Halloween is here so be extra careful when you’re driving to and from your Myrtle Beach condos. Many children and their parents still go door-to-door trick or treating and with costumes on, their field of vision isn’t always what it should be. It’s up to drivers to stay alert and watch for these trick or treaters whose focus is usually only on the next house.
There are alternative celebrations for those wanting a safer environment for their children. Halloween Trick or Treating at Barefoot Landing is from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, October 31. Dress the kids up and bring them out to enjoy the sights, sounds, and safety of trick or treating at Barefoot Landing.
There’s also Halloween on the Marshwalk — an annual Murrells Inlet tradition. Children are invited to trick-or-treat along the Marshwalk from 5-6 p.m. The Children’s Costume Contest winners will be announced at 6 p.m. Later in the evening, the adult fun begins, as the costumed marauders prowl the Marshwalk. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes. Inquire at any of the Marshwalk restaurants.
We have more than 1,800 restaurants, countless shopping complexes, amusement parks, live entertainment theaters, and lots more, along the 60 miles of coastal strip so you’ll have plenty of alternatives to entertain yourself with when you stay in our Myrtle Beach condos.
Experience an autumn vacation this year where the soft golden sands along the Atlantic Ocean merge with the calming environment and comfort of the temperate climate this time of year. From our Myrtle Beach rentals you will have outstanding views of the coast and will discover pure bliss and total relaxation. Your days here will be filled with adventure and your nights are a chance to turn things up a notch with the nightlife in the Grand Strand area. Discover for yourself why our area is known as one of America’s top travel destinations.
All four seasons change mildly into the next for comfortable year-round weather — hot enough for the best summer vacation and cool enough for seasonal day trips full of shopping excursions, fishing or spectacular golf getaways through the winter. Our wide, sandy beaches are only outdone by the beautiful weather this time of year. By now the large crowds of tourists are gone and the beaches are quieter, more peaceful. It’s a beautiful time to experience the area while staying in one of our Myrtle Beach rentals.
Bring your family and friends to the Endless Summer Festival that is held on Saturday, October 29 and lasts from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach. Enjoy fabulous entertainment, crafts, food vendors, classic & antique car show and children’s area with inflatables, community stage and carnival rides
We know if you’re visiting this time of year and you’re staying in our Myrtle Beach resorts, you’re having a glorious time. We want to remind you about some upcoming local events you won’t want to miss. These events are close to our Myrtle Beach resorts as well as many entertainment venues in the area.
The Myrtle Beach Wine Festival is taking place at Market Common on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011 from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. It is free admission but all guests sampling must buy a Wine Fest tasting glass ($3) in order to sample over 120 wines (2 oz samples). There will also be live entertainment and a variety of vendors.
On Monday, October 24, 2011 the Coastal Animal Rescue’s Captain’s Choice Golf Tournament will be held at Wachesaw Plantation Club. The tournament is limited to 100 players, registration includes greens fees, cart, goodie bags, on-course beverages, continental breakfast, lunch at the turn and hors d’oeuvres with a cash bar at the awards ceremony. Win a 2012 Nissan Murano Convertible from Grand Strand Nissan on the hole-in-one contest or win any of the great prizes, including restaurant gift cards, event tickets, and golf course passes. WPDE’s Ed Piotrowski and the CCU’s men golf team will be participating at the tournament. Fee is $125/player or $500 per team. Register on-line or call 843-651-2663 for more information. Sponsorships are also available. All proceeds benefit the animals at the Coastal Animal Rescue located in Murrells Inlet.