Looking for a place to spend some time with the family this Easter? We have provided you with a helpful guide to help assist you in making your decision to spend the Easter in Myrtle Beach.
#1) Take advantage of the amazing weather
Myrtle Beach’s weather during Easter break is quite pleasant. Average temperatures are usually in the low, to mid- 70’s. If you’re looking to take a dip in the Atlantic, its going to take some bravery. Water temps are still at a chilling 62 degrees on average so bring your wetsuit if you plan on enjoying the water.
#2) Take advantage of low rental rates
Visiting the Grand Strand during April has many benefits, but one of the largest is the reasonable rental rates. Currently, we’re offering extremely affordable pricing for Easter week rentals in Myrtle Beach. Choose from a large selection of 3 and 4 bedroom condos for families, or 1 and 2 bedroom condominiums for couples or smaller groups.
#3) Perfect weather for golf
Need we say more? April weather is not too hot and definitely not too cold, so grab your clubs and shoot 9 or 18 on your favorite course along the Grand Strand.
Helpful Tip: Ready to hit the links but need a little help choosing the right course? No worries, we have our own personal Golf Director that can assist you in any of your Myrtle Beach golf needs.
#4) Special events & happenings in the area
With so much going on in Myrtle Beach for the Easter Holiday Season, we have provided you with two of the biggest events in the area.
- Easter Egg Hunts – Broadway at the Beach will be hosting Easter Eggstreme Saturday, April 19, starting at noon. The Easter Bunny will be there for pictures, including games,activities and fun for the whole family.
- 11th Annual Junior Golf Shootout – (April 18th – 19th) Located at the Myrtle Beach National Golf Course. Deadline for this event is on Monday April, 14th. Competition is open for player 8 to 18 with male and female divisions. For more info and registration, call Myrtle Beach National at ( 843-448-2308 )
#5) Easy access to restaurants
Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand are home to hundreds of restaurants. With that in mind, we decided to provide some choices to make life a little easier for you and your family this Easter holiday.
- Bonefish Grill in Myrtle Beach Doors will be open Easter Sunday at 11:00am.Brunch and Dinner will be available. For reservations and other info call (843-497-5294)
- Captain George’s Seafood – Located directly across from Broadway at the Beach.Great place that will easily accommodate small families or large parties. Easter Sunday Buffet starting at Noon. For prices and other info call (843-916-2278)
- Jimmy’s Buffett’s Margaritaville – Located inside Broadway at the Beach, Celebrity Circle.This place may be busy but its shared here for you because it’s walking distance to all the Easter activites and its known for being one of the most fun restaurants in Myrtle Beach.Be sure to call the restaurant and ask for best times to come in and dine. (843-448-5455)
Pro tip: If you’re trying to save a little cash while you’re in Myrtle Beach, you can should consider skipping the restaurants scene and prepare Easter dinner yourself in your rental property. All of our condominiums and beach houses come with fully-equipped kitchens.
#6)Family Kingdom (Ocean Blvd – Heart of Myrtle Beach)
The Beach’s famous amusement park will be open for Easter Weekend! Offering over 37 rides, there is sure to be plenty of action for the whole family. Best thing about this place? Free admission! If you would like to enjoy the rides you will need to purchase ride tickets. For more info call the park at (843-626-3447)
What can make a trip to Myrtle Beach during Easter 2015 even better? Fireworks. Broadway at the Beach will be hosting a fireworks extravaganza Saturday, April 19th at 9:00pm over Lake Broadway. Bring the family and kick off your trip to the beach with a bang!
#8) Traffic isn’t as heavy
For those of you that have been to Myrtle Beach during the peak seasons, chances are you’ve experienced some troubled areas when it comes to commuting the Grand Strand. Visiting the beach during Easter break will relieve you from a lot of those stresses. We have included a link to SC DOT (South Carolina Department of Transportation) for your reference. Where you can find things like, traffic reports, construction, accidents and live cameras, showing all traffic conditions for the Myrtle Beach area.
We hope you have found our reasons to visit Myrtle Beach for Easter 2015 helpful. With events and happenings for everyone, we hope your decision is an easy one. From our family to yours, have a safe and happy Easter holiday!