Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Feast of Tabernacles

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The Landmark Resort
1501 South Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC
ph# 1-800-845-0658
www.landmarkresort.com | landmark@sccoast.net

Festival Coordinator: Kelly Pierson

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Festival Dates:  Feast 2017 - 5-12 October  

Feast Brochure for Myrtle Beach


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For nearly 200 years people have enjoyed visiting the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area to enjoy the sun, surf and sand that is part of life on the Grand Strand, as it is called today. With over 60 miles of shoreline, the Myrtle Beach Area stretches from Holden Beach, in North Carolina and continues south to Georgetown.

Myrtle Beach was originally known as Long Bay, and it was not until early 1900 that the area became easily accessible to vacationers. The area is appropriately named for the beautiful Myrtle trees that are indigenous to the this part of the coast. The first inhabitants of the area were the Waccamaw and Winyah Indians. In Colonial times, pirates (including the legendary Blackbeard) plied their trade off the coast and wealthy planters and their families, who wanted to escape the malaria infested swamps inland, would summer in the area.

Today the area has become known, not only for its spectacular beaches, but also as one of the leading golf destinations in the world. The Grand Strand boasts over 90 golf courses, many of which were designed by such masters as: Robert Trent Jones, Tom Fazio, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, the Dyes, Dan Maples and Rees Jones to name a few. Since 1994 the area has been home to the PGA Senior Tour Championship at the world famous Dunes Golf and Beach Club. It is estimated that the Myrtle Beach area will have over 100 golf courses by the year 2000.

Hosting numerous "Live Entertainment Theaters" .... featuring shows by the popular group ALABAMA (who got their start in a small local night spot in Myrtle Beach), world champion exhibition ice skating and spectacular "Western" shows, the Myrtle Beach area has already become known as "the Branson of the South". Over 100 amusement parks and pavilions, 1800 restaurants, world-class deep sea, pier and surf fishing, endless shopping and a host of cultural activities make Myrtle Beach and the entire Grand Strand area a true, year-round, destination for vacationers and visitors of all ages. With more than 60,000 lodging units available, visitors can always find the perfect accommodations to fit their needs.

With its mild climate, natural "low country" beauty, state-of-the-art medical facilities and overall laid back quality of life, the Myrtle Beach area truly is popular for those seeking a second home or retirement spot. From private-gated residential golf communities to luxury oceanfront condominiums to affordable homes . . . . the Myrtle Beach area truly has something for everyone.

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Lodging  -Prices for 2017 not posted as yet

Visit each listing below for the most current rate information and to make reservations online.

  • The Landmark Resort
    When you get to the Landmark Resort, there is ample parking in front of the motel for loading and unloading. Main parking is directly across the street and offers several floors for parking. There are elevators and a covered walk way over the street that comes into on the third floor of the motel. The motel also has elevators.

    Prices for Feast 2016 but prices not yet posted for 2017

    Interior view Hotel Rooms           -         $48.00/night
    Ocean view Hotel Rooms              -         $52.00/night
    Ocean front Hotel Rooms             -         $57.00/night
    Ocean front Efficiencies                -         $60.00/night
    King Angle Ocean view Suites     -          $60.00/night
    King Angle Handicap O. V. Suites -        $60.00/night

    Double Angle Ocean view Suites   -        $62.00/night
    Ocean front Suites                        -           $68.00/night
    Deluxe Ocean front Suites            -          $69.00/night

    Resort fee of $8.00 per unit per night is applicable and all rates are subject to South Carolina State and Local Taxes, currently 13.0%.

    Call the Landmark Resort to make your reservations at 1-800-845-0658 and press 1 when you hear the recording. Make sure to let them know you are with the Intercontinental Church of God.

  • The Palace Resort
    For those of you needing some extra room, we now have discounted pricing at the Palace Resort beside the Landmark in Myrtle Beach. The rates for the Palace Resort are:

    Ocean front Sunsuite:    $52.00 per night
    Angle ocean front Sunsuite:    $55.00 per night
    Angle Ocean front One Bedroom:    $63.00 per night
    Angle Ocean front 2 Bedroom:    $82.00 per night
    Angle Ocean view 2 Bedroom:    $80.00 per night


    Pricing does not include taxes and resort fees.

    When making your reservations, tell them you are with the Intercontinental Church of God.

    http://www.palaceresort.com/

    RESERVATIONS CALL 888-637-8067
    The Palace Resort
    1605 South Ocean Blvd.
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


  • Vacation home rentals by Owner - 1
  • Value Vacation Rentals by Owner - 2
  • Apache Campground
    Ocean front camping. Longest fishing pier on the east coast, 4 miles from Ocean Dunes. Book early. 1-800-553-1749
  • Myrtle Travel Park
    Camping by the sea. 5-6 miles from Ocean Dunes. Book early. 1-800-255-3568
  • Ocean Lakes Family Campground
    6001 South Kings Highway
    Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29575
    Phone for camping reservations..877 510 1413

    They also rent homes in the campground
    Home rental...800 845 2229
  • Lakewood Camping Resort
    Call for rates
    5901 South Kings Highway,
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29575

    (843)238-5161 or 1-877-LAKEWOOD
    Call for free brochure and rates.

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Speaking Schedule    ...the schedule for 2017 not ready as yet

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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