If you are looking to head to the Grand Strand on a last minute spring break, don't fear, we have you covered. The Dayton House Resort located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, has a lot to offer. Accommodations to help with any size group, amenities from oceanfront zero entry pools, lazy rivers and also one of the largest ocean front lawns offering picnic areas and of course a place to rest and relax as you take in the fresh ocean breezes.
Here are som great things to do for the best last minute spring break:
Great accommodations: Here at Dayton House Resort, we offer a wide-ranging accommodations where you can find just the right setup to keep your vacation crew comfortable — from a rooms, suites and more. And whichever option you choose, your party will spend spring break just steps from the beach and within easy reach of all the amazing attractions that Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand have to offer.
A swashbuckling show: Few vacation destinations can offer the excitement of a live show featuring high-diving pirate crews engaging in a battle over treasure that’s waged on land, on deck, in a lagoon and high above a pair of full-sized pirate ships — much less up the ante with mermaids, acrobats, live animals, cannons, singing and dancing. But at the Dolly Parton-produced Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show on North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach, that’s just what adventure-seeking vacationers will get, all while savoring a delicious four-course meal. Visit piratesvoyage.com to learn more.
A beachfront state park: Covering 316 coastal acres (primarily occupied by maritime forest) and offering a full mile of deep and undeveloped white-sand beaches, Myrtle Beach State Park puts a long list of outdoor activities within easy reach of Grand Strand visitors, including hiking, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, picnicking or simply relaxing under a beach umbrella. To learn more, visit southcarolinaparks.com/myrtle-beach.
A treetop adventure: At North Myrtle Beach’s Go Ape! high-ropes course and zipline attraction, thrill-seeking visitors can ascend into the treetops for 2-3 hours of high-elevation fun. For those brave enough to tackle them, the activities offered here include wire-connected walking bridges, suspended obstacles, high-speed ziplines and more, all of which come together to create a visually stunning and immersive forest adventure. Further, the kiddos in your crew can join in, too, as the elevated obstacles, tree-to-tree crossings and 20-foot-high zip lines of the Go Ape! Treetop Junior Adventure provide similar high-elevation thrills for younger adventurers. To learn more, visit the Go Ape! website.
A signature seafood treat: A Grand Strand favorite for 50-plus years, the Sea Captain’s House serves up some of the area’s best seafood — all with sweeping ocean views provided in the dining room and a heaping helping of fresh air available on the spacious outdoor patio. Lunch and dinner specialties at this Myrtle Beach staple include She Crab Soup, New England Clam Chowder, Shrimp Scampi, Shrimp & Grits and Broiled Crab Cakes. For the early risers, breakfast offerings here include unique twists on morning-meal favorites (think Crab Cakes Benedict served over fried green tomatoes or the Seafarer’s Omelet with shrimp and crab meat), all of which can be enjoyed while taking in a sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean. Visit seacaptains.com to learn more.
Call us today and we will help you plan the perfect Myrtle Beach vacation right here at the Dayton House Resort.