February is absolutely one of the best times to visit Myrtle Beach. We’ve put together a list of best things to do in Myrtle Beach in February, so you can beat the winter blues. Stay at Monterey Bay where you can enjoy off-season low rates, free breakfast, and our beautiful oceanfront property.
The average temperature in February ranges from 56-61 degrees Fahrenheit, not bad for walking the beach and soaking in the sunshine. This time of year the beach is less crowded and it makes for perfect shell finding conditions.
There are many festivals happening in Myrtle Beach during February that you won’t want to miss! From wine to seafood and Mardis Gras, here are a few of the festivals happening in February:
Nothing says February more than chocolate! Grab a ticket for $20 and walk along Downtown Conway February 2, and enjoy chocolate treats from participating businesses.
Head to the south end and join in on the 7th Annual Marshi Gras, Tuesday, February 13th. There will be a costume parade led by the Marshi Gras King and Queen, as well as giveaways and cash prizes.
Broadway at the Beach is throwing their 16th annual KidzTime Festival on February 25th. Admission is free and kids can enjoy games, face painting, rides, prizes, and more!
Walk and shop all day in the Myrtle Beach sun, but when the sun goes down there is no shortage of fun and exciting things to do. Check out some of these evening events and activities:
Enjoy dinner with a “whodunnit” twist and if you can solve the crime, you may be rewarded. Dinner shows start promptly at 7 PM on Saturdays. Your dinner will include a three-course meal of Blues Brother’s salad, marinated chicken served with rice pilaf and vegetables, and a housemade Key Lime pie tart.
If you’re visiting in February and you’re a Beatle fan, this is the show for you. The Carolina Opry presents it’s Beatlemania Now show for one night only, February 3 at 6 PM. Grab your tickets fast!
The weather will be chilly, but bundle up, grab a hot cup of cocoa from the Boardwalk Coffee House and explore the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Have an evening ride on the SkyWheel or just listen to the waves crash on the shore.