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Conway, SC: A Delightful Daytrip Destination

About a half-hour’s drive inland from the Sun & Sand Resort lies the town of Conway, one of our favorite day trip destinations.  Read more >

Putt-Putt, Sport of Champions

Every true Carolinian knows that mini-golf (or putt-putt) is the real test of athletic prowess. We recommend you check out one of these top-notch putt-putt courses during your stay with us. Read more >

Chipping, Driving, and Putting the Day Away

Around here the only thing easier to find than a golf course is the ocean. Nicknamed the Golf Capital of the World, Myrtle Beach boasts more than a hundred courses, which means that there’s one that’s just perfect for you, whatever your skill level. Read more >

Segway into the Wild

If you’re looking for a fun and environmentally-friendly way to get around during your stay with us, check out Myrtle Beach Segway, the one-stop shop for all your Segway needs, just a short 5-minute trip from our Myrtle Beach hotel. Read more >

Motown: The Making of America

Few words conjure up visions of quintessential Americana as vividly as Motown. A portmanteau of motor and town, this moniker applies not only to Detroit of the 1960s and 70s, but also to GTS Theater at Myrtle Beach, where you can catch the Motor City Musical – Motown Tribute Show four days a week year-round. Read more >

Crazy Fun at the Marina

Just a short 20-minute drive from our resort, Crazy Sister Marina “is the only on-the-water location where you can do more in one day than anywhere else in Myrtle Beach and Murrells Inlet.” Read more >

Kick Back at the Oyster Roast

Myrtle Beach is the place to be in February for a heaping plate of delicious oysters and the tastiest Bloody Mary’s in the Carolinas. Read more >

Cool Beans

What makes The Roasted Bean, on Howard Avenue (a five minute drive from Sun N Sand), so unique? Read more >

Nights of a Thousand Candles

Lots of summer beach goers head to Murrell's Inlet to get away from the crowds. Read more >

The Grand 14 at the Market Commons

When you're not hitting the links, soaking up the sun, or getting great deals on your holiday shopping, consider visiting one of Myrtle Beach's great movie theaters. Read more >

The First Annual Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival

In August, Myrtle Beach's Downtown Development Board announced that it was cancelling this year’s edition of Oktoberfest... Read more >

Swim over to Ripley's Aquarium

Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach is a refreshing way to spend a few hours with the kids when everyone has had too much fun in the sun. Read more >

Conway Getaway

Conway is one of our favorite short trips off the Grand Strand. Read more >

Your Guide to Mini Golf

Last month we featured some of Myrtle Beach's most famous and challenging 18-hole championship golf courses. This month, we'll look at a more family oriented affair, Myrtle Beach's many miniature golf courses. Read more >

The Golf Capital of the World

Mark Twain famously said, "Golf is a good walk spoiled," but that's so 19th century. Read more >

The Ol' Ball Game

Summer is here, and that mean baseball is back. Read more >

Motown in Myrtle Beach

Once you’ve had your fix of bumming it out on our white sand beaches, and if you have a love of the oldies, head down to GTS Theatre for a night of soulful music and dancing during their concert tribute to Motown, "Motor City Musical." Read more >

Paddle Out

Whether you are looking for a relaxing afternoon or a water adventure, a day at Crazy Sister Marina is where you're looking for.  Read more >

Fun on the Half Shell

There’s nothing like good oysters, and a nice Bloody Mary to go with, and if the Surfrider Oyster Roast is any indication, Myrtle Beach agrees. Read more >

Whirlwind Wheels

If you want the opportunity to get up close and personal with some South Carolina wildlife without breaking a sweat, then check out Myrtle Beach Segway, located just five minutes from our Myrtle Beach resort, Myrtle Beach Segway offers rentals for your own exploring as well as guided Segway tours of Huntington Beach State Park, where visitors can enjoy the natural beauty and see a huge variety of birds, as this is a popular migratory bird spot.  Read more >

New Year's in Nature

If you’re not in the mood for a raucous New Year’s Eve party this year, we recommend checking out the Brookgreen Gardens New Year’s Eve Pre-Party, taking place from 6 to 9pm.  Read more >

Tricked Out Trees

This winter, Ripley's Aquarium is getting into the holiday spirit with their Festival of Trees! Located just fifteen minutes from our Myrtle Beach resort, from now until December 31st, the aquarium will be filled with over seventy-five uniquely decorated Christmas trees, including one for each of the fifty states and the US territories. Read more >

Boardwalk Boooos

October has come to Myrtle Beach, and just because you're down by the beach doesn't mean you can't get into the Halloween spirit! Beginning October 3rd and running through Halloween, every Friday and Saturday night the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk will undergo a spooktacular transformation! Read more >

Adventure On!

Some days you just want to sit on the sand and relax, but other days, you're ready for some serious excitement and adventure. Read more >

Memories of Cars Gone By

If you're looking for a quirky, off-beat attraction in Myrtle Beach, the Wheels of Yesteryear is just that, and sure to please any fan of classic cars. Read more >

A Walk in the Park

Want a break from the busy beach? Myrtle Beach State Park offers a quiet alternative in their beautiful maritime forest. Located less than five minutes from our beachfront Myrtle Beach resort, the park has easy trails for hiking and biking, and a pier for surf-fishing, as well as equipment rentals. Read more >

Brew on the Beach

When you're all dried out from a day in the sand and saltwater, refresh yourself with a cold beer at New South Brewing, given a certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor and rated as the number one thing to do in Myrtle Beach that's not relaxing in front of the surf. Read more >

Soar To New Heights

Want to get a bird's eye view of the Grand Strand? Head to Myrtle Beach's Oceanfront Boardwalk for a over-the-top trip aboard the SkyWheel. Read more >

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