Myrtle Beach, S.C.

52. Go-Karts


Take a break from the water and test your need for speed at one of the many fun Myrtle Beach go-kart attractions. Thrill seekers and kart enthusiasts have several opportunities to feel the air whipping through their hair as they take the lead in go-kart races against friends or family during a Myrtle Beach vacation. From NASCAR-style tracks to multi-level courses with twists and turns, go-karting in Myrtle Beach gets you on unique courses designed for speed, drifting, turning, or accelerating down the straightaway. Find everything from fixed kiddie go-kart tracks to Grand Prix Pro tracks where you can race four laps on a quarter-mile loop. Adults and children will have a blast testing their driving and racing skills on Myrtle Beach’s specially made go-kart courses crafted for different age groups.

Tearing around a go-kart track in Myrtle Beach is only one of so many fun things to do while you’re spending time at The Grand Strand. If Myrtle Beach is your big family vacation destination this year, be sure to check out our recommendations for resorts for large families and the best restaurants for kids. Browse our hottest deals on hotel rooms and suites to find great rates for your next Myrtle Beach vacation and start planning which of these go-kart tracks you’ll test out first.

Where is the longest go-kart track in Myrtle Beach?

The longest go-kart track in Myrtle Beach is the Wild Woody at The Track. It’s 3½ levels up and down a figure-eight design.

How much does go-karting cost in Myrtle Beach?

Day passes at Broadway Grand Prix with unlimited go-karting cost around $50. Fun Warehouse charges $12 per race, and The Track uses a point card system, where you can buy a 55-point card for $50, with the go-kart tracks costing 12 points per race. The Track also sells 115-point and 250-point cards for $100 and $200.

How long is a go-kart session in Myrtle Beach?

Go-kart sessions in Myrtle Beach typically include one race around the track, which can last anywhere from a few minutes to 10 minutes, depending on the track. Some attractions offer day passes that allow for unlimited sessions.

How old do you have to be to drive a go-kart in Myrtle Beach?

Go-kart tracks in Myrtle Beach often require drivers to be seven years old or 48” tall, although Broadway Grand Prix has a tyke track for kids 40” with no age restriction. Typically, drivers with passengers must be 16 or 18 years old (depending on the venue) and must hold a valid driver’s license.

The Track

Located near Restaurant Row in Myrtle Beach, The Track is a go-kart attraction that offers fun for the entire family. Enjoy racing your friends and family on elevated courses called the Mighty Myrtle and the Wild Woody. Kids will have a blast on the Rookie Karts (for those at least 4’0” tall). The Track uses all electric go-karts, and is also home to an arcade, blaster boats, several kiddie rides, and the Shark Party Spinning Coaster.

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Broadway Grand Prix

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While NASCAR tracks require one long left-hand turn, Grand Prix—the Rolls Royce of auto racing—evolved from road courses, with a series of turns and straightaways. Broadway Grand Prix follows both of these noble racing traditions and offers Grand Prix-style go-kart racing as well as NASCAR-style racing. Find your thrill on one (or all) of their seven tracks. With mini-golf, kiddie rides, rock wall climbing, an arcade, and the Skycoaster, Broadway Grand Prix also tops our list of things to do in Myrtle Beach with teenagers.

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Fun Warehouse

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Fun Warehouse remains one of the most popular family-friendly attractions in Myrtle Beach, appealing to kids and especially the kids-at-heart who love a good go-kart race. Fun Warehouse is home to two multi-level, elevated go-kart tracks. What’s more, their electric go-karts offer four turbo-boosts per race. Just press the Turbo Boost Button on your kart for 10 seconds of additional 20% power, and hope it’s enough to get you across the finish line first.

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