This is a seasonal destination. Porter flies to Myrtle Beach from February 14, 2018 to May 19, 2018. We hope you’ll consider joining us then.
Book a flight from Windsor to Myrtle Beach and trade in skyline views across the Detroit River for sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean.
From the brightly lit heights of the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, it’s easy to survey the exciting attractions in this resort town. When you fly from Windsor to Myrtle Beach, you’ll land in a locale where a 60-mile stretch of sandy beaches offers adventures of epic proportions.
The search for things to do in Myrtle Beach is as easy breezy as the oceanfront. Entertainment takes centre stage at Broadway at the Beach with amusement rides, zip line courses, oddity museums, and mini golf courses.
From this fun-packed complex, it’s a 10-minute drive to the oceanfront. Right by the water, family fun reigns at Family Kingdom Amusement Park. Speedy water slides, relaxing wading areas, and amusement rides will keep visitors of all ages entertained.
If the rides at Family Kingdom Amusement Park aren’t fast enough for you, head off to the races at Myrtle Beach Speedway. At this popular Myrtle Beach attraction, you can watch NASCAR races or even fuel your inner speed demon by getting behind the driver’s seat.
When you’re ready to slow down, enjoy some relaxed, nature-filled fun at Myrtle Beach State Park. Tucked away from the main tourist attractions, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to lay out in the sun or swim in the ocean while exploring the park’s natural features.
Back in the touristy centre, a walk along Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade is an absolute must. Live music, floating casinos, and a wide range of shops and restaurants ensure good times by the beach.
Fly from Windsor to Myrtle Beach for a chance to sink your toes into sandy beaches along South Carolina’s Grand Strand.
Book a flight from Windsor to Myrtle Beach and fall in love with the heart of the city, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade.
The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel is one attraction that’s sure to catch your eye. This distinct landmark is the centrepiece of Myrtle Beach’s skyline, with seasonal light shows that brighten up the oceanfront at night. When the enclosed gondolas reach the top of the Ferris wheel, you can snap some incredible photos of the city.
Once you’ve observed Myrtle Beach’s offerings from up high, it’s time to take the whole family for a train ride around Family Kingdom Amusement Park. The little ones will definitely be excited about the selection of amusement rides and other kid-focused fun. For aquatic amusements right by the beach, try Family Kingdom’s neighbour, Splashes Oceanfront Waterpark.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade will please your palette with everything from Mexican street food to upscale seafood restaurants and Italian eateries.
In the title fight for the restaurant with the most beach town charm, you’ll want to be in Peaches Corner. Founded in 1937, Peaches Corner remains a popular Myrtle Beach attraction with sumptuous burgers and delectable breakfasts. No matter which menu item you choose, you’ll get service with a smile as warm as a sunny day on the beach.
Fly from Windsor to Myrtle Beach for hot summer hangouts and cool cuisine in a picturesque resort town.
Fly from Windsor to Myrtle Beach and discover one of South Carolina’s most popular outdoor attractions. Huntington Beach State Park is a great place for eco-tourists to see the area’s lowcountry ecosystems and native wildlife.
As you cruise along the causeway into the park, you’ll see saltwater habitats on one side and freshwater leading to wetlands on the other. These contrasting ecosystems are home to some interesting and diverse wildlife that you might see as soon as you enter the park. Extra observant visitors may even spot minks, bobcats, and elusive river otters.
Huntington Beach State Park spreads over 2,500 acres, containing beaches, maritime forests, sand dunes, and various types of marshes. Water lovers can fish, boat, and swim in the park. For those who prefer dry land, biking, hiking, and bird watching are just as exciting.
The park also includes a series of hiking and interpretive walking trails. Embark on a guided tour with an expert naturalist or test out your bird watching knowledge. Huntington Beach State Park is a real hoot for birdwatchers, with over 300-recorded species to spot. Observatory areas along the boardwalk and the Kerrigan nature trail allow visitors to get a closer look at wading and shore birds.
Eventually, your search for Myrtle Beach points of interest is bound to point you to Atalaya Castle. This historic building was once the winter home of philanthropist, Archer M. Huntington and his wife, Anna Hyatt Huntington, who was an artist. The Huntingtons also founded the neighbouring Brookgreen Gardens, an elegant sculpture park and nature reserve.
Just a five minute drive away is the state’s seafood capital, Murrells Inlet. This quaint seaside region is the perfect place to indulge in some fresh seafood dishes. Murrells Inlet is also a hub for thrilling aquatic activities like parasailing, scuba diving, and jet skiing.
Fly from Windsor to Myrtle Beach and explore Huntington Beach State Park’s unique natural attractions and surrounding points of interest.
Fly from Windsor International Airport (YQG) to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), with a quick connection in Toronto. Windsor to Myrtle Beach flight time is 2 hours and 45 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Windsor to Myrtle Beach is around 1,435 km / 890 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Windsor International Airport (YQG) is about 10 km / 6 mi from downtown Windsor.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxis from downtown cost about $25 CAD. Car service costs about $35 CAD.
Take the Transit Windsor 8 Walkerville bus to the airport stop. The fare is $3.00 CAD.
Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) is about 5 km / 3 mi from downtown Myrtle Beach.
Taxis to the resort area cost about $15 USD.
Car rental services are available next to the baggage claim area, on the ground floor of Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR).
Several hotels offer complimentary shuttle bus service from the airport.
Take the Waccamaw Regional Transit Authority 15S bus from the 10th Avenue North stop. The fare is $1.50 USD.