5 Reasons to Visit Myrtle Beach in August
It’s almost August, but that doesn’t mean the fun is ending in Myrtle Beach! Sure, August is considered the end of summer for many as kids start to go back to school, but summer in Myrtle Beach is in full swing throughout the entire month. From beautiful weather to tons of fun things to do, here are 5 reasons to visit Myrtle Beach in August:
There are tons of fun things going on in August, including the follow events:
•August 1-4; 8-11; 15-18 – Summer Lights Festival at Brookgreen Gardens
•August 5; 12; 19 – Cool Summer Evenings at Brookgreen Gardens
•August 5 – The Edwards Twins: Master Impersonators at Alabama Theatre
•August 17 – Temptations & Four Tops at Alabama Theatre
•August 25 – Humorist Jeanne Robertson at Alabama Theatre
•August 31 – Coastal Uncorked; Beach, Boogie, & BBQ Festival
Tax Free Weekend
Take advantage of tax-free shopping during the South Carolina Sales Tax Holiday from Friday, August 3 – Sunday, August 5, 2018. This special weekend allows shoppers to save money on back-to-school clothes, school supplies, computers, and more.
Enjoy fantastic summer weather all throughout the month of August in Myrtle Beach. The average air temperature during August is about 89º , and the average water temperature is around 80º, making it perfect for spending the day at the beach! The nice weather is also great for enjoying many outdoor activities such as Brookgreen Gardens, Broadway at the Beach, watersports, and much, much more.
If you’re thinking about booking a Myrtle Beach vacation in August, be sure to check out our deals from our Myrtle Beach hotel partners. Who knows; you may even save money on your favorite Myrtle Beach property and have some extra cash to spend on dining and attractions.
Things to Do
Of course, while you’re in Myrtle Beach you’re going to want to spend a day (or more) sitting in the sand and basking in the sun next to the ocean. But there are plenty of other fun things to do, too! Myrtle Beach is home to great shopping, watersports, dining, theaters, and many other family-friendly activities. Spend the day at Myrtle Waves or racing eachother at Broadway Grand Prix. Or, take a walk around Brookgreen Gardens, or take a kayak ride in North Myrtle Beach. No matter what you do, you’re bound to have an amazing time.