If you’re a lover of the beach, you’ve probably spent all winter trying to decide when you’re going to plan your next beach vacation. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! Once you’ve decided on the beach rental that’s perfect for your family and are ready to choose a date, check out our list of the best times to visit Surfside Beach, SC.
April is the perfect time for those who just can’t wait any longer to escape the chilly weather. Spring is in full effect and temperatures usually rest in the 70’s, making for some great weather that allows you to fully enjoy the outdoors. If you’re a golfer, April is also the perfect time to visit Surfside Beach, SC and try out some of the best golf courses in the area. Though some attractions may still be closed in April, there is no shortage of festivals to enjoy like the Horry County Fair, SpringFest and SOS Spring Safari.
In May, you’ll find that the weather in Surfside Beach, SC rests at about 80 degrees and the water temps have increased as well. Not only will the weather be ideal, you’ll also find that there are less crowds as May is not officially considered summer for many. On top of the attractions that you’ll find just minutes away in Myrtle Beach, you may also find yourself in the midst of some fun festivals like the Blue Crab Festival or the Mayfest on Main. Additionally, rates for hotels and beach rentals won’t be nearly as high as they are in peak months like June, July and August.
June and July
June and July are considered peak season for Surfside Beach, SC and surrounding areas and though rates may be higher, all attractions will be fully operational. The hot summer days of June and July quickly turn into hot summer nights, making your night time adventures just as enjoyable as your daytime adventures. For many, it’s also fun to find yourself amongst a crowd of other families laughing, enjoying the beach and parading around the surrounding areas like North Myrtle Beach.
October brings chilly fall weather to many areas, but in Surfside Beach, SC temperatures are still averaging in the 70’s, which makes for some relaxing beach days. Though daytime temps are higher, you’ll find that nighttime temps can quickly drop, but for many, this is a perk. Hot cocoa, a blanket and the beach, anyone?
What months do you think are the best times to visit Surfside Beach, SC?