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Late Summer Travel, Myrtle Beach

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Late Summer Travel, Myrtle Beach Is Great!

I can’t wait for our up coming trip to Myrtle Beach! If you still want to take a vacation but think it’s too late, think again. Myrtle Beach is great for late summer travel. I can’t forget to mention that late summer also means less crowds. 

The Coast is Clear With All Roads Leading to a Vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – As prospective beach visitors seek a last-minute summer vacation, Vacation Myrtle Beach is welcoming both leisure and group guests to its oceanfront properties throughout the Myrtle Beach area.

“We are delighted to roll-out the welcome mat and leave the lights on for new and returning visitors traveling to the sunny coastal shores of Myrtle Beach,” stated Matt Klugman, director of sales and marketing for Vacation Myrtle Beach. “With many schools back in session, the late summer season is one of the best times of year to visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, as the weather and waters are warm, sunshine is abundant, there’s more elbow room on the beach, and we have great deals for families, couples, and groups of any size. Come visit us and enjoy the last few weeks of summer and take advantage of great savings.”

Vacation Myrtle Beach properties offering summer savings include:

Late Summer Travel, Myrtle Beach Beach Colony Resort

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Beach Colony Resort – www.BeachColony.com

Beach Cove Resort – www.BeachCove.com

Captain’s Quarters Resort – www.CaptainsQuarters.com

The Caravelle Resort – www.TheCaravelle.com

Late Summer Travel, Myrtle Beach Carolina Winds Resort

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Carolina Winds Resort – www.CarolinaWinds.com

Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark – www.CrownReef.com

Forest Dunes Resort – www.ForestDunes.com

hotel BLUE – www.hotelBLUEmb.com

Landmark Resort – www.LandmarkResort.com

Late Summer Travel, Myrtle Beach Ocean Creek Resort

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Ocean Creek Resort – www.OceanCreek.com

Palace Resort – www.PalaceResort.com

Palms Resort – www.PalmsResort.com

Late Summer Travel, Myrtle Beach Sea Watch Resort

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Sea Watch Resort – www.SeaWatchResort.com

South Wind on the Ocean – www.TheSouthWind.com

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About VacationMyrtleBeach.com Resorts

VacationMyrtleBeach.com is the official vacation site of Myrtle Beach, offering the guaranteed lowest rate on nearly 4,000 accommodations units ranging from studios to large condominiums. VacationMyrtleBeach.com resorts also offer a range of award-winning properties and Myrtle Beach’s best on-site amenities including pools, water parks, lazy rivers, restaurants, bowling center and South Carolina’s first swim-up pool bar. Ask about our special rates for accommodations and meeting space for retreats and conferences. For more information, visit VacationMyrtleBeach.com or call 855-285-4416.

Getting Here

By Plane

Located just inland from the Atlantic Ocean, the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) provides easy, non-stop and connecting flights to more than 350 destinations worldwide. Airlines servicing MYR include Allegiant Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Porter Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United, US Airways and WestJet. Non-stop flights are available most of the year from Myrtle Beach to Allentown, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Wayne, Huntington, WV, Latrobe, New York (LaGuardia), Newark, Niagara Falls, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Plattsburg, Syracuse, Toronto, Washington D.C., and Youngtown.

Several regional airports that serve the Myrtle Beach area include: Conway-Horry County Airport (HWY); Grand Strand Airport-Ramp 66 (CRE); Loris-Twin Cities Airport (5J9).

By Car

U.S. routes 17, 501 and S.C. 9 provide direct access to the Grand Strand from

Interstate Highways 95 and 20. The S.C. 22 (Veterans Highway) offers an additional route from U.S. 501 to U.S. 17 on the north end of the Strand. Also completed is the Carolina Bays Parkway (S.C. 31), which runs from S.C. 9 to U.S. 501 and S.C. 544 and ultimately will extend to U.S. 17 south of Myrtle Beach. And in the works, a proposed Interstate 73 corridor would create more of a direct route for visitors to the Grand Strand from states throughout the upper mid-west and north east.

1 Comment

  1. Denise Low

    Thank you for sharing. This looks like a beautiful place to visit. We need to visit Myrtle Beach.

    Reply

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