Don’t let the name fool you — Myrtle Beach is so much more than a destination for sunbathing and seashell hunting on the shoreline. The warm rays and pristine beaches attract swarms of travelers in the summertime, but savvy travelers and snowbirds know the value of visiting Myrtle Beach in the winter. The crowds are gone, but several popular attractions remain open with mild weather to enjoy them all. Plus, you can secure spectacular savings on our properties, including our convenient monthly vacation rentals!
Your Complete Guide to Myrtle Beach in the Winter
Are you tired of dreary days and frigid climates? Don’t let seasonal sadness get you down — head south with the snowbirds to enjoy the mild weather of Myrtle Beach in the winter! Temperatures still drop here, but nowhere near the freezing cold levels that have you waiting out the winter inside your house in the Northern United States and Canada.
Daily temperatures hover around 60 degrees in the afternoons, meaning you can still enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. (Plus, you don’t have to worry about icy roads or snow-covered walkways!) It can get down to the mid-30s in the evenings, though, so it’s still a good idea to dress in layers.
You don’t have to hide indoors and warm up by the fireplace unless you want to! Feel free to take advantage of the weather and plan a full day of fun things to do in Myrtle Beach in the winter. It might be too cold to swim in the ocean, and local water parks close their gates for the season, but there are still so many fantastic activities available to visitors. Here are some of the most popular attractions and things to do here when winter arrives:
- Stroll along the shoreline
- Shop at Barefoot Landing
- Explore Broadway at the Beach
- Indulge in local cuisine
- Play a round of golf
(You can enjoy all of these activities and more without the crowds of the summertime!)
If you’re looking to weave some excitement into your relaxing winter getaway, the Grand Strand has you covered. In fact, the local events and holiday celebrations are often the highlights of people’s vacations to Myrtle Beach in winter. From Christmas tree lightings to parades, there are festivities for all ages and preferences! These are just a few of the events you can look forward to in the Myrtle Beach area:
- The South’s Grandest Christmas Show
- The Christmas Show of the South
- Nights of a Thousand Candles
- Holidays on the Boardwalk
- North Myrtle Beach Christmas Parade
- Christmas Towne
Find Your Happy Place for Wintertime
Winter is one of the best times of year to visit Myrtle Beach, and Vantage Vacation Rentals is the best option when it’s time to choose your property. We have a wide variety of condos and townhomes in North Myrtle Beach’s most beloved communities, and our website makes it easy to sort through them all to find the right one for you. Would you like to wake up to shoreline sunrises, or do you prefer to stay near your favorite golf courses? Either way, we’ve got a property that’s perfect for your next visit. Plus, you can always extend your stay with our convenient monthly rental options!
Browse our full list of vacation rentals today and plan the ideal trip to North Myrtle Beach in the winter!
Founded in 2007, Vantage Vacation Rentals specializes in delivering exceptional experiences for both vacation property owners and their rental guests in popular Maryland destinations such as Ocean City, Annapolis and the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, as well as the Delaware beaches and North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Vantage serves owners with extensive property marketing and promotion as well as comprehensive property management services to help maximize rental income opportunities. With over 550 managed properties, Vantage makes it easy for vacationing guests to find and reserve the perfect option—then enhances their stay with exclusive benefits and discounts. To learn more about Vantage Vacation Rentals, visit VantageOceanCity.com, EasternShoreVacations.com and VantageMB.com.