Ashlee Carson

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 Although she considers herself a local now, she likes to play the part of tourist in Myrtle Beach. Connect with Ashlee on .

Posts by Ashlee Carson

Free Summer Concerts in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is home to great outdoor concerts all summer long and the best part is, they’re free. It’s the perfect way to spend your evenings while visiting or just for a fun night out on the town. Here’s a quick look at who you can expect to see perform live along the Grand Strand through the summer. Broadway at the Beach Broadway at the Beach offers free nightly… read more »


Things to do for Mother’s Day in Myrtle Beach: Brunch menus and more

Whether it’s you, mom, or both who need to spend Mother’s Day as relaxed as possible, there aren’t many better places than Myrtle Beach to do that. Luckily, several area restaurants are offering things like special menus, roses, a free glass of bubbles, and discounted rates for matriarchs. Don’t see your event listed? Send us an e-mail with the details to… read more »


Cinco de Mayo Events in Myrtle Beach

Are you ready for a real Fiesta de Myrtle Beach? Cinco de Mayo is a cause for celebration on the Grand Strand -- not that we ever need one -- with drink specials and parties at several local Mexican restaurants. Whether you're looking for a serious party or just an excuse to grab a cold one and some nachos, there are plenty of options to consider.  Did we miss one? Email… read more »


Kids Eat Free (or really cheap) in popular Myrtle Beach restaurants

Money is on everyone’s mind, especially when you’re on vacation. With a little research you can hit up some Myrtle Beach eateries on the cheap! Here’s a list of Grand Strand restaurants that take a little of the sting off your tab by offering free -- or really cheap -- meals for the little ones. Do you have a deal that you don't see listed? Send us an email to… read more »


Easter Services and Specials in Myrtle Beach

If you'll be in Myrtle Beach for Easter or Spring Break this year, check out these deals and specials to get a feel for what's going on around town. Many Myrtle Beach Restaurants will have Easter dinner and brunch. Hop to it and make your reservations today! Don't see your event listed? Email the details to EASTER EGG HUNTS, BRUNCH, DEALS &… read more »


Top Ten Things to Do with Kids in Myrtle Beach

There is plenty to do with kids in Myrtle Beach. Check out some of our favorites!


How to Plan a Myrtle Beach Wedding

Planning a wedding is no easy feat and whether you live in Myrtle Beach or you’re planning a destination wedding, there are ways you can do it without completely losing your mind. I promise it’s possible. I did it! Here are a few things to keep in mind while you’re planning one of the best days of your life. Determine your budget You can’t start on anything until you… read more »


Hotels Offer Complimentary Breakfast in Myrtle Beach

When you're planning a vacation, any extras offered at your hotel are appreciated. These hotels in Myrtle Beach are helping our budget-conscious visitors by offering free breakfast each morning during their stay. Some of them include other perks like free wi-fi, rides to the airport and more.


Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2015 in Myrtle Beach

If you’re one of the lucky people who get to spend their Valentine’s Day 2015 in Myrtle Beach, then we’ve got the list of spots where you’ll want to be with the one you love. Single? Grab your friends and hit the town! From romantic restaurants to hilarious comedy shows, Myrtle Beach is the place to be for the day of love. Do you know of anything going on for Valentine’s… read more »


Myrtle Beach Attractions Offer Season Passes for 2015

Myrtle Beach has no shortage of things to do and most of them are open all year-long. If you’re a local or you come to the beach frequently, you may want to look into purchasing season passes to these fabulous attractions- especially if you plan on visiting them more than once or twice this year.


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