Water Parks and Hotels with Water Parks
The ultimate Myrtle Beach water attraction is the Atlantic Ocean, obviously. But sometimes you want to get away from the sand and salt and buzz down a slide on an innertube. Lucky for those that are into waterparks, Myrtle Beach has several to choose from. They’re a great way for the whole family to spend the day — parents can relax (or not) while the kids make their way up and down the slides, supervised by the park’s staff of lifeguards and safety experts. As with the beach, you’ll want to bring plenty of sunscreen, but there are generally shaded areas where direct exposure can be somewhat avoided. The best-shaded areas? The slides, of course!
In recent years, hotels have started adding waterparks on-site so guests don’t even need to leave their resort for thrills and spills. On-site waterparks are an ideal way for hotel guests to take a break from the sun and sand. Many are indoors and open year-round, making anytime a great time for some water fun!
As South Carolina’s largest water park, Myrtle Waves provides countless opportunities for fun and excitement in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Slide highlights include the high-intensity enclosed Turbo Twisters, the open-air Riptide Rockets, the Thunderbolt speed slides, and Snake Mountain. And if you’re looking for something more relaxing, hop on a raft and meander down the 1,200-foot lazy river. The park is all outdoors and open seasonally from May through Labor Day weekend.More Info Visit Website
Wild Water & Wheels
This Surfside Beach water attraction features all manner of slides and pools. Check out The Dark Hole, an inner tube ride which Southern Living Magazine called “the best scary ride” in town; the Free Fall Cliff Dive, a long tunnel that opens up to an almost vertical drop during which speeds of 45 mph can be reached; or relax on the Lazy River, a 950-foot moat complete with a rain forest, a Frog Island, waterfalls, raindrop fountains, and a wave channel. The fun continues on dry land with a go-kart race zone and mini-golf.
Wild Water and Wheels is open seasonally from May through Labor Day weekend.More Info
Dunes Village is a family-friendly resort in the heart of Myrtle Beach offering a ton of great amenities, including a year-round, on-site waterpark. The waterpark, which is fully enclosed in cooler months, includes water slides, a teen pool with basketball and volleyball, a silly submarine and much more. The kids won’t get bored at Dunes Village!More Info Visit Website
Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark
Crown Reef Beach Resort & Waterpark offers year-round wet and wild fun, including an on-site water park! Sitting at four stories tall, the water park is seasonally enclosed and open year-round. Guests can enjoy the TWISTER body slide, EXPLOSION tube slide, silly sub, kiddie slide and more at no extra charge.offers numerous amenities. In addition to the water park, Crown Reef Resort offers 20 water features including indoor, outdoor, and kiddie pools, hot tubs, fountains, and the longest oceanfront resort lazy river in Myrtle Beach.More Info Visit Website
Landmark Resort Myrtle Beach
Landmark Resort in Myrtle Beach is opening the area’s newest waterpark in time for summer 2022. The completely reimagined H2Oasis waterpark is exclusive for guests of the Landmark and includes three giant slides, a kids’ slide, and a water fun area for smaller children.More Info Visit Website
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