Here's a sample itinerary for a drive from Myrtle Beach to Asheville. If you're planning a road trip to Asheville, you can research locations to stop along the way. Make sure you check road conditions to double check the weather. Traveling with a dog or cat? Find pet-friendly stops. Camping along the way? Search for RV campgrounds. Find the best hotels, restaurants, and attractions based on the most talked about places recommended by Trippy members.
11:00 am start in Myrtle Beach
drive for about 56 minutes
11:56 am eat at Sparky's Country Store
stay for about 1 hour
and leave at 12:56 pm
drive for about 2.5 hours
3:19 pm Charlotte
stay overnight and leave the next day around 11:00 am
day 1 driving ≈ 3.5 hours
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11:00 am leave from Charlotte
drive for about 2 hours
1:13 pm arrive in Asheville
stay at The Omni Grove Park Inn
day 2 driving ≈ 2 hours
Sparky's Country Store
Charlotte (65 answers)
Halcyon Flavors From the Earth (4 mentions)
EpiCentre (2 mentions)
7th Street Public Market (2 mentions)
Mint Museum UPTOWN (2 mentions)
Discovery Place (2 mentions)
restaurants around Charlotte:
Amelie's French Bakery
Birdsong Brewing Co.
Cabo Fish Taco
questions about Charlotte:
What's the best neighborhood in Charlotte for a first time visitor?
What is your favorite restaurant in Charlotte?
Nice suburbs to stay just outside Charlotte
Farm to Table Dining in Charlotte
What to do in Charlotte while celebrating a 60th Birthday?
Are you going straight to a hotel, or looking for a vacation rental or Airbnb?
The best resource on neighborhoods, areas, and hotels is the Trippy page on where to stay in Asheville.
If you're looking for a quick answer, you can check out The Omni Grove Park Inn, which was mentioned 6 times on Trippy.
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Need some recommendations on somewhere to get food?
Trippy members suggest Tupelo Honey Cafe, which was mentioned 3 times.
Here are some more restaurants people talk about:
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This section could be endless, so rather than trying to suggest every local activity or attraction, we'll leave it open-ended.
These are some of the places people talk about on Trippy:
Of course, Trippy is the perfect place to ask questions because there's an entire community of travelers talking to each other and sharing tips and advice. Trippy is where you can get answers personalized for your tastes, budgets, trip dates & more!
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Yes, even this step is optional, because if you're on vacation who wants the trip to end? It's okay, you can start planning your next trip!
Want to plan the trip back? Get the reverse directions for a Asheville to Myrtle Beach drive, or go to the main page to plan a new road trip.
You can also compare the travel time if you're flying or driving by calculating the distance from Myrtle Beach to Asheville. Or get a full Myrtle Beach to Asheville flight plan.
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