Things To Do in Myrtle Beach Memorial Day Weekend

Things To Do in Myrtle Beach Memorial Day Weekend

Whether you’re visiting the Grand Strand or a member of our StoneGate Living community, Memorial Day Weekend is an exciting time to be in Myrtle Beach. Catch some rays on the beach and get excited for summer this upcoming holiday weekend by checking out some of our favorite local spots and activities.

Pawleys Island Myrtle Beach


Known as the unofficial start to summertime on the Grand Strand, Memorial Day Weekend is best spent relaxing on the beach. Head to Surfside Beach for a fun family experience watching their annual Memorial Day Golf Cart Parade. If you’re in the mood for something more relaxing, visit Huntington Beach State Park for a laid back atmosphere and less crowded beaches.

Memorial Day Celebrations and Ceremonies

Every Memorial Day Weekend, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center holds a special ceremony to honor the men and women who have fought for our country’s freedom. This event is held by the Military Appreciation Committee and the City of Myrtle Beach. The celebration begins at 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 27th. Spend your Memorial Day morning recognizing those who served!


For a more relaxed holiday weekend, head to The Hammock Shops Village in Pawleys Island. The giant oak trees and quirky shops offer southern charm and unparalleled hospitality. You can even watch your very own hammock to take home for even more relaxation in your backyard. The Market Common is also a great option for shopping with boutiques and upscale stores such as Anthropologie and Pottery Barn. When hunger strikes, stop into one of the many restaurants nearby for a chance to refuel with incredible food. Shop those holiday weekend sales until you drop!

Market Common Myrtle Beach

Living in StoneGate at Prince Creek means living a relaxed beach lifestyle where you set the pace. Thank you to the men and women who have served our country. Kick off summer with a celebratory Memorial Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach!

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