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7 Reasons Your Next Corporate Event Should Be in Myrtle Beach

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Myrtle Beach is an idyllic destination that offers tranquility and adventure in equal measure. From its stunning golden shoreline to lively, family-friendly entertainment, Myrtle Beach is way more than just a beach. If you’re looking for a place to host your next corporate event, there are a million reasons to consider this coastal gem. 

So, are you ready to fall in love with Myrtle Beach? 


1. Fun for All 

One of the things that makes Myrtle Beach such a fantastic event location is its versatility. You can easily add some kid-friendly activities to your agenda. 


Cancun Adventure Golf

You can’t miss Cancun Adventure Golf — it boasts an impressive 50-foot Mayan pyramid that is visible from the highway! This 27-hole mini golf course will take you inside and outside as you work your way through the game. You’ll enjoy delightful special effects and colorful waterfalls along the way. 

And the Cancun Lagoon is just one of many fun putt-putt courses located all over Myrtle Beach. You and your crew could go from one mini golf course to the next for a full day of thrills and friendly competition. 

Pirates Voyage

Who doesn’t love a good pirate story? Throw in some delectable food and interactive live entertainment, and you have a winning recipe for a night full of laughs, excitement, and fun for all ages. Enjoy a four-course pirate feast while watching the crimson and sapphire pirate crews battle it out on stage.   


2. Shopping Galore

Myrtle Beach is a shopper's paradise, so pack your comfy shoes and be prepared to shop till you drop. 


Broadway at the Beach

One of the best shopping destinations is Broadway at the Beach. This massive shopping center and dazzling entertainment complex encompasses over 350 acres. It’s home to several Myrtle Beach attractions, including Ripley's Aquarium, Legends in Concert, WonderWorks, and the Hollywood Wax Museum. 

You can also check out the Pavilion Nostalgia Park, featuring original rides from the beloved Myrtle Beach Pavilion, which ceased operations in 2007. There are plenty of restaurants and even a couple of hotels interspersed throughout, so if you wanted to, you could stay at Broadway for your entire trip!

Barefoot Landing

If you want a more laid-back shopping experience, head over to Barefoot Landing. Snag the perfect souvenir as you stroll along the intercoastal waterway. And while you’re there, If you feel a bit more adventurous, check out the Alligator Adventure to get an up-close-and-personal viewing of one of nature’s most fearsome predators.  


2. Classic Southern Hospitality

It’s more than just a catchphrase! Southern hospitality is rooted deep in our history, so If for no other reason, come to Myrtle Beach to experience the South’s famed friendly culture first-hand. 

We pride ourselves on making our guests feel welcome, and food is central to that tradition. From the House of Blues to the Sea Captain’s House, we have plenty of dining options that will leave you with a full belly and a warm heart.  


3. World-Class Accommodations 

Myrtle Beach is home to several excellent hotels. From Marina Inn to the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center, you have plenty of hotel and venue options when you choose Myrtle Beach as your next destination event location. With ample event spaces, convenient locations, and luxury accommodations — what more could you ask for? 

If you are in the market for a scenic event location that offers a smidge more privacy, look no further than Kingston Plantation. Situated away from the main highway, Kingston Plantation offers spectacular waterfront views, over half a mile of pristine beach, multiple event spaces, waterparks, pools, and fine dining.  


4. 60 Miles of Sandy Paradise

Easily, the biggest draw of Myrtle Beach is its seemingly endless coastline. So much sand and sun just beckons you to take a long walk and admire the serenity of the sea. Appreciate nature’s unparalleled beauty as you watch the sun rise and set over the water every day. If you grow tired of soaking up the sun and swimming, take a boat tour or head to the nearest pier for an afternoon of fishing.

Myrtle Beach is also a playground for watersports and activities, from jet skiing and parasailing to paddleboarding and banana boat rides. It's easy to see how you could spend your entire stay on the beach.  


5. Brookgreen Gardens

You’ll find this hidden jewel just south of Myrtle Beach. Brookgreen Gardens is a lush wildlife preserve in Murrells Inlet. Steeped in Lowcountry history and teeming with exotic wildlife, this one-of-a-kind attraction will surely steal your heart and your imagination. You can tour the grounds and observe the animals in their natural surroundings for a small fee. 

Don’t forget to check out the sculpture garden! Brookgreen Gardens is home to the nation’s most extensive collection of American figurative sculpture. Each piece is integrated into the natural setting of the botanical gardens, making for a breathtaking viewing experience and a truly wow-worthy event venue.


6. Murrells Inlet MarshWalk

You’ll find another Lowcountry treasure just to the south as well — the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk. Here, you can experience some of the finest cuisine around. Enjoy your meal while admiring the picturesque backdrop of tidal marshes and live oaks. 

You can find everything from juicy burgers to fresh oysters. Be sure to stop by The Wicked Tuna for some “hook to plate” seafood, and if you are around at happy hour, swing by the Dead Dog Saloon for live music and great drinks. 

Strolling along the MarshWalk is a tried-and-true way to relax and forget your troubles as you enjoy the salty breeze. You may even spy a majestic blue heron if you're lucky.


7. Premier Golf

If you want to add a time-honored excursion to your Myrtle Beach event, golf is always a crowd-pleaser. While there are many options out there, be sure to add the Dunes Golf and Beach Club and Pine Lakes Country Club to your shortlist. 

Not only does the Dunes Golf and Beach Club provide the best golf in Myrtle Beach, but it is also one of the top courses in the country. Over the years, the club has hosted several Senior Tour PGA Championships. While full access is membership-only, a portion of this course is open to the public. 

If you are a traditionalist looking for a classic golf experience, Pine Lakes Country Club boasts the most iconic golf course in Myrtle Beach. This centrally located par 70 course was created during the golden age of golf design and bears the distinction of being Myrtle Beach’s first golf course. 


Experience the Magic of Myrtle Beach 

From natural splendor to wild theatrics, Myrtle Beach has something for everyone, and we are proud to call it home. If you want to execute an outstanding corporate event, Myrtle Beach should be at the top of your destination list. 

Need help planning your next corporate extravaganza? Contact Envents today, and let us help you plan an unforgettable Myrtle Beach event.