Visiting North Myrtle Beach in October can be an excellent time to enjoy the pleasant fall weather and fewer crowds. While the summer beach season may be winding down, plenty of activities and attractions remain. Staying in one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals can help keep you and your family close to the fun. Let’s look below at three things you can do with the family in the area this October.
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North Myrtle Beach is known for its excellent golf courses. October’s mild temperatures and gorgeous weather make it a great time to hit the greens. Several golf courses in the area are great for everyone in the family. Some are Possum Trot Golf Club, Tidewater Golf Club, and River Hills Golf & Country Club. If you’re not a golf pro and just want to hit some balls, head to Top Golf for fun with the whole family.
Fall is a fantastic time for fishing in North Myrtle Beach. There are several places along the Grand Strand where you can fish, or if you’re seeking more adventure, then there is deep-sea fishing. Depending on where you decide to fish from will decide on where you stay. We have many vacation rentals in the Cherry Grove area if you want to fish from a pier. We must mention fishing from the beach, inlets, and rivers. Be sure to check if you will need a fishing license or any additional information.
Shopping in the fall can be the best thing to do out there. Stroll along Main Street in North Myrtle Beach, where you’ll find a variety of shops, boutiques, and souvenir stores. It’s an excellent place to pick up unique gifts or souvenirs for your trip. Barefoot Landing and Broadway at the Beach are two other significant shopping areas for extraordinary things to take home.
Overall, North Myrtle Beach in the fall offers a more laid-back and peaceful beach experience while providing plenty of outdoor activities. Now is the time to book your North Myrtle Beach vacation rental to relax and take in the area’s coastal beauty.