Our Favorite (and Free!) Things to do in Myrtle Beach in the Winter
If you’re visiting Myrtle Beach this winter, rest assured there will be plenty to do to entertain you, from world-class golf to excellent shopping and outstanding dining opportunities. And best yet, if you stay at Paradise Resort, many of the best wintertime activities in Myrtle Beach are free!
Here’s a roundup of some of the best bets for wintertime entertainment in Myrtle Beach:
• Catch a Christmas show
If you’ll be in Myrtle Beach before the New Year festivities are over, you can usually catch one of the ever-popular Myrtle Beach Christmas shows, either at the Carolina Opry or the Alabama Theatre. And if you stay at Paradise Resort, you’ll also get the Sun & Fun Bonus, which includes a free ticket to Carolina Opry’s music-choreographed laser light show.
• Play a round of golf
Winter is a great time for golf in Myrtle Beach. The weather is relatively mild, and you can often get preferred tee times at some of the most outstanding golf courses in the world.
• Visit Brookgreen Gardens
The stunning statues, the lovely gardens, the zoo, the atmosphere … Brookgreen Gardens is one of our favorite places to pass an afternoon on the south Strand, regardless of the time of year. And the Sun & Fun Bonus, which comes free with every stay through Feb. 28, 2014, includes one free ticket to Brookgreen Gardens for every day of your stay.
• Play minigolf
It’s not just full-sized golf that’s fun to play in wintertime—we also love miniature golf! You can work on your short game and have fun with the whole family at our local Myrtle Beach minigolf courses, and of course if you’re staying with us, your Sun & Fun Bonus also includes 1 unlimited "Paradise Super Passport" which will get you unlimited miniature golf at Mutiny Bay and Cancun Lagoon Mountain.
• Enjoy your favorite Myrtle Beach attractions—without long summertime lines!
When you visit Myrtle Beach in the winter, you can still visit many of your favorite Myrtle Beach attractions, including Broadway at the Beach and Ripley’s Aquarium, but you won’t have to battle long lines and huge crowds. And if you stay at Paradise, you can take a free flight on the Myrtle Beach Skywheel!