What’s Trending in #MyrtleBeach? Tourism News for June 29, 2017

By Marissa Polascak
June 29, 2017

What’s Trending is a weekly rundown of the hottest tourism news being shared on social media using #myrtlebeach. For even more updates on what’s happening around the beach check out our weekly events rundown and our photos of the week or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for daily updates!

From 4th of July Festivities to awesome accolades from TripAdvisor, this week’s What’s Trending is packed with cool news.

Here’s a look at What’s Trending for June 29, 2017:

Fourth of July Celebrations

Fourth of July Celebrations

July 4th is right around the corner, and there are tons of things going on in Myrtle Beach for you and your family to get in the patriotic spirit! Check out our blog to see what’s going on in the area.

Myrtle Beach Named One of the 20 Best Affordable Summer Vacation Spots in the USA

Myrtle Beach Named One of the 20 Best Affordable Summer Vacation Spots in the USA

TripAdvisor recently released their list of 20 Best Affordable Summer Vacation Spots in the USA, and Myrtle Beach made the list! Myrtle Beach was praised for being an affordable family vacation destination, with an average weekly rental rate of $1,398 a week.

TripAdvisor named Myrtle Beach as an Affordable 4th of July Destination

TripAdvisor named Myrtle Beach as an Affordable 4th of July Destination

Myrtle Beach was recently named one of the Value Packed 4th of July Getaways Under $50 by TripAdvisor. On the list, Myrtle Beach was determined to cost about $37 per night, based on a two-bedroom rental with four-person occupancy for a 7-night stay.

New Park Opens in Conway

New Park Opens in Conway

A new nature park has opened in Conway. The Waccamaw River Park is a 237-acre park that is great for hiking, mountain biking, picnics, and more. The park is located on 1050 Depot Road off of Hwy 501, and is open from 7:30 a.m. until sunset each day.

Photo: WPDE

Myrtle Beach Food Trucks

Myrtle Beach Food Trucks

Food trucks are currently allowed to operate in Myrtle Beach, but with a lot of rules and regulations. However, the city is contemplating opening a spot for food trucks to park and sell food downtown. Currently, the city is looking into how plausible it would be to make the former location of J Edwards restaurant a lot for food trucks. So far, nothing official has been announced.

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