When downtown Myrtle Beach lost the Pavilion, that longtime centerpiece of activity on the Boulevard, other amusement parks in the area scrambled to pick up the slack. One such attraction is the OD Pavilion in North Myrtle Beach, where rides include everything from a Ferris wheel and several roller coasters to a pirate ship and plenty of kids’ rides. The park is also oceanfront, where the smell of cotton candy mixes with salty ocean breezes to create a memorable atmosphere. Admission to the park is free, and ride tickets come in the form of wristbands which can be purchased individually or as an unlimited pass. So wherever it is that you’re staying during your Myrtle Beach vacation, a trip to OD Pavilion will definitely be worth the exciting rides, relaxing stroll along the boulevard, or the nostalgia for the park that is no longer with us.
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