Why Spend Thanksgiving in Myrtle Beach

Turkey Day is just around the corner. It can mean another Thanksgiving dinner with the whole family – or you can make it extra special by spending it in Myrtle Beach. Besides the fun festivities in town, you can also expect a warmer 70-degree weather in this city in South Carolina. Don’t you want to escape from Snowvember? So pack your bags, book a winter rental, and go for a truly enjoyable four-day weekend in Myrtle Beach. We are giving you awesome reasons why this town is the best place for Thanksgiving.

Black Friday shopping with fewer crowds

Burn all those calories by breaking a sweat from shopping in Myrtle Beach. The large malls are ever ready to accommodate large crowds, which they usually get during the summer. And since it’s the off season, don’t worry about elbowing your way to grab that 70-inch screen TV because you’ll have lots of room to shop.

Fantastic music at the Bluegrass Festival

Celebrating its 45th year, the longest-running tradition in Myrtle Beach is expected to bring beloved traditional music genre to the audience once again. Single-day tickets and all-weekend passes are available so you can watch famous crooners like Ralph Stanley and Gene Watson perform at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.

Mouthwatering Thanksgiving food

Go to any restaurant in Myrtle Beach and expect to find traditional Thanksgiving dishes on the menu: turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie for dessert! Why spend precious time slaving at the stove when you can just dine at a restaurant? Among popular restaurants you shouldn’t miss are House of Blues, Cypress Room, California Dreaming, and Carolina Roadhouse. Take your pick!

The Turkey Trot is back

Before you go shopping on Black Friday, why not join the 8th annual Grand Strand Turkey Trot? Choose among 1-mile, 5K, and 8K courses, and there are also many entertaining activities for kids. After the race, join the party with food, drinks, and live music in Valor Park.

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