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Everything You Need to Know About Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Greetings from sunny and warm Myrtle Beach! We hope that this finds you in good health. As always, the safety and security of our guests, owners and staff remain a priority, therefore we have implemented an even higher standard of cleaning and sanitizing for our properties and our office. We are closely monitoring and following local, state, and national health organizations informational postings. We strongly encourage you to check back to our website for the latest news and updates. 

We sincerely wish each and every one of you to remain safe and healthy. Please know that we are here for you now and especially when this unprecedented occurrence is behind us. We feel certain that the human race will benefit from this with many lessons learned.

Stay safe and remember, We’ll See You on the Beach!!


Here's the latest from Myrtle Beach:

Mandated Face Coverings for the city of Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach City Council has approved a mandate requiring face masks to be worn in certain public places.

The order starts at 11:59 p.m. Thursday, July 2, and will remain in effect for 67 days, which is through Labor Day, or until rescinded, or until the expiration of the declaration of a civil emergency.  As of now, the mandate is set to expire September 30th.  

Retail establishments are listed as businesses like grocery stores, convenience stores, commercial stores, pharmacies, and barbershops and hair salons, among others.

Food service establishments encompass any business that sells prepared food on a dine-in, delivery, carry-out or drive-through basis, according to the order.

Overnight accommodations establishments are hotels, motels, condos, rental properties and private campgrounds.  Click here for FAQ's

Mandated Face Coverings for the city of North Myrtle Beach

The North Myrtle Beach City Council has passed an ordinance calling for the use of face masks in public places.  The mandate is extended to run through October unless rescinded.  

According to information from the city, anyone entering retail businesses, including but not limited to grocery stores and pharmacies or businesses that conduct personal service like, hair and/or nail salons, barbershops and tattoo parlors and others must wear a face covering while inside.

A person who fails to comply shall be guilty of a civil infraction, punishable by a fine of not more than $25.00.  Click here for FAQ's

Mandated Face Coverings for Horry County (Unicorporated areas of the beach)

The Horry County Council has passed an ordinance calling for the use of face masks in public places.The ordinance states that all customers and employees at retail businesses, including grocery stores, pharmacies and hair salons, are required to wear masks.  But when it comes to restaurants, the ordinance shows that only employees are required to wear masks.  The mandate is extended to run through October unless rescinded.

Exemptions to the ordinance include:
Any person who is unable to safely wear a face mask due to age or underlying health condition. 
Any person who is unable to remove the face mask without the assistance of others
Those whose religious beliefs prevent him/her from wearing a face mask
When law enforcement directs a person to remove their face mask
Anyone who fails to comply could face a $25 fine for the first offense, a $50 fine for the second offense and $100 for the third offense.  FAQ's

Businesses in the Grand Strand


Various restaurants along the Grand Strand are open for inside dining with limited capacity.  They also offer, delivery, takeout or curbside service. Some restaurants have chosen to close and re-sanitize, periodically, but reopen as soon as possible.  Very few restaurants have decided to keep their dining areas closed, but still offer pick up, curbside or delivery services. 

Please check with your favorite eatery before venturing out to see what dining options are available.  


Retail shops are open with limited capacity. 


Bars and Lounges are open.  All bars must close by 11pm.  

Hair Salons/Spas

Hair salons, barbers, nail salons and massage spas are open and accepting appointments.  Most require a mask. 

Water Parks/Pools

Waterparks are now open as are the rides at Broadway at the Beach and Family Kingdom.  Most pools have opened, or will be opening soon, depending on the Property Management Company.    

Attractions and Entertainment Venues

Concerts and other entertainment venues are open with limited capacity.  Other attractions open are listed below. 

The Pirates Voyage is now open!

The Carolina Opry is now open!

Barefoot Landing
Broadway at the Beach
Broadway Grand Prix
Brookgreen Gardens
Family Kingdom Amusement Park
Myrtle Waves Waterpark
Ripley’s Aquarium
Rockin’ Jump

Links to check for updates

South Carolina Department of of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC)
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
City of Myrtle Beach
Horry County Government