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Fun for Four Seasons Around the SayeBrook Community in Myrtle Beach

The SayeBrook community is one of the newest in the Myrtle Beach area. Three home builders came together to develop nearly 730 acres just two miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The neighborhood boasts 1,700 homes with a resort-style pool plus pickleball and basketball courts near shopping at the Town Center. But even with all this and the Meeting House for social gatherings, you will likely still want to get out and explore.

Tourists can associate Myrtle Beach with fun at certain times of year, but as a resident you want to enjoy where you live year round. Fortunately, that’s easy enough to do when you have a home in the SayeBrook community. This roundup shares some great options for year-round fun.


Get in the holiday spirit with Winter Wonderland at the Beach. Myrtle Beach’s mile-long oceanfront area features free lights displays every night. For a more traditional experience, check out Brookgreen Gardens’ Nights of a Thousand Candles which lets your explore in the soft glow of more than 2,700 hand-lit candles.

This is a good time of year to explore Myrtle Beach’s indoor attractions. Plus, you’ll get to do so with fewer crowds. Some of our favorites include:

  • WonderWorks (try the bubble wands)
  • EdVenture (for hands-on imaginative activities for kids)
  • Pirate’s Voyage (entertainment and a four-course meal)

Several theaters in Myrtle Beach are open in the winter as well. You might see Legends in Concert or limited time-only shows at Theatre of the Republic or the Art Deco-esque auditorium that houses GTS Theatre.


With the milder weather in the Carolinas, you can also enjoy golfing at any time of year. Still, spending your spring on the greens is a great way to get outdoors and enjoy some exercise.

You might also check out the historic Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park. First built in the 1930s, the castle demonstrates Moorish architecture and the imagination of the New York City philanthropists who designed the home. Note: the castle hosts an annual arts and crafts festival in the fall too.

Take in a sunset and waterfront views while sipping some cocktails from the Murrell’s Inlet MarshWalk. You can also take in live music at the variety of indoor and outdoor venues.

If you love orchestral performances, you might check out the Long Bay Symphony’s spring season offerings.


Of course, you’ll be thinking about going to the beach. Myrtle Beach State Park is one of the best South Carolina has to offer. You can enjoy the surf, check out the pier, or explore its adjacent oceanfront, maritime forest.

Get a stunning view of the sunset or the Grand Strand from above by taking a spin on the SkyWheel. Or you might take to the air with a helicopter tour.

Surfside Beach Pier, which sustained heavy damage in Hurricane Matthew, is slated to reopen in Spring 2024. So, you’ll be able to enjoy walking out to see the daily catch of fish or seeing sunrise or sunset.

Another top activity on the Grand Strand in summer? Ripley’s Aquarium has over 10,000 sea creatures and a 750,000 galloon ocean tank. Don’t miss the cuteness overload of the daily penguin parade!

You’ll find the aquarium at outdoor shopping mall Broadway at the Beach, which has all kinds of restaurants, a Dave and Buster’s, ropes courses, a movie theater, and more.


Myrtle Beach area residents have some favorite festivals this time of year. The I Love Seafood Fest in September features lots of fresh fare as well as live entertainment. You might also want to learn to Shag. This popular dance draws people from all over the country for end of summer club takeovers on the Strand.

This is a lovely time of year for beach combing and bike riding. You’ll also see bikers of a different kind converge on the area in October for a Harley Davidson enthusiast week.

If boats are more your thing, plan on checking out the Georgetown Wooden Boat Festival. Held annually the third weekend in October, this festival features wooden boats from throughout the southeast which you can see on land and water.

The Pelicans Ballpark has a Halloween event annually where kids 12 and under can go onto the field for trick-or-treating. They also host a disc golf competition in November. Another sporting event? The Myrtle Beach Invitational in November sees ESPN bringing college basketball to the beach.

You can enjoy shopping year-round, but you can get an early start on holiday shopping at The Market Common this season. This shopping center offers top retailers and many restaurant options all in a beautiful village setting.

Saussy Burbank has quality crafted three- and four-bedroom homes available in the SayeBrook community. Come visit and see yourself at home here on the Grand Strand.


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