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05 Aug Best Myrtle Beach Labor Day Events

Best Myrtle Beach Labor Day Events

Are you headed to Myrtle Beach for Labor Day weekend events? If so, the Blue Wave Adventures team has a few great ways to spend your time. While we may be approaching the unofficial end of summer, it doesn’t mean there will be a shortage of activities on the water or near the beach. As families pack the shore to make the most of the last three-day weekend with warm temperatures, there are adventures waiting for nearly every age group.

Labor Day Weekend Myrtle Beach

Whether you’re trying to sit back and relax, catch a few waves, or celebrate the holiday, Labor Day in Myrtle Beach has a number of events. Here are some of our favorites.

Sit On The Shore

For the vacationers who are excited to do absolutely nothing, the sand and waves await. Grab a cold drink and pull your beach chair to the edge of the water and relax. After battling the Labor Day weekend traffic to get to your favorite spot, you deserve to prop your feet up and take in the sounds of the ocean.

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise

For the family seeking a new adventure, a Myrtle Beach dolphin cruise with the Blue Wave Adventures team can’t be missed. Dolphin tours are one of the most popular beach vacation things to do, and these photos show you why. You’ll not only experience the dolphins playing and talking to one another, but our experienced marine biologists will be on board each tour to answer your questions and explain the Murrells Inlet eco-system. No matter which seat you take in our tour boat, you’ll have the best view in the house. Blue Wave Adventures offers a 90-minute dolphin tour you do not want to miss. A dolphin tour in Murrells Inlet is an activity to add to your Labor Day weekend.

Myrtle Beach Family Kingdom

For the family who wants good food, fun, and exciting rides all in one place, Family Kingdom is Myrtle Beach’s best amusement park. From roller coasters and deep fried Oreos to fast-action games and frozen lemonade, this amusement park is where you’ll spend an entire day. It’s the only seaside amusement park in Myrtle Beach and offers free admission. The park spans 13-acres downtown Myrtle Beach, so grab an all-day wristband and let the kids enjoy each ride.

Fireworks Show

Top off your weekend adventures with an exciting fireworks extravaganza show at Broadway at the Beach. The show is set for Sunday, September 1 at 10 p.m., but you can visit the attraction early to browse locally-owned shops, Ripley’s Aquarium, and WonderWorks. Fireworks in Myrtle Beach is one of the best ways to celebrate Labor Day.

No matter why you’re visiting Myrtle Beach this Labor Day weekend, there’s an adventure waiting for each member of the family. Whether you’re walking the beach, hitting the sea in search of dolphins or flying high on a roller coaster, Labor Day in Myrtle Beach is filled with fun.