Many Myrtle Beach spring break hotels overlook the beach, so vacationers needn’t go far to dip their toe into the Atlantic. Myrtle Beach spring break vacation rentals also include beachside options such as oceanfront condos and luxury villas. While much-loved by college spring breakers desperate to let their hair down after a studious few months, Myrtle Beach doesn’t only come alive after dark.
Enjoy Myrtle Beach’s soft sand and cerulean sea from the boardwalk and promenade. Browse over a mile of gift shops, candy stores, and arcades to the backdrop of crashing ocean waves, and then prepare to be wowed with jaw-dropping ocean views from the top of the SkyWheel.
Kids under 12 get to run the bases every night before this minor league baseball team plays a home game. Some nights end in a bang with post-game fireworks. First responders go half price.
Tee off with the kids by taking advantage of The Grand Strand’s Kids Play Free scheme, where over 40 golf courses allow players under 17 to play for free when accompanied by a paying adult.
Cool off as you ride Wild Water & Wheels’ 24 water slides and float down the lazy river. If parents get tired of all the splashing, there's an adults’ lounge pool. Finish your day with a thrilling go-kart race within the same park.
Sandcastles and floating in the sea are perfect antidotes to a busy few months, but sometimes you need a change of pace. Turn up the dial on your “thrillometer” and choose from these adventurous activities.
Enthusiasts and beginners alike can enjoy Myrtle Beach from the sea with rental hire or lessons. You can try anything from jet skiing and pontoon boating to paddleboarding and surfing. If you’re feeling brave try the innovative sport of “flyboarding,” which propels daredevils into the air with jet nozzles before they dive into the water.
Lose yourself in the tranquility of nature while kayaking among atmospheric twisted cypress trees and hanging moss. Spot swamp life such as alligators from your kayak.
Let the segway take the strain with an off-road jaunt into the coolness of the woods. Explore Huntington Beach State Park with its wetland and wildlife preserve, freshwater lake, and Moorish style castle. Loggerhead turtles and alligators could even make an appearance.
A gentler leisure pursuit for those wishing to exercise without the adrenaline. If you prefer a bit of guidance, there is a tour where you can follow George Washington’s trail, explore a Civil War cemetery, pick berries, and pet animals. If you’re worn out from all the action, electric bikes are available.
Many Myrtle Beach spring break hotels include facilities such as indoor swimming pools and billiards, but if the weather takes a turn for the worse, then cabin fever can creep in. Luckily, some of Myrtle Break’s top attractions are suitable for rainy days, and you don’t need an excuse like bad weather to visit.
A hidden gem, this free museum features permanent displays and temporary exhibitions. Lose yourself in antique maps, historical prints, and typical southern art. Exhibiting artists themselves are occasionally known to pop in.
If muscle cars are more your thing, admire this impressive collection of over 100 all-American cars. Collected by the museum’s owner over 45 years, marvel at rare classics such as the 1955 Dodge Stepside pickup truck.
Of all Myrtle Beach’s escape rooms, Backstage’s movie-quality production is the most impressive. Track down adventurer Hathaway Wren and find the five Atlantean Power Crystals by cracking a series of clues in the recently opened Legend of Atlantis Room. If you’re successful, humankind will be saved.
If you walk along The Broadway at the Beach, you can’t miss the mind-boggling WonderWorks building – legend tells it was transported from the Bermuda Triangle and dropped upside down on Myrtle Beach. Learn while having fun with over 100 “edu-tainment” exhibits, rides, and interactive displays. Try on a space suit, lie on a bed of nails, or become a human lightning rod!