Are masks mandatory in Myrtle Beach?

The Myrtle Beach City Council unanimously supported a public mask requirement during a special Council meeting on Thursday.

Is it safe to visit Myrtle Beach SC now?

Bottomline: Myrtle Beach Area Beaches Are Safe And Open.

What do I need to know before going to Myrtle Beach?

Be sure to bring your beach towels, a sheet and/or beach chairs before you get here so you don't have to rent them. Wake up early in the morning, run along the ocean shore and take in the fresh air. It's good for your body, mind and soul!

What is not allowed on Myrtle Beach?

Glass containers and bottles are NOT allowed on the beach. It is illegal to disturb or damage the dunes, the sand fencing or the sea grass oats. Stay on the boardwalks and marked paths! Aquatic activity (swimming, surfing, etc.) is not allowed within 75 yards of a pier.

Do you need to wear a mask in Myrtle Beach?

What should I be careful of in Myrtle Beach?

That being said, avoid the area around the pier and boardwalk, it's a cesspool. North Myrtle is really nice (as is south) – I'd tend to stay as far away from the main tourist areas since those areas can be VERY shady.

Why is Myrtle Beach called the Dirty Myrtle?

The area has a nickname, "Dirty Myrtle" which refers to anything between a type of drink to a mud run. But over the last decade, the nickname's meaning has slipped away from local leaders control over marketing towards the numerous swimming advisories that warn visitors of the poor water quality along the beach.

What are the rules for Myrtle Beach in 2023?

Prohibited items

  • Possession or consumption of alcohol on the beach is not allowed.
  • Fireworks are prohibited on the beach.
  • Glass containers are not permitted on the beach.
  • It is illegal to pick sea oats or remove sand fencing from the sand dunes.
  • Littering is illegal.

What is the most upscale area of Myrtle Beach?

Discover the Dunes Cove neighborhood of Myrtle Beach, tucked between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. Home prices typically list from the upper $500s to about $2 million in Dunes Cove, with beautiful oceanfront homes anyone would love to live in.

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