3 Labor Day Weekend Facts to Know in Myrtle Beach

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It’s summer’s last hurrah.

That’s been the tradition for Labor Day weekend. (Although we know the great weather extends for months in Myrtle Beach!)

There’s still time to book a room for the holiday weekend getaway to Myrtle Beach. Celebrated in America since 1887, Labor Day commemorates the efforts of working men and women. It began with a parade and festivals for the labor force and their families.

You don’t have to get out into big crowds to enjoy this sort of holiday, either. When you stay at North Beach Resort & Villas in Myrtle Beach, you have plenty of choices right there onsite. Whether you go as a couple, a family, or with friends and family, North Beach Resort & Villas can accommodate your party.

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Myrtle Beach in the fall

It’s still sunny and pleasant in Myrtle Beach in autumn. The temperatures come down a bit, to highs in the 70s, lows in the 50s. It’s a far cry from fall climates elsewhere! You can still do many of the things you loved in summer, too. We took a look at a few favorite activities for Labor Day weekend. There’s something for everyone! Autumn is widely regarded as the best month to visit, too, for just those reasons.

Celebrate Labor Day at The Beach

You’ll have a blast at Hot Summer Nights at Plyler Park in downtown Myrtle Beach

Despite pandemic restrictions, Hot Summer Nights has gone on all summer and will end Labor Day weekend. Enjoy live music with something new every day, 4-10 p.m. There are dance parties, games, karaoke, and lots more.


October fishing is more than fine in Myrtle Beach

Head to one of several local piers, where a fishing license isn’t required. There are 8 on the Grand Strand alone, including 14th Avenue Pier, Second Avenue Pier, Springmaid Pier, and Myrtle Beach State Park Pier. Or look into a fishing charter out of Myrtle Beach.


The farmers markets are open – and they’re spectacluar

Myrtle Beach has a few awesome farmer’s markets to visit. Farmers Market on Deville Street in Market Common features baked goods, homemade items, and produce, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. every  Saturday. The Conway Farmers Market is open 8 a.m.-1 p.m., with artisan soaps, baked goods, boiled peanuts, fudge, microgreens, produce, and more.



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Get to Myrtle Beach for Labor Day weekend

Don’t let summer slip away without one last Myrtle Beach getaway. North Beach Resort & Villas is the ideal spot to stay when you’re here. With hot tubs, pools, and a lazy river, it’s perfect to come home to after an active day – or a place to stay onsite for your own way to unwind. Check out the amenities and book your stay today.