Heading To Myrtle Beach For A Spring Vacation? 3 Things To Not Miss Out On!
Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular destinations for vacationers in the United States. For those who are considering traveling to this destination in the spring, there are a few things that you don't want to miss out on. Below, you will learn about three events that take place during the spring in Myrtle Beach that have been going on for at least a decade as of 2015, and they don't appear to be going anywhere anytime soon.
Mayfest on Main
This annual event has been going on for 10 years, as of 2015. It takes place in North Myrtle Beach on Main Street. It features a variety of vendors that offer an assortment of foods, crafts and arts. There is a kid's area that offers plenty of entertainment for children, but there are plenty of things for older individuals to enjoy as well, such as live music.
Run to the Sun Car Show
2015 will be the 27th year that this annual car show has taken place in Myrtle Beach. It's the perfect event for young couples, families with children and even the elderly. This car show consists of hundreds of various classic vehicles that are available for viewing for an entire weekend. What's more than this event allowing visitors and car enthusiasts to enjoy themselves is that it helps raise money for various charities, including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Children's Miracle Network.
Blue Crab Festival
In 2015, the Blue Crab Festival, which is an annual event that is famously known all over the country, is marking its 34th year. The festival takes place over two days and often draws in more than 50,000 people from across the United States. It's the perfect event for those who enjoy having fun while eating fresh seafood. There are plenty of vendors with various crafts, food and lots more! In addition, there are age-appropriate games for children in a designated play area.
Spring brings just the right amount of warmth and the perfect time of year for a break from your daily lives. If you plan on attending any or all of these events during your time in Myrtle Beach, try to find a resort to stay at that is near the annual event of your choosing to help cut down on cab costs and potential other expenses. Make sure to consult with a travel agent, if necessary, to ensure that you make the most out of your Myrtle Beach vacation.