Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
17. Skating

Greg Norman Australian Grille
Greg Norman Australian Grille

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Skating

For generations, skating of all sorts has been a popular youth pastime around the world, and here on the Grand Strand. Whether gliding around the roller skating rink to the latest hit song or defying gravity on the ramps of the local skateboard park, the Grand Strand offers several options. As popular options for birthday parties and youth activities, the skating centers are well maintained and professionally staffed. At the roller skating rinks, skillful DJ’s play family-friendly versions of hit songs, while kids of all ages and abilities dart around the rink. Contests and crowd participation keep the good times rolling. Those seeking a break from the action can visit the arcade, or enjoy a soda or hot dog from the refreshment bar. Other attractions include Laser Tag and Mini Roller Ball, an adaptation of traditional bowling geared toward the littlest ones in your group.

Fun Warehouse

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Located just off the U.S. 17 Bypass in the Surfside Beach area, Fun Warehouse incorporates a large skating facility with too many amenities to list here! Also featuring Laser Tag, Fun Warehouse is certain to keep your entire group entertained. Themed nights, such as Throwback Thursday (retro music), or Friday Night Raves (neon lights and high energy music), ensure that Fun Warehouse places fun first.

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Matt Hughes Skateboard Park

Matt Hughes Skateboard Park

The Matt Hughes Myrtle Beach Skate Park is located behind Pepper Geddings Recreation Center in Myrtle Beach. The Park features a number of X-Games style ramps and street obstacles, as well as mid-sized half-pipe ramps. Helmets and safety equipment are required to skate at the park, and admission is free. It’s a popular spot for local and visiting skaters, who are good about following the park rules.

Grand Park Rink

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Located at the Market Common’s huge Grand Park Athletic Complex, this inline hockey rink is a great place for inline skating that’s outdoors and doesn’t cost a dime. Hockey fans can find other players practicing or playing pick-up games at various times throughout the week and this park is also close to lots of great places to skate — includes a nearly mile-long path that wraps around its huge manmade lake.

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