Golfing is probably North Myrtle Beach’s most popular fall activities, but there are many other things to do this time of year. Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorites. There’s a variety of fall activities to choose from: indoors, outdoors, kid-friendly, inexpensive, free, and more. There’s always something to do here!
Take advantage of the beautiful fall-activities weather and head to one of La Belle Amie’s October wine events, like Super Wine Saturday October 25. From noon to 6 p.m., enjoy a live performance, a meal fresh off the grill, wine sampling, and a vineyard tour. The best part? It’s free! Check out their full fall schedule as well.
Experience the greatest view on the Grand Strand and get tickets for a ride on the SkyWheel. This giant Ferris wheel is located on the oceanfront boardwalk, so you can go shopping or grab a bite afterwards—it’s one of the best all-day fall activities. Tickets are $9 for kids under 12 and $13 for adults.
This all-ages dinner and show is a perennial fall-activities favorite for families. Guests receive a four-course pirate feast and get to watch an epic battle between the Crimson and Sapphire pirate groups. Get the fall schedule here.
Celebrate summer one more time at this all-day festival on October 25. Live entertainment, food stalls, and craft vendors will line Main Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will even be a children’s area. All the entertainment is free.
Whether you’re going to see a show or attend their famed gospel brunch, you’ll always have a good time at the House of Blues. There’s always live music and a happy hour on the weekends, and they’re also hosting a Halloween costume party October 24.
NMB’s new Park and Sports Complex will transform into a safe haven for Halloween thrill seekers on October 25 from 5 to 8 p.m. Activities include hayrides, pumpkin painting, marshmallow roasting, trick-or-treating and much more. Scare free and scare zones offer a variety of excitement levels that are sure to satisfy every member of your family.
The more adventurous can embark on a kayaking excursion in Murrells Inlet. Black River Outdoors Center offers two-, four- and six-hour EcoTours.
A tour of this brewery, located in downtown Myrtle Beach, is a great rainy (or sunny) day activity. Tours and tastings are on Tuesdays and Thursdays.