List of helpful Myrtle Beach websites for vacationers

Prospective vacationers rejoice! With a lot of information floating around out there, it helps one to have a concise, comprehensive list of websites detailing area attractions, hangouts, eateries and more. Fortunately, for the Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach area, such a list exists. Below are six websites that ought to provide vacationers and locals alike with a better sense and feel of what is happening in and around The Grand Strand.– Are you curious about statistical information regarding Myrtle Beach? How about for just North Myrtle Beach? By utilizing, visitors can sort through a variety of sectors such as demographics, ancestries, as well as median home prices (for those who are looking for a more permanent vacation). provides users the information needed. The forums are VERY popular as well. Interaction between locals, vacationers, movers, shakers, and everything in between.– The Sun News is our local newspaper. Serving the Grand Strand, The Sun News not only provides substantial local coverage of the day’s news but also offers contests and promotions for area attractions. Get the daily forecast, information regarding the Myrtle Beach Pelicans as well as any breaking news all at– The crème de la crème of dining guides for the Grand Strand area, MBSCR is a great source for places to go, customer reviews as well as discounts, videos and much more.  You can also check out our Myrtle Beach restaurants page for some top restaurants as well.– The chamber of commerce is a fantastic tool many often overlook. Everything from how to obtain a marriage license to dining & nightlife, the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce has you covered.– Another great chamber site, encompasses a larger area, highlighting events, restaurants, and pretty much everything in between for the greater Myrtle Beach area.

So there you have it. A solid list of websites designed to ensure those within the Myrtle Beach area that they have the best vacation. While other vacationers spend wasted hours sifting through useless information about our area, isn’t it nice to have a solid reference guide?