Whether it's your summer vacation, America's Independence Day, or just a family get-together, July is a time to celebrate and there will be plenty of opportunities to do so this month. Plan your day out carefuly on the 4th and you could get in on the 48th Annual Parade in Pawleys, Murrells Inlet's Boat Parade and Fireworks Display, and the annual Salute from the Shore. Other events in July include Cool Summer Evenings at Brookgreen, Mustang Week in Myrtle Beach, and all of the area's great live entertainment shows.
This community-centered event sees locals and visitors parade through Pawleys Island each year on makeshift red, white, and blue floats. The festivities will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on the 4th, and floats can be entered into the procession for $15 in advance and $20 on the day of.More Details
This annual vintage military aircraft flyover begins in Cherry Grove and heads south all the way to Hilton Head, giving proud Americans the chance to show their support for the men and women who’ve served in our military.More Details
Brookgreen Gardens has a full slate of camps for kids during July, a perfect way to introduce them to some of the area’s coolest outdoor activities. Events will include zoo and garden explorations, live animal encounters, crafts, games, stories, hands-on activities, projects, and more.More Details
Brookgreen Garden visitors age 12 and older are eligible to participate in a special program called Zookeeper for a Day. This program gives guests a firsthand look at working in a zoo, and allows guests to help zookeepers with their daily routines including cleaning, feeding, animal care, and more. Registration is $150, and is limited to one person per day.More Details