian so your family will be enjoying a night of song, dance, and laughter! Call 1-800-342-2262 for tickets and more information.


  1. Pirates Voyage

If you are looking for a night full of adventure, great food, and that is sure to get you in the holiday spirit then look no further than the Pirates Voyage Christmas Show! Watch as the Christmas Spirit takes Captain Scrooge on a journey through time to find the true meaning of Christmas! This show is full of music, acrobatics, animals, a live nativity, and a delicious four course holiday meal. Make it a Christmas vacation to remember for you and your family! For tickets and more information, call 843-497-9700.


No matter which show you choose, we know you and your family will enjoy it and leave in the holiday spirit! If you have been keeping up with us, then you know we are still undergoing renovations and repairs due to the damage of Hurricane Florence. We unfortunately will not be opened back up for the holiday season but our sister hotel, Sea Crest Resort, is! Give them a call at 1-800-845-1112 to book your stay or receive more information!

Young Granddaughter and Grandfather enjoy Myrtle Beach in the Winter

While Myrtle Beach is known for its beautiful beaches and warm weather, it’s no surprise that Myrtle Beach in the winter months has an “off-season”. However, despite not being able to take a dip in the ocean or lay out by the pool, there are still TONS of activities to keep you entertained and make your Myrtle Beach vacation the best vacation yet! Here is a list of our top 20 things to do this winter in Myrtle Beach.

  1. Take a stroll down the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and enjoy shopping, museums, and lots of dining options.
  2. Soar in style at Helicopter Adventures and enjoy the most beautiful views of Myrtle Beach from the sky.
  3. Get in a heated family bowling competition upstairs in Coral Beach’s own Entertainment Zone.
  4. Hang out for a few hours with your favorite celebrities at the Hollywood Wax Museum.
  5. Let the kids explore and learn with all of their senses at Edventure Myrtle Beach (formerly known as the South Carolina Children’s Museum).
  6. Get in the Christmas spirit by enjoying festive music, comedy, and dancing at The Carolina Opry’s Christmas Special.
  7. Spend a day under the sea at Ripley’s Aquarium at Broadway at the Beach.
  8. Go back in time and tour the historic Atalaya Castle located in Huntington Beach State Park.
  9. Shop till you drop at over 40 stores in a beautiful village setting at The Market Common.
  10. Relax, unwind, and treat yourself to a spa day at Majestic Massage and Day Spa.
  11. Get face to face with alligators, monkeys, and hyenas at Alligator Adventure located in Barefoot Landing.
  12. Schedule a tee time at one of the 120 golf courses located along the grand strand.
  13. Jump, climb, and dunk all your energy out at Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park.
  14. Get your imagination on at Wonderworks with over 100 hands-on exhibits such laying on a bed of nails or becoming a human lightning rod.
  15. Enjoy spectacular views and a delicious variety of food by visiting the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk.
  16. Take a ride on The Sky Wheel in climate controlled gondolas to see miles of the beautiful Myrtle Beach coast.
  17. Channel your inner pirate with a show full of stunts and entertainment all while enjoying a 4-course meal at Pirate’s Voyage.
  18. Relax and enjoy a long walk on the beach during this less crowded season.
  19. Let your adrenaline rush at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure as you make your way through this haunted house with laser guns.
  20. Bundle up and take a voyage out to sea to deep sea fish or go for a dolphin cruise with Super Voyager Deep Sea Fishing.

No matter what season you decide to come to stay with us and visit Myrtle Beach, we promise your vacation will be packed full of the best activities to enjoy with your family!


Girls blowing confetti from their hands on a beach

Whether it’s a bachelorette party, a birthday celebration or just a girl’s weekend, Myrtle Beach has all you could need for that perfect getaway with your girls! From restaurants to shows, nightlife to shopping, Coral Beach has put together itineraries full of the best activities to partake in while enjoying your Girl’s Myrtle Beach Getaway!

Budget-Friendly Getaway

It’s no secret that vacations can get expensive, but don’t worry, Coral Beach has the inside scoop. Here is our list of restaurants and attractions to keep you having fun without breaking the bank:


  • Salt Water Creek Café – located on the south side of the Grand Strand, you can enjoy a raw bar, blue light specials, or other great seafood options!
  • Magnolia’s at 26th – a great brunch spot with all your favorite breakfast foods! They even have Mimosas!
  • Nacho Hippo – located in The Market Common, Nacho Hippo offers a fun atmosphere, piled-high nachos, and delicious margaritas.

You can also check out our Top 5 Under $10 dining options near Coral Beach!


  • Myrtle Beach Boardwalk – there is so much to do on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk that is perfect for a budget-friendly getaway including rides, bars, and live music!
  • The Beach – it’s the best feature of any Myrtle Beach getaway and it’s free! Grab a couple of towels, a cooler, and the girls for some maximum quality girl time.

Another way to save during your stay: Coral Beach offers an early booking discount, save up to 35% by booking your hotel reservation in advance!

Bachelorette Party

You’ve booked your rooms at Coral Beach and now it’s time to make your bachelorette weekend itinerary! With so many different options of fun things to do in Myrtle Beach, we know it can get overwhelming. Here is our list of favorite restaurants and attractions perfect for celebrating the soon to be Mrs. and also guaranteed to keep your weekend full of fun!


  • Wicked Tuna – known for their daily and locally caught seafood, Wicked Tuna provides delicious meals, great cocktails, and the perfect view of the inlet. (The even the Tuna Shack, a bar outside with live music.)
  • Bubba’s Love Shack – this is a laid-back, easy-breezy spot to hang out with the girls. They always have great live local bands and patio seating.
  • RipTydz – this place is full of fun with their rooftop bar, fun cocktails, cornhole, and the perfect view of the ocean.


  • East Coast BrewBoat – if you’re looking for a unique party experience with a view, try the BrewBoat! You and the girls will power the boat by pedaling as you enjoy some prime day drinking fun!
  • Club Oz – there’s nothing that says “Bachelorette Party” quite like a good club! Club Oz is all the rage with the best DJs, pyrotechnics, and VIP service.
  • House of Blues – grab dinner, cocktails, and see a great show all in one spot. Check out their website for up-to-date show calendar.

Relaxing Girl’s Week

At The Coral Beach, we are all about relaxation, and what could be more relaxing than downtime with your girls? So If you are seeking a trip to unwind and destress but unsure of what to do…we have got you covered! Here are some ideas sure to bring great memories all while keeping you calm, cool, and most importantly…relaxed!


  • Miyabi – offering a hibachi side or sushi side, this Japanese restaurant is sure to be entertaining, delicious, and low key.
  • Collector’s Café – food with a side of art is what you’ll experience at this one-of-a-kind restaurant.
  • Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar – located in The Market Common, it has Italian cuisine and wine…what more do you need for the perfect girl’s getaway in Myrtle Beach?


  • La Belle Amie Vineyards – what girl’s getaway would be complete without a little wine tasting? A great place to sip some wine and dish with the girls.
  • Kiva Day Spa – a little slice of heaven awaits you and your girlfriends at this luxurious spa.
  • Brookgreen Gardens – nothing says tranquility like the beautiful gardens in Brookgreen, located in Pawleys Island.
  • Om Yoga – offering private yoga to make the perfect relaxing girl’s getaway.