Myrtle Waves Water Park

3000 Mr Joe White Avenue, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577  •   (843) 913-9250

 
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"Fun place"

Such a fun place to visit on a very hot day when the kids need something a little different than just a pool area

Such a fun place to visit on a very hot day when the kids need something a little different than just a pool area


"Most Enjoyable and refreshing"

I wish there was a closer Water Park like this one, I really had fun.

I wish there was a closer Water Park like this one, I really had fun.


"There were a lot of different water rides for kids and adults."

Very fun water park!

Very fun water park!


"Water Mania"

Love going there. Rides are great and their is something for everyone.

Love going there. Rides are great and their is something for everyone.


"Fun"

Fun

Fun

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About Myrtle Waves Water Park

Get wet at South Carolina’s largest water park featuring 20 acres of swerves, curves, waves, and chutes!  A favorite among visitors and locals, Myrtle Waves will cool you down with 24 slides and attractions, and 1.2 million gallons of family fun.   Relax by the wave pool, rent a private cabana for groups of 10 or less, splash on exciting slides including the newest addition, The Rockin Ray, a two-person extreme water attraction and a second new ride, Tsunami, a FlowRider®, sure to give you a taste of the surfing lifestyle.  The park also features raft rides, kiddie play areas, dine, shop and more!   Open May 13 - September 4, 2017.

The park is broken down in sections and is easy to navigate. Take a dip in the Ocean in Motion Wave Pool.  Race a friend down Riptide Rockets or Turbo Twisters, one of the world’s top 10 tallest waterslides!  Let the kiddies splash and play in the shallow Bubble Bay pool or float with skimmer boards on Racin’ River. Head over to the Lazy River where you can ride on a single or double tube with your family. Saturation Station combines a playground with tons of interactive water fun, grab a spot under the volcano waterfall bucket that dumps every 10 minutes or so! Arooba Tooba will spin you around and around its orange and yellow striped bowl. At Night Flight, you can choose one of two enclosed tubes to slide down. Snake Mountain has three serpentine inner tube slides that dump into a shared-pool. Super Chute and Thunderbolt Speed Slides are close together so you can ride them multiple times.

Lounge chairs are plentiful and are on a first come first served basis. Inner tubes for the pools, lazy river and slides are complimentary, as are life-jackets. Parking is ample and also free of charge. There are plenty of places to get a snack or meal and a large, covered, picnic table area for dining out of the sun. Coolers are not permitted in the park but you can leave the park and eat in the grassy picnic area before returning. You can also rent a locker to store your belongings while you play.

Tickets are conveniently available online so you can save time in line and either print them before you arrive or show them from your mobile device to scan and redeem for your all day fun wristband. Myrtle Waves opens for business mid-May with the last day of operation on Monday, Labor Day. Check the website for hours of operation, tickets, special events, and park information.  Discount Group rates for 15 or more guests and birthday party packages can also be found online but must be booked at least 48 hours in advance.

Myrtle Waves was voted Best Water Park in MyrtleBeach.com’s 2016 Beachie Awards.  The Myrtle Beach Award winners represent many of the best and most fun places on the beach including top restaurants, attractions, events, golf courses, nightlife spots and shopping centers. These are the "fan favorites" voted on by many longtime visitors and locals.

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