Reasons to Visit Myrtle Beach in the Fall

Can you believe that fall is right around the corner? It’s hard to image that the summer is soon coming to an end, and school is back in session. While the season may be over, it doesn’t mean that vacations have to be too. Here are the top reasons to visit Myrtle Beach in the fall.

Weather: You can still have beach days in the fall. The humidity starts to leave making it much more comfortable to be outside. In September, the average temperature is 84 and in October it is 76. It doesn’t get much better than that.

Balcony_31Affordable Rates and Variety: During the off-season rates will go down and fall specials begin. At Sands Resorts, we offer many specials and packages to ensure an affordable and fun vacation for all.

More Beach: There are more than 60 miles of beautiful beaches along the Grand Strand and during the off-season you can have most of it to yourself! Enjoy volleyball, swimming, surfing and more with the entire family. In September and October the ocean water temperature is an average of 78 degrees.

Fewer Crowds: The busy roads, long lines and crowded attractions begin to decrease after Labor Day. Plus with fewer guests at each hotel, you and your family can enjoy more amenities at the Sands Resorts properties.

Festivals: Myrtle Beach is known for their fall festivals. From Oktoberfest, Irish Fest and Coastal Uncorked. Trust us, you don’t want to miss out on any of these! The festivals are the perfect excuse to book a getaway weekend to Myrtle Beach.