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MYRTLE BEACH DESTINATION GUIDE
Myrtle Beach 3-Day Itinerary
Make a splash in Myrtle Beach. This classic beach town has it all — from its famous boardwalk and powdery-soft beaches to shops, restaurants, and much more. Next time you head there on a weekend getaway, try this fun-filled itinerary so you can spend less time planning and more time having fun with the family.
Day 1: Beach & Boardwalk
Morning For a relaxing start to your seaside getaway, spend the morning enjoying the sun, sand, and surf along the peaceful Golden Mile beachfront.
Afternoon Head to the famous Myrtle Beach Boardwalk to spend your afternoon strolling the promenade, riding the SkyWheel, browsing shops like the Gay Dolphin, and playing a few arcade games at the Fun Plaza.
Evening Stick around the Boardwalk to watch the sunset. This 1.2-mile stretch of uninterrupted ocean beautifully reflects the colorful evening sky as the sun slips out of view to the west.
Day 2: Sports & Shops
Morning Fuel up for a day of bucket-list activities with a hearty breakfast at Sea Captain’s House. Once a charming, oceanfront cottage, this cozy restaurant is known for serving the best breakfast in Myrtle Beach.
Afternoon Reserve an afternoon tee time at one of the town’s many spectacular golf courses. If you’d rather stretch your sea legs than practice your golf swing, opt for an adrenaline-pumping adventure on the water instead. North Myrtle Beach offers the best range of watersports, with jet skis, parasailing, scuba diving, and much more.
Evening Wind down with a glass of wine and a little retail therapy at Broadway at the Beach, an outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment destination that stays open until 11:00 p.m.
Day 3: Nature & Nightlife
Morning Don’t leave town without trying the best pancakes in Myrtle Beach at Johnny D’s. In case you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, stick around for home-cooked, Southern-style skillet breakfasts and biscuits with gravy.
Afternoon Myrtle Beach has many spaces to enjoy a bit of nature and wildlife, including state parks like the sprawling Huntington Beach. Spend your afternoon exploring the state park’s many winding nature trails, including stops at Brookgreen Botanical Gardens and the historic Atalaya Castle.