Myrtle Beach in the Winter
When everyone else is cold and frozen, come enjoy the mild winter weather and fun attractions of Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach! The Grand Strand has long been known as the home for fun activities and endless entertainment, and all of that doesn't even begin to slow down in the winter. There are special holiday and Christmas events for winter visitors and residents, and you can expect lower traffic and crowds during this time of year, too. What could be better than enjoying your favorite activities at a leisurely pace, or escaping from ice to the beach and all the local Myrtle Beach attractions?
Events & Activities
The fun never stops in Myrtle Beach—there's no reason for it to! We've complied a list of all the local attractions, events, activities, and the general happenings during the typical Myrtle Beach wintertime. There's something here for everyone. View events and activities!
Even during the winter, weather in Myrtle Beach almost never dips below the freezing mark, and even January has days that are as warm as spring. See our guide below to the warm winter weather!
Average High, Low, and
Ocean Water Temperatures
October 76°F 50°F 72°F
November 68°F 42°F 60°F
December 59°F 35°F 50°F
January 56°F 33°F 51°F
February 59°F 34°F 51°F
Since business owners encourage visitors during the winter, many rates are much lower than they would normally be during the busiest part of tourist season. Our Myrtle Beach winter condos are often more than 50% off the highest price during the winter—all for the very same condo with the very same great amenities! Don't miss these fantastic savings!
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