Dayton House Resort is located in the heart of the Grand Strand. As you plan to relax on the oceanfront lawn, splash around in one of the several pools or lazy river, or enjoying those long morning walks on the beach, at the end of the day, you don't always want to cook or choose where you are going. One thing that Myrtle Beach has is a vast amonnt of restaurants and activites for you to choose, but sometimes, it is a tough choice. How about a guide for you to help plan your meals or activities. Check out the list of guided tours that you can book so they do all of the planning and thinking and you just get to enjoy!
Carolina Food Tours: This Murrells Inlet-based business puts its focus on sharing the southern Grand Strand’s phenomenal food offerings, highlighting the area’s rich history and fostering connections between people over memorable meals. In doing so, Carolina Food Tours leads a range of food/history tours through Murrells Inlet, Pawleys Island and Georgetown, and restaurants featured along the way include Atlantic House, Wahoo’s, Bistro 217 and many more. If you take your Grand Strand food exploration seriously, check out the Carolina Food Tours website at carolinafoodtours.com.
Jack’s Stand-Up Paddleboard Tours: Launching into the calm and wildlife-rich waters of Murrells Inlet or the peaceful and calming waters of the Waccamaw River, the sunrise and sunset paddleboard tours provided by Jack’s Surf Lessons and Board Rentals last roughly two hours each. Among the wildlife regularly encountered on the family-friendly tours are dolphins, egrets, herons, loggerhead sea turtles, brown pelicans, river otters, beavers, osprey and more, not to mention a long list of fish species. To learn more, visit jackssurflessons.com.
Glass Bottom Kayak Tours: This North Myrtle Beach-based company offers a variety of kayak-tour options and lengths, including its family-friendly, 2.5-hour Cherry Grove Salt Marsh Tour, its 3- to 3.5-hour Private Island Shelling Tour and its 2.5- to 3-hour Waccamaw River Tour. Wildlife sightings are common on all of the tours, and guests can choose either solo or tandem kayaks for the adventure. Visit myrtlebeachkayaktours.com to learn more.
Carolina Backwoods ATV Adventure Tours: This family-run business located just across the state line from Little River in Ash, North Carolina, offers guided ATV tours designed for all guests to have a good time, regardless of experience level. The 2-hour tours take participants along wooded trails and through open riding areas, all after an extensive orientation session to ensure riders are comfortable and safe on their ATVs. Mini Rides that run approximately half an hour are also available on a seasonal basis. Learn more at carolinabackwoods.com.
Plan your vacation today at Dayton House Resort, and then you can start planining the fun.