Enjoy the Top Myrtle Beach Family Hotels & Resorts
Holiday Inn at the Pavilion's new renovations are absolutley stunning. Room interiors feature rich, elegant upholstry and high-end bedding in mahogany tones, flat panel TVs, granite countertops and designer tile. Holiday Inn at the Pavilion offers luxury, but not at the expense of comfort.
There's a reason the Travel Channel crowned Coral Beach Resort as the "Best Family Accommodations in Myrtle Beach". The hotel offers a wide variety of amenities for adults and children alike in an evironment that makes it easy to unwind.
Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort is a one of a kind property located right on the oceanfront. With plenty of great amenities and regular deals, you will want to come back to Sea Crest again and again..
Myrtle Beach offers tons of fun in the water, with miles of great beaches and each of the Myrtle Beach resorts offer their own pools, hot tubs, and lazy rivers. After a while, though, you may find yourself longing for a little more than what the beach can offer. In that case you're looking for a water park. Myrtle Beach has two to choose from: Myrtle Waves and Wild Water & Wheels. With two choices, how do you determine which one to pick? Let us help.
The Myrtle Waves water park in Myrtle Beach houses 1.2 million gallons of water on 20 acres. The water park has been a Myrtle Beach staple since 1985. Since then, over 3.5 million people have been through their gates.
Myrtle Waves is home to fourteen water slides. The Turbo Twisters are the world's tallest tube slides at 10 stories high. The Riptide Rockets launch you into the air just before you reach the bottom. Snake Mountain is a tangle of three slithering slides, great for adults with children. Other awesome slides include the Arooba Tooba, Night Flight, Super Chute, Thunderbolts, and the Slidewinder.
If your kids are too young for the slides, try the pools. Myrtle Waves has three enormous pools including the Ocean In Motion Wave Pool, Bubble Bay designed specifically for toddlers, and Saturation Station complete with a 700-gallon water volcano. Other attractions include the LayZee River, 1,200+ feet of relaxation and the Racin' River, the lazy river's faster cousin.
Myrtle Waves has a picnic area, hundreds of poolside chairs, cabana rentals, showers/change rooms, lockers, food & beverages, and shaded pavilions.
Regular admission starts at $32.99 if you're over 42" tall. If you're under 42" or over the age of 55, admission is $24.99. Kids 2 and under are free. If you want to save some money, consider booking online and get $4.oo off regular admission. Another great deal that Myrtle Waves offers is the three park pass. Get the pass for $49.99 and get one all day admission to Myrtle Waves and unlimited rides at NASCAR Speedpark and the Pavilion Nostalgia Park. Are you a member of the armed forces? Get $19.99 admission every Monday with Military Mondays. Find more summer events at Myrtle Waves' website.
Sunday is usually the best day to go to the park. You'll find that Sunday is most often slower than other days, allowing you more fun and less waiting in line
Wild Water and Wheels has been around for 20 years. Located just south of Myrtle Beach in Surfside Beach, the water park is out of the hustle and bustle in the heart of the city.
There are 24 slides on Wild Water's 16 acres. Race down the speed slides including the Free Fall Cliff Dive (45mph!), the Triple Dip, Serpentine, and the Sidewinder. The four lane Wild H2O Racer is one of eight mat slides along with Head Rush and the Twin Twister. The Dark Hole, one of Wild Water's tube slides was named "Best Scary Ride" in Myrtle Beach by Southern Living Magazine.
Pools available at Wild Water & Wheels include an adult-only lounge pool and a kiddy lagoon. Those with kids will find the Kid's Activity Pool very entertaining. The activity pool has multiple slides as well as a cave to explore and a waterfall. The Wee Kids Water Works is available for younger children, complete with a raindrop fountain, slide, and floating characters. The 950 foot lazy river meanders through a rainforest, wave pool, waterfalls, and more. Bounce around in the Wipe Out Wave Pool that generates waves as high as 4 feet tall.
In addition to the numerous rides and attractions, Wild Water also has a snack bar, gift shop, lockers and showers, sundecks, and a picnic area.
Regular admission is $29.95 for those over 48" tall. Seniors (55+) and those shorter than 48" are $18.40. Like Myrtle Waves, kids 2 and under are free of charge. Come in the afternoon and get in to the park at a reduced rate.
There's a reason why it's called Wild Water and Wheels: it's not just a water park. While you're there, you not only get to enjoy the pools and slides, but go carts, bumper boats, kiddie rides, and miniature golf as well!
If you're looking for a great time, both Myrtle Waves and Wild Water & Wheels are excellent waterpark choices. Wild Water is slightly less expensive and not as crowded and Myrtle Waves has the advantage of partnering with other great Myrtle Beach attractions. You really can't go wrong with either one.
Attention Coral Beach guests: you don't have to stray far to enjoy the fun of a water park. Coral Beach is one of the few Myrtle Beach water park hotels. Coral Beach's on-site water park has a submarine and shipwreck sure to offer kids of any age hours of fun.