Fun Spring Festivals to Enjoy During Springtime in Myrtle Beach

Anytime is a great time to vacation in Myrtle Beach, and the spring season is no exception. With temperatures on the rise, trees and flowers in full bloom, and the excitement of Spring Break in the air, the Grand Strand is a springtime destination you’ll want to experience year after year. To top it all off, when you visit Myrtle Beach in the spring, you’ll have plenty of chances to enjoy one of the many festivals that arrive on the scene each year between March and June. Read ahead to discover more about a few of our favorites!

Top Myrtle Beach Spring Festivals

1. Food Truck Festival, April 3-5, 2020

Back for its fourth year in 2020, the Myrtle Beach Food Festival kicks off the spring festival season with plenty of food and fun for the entire family. Located at the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place between 8th and 9th Avenues on Ocean Boulevard, this admission-free festival offers guests the chance to sample a wide variety of food and beverage options, with past years featuring more than 50 food trucks on site. Don’t miss this tasty festival during your Myrtle Beach vacation!

2. World Famous Blue Crab Festival, May 16-17, 2020

If you’re a seafood lover, then this festival is just for you! Set on the north end of the Grand Strand in Little River, this festival boasts of being one of the largest festivals in the southeastern United States. Back for its 39th year in 2020, the World Famous Blue Crab Festival features a variety of food and beverage vendors, as well as arts & crafts vendors and live entertainment. The festival also includes several kid-friendly attractions and activities, making this festival a fun experience for the whole family!

3. Horry County Fair, April 24-May 3, 2020

Returning for its fifth year in 2020, the Horry County Fair offers up timeless entertainment for everyone in your group. Located on the grounds of the Myrtle Beach Speedway, the fair features timeless games and rides, as well as live entertainment, character meet and greet opportunities, and mouth-watering fair food favorites. Other attractions include pig races, a petting zoo, and other interactive exhibits from local vendors. This 10-day event is a local favorite that brings tons of fun to the Grand Strand each year.

4. Carolina Country Music Fest, June 4-7, 2020

This event is one that’ll make you want to get up and do a line dance. The Carolina Country Music Fest is one of Myrtle Beach’s premier festivals, with world-renowned live acts taking the stage each day of the event. Back for its fifth year, CCMF is known for attracting thousands of visitors—its 2018 event hosted more than 30,000 attendees. The festival spans 18 acres and includes four entertainment stages. In 2020, the lineup includes popular acts like Eric Church, Darius Rucker, and Jake Owen.

Whether you arrive in April, May, or early June, you can take part in one of these fun-filled festivals when you travel to Myrtle Beach during the spring. From food and music to amusement and art, you’re sure to find a festival that appeals to each member of your travel party.


Roof Repairs Scheduled from June 3rd to June 17th

Roof Repairs Scheduled from June 3rd to June 17th

Starting June 3rd to June 17th the resort will be undergoing roof repairs.  Work is scheduled to start at approximately 7:30 a.m. each day and continue until 6 p.m.  All amenities including outdoor pool, and balconies will remain open during the schedule work.  Please note that handicap parking will be relocated to the main parking lot in front row.