If you are looking for the best time to visit South Carolina, consider March through May, or September through October. Warm spring weather and longer days are just right for famous events like the Myrtle Beach Bike Week! But early fall’s mild temps and beautiful foliage are also very tempting. Come in October for the South Carolina State Fair, and add on some extras—the Palmetto State offers great hiking and fishing! “Shoulder season” (spring and fall) is also a pearl for budget tourists. If you choose to visit in summer, keep in mind that June through August are the peak of the heat and humidity, and you will be in the Deep South. To beat the heat, head to Charleston, Grand Strand, or Hilton Head to chill by the "big water" and enjoy those ocean breezes. The Carolina Country Music Festival, which takes place in June, is an event not to miss. Temperatures dramatically drop between December and February, and the coolest conditions can be found in the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains. But if you don't mind wintery weather, you’ll find the best prices with the least crowds.
The first-rate African American motorcycle rally in the U.S.
Magic is in the air when thousands of synchronous fireflies light up the dark forest
Attracted by fruits and nectar, these birds are often spotted in the gardens
One of the best nature spots in South Carolina with boat-in camping
Twelve days of diverse exhibits, exciting competitions, rides, and premiere entertainment
The largest displays of holiday spirit in the state
A dazzling holiday destination near Charleston
Myrtle Beach area offers a variety of events to celebrate the Independence Day
A great combination of beach fun and country music
The combination of balloon rides and equestrian competitions
Add a sparkle to your Myrtle Beach holiday vacation
A magical season full of events and activities
The most famous holiday show of the South with a mix of Christmas music and Yuletide comedy