10 Things Guys Should Know When Traveling to Myrtle Beach

1. Myrtle Beach is one of the biggest tourist destinations on the Southeast coast of the U.S. It’s not my favorite place for a beach weekend with a buncha dudes (I’d personally prefer Charleston in that general territory) because it’s a bit of a trashy tourist trap, but you can certainly have your fun. It’s a spring break destination for those at school within a five-hour radius, so that should get your blood flowing. Myrtle Beach gets pretty hot in July and August, which is a big concern if you’re in a golf-focused area like Myrtle, so you should shoot for the three months before and after. Just know that May is bike month, so beware.

2. The Myrtle Beach area is bigger than you think. It might even be overwhelming when trying to figure out what area to stay in. You’ll do well to stay in either Murrells Inlet …