The Myrtle Beach area is back in business after Hurricane Florence’s pass through the S.C. coast. Many roads along the route to the beach may still be flooded. Visitors are encouraged to exercise caution when planning to return to the Grand Strand and check with Departments of Transportation for updated road conditions and closures.
June is the start of the peak season in Myrtle Beach, as many people enjoy the beautiful summer weather and the never-ending list of things to do and see. If you’re planning a trip to Myrtle Beach this June, check out this list of events and things do:
Of course, one of the main things that drive vacationers to Myrtle Beach in June is the chance to have fun in the sun! The average air temperature in Myrtle Beach during the month of June is approximately 88º, which is perfect for outdoor activities such as swimming, watersports, golfing, and more. Beachgoers will love the average water temperature of 78º, which is a great temperature for a dip in the ocean or a long swim under the Carolina sun.
June Hotel Deals
While many properties see full occupancy in June, it is still possible to score deals on hotels and resorts across the Grand Strand. Check out these hotel deals to get a good deal and save some money off of your room to use on dining, attractions, and souvenirs!
Don’t worry about your favorite attraction being closed this time of the year, because all of the fun things to do are open by June! From outdoor activities like ropes courses and go-karting to indoor activities such as escape rooms and arcades, there is definitely no reason to be bored while visiting Myrtle Beach in June.
Myrtle Beach is a mecca for golfers, and its no surprise that many golfers book trips to Myrtle Beach with their buddies during the month of June. With so many courses to play, it is easy to book a tee time and find a deal for your June vacation to the Grand Strand. Players will absolutely love the warm weather as well as the beauty of the coastal and Lowcountry links.
Parasailing, banana boating, surfing; it all sounds fun, doesn’t it? Lucky for you, there are several companies in Myrtle Beach that allow guests to try their hand at a ton of different watersports. Visitors to the Myrtle Beach area have the option of trying kayaking, jet skiing, parasailing, wakeboarding, banana boating, surfing, fishing, stand-up paddleboarding, scuba diving, and much, much more!
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