The Best Zip Lines in Myrtle Beach
Come check out the best zip lines in Myrtle Beach for your family to enjoy, as chosen and rated by our local experts, and get ready for an exhilarating vacation. If soaring through the air from 50 or more feet isn’t thrilling enough, the beautiful views from high above the ground will certainly impress. The Grand Strand offers many photo-worthy Instagram spots that are fun to visit from the ground, but seeing different locales while ziplining in Myrtle Beach is a whole new experience. These zip lines are some of the best in Myrtle Beach, with picture-perfect views:
- WonderWorks Myrtle Beach Soar & Explore
- Radical Ropes Adventure Park
- Shallotte River Swamp Park – Zipline, Aerial & Nature Park
- Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures
Once you have your hotel booked and you’re researching things to do on your vacation, add ziplining in Myrtle Beach to the itinerary. This activity is memorable and exciting for everyone in your group, and it’s something totally new to experience. When deciding which is the best zip line for your family, consider the thrill level, distance, and the environment to find a good match. There are height and weight restrictions to consider as well, but most adventure parks in the area have a variety of courses to accommodate kids, adults, or a mix of ages. Whether you want to cruise by the ocean, over waterways, or through a lush green canopy, Myrtle Beach zip lines won’t disappoint!
Myrtle Beach Zipline FAQs
Before you get ready to clock in and push off, check out these frequently asked questions so you’re prepared for your zipline adventure before you arrive.
How much is the zip line at Myrtle Beach?
Most kids’ zip line prices are between $20 and $30, and zip lines for older kids and adults can range from $40 to more than $80, depending on the number of lines, distance, and length of the adventure. Pro Tip: Look to bundle the zip line with other attractions at the museum or adventure park to save a few dollars on your entertainment.
How old do you have to be to ride the zip lines at Myrtle Beach?
Minimum age requirements vary for Myrtle Beach zip lines, but there are courses rated for children as young as 5 years old and others that have no minimum age (when accompanied by an adult). Note that almost all parks observe height and weight restrictions. Inquire about the size requirements beforehand to make your experience go smoothly.
WonderWorks Myrtle Beach Soar & Explore
In addition to serving as home to an awesome interactive museum, WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach also hosts a zip line and ropes course! The ropes course challenges climbers with more than 3,000 ropes and cables that become increasingly difficult throughout. Ziplining in Myrtle Beach over water is an unforgettable experience for kids—and adults—and this 1,000-foot dual-line gives participants a smooth ride that’s intensely fun. Ticket packages are available for ages 5 and up.More Info
Radical Ropes Adventure Park
If navigating obstacles high above the ground and zipping through the treetops sounds fun, you’ll be happy to know the Radical Ropes Adventure Park features climbing challenges and zip lines in Myrtle Beach for all ages. The Kids Course is designed for children ages 4 to 10 and accommodates climbers of all skill levels with its obstacles and zip line. Other attractions here are suitable for older kids and adults, including zip lines, obstacle courses, and a climbing wall that ends with a 70-foot freefall.More Info
Shallotte River Swamp Park – Zipline, Aerial & Nature Park
This aerial park just north of Myrtle Beach has a lot to offer, including guided zip line tours. Choose from two tours: the Cypress Canopy Tour and the Coastal Chaos Zip Line. As the names suggest, the 2.5-hour Cypress Canopy Tour is the gentler offering and the Coastal Chaos is the best zipline choice for adrenaline seekers. The Canopy Tour moves amongst century-old cypress trees high above the swamp where deer, owls, and wild boar roam. The Coastal Chaos Tour for experienced zip line riders (self-breaking is required) is a fast-paced ride that takes 45 minutes to complete.More Info
Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures
This oceanfront zip line in Myrtle Beach features a variety of rides for kids and adults. The kids’ course is for children ages 5 and up and features 11 obstacle challenges and a child-friendly zip line, and for older riders and adults, there are more challenging courses and longer zip lines to enjoy views of the Atlantic as you cruise. The zipline tours include complimentary photos—great souvenirs of your trip to Myrtle Beach!More Info
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