Things to do in Myrtle Beach in April
There are plenty of things to do in Myrtle Beach in April — and plenty of reasons to take an early spring trip to the beach.
Here's what you can expect in Myrtle Beach in April:
With temperature in the 70s and low 80s, the weather in Myrtle Beach is awesome in April. It’s perfect if you enjoy walking and lounging on the beach, exploring the area or shopping in one of the many outdoor shopping complexes. The water temperature is typically in the 60s — a little chilly for the adults, but we see kids diving right in all the time!
April hotel deals
Myrtle Beach hotels work hard to lure visitors to the beach in early spring, before the peak summer season gets under way. They often offer deep discounts off summer rack rates or other incentives such as attraction tickets or discounts. If you’re bringing the kids, check out these hotels with great indoor water features so your little ones can splash and swim even on cooler days.
Easter in Myrtle Beach
Easter is March 31 this year, and Myrtle Beach is a popular destination for Easter break. With many sunrise services, including several on the beach, visitors can worship on Easter Sunday all along the Grand Strand. Easter egg hunts are also available throughout the Myrtle Beach area.
The same attractions and entertainment venues that you love in summer are open in April as well, but lines are shorter and crowds are thinner. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is a great place to spend the day in April. Stroll along the Boardwalk, checking out shops and . Take a ride on the Skywheel or play a few games at the arcade. Here are 102 things to do in Myrtle Beach to help you plan your trip!
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