Learn the most effective ways to pack for your winter Myrtle Beach trip. It’s different from a summer vacation. But with a simple tweak, you’re set for fun in the (cool) sun.
We’ve compiled this guide for unseasoned travelers, or those who are looking for a better way to go.
Slide on down to the coast when the weather gets chilly at home. Here are a few things you might not know about your favorite beach destination.
This is good news, parents. Myrtle Beach boasts a selection of museums, many of which are geared toward kids to teens. Especially if you’re not able to spend as much time outside, a dose of edu-fun would be most welcome
PRO TIP: Here are three museums to visit this winter:
The average wintertime temperature is about 60 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s pretty comfy to be outside in pants and a T-shirt or hoodie. You won’t have to deal with freezing temperatures on the low end.
PRO TIP: On chilly or rainy days, check out the indoor fun:
The winter economy gets a huge lift from travelers like you. As a result, more things are open year-round than ever before. If you’re into adventure or want to relax a bit, there is something for you.
PRO TIP: Need some ideas? Here are three:
For your comfort and welfare, here are 10 items you should pack:
Are you an all-winter snowbird or making a weekend getaway? MBResorts has outstanding sales ongoing all year, so you can save on your lodging expenses. We manage more than 20 resorts, including 4,000 rooms and at least 40 bars and restaurants on-site.