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The total driving distance from Charleston, SC to Myrtle Beach, SC is 95 miles or 153 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Charleston, South Carolina. It ends in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
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Head north from Charleston to the beach town of Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach has over 60 miles of sand along the Atlantic Ocean. You have plenty of things to do for guests of any age group.
Myrtle Beach’s average temperature is 64 degrees and receives 215 days of sunshine. The average winter temperature is around 56-60 degrees. Myrtle Beach is filled with amusement and water parks, entertainment and restaurants.
Check out Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Broadway Grand Prix. In the summer, cool off at Myrtle Waves Water Park, Wild Water & Wheels and Splashes Oceanfront Water Park.
Walk on the 1.2 mile Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade and ride on the SkyWheel, the largest Ferris wheel on the East Coast. The boardwalk is filled with activities, festivals and events during the summer months. There are plenty of restaurants and shops to keep you entertained throughout the year.
Besides activities on the beach and amusement parks, Myrtle Beach offers over 100 championship golf courses.
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