Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a hot vacation spot for families with plenty to do for all ages. The beach is a surefire hit. Pack a cooler, grab the beach toys, and spend the day in the waves and soaking up the sun. When you’re looking for other things to do, here are seven other Myrtle Beach vacation ideas to keep the kids entertained:
Burn off some energy and check out the ultimate indoor trampoline park. Rockin’ Jump has something for all ages, and is the perfect way to jump-start your vacation. Get soaring with flips and tricks, or enjoy games like dodgeball, x-beam, the slam dunk zone and more. Don’t forget to conquer the indoor climbing wall before you leave too.
Enjoy Myrtle Beach’s famous amusement park on the boulevard. Family Kingdom offers over 35 rides for thrill-seekers including the legendary wooden roller coaster, Swamp Fox. Try your hand at boardwalk games and win that giant prize or treat yourself to a funnel cake and some cotton candy.
Broadway Grand Prix
Everyone needs a little thrill and Broadway Grand Prix is the place to go. Myrtle Beach’s largest go-kart recreation center offers seven tracks, an indoor arcade, mini golf, and a sky coaster. Satisfy your adrenaline needs with a day of excitement and non-stop racing.
Wild Waters & Wheels
Getting too hot? Cool off at Wild Water & Wheels. Oceana Resorts guests even receive free park admission during their stay. Enjoy 16 acres filled with 24 water slides, a wipeout wave pool, a kiddie lagoon and more. You can also enjoy go-karts, mini golf, and bumper boats while you’re there (additional fees apply).
Ultimate California Pizza Game Zone
Children of all ages will enjoy this interactive arcade filled with today’s top electronic and skill-based games. Take your pick at the high-level intensity games and pool the family’s tickets for some cool prizes. While you’re thinking of things to do in Myrtle Beach with the kids, try some of the best pizza on the Grand Strand.
Sea Thunder Dolphin Cruises
Take a ride to spot some dolphins on the Sea Thunder Dolphin Cruise. The sea excursion includes three distinct experiences up the Intracoastal Waterway. Enjoy the sun and occasional splashes on a 65-foot-long boat as you ride down the coastline.
Myrtle Beach Kayak Tours
Paddle through the marshes of Myrtle Beach on a kayak tour. As you move along the water, listen to your guide point out the area’s wildlife, plant life, and more. For a unique perspective, get a glass-bottom kayak, which lets you see the world beneath you as you paddle.
To start planning a family getaway, browse Myrtle Beach vacation rentals.