Ride the tide, with a flight from Toronto to Myrtle Beach.
With over 100 regulation golf courses, it’s always tee time in Myrtle Beach. Award-winning golf course designs range from old-style Southern layouts full of oak trees and Spanish moss to devilish designs with tough, mounded greens and endless curves. Grand Dunes and Tidewater are two of the foremost fairways.
Improve your après-golf game at the Caledonia Golf and Fish Club, where you can sip mint juleps on the clubhouse’s wraparound porch.
When you leave the links, head to the beach for some of the best things to do in Myrtle Beach.
See the seaside from the Myrtle Beach boardwalk or get a birdseye view from the Myrtle Beach Skywheel. Get ready for a wild ride when you head to Family Kingdom Amusement Park or Broadway at the Beach, two of the city’s favourite theme parks.
When it comes to Myrtle Beach’s natural beauty, there’s more than just the shore. Stay by the water with a visit to the Waccamaw River or the Black River outdoor centre. For more of the outdoors, set out for Myrtle Beach State Park and enjoy the hiking, camping or fishing.
Before you fly back to Toronto, pick up a souvenir at Gay Dolphin Gift Cove. Myrtle Beach’s quirkiest gift shop is the perfect way to commemorate a trip to this colourful seaside city.
No trip from Toronto to Myrtle Beach is complete without a visit to the boardwalk.
Myrtle Beach boasts 10 miles of beaches, and this neighbourhood is a slice of the city’s best. Start on 2nd Avenue North and walk north along the Myrtle Beach boardwalk and promenade to see all this area has to offer.
Spend some time on the beaches that give the city its name. If you like Toronto’s Sugar Beach, you’re sure to love the brown sugar-like sands that fill the shores of this Oceanside area.
Shake the sand off on one of the rides at the nearby Family Kingdom Amusement Park. If roller coasters aren’t your thing, the Gay Dolphin Arcade has plenty of games to keep you and the family entertained.
At almost 200 feet tall, the Myrtle Beach Skywheel has one of the best views of the city. Look down at the sea and sand, and plot your next stop along the Myrtle Beach boardwalk and promenade.
Take a day trip from Myrtle Beach to see scenic Georgetown County.
When you take a trip from Toronto to Myrtle Beach, there’s more to see than just the seaside. With just a 30-minute drive away, you can experience the natural beauty of Georgetown County.
Freshwater tidal marshes and forested wetlands are just some of the ecosystems to explore in Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge. Closer to the shore, you’ll find three miles of beaches and salt marshes in Huntington Beach State Park.
Built on the grounds of a former rice plantation, Brookgreen Gardens is now one of Georgetown’s favourite features. This 50-acre estate is home to America’s first sculpture garden, composed of over 1,400 pieces. Other than art, the property features a zoo, wildlife exhibits, and botanical gardens.
Before you return to Myrtle Beach, make a stop in Murrell’s Inlet. The quaint fishing village character of the town pairs well with its many seafood restaurants. Grab a bite to tide you over on your drive back to Myrtle Beach.
Fly non-stop from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR). Toronto to Myrtle Beach flight time is 2 hours and 15 minutes on average. The distance from Toronto to Myrtle Beach is around 1,110 km / 690 mi. While onboard, sit back, relax, and enjoy our free drinks and snacks.
Porter offers weekly seasonal service to Myrtle Beach.