Myrtle Beach, SC
Ashlee Carson has lived in Myrtle Beach for 7 years and has loved every minute of it! A die-hard Ohio State fan, she enjoys watching and playing sports, trying new restaurants and finding hidden gems in Myrtle Beach. Ashlee started as intern at the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and worked at The Sun News before starting her work with MyrtleBeach.com. Although she considers herself a local now, she likes to play the part of tourist in Myrtle Beach. Connect with Ashlee on Google+
Posts by Ashlee Carson
The holidays are a time to eat, drink and be merry. If slaving away in the kitchen isn't for you, check out these great Myrtle Beach area restaurants that are open either Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day for your culinary pleasure. Enjoy a pleasant holiday meal without all the work and cleanup!
Times may change depending on staffing and demand so you may want to call… read more »
Christmas is right around the corner and don't the ladies in your life deserve a little something special? It's no secret that Myrtle Beach is home to great shopping spots like our giant outlet centers and malls but we've narrowed your options down to just a handful to help you find the perfect gift for your mom, wife, sister or friends. Whether you're looking for a special… read more »
Savvy shoppers know that retailers offer their best deals of the year on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but many people don't know that hotels also offer deep discounts in the days after Thanksgiving.
Travelers can get more bang for their buck by shopping early for next year's trips. Our hotel partners are offering some of their lowest rates for 2015 with Black Friday… read more »
It's hard to believe it's been another year but 2015 is approaching quickly and what better way to celebrate than at a New Year’s Eve party in Myrtle Beach? From kids’ parties to adults-only fetes, one thing’s for sure, there are things to do for everyone at every age. Here’s a list of hotels, restaurants, clubs and more hosting New Year’s Eve celebrations in Myrtle… read more »
With a little planning and a lot of coffee, you can shop until you literally drop in Myrtle Beach this Black Friday. Check out these shopping areas and tips to get you going.
The Market Common, 4017 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, SC
Open: 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 28
You'll definitely want to make The Market Common a part of your Black Friday plans this year as they have a great… read more »
Christmas tree lightings are an annual tradition for Myrtle Beach and the rest of the Grand Strand. It's what helps put a little holiday spirit in all of us. Gather up the family and head out to some fun and festive events this Christmas season.
Here are some scheduled Christmas tree lightings:
North Myrtle Beach
Barefoot Landing, The annual "Lighting of the… read more »
If you haven’t had a chance to visit Broadway at the Beach’s crazy upside-down attraction, WonderWorks, now’s your chance. The Myrtle Beach location invites Horry, Georgetown and Brunswick County residents to Local Appreciation Days through Monday, December 15, 2014. Locals can purchase general admission tickets for $14.99 plus tax for adults and $9.99 plus tax for senior… read more »
There's something cool happening at the Myrtle Beach Mall this fall. An ice skating rink will open on November 14 at the mall on North Kings Highway.
The brand new rink - Ice at the Beach - will measure around 1,600 square feet with natural ice. Tickets will be $10/person and include two hours of skate time and skate rentals.
The Grand Opening celebration includes… read more »
If slaving away in the kitchen over the stove doesn't sound like the ideal way to celebrate Thanksgiving, give one of these Myrtle Beach restaurants a call. They'll do the hard work for you by preparing turkey and all the fixings plus a few extras for an unforgettable Thanksgiving feast. The hardest part will be deciding which restaurant sounds best. Here's a list to get… read more »
Planning a wedding can be one of the most fun things you ever do and it can also be one of the most stressful things you do. The best advice I was given when planning my wedding in Myrtle Beach was to just focus on one or two things and go from there. The rest will fall into place.
With Pinterest boards and wedding forums galore, it can be hard to zero in on what it is… read more »
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