Myrtle Beach, SC has been selected one of the "Best Family Beaches" by the Travel Channel. Amusement parks, water parks, restaurants, live entertainment, museums, nature preserves and outlet shopping combine with over 100 golf courses to provide options sure to please every family member!
TRIPADVISOR.COM "Traveler's Choice #1 Beach & Sun Destination in the United States" and Traveler's Choice #5 Beach & Sun Destination in the World" (2010) TripAvisor.com listed Myrtle Beach in two of it's Traveler's Choice lists for 2010. Sighting the family-friendly destination for great beach and the many things to do from amusement parks and water sports to dining and golf courses.
SMARTER TRAVEL “Ten Best Beach Towns in America”
Smarter Travel listed Myrtle Beach in its “Ten Best Beach Towns in America”, specifically naming it the “Best Beach Town for Golf”. Highlighting the town’s many beautiful and challenging greens, Smarter Travel praises Myrtle Beach as a prime destination for golfers of all levels.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC “Top 10 U.S. Boardwalks”
National Geographic named the newly-launched Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade one of its Top 10 U.S. Boardwalks. With arcades, souvenir shops, and nightly live entertainment, the boardwalk is hailed as the town’s hub of activity.
COASTAL LIVING MAGAZINE “Top 10 Coastal 4th of July Fireworks”
Coastal Living included Myrtle Beach as one of 2010’s top 10 coastal spots to catch fireworks on the 4th of July. To celebrate the holiday, between 2,000 and 10,000 people gather on blankets and chairs to catch the seaside fireworks display. Myrtle Beach visitors can partake in an all-day Independence Day experience with the free 4th of July Boat Parade in Murrells Inlet and lots of barbecue food from nearby vendors. The fishing village of Murrells Inlet provides a great post-fireworks stroll spot on its Marshwalk.
TRAVEL + LEISURE MAGAZINE “America’s Best Beach Boardwalks”
Myrtle Beach’s oceanfront boardwalk was named by Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of America’s Best Beach Boardwalks. Lined with shops and attractions on the north end, the boardwalk charms visitors and “revitalizes” downtown Myrtle Beach.