Tourism News

October Weather in Myrtle Beach

By Marissa Polascak
February 4, 2019

In our blog post about the best month to visit Myrtle Beach, October lands in the #1 spot, and its no surprise why that is. October is a beloved month to visit Myrtle Beach because of big events, lower hotel rates, less crowds, and desirable weather.

October weather in Myrtle Beach brings cooler temperatures than the hot summer months, but these temperatures are still warm enough to enjoy outdoor activities in short sleeve shirts or light jackets. The average high temperature in October in Myrtle Beach is around 77°F, with a low of 54°F. And while many people may think that October is probably too cold to swim, you may be surprised to hear that the average water temperature in October is around 73°F.

Enjoy booking a stay at your favorite Myrtle Beach hotel or resort and take advantage of the October weather in Myrtle Beach. Guests will be able to swim in oceanfront pools, visit the beach, and take part in many other outdoor activities while visiting this month. October is also one of the driest months so visitors won’t have to worry about rainy days.

Vacationers will also be able to head out to big October events including Fall Bike Week, Oktoberfest, Taste of the Town, the Lip Rippin’ Chilympics, and tons of fun Halloween festivities.