You know the drill: When the first winter chill rolls into town, you start dreaming of a destination somewhere south of your own zip code. You might consider setting your watch to island time, but we have another suggestion. Visit Myrtle Beach this winter, and you’re greeted by temperatures in the high 50s to low 60s and plenty of things to do. Here are a few reasons why we love to visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, during winter.

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What is your favorite thing to do in Myrtle Beach during winter?

Header photo via Flickr/Alan Sterling