5 Fun Things to do in Myrtle Beach for Less Than $10

The stimulus money has been spent, and your tax return is long gone.


You can still have fun in Myrtle Beach without a huge budget right? Of course you can. There are lots of interesting things to do that won’t drain your wallet.


Here are a handful of diversions here that’ll come in at less than $10.

Myrtle Beach on a Budget

You don’t have to be a king to have a royally good time on the Grand Strand.

Take a walk at Barefoot Landing | Candle $6, sandwich $7.49

This sprawling dining, entertainment, and shopping complex has it all. Pick up a candle at Shining Sol Candle Company. Choose from mesmerizing scents such as Sunkissed, Mermaid Cove, or Toasted Pumpkin Crunch. Or treat yourself to a Darlington 500. It’s a slab of deep-fried bologna, with grilled onions and American cheese on Texas Toast.  Available only at River City Cafe.

Barefoot Landing

Discover the South Carolina Hall of Fame | Free

Learn about the state’s rich history and historic figures. Within the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, the state’s hall has enshrined astronauts, civil rights figures, historians, musicians, novelists, politicians, and more. Included are a signer of The Declaration of Independence, a World Series MVP, and other notable South Carolinians.


Practice hatha yoga at J. Bryan Floyd Community Center | $10

Find stress relief with postures, breathing, and meditation. This course is open to beginners to advanced students, who are asked to bring a mat or towel. Contact instructor Patricia “Nakini” Reich at (843) 485-3632 at least 24 hours in advance.

Girl Doing Yoga

Take in Vereen Memorial Gardens | Free

If your pup has come along for your Myrtle Beach adventure, this is the perfect spot to visit. Hike and play through boardwalk trails that wind across natural wetlands. Enjoy the view from a dock over the Little River. Watch commercial fishing boats pass by among live oak and loblolly pines.

Market Common Garden

Visit Warbird Park | Free

Head to The Market Common, former site for the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, to see military planes. The park honors members of the U.S. Air Force who lived in the Myrtle Beach area, and includes a Wall of Service memorial. Make an afternoon of it by bringing a picnic to enjoy on shaded tables throughout.

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Paradise Oceanfront Room Blacony

The Smart Money is on Paradise Resort

Friendly and accommodating your entire stay: That’s what it’s like to stay at Paradise. You’ll find the room you expect with amenities galore and fun nearby, too. Read our blog to learn more about the resort and attractions, and book your stay today.

Paradise Lazy River with Family