Get Crazy Over Crabs in Myrtle Beach!

If you are planning a vacation to the Myrtle Beach area, you will want to learn about the interesting wildlife that calls the area home. You can learn interesting facts about the crabs that live in Myrtle Beach by attending “Crazy Over Crabs,” which takes place at the Myrtle Beach State Park on March 12. This family-friendly event will give you an interesting view on the life of crabs and how people can help keep crab populations in the area both healthy and sustainable. You will also get to see live crabs, and children will enjoy the silly crab costumes. This event is sure to be a great compliment to your Myrtle Beach vacation plans!


During your vacation in Myrtle Beach, you can enjoy some fabulous country music by attending a performance at the Carolina Opry. At the Opry, you will enjoy incredible musical numbers and dance routines that are sure to entertain and impress you. This exciting show features modern and old country hits performed by some of Myrtle Beach’s most talented crooners. If you are not interested in country music, the Carolina Opry also features a great show full of 60’s and 70’s hits called “Good Vibrations” which is sure to take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane.


While you are in Myrtle Beach, you will want to visit some of the exciting attractions in the area, and you will have a great time seeing fabulous marine life at Ripley’s Aquarium. At the aquarium, you will see fascinating sharks, snakes, sea horses and colorful tropical fish while you learn interesting facts about the different species housed in the aquarium. Ripley’s Aquarium also features several themed exhibits that will give you an interesting look into the natural habitats of these creatures. For a more in-depth look at the sea life, you can also experience a dive show or educational class at the aquarium, which take place several times throughout the day.

0 thoughts on “Get Crazy Over Crabs in Myrtle Beach!

  1. Crabs are delicious. I ate at a crab place in Pensacola and loved it. I’ll bet the seafood in Myrtle Beach is just as fresh and tasty!

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