There are a couple of things going on for the holidays in Myrtle Beach. That’s the understatement of the year. Fall is a great time to visit, not only for easier tee times and shorter waits at restaurants.
The Grand Stand does the holidays right. Here’s your guide.
We’ll just throw these out there for you to mull on.
As you write your wish lists, write some of these on your calendar.
Boats and yachts lit up with Christmas lights will pass by excellent viewing areas. Parade starts at Little River Inlet and ends at Dock Hollidays. [DETAILS]
It’s an old-fashioned Christmas, starring Sally Olson and Ned Mills. It’s a recreation of The Carpenters’ Christmas TV specials in 1977 and 78. [DETAILS]
Classic cars, marching bands, stilt walkers, and more. Special guests will attend. Shop the shops after the parade. Fireworks at 8. [DETAILS]
An intimate solo concert of Christmas and country music classics. Tributes to Johnny Cash, George Jones, Elvis Presley, Hank Williams, and more. [DETAILS]
The second annual tournament features live music, parties at tee boxes, all you can eat food and lots of drinks. Now that’s a challenge. [DETAILS]
Jazz up your cart or walking group for the holidays to participate. Prizes awarded. Registration: $10 per cart. Benefits Human Society. [DETAILS]
MBResorts: A mosaic of properties managed by Brittain Resorts and Hotels that beckon the traveler. They’ve been perfecting the beach vacation since 1943. They have everything from full-service resorts to family hotels.