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Some Of The Best Events In Myrtle Beach On Thanksgiving

Some Of The Best Events In Myrtle Beach On Thanksgiving

Myrtle Beach is a world-wide loves tourist spot for a summer beach vacation. The perfect location, affordability, and peace make it the best pick to have an amazing holiday with your family. All festivals are celebrated here with the same energy and enthusiasm.

Thanksgiving is one of the major festivals of the western culture, and if you are planning to visit Myrtle Beach this thanksgiving, then you must miss these events held there.

If you are taking your pet with you, then you can easily get pet friendly oceanfront rentals in myrtle beach and enjoy the festival.

Some Special thanksgiving events on the Myrtle Beach

  • The Intra-coastal Christmas regatta

It is a parade of boats held every year on the first Saturday after thanksgiving. It is held at the little river inlet. You can spend some quality time with your family watching this parade, which passes through all the major areas of the city and reaches the dock marina holidays. It passes from some areas that are on a walking distance from some of the major resorts such as bay watch resort and AtlanticBreeze Ocean.

  • Merry marsh walk

It is a complete treat for people who love shopping as it offers a great shopping experience until the first few weeks of the thanksgiving. Every day from 10 am to 5 pm, and you can shop on the streets on locals shops and unique art pieces.

  • Bluegrass festival

It is the most amazing blue grass festival held in South Carolina, where numerous artists give exciting performances. It is held at the convention center, and people from all over the city come there to enjoy the performances.

Mark Campus

Mark Campus

Mark Campus is a content marketer who owns Keenan’s room. A writer by day and a reader by night, he is loath to discuss himself in third person.