We’re happy to say goodbye to Hurricane Matthew and say hello to Plantation Resort guests. That’s right, our doors are open for business. We were very fortunate to have only experienced minimal damage at the Resort, as you can see in the video below:
Be aware, those planning on driving here may find delays on the road. Please check with SCDOT on current road conditions: http://dbw.scdot.org/roadconditionsmatthew/
Also, if you were planning on spending a lot of time at the beach, you may want to delay the trip just a little bit as the beach is currently closed for cleaning.
We understand that many of you would like to know which venues have reopened their doors, so we’re providing a list of which of our partners are still available to visit.
Tanger Outlets (select stores)
Legends in Concert
Salt Water Creek
Tupelo Bay driving range open, par 3 open (executive course closed)
Palace Theater (Open date TBD)
Azaelea Sands (Opening Wednesday)
Crow Creek (Opening Thursday)
Midway Par 3 (Opening later this week)
Wachesaw East (Opening Thursday)
Executive course at Tupelo Bay closed for now (other courses open)
Wedgefield Plantation (Open date TBD)
Alabama Theater (Opening Friday)
For another list of closed/open stores in Myrtle Beach follow this link here.
Goodbye Hurricane Matthew
We’re always seeking to improve the resort, and Hurricane Matthew isn’t slowing us down. We hope you’ll come visit us soon and take advantage of the local hotspots. Myrtle Beach is excited to be up and running as normal in no time. To reserve your stay at Plantation Resort call 1-800-845-5039.