Welcome Back To Myrtle Beach

If you’re ready for an easy, breezy summer getaway, book it to Myrtle Beach for a seaside escape. Travel might look a little different these days, but your resorts are Vacation Ready and waiting for you with enhanced cleaning standards and new safety protocols in place.

This South Carolina spot is open for business, with its boardwalk, beaches, shopping, and restaurants all ready to welcome you. Read on to find out what’s open in Myrtle Beach right now and start planning your bucket-list worthy summer vacay today.

Outdoor Adventures

From pristine beaches and watersports to picture-perfect gardens and golf, there are plenty of outdoor adventures to check off your Myrtle Beach bucket list this summer.


Public-access beaches in the greater Myrtle Beach area are open with social distancing guidelines in place. From 34th to 52nd Avenues North is the Golden Mile, a peaceful, pristine stretch of sandy coastline dotted with beachfront mansions. Other public beach accesses are open in most of Horry County, plus Pawley’s Island, Surfside Beach, and North Myrtle Beach.


Get your fresh-air fix at one of Myrtle Beach’s reopened parks and gardens. The natural beauty of the South Carolina coast is on full display at the area’s two state parks. Stroll the scenic pier at Myrtle Beach State Park or explore winding nature trails and historic Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park. Brookgreen Gardens is open again for visitors to discover its impressive sculpture garden and nature preserve. 


Whether you’re after a daring, adrenaline-packed adventure or simply want to relax on the water, there’s something for everyone in Myrtle Beach. Rentals and tour companies are open for business, offering parasailing and paddleboarding, as well as surfing, scuba diving, sailing, and so much more.


Myrtle Beach golf courses are open and just as spectacular as you remember. Tee off at scenic greens designed by famous architects like Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, or practice your swing inside the safely spaced hitting bays at the Topgolf sports complex.

On The Boardwalk

The Drifters sang about summer fun “under the boardwalk,” but in Myrtle Beach, you’ll discover there’s a whole lot going on above it. The famous Myrtle Beach Boardwalk offers plenty of places to play along its beachfront, 1.2-mile promenade. It’s no wonder it’s known as one of the country’s best!


Boutiques, shopping malls, and retail shops are allowed to open in Myrtle Beach right now.

The Market Common

The Market Common is an upscale, indoor-outdoor shopping mall, home to more than 60 retail and specialty stores. Favorite finds include lifestyle-inspired fashion and home decor at the Southern Living Store, as well as unique jewelry and apparel at Ivy & Leo.

Barefoot Landing

Barefoot Landing is a walkable, open-air shopping district surrounding a lake and nestled alongside the Intracoastal Waterway. There are all sorts of treasures waiting to be discovered at this unique blend of locally owned boutiques and nationally known retail stores.

Broadway at the Beach

One of the most popular places to shop in Myrtle Beach is open for business. Broadway at the Beach is an outdoor shopping destination complete with one-of-a-kind shops and well-known retailers, plus a host of restaurants and unique attractions like WonderWorks.

Where To Eat

Myrtle Beach restaurants are open and following the latest safety guidelines from state and local health officials. These are some of the top restaurants in Myrtle Beach open for dine-in service right now.

Fire & Smoke

Explore this gastropub’s menu of inventive, Southern farm-to-table fare and you’ll see why it’s at the top of every Myrtle Beach foodie’s bucket list. Fire & Smoke is open for dinner only.

Mr. Fish

Head to Mr. Fish for the best seafood restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Mr. Fish is open and operating at 50% capacity, offering diners the freshest local seafood, sushi, and raw bar.

SeaBlue Restaurant & Wine Bar

This high-end restaurant is a sleek, modern space that’s now open for both indoor and outdoor dining. Book ahead to dine-in at SeaBlue or order takeout from their full, extensive menu.

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