Retreat to the beach after a long, cold winter with a spring break trip to the Grand Strand. Our region of coastal South Carolina spans 60 miles of shoreline from Little River to Winyah Bay. Visit the North Myrtle Beach area for family-friendly fun like live music, mini-golf, shopping, dining, and more. Read on for five of our favorite North Myrtle Beach spring activities!
When you’re ready to start planning your spring break trip, request our free North Myrtle Beach Vacation Guide. This online guide is filled with local recommendations on what to do, see, eat, and more during your trip!
Top 5 North Myrtle Beach Spring Activities
Please keep in mind that due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, these destinations may have adjusted policies and some activities and events may be adjusted, postponed, or canceled.
1. Barefoot Landing
Barefoot Landing is one of the top attractions in North Myrtle Beach. Here, you can find various spots for shopping, dining, and live entertainment. It’s just blocks away from the water’s edge, so it’s a great place to grab something to eat and drink after an afternoon on the beach. Or, plan a date night at the Alabama Theatre or the House of Blues!
2. Broadway at the Beach
Broadway at the Beach is your one-stop-shop for family-friendly fun! This expansive entertainment complex boasts shopping, dining, live entertainment, and so much more. You can also find sales, special events, and other important information on Broadway at the Beach’s events calendar, so be sure to check it out before your visit!
3. Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Enjoy various oceanfront attractions at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade. This 1.2-mile stretch of downtown Myrtle Beach features places to shop, eat, and play along the Grand Strand. One of the most iconic boardwalk attractions in the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, which gives riders an aerial view of the Atlantic from 200-feet above sea level. We also recommend visiting these five must-see landmarks on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk!
4. Brookgreen Gardens
Brookgreen Gardens, located in Murrells Inlet, offers year-round fun. From wildlife exhibits to historical site tours, there are many fun, educational ways to explore the Lowcountry at Brookgreen Gardens! Spring is the best time to visit the botanical gardens. During this time of year, enjoy bright blooms like Daffodils, Snapdragons, and more!
5. Stay with Vacation Rentals of North Myrtle Beach
Retreat to North Myrtle Beach after a day of exploring what this area has to offer. Our stretch of the Grand Strand is a quiet place to visit with your family and friends while still being close to the most popular activities in Myrtle Beach. Vacation Rentals of North Myrtle Beach boasts a diverse selection of nearly 100 rental homes along the Grand Strand. You can filter rentals by neighborhood or by amenity to ensure your home has everything you need for a pleasant getaway!
Select one of our rental homes to stay nearby your favorite North Myrtle Beach spring activities!