Splash Into Summer at Myrtle Waves
During your oceanfront stay at Coral Beach Resort & Suites in Myrtle Beach, you’ll be able to enjoy the relaxation of the sandy beaches and soothing sounds of the crashing waves. But, if you’re looking to have some fun on the world’s tallest tubular water slide, or a 20-foot long slide leading to a 4-foot vertical drop, you’ll have to head out to Myrtle Waves Water Park. For heart-pumping, slip-sliding fun during your vacation, make sure you check out South Carolina’s largest waterpark!
Located just minutes from the coast at Broadway at the Beach, this waterpark has all-day entertainment for every member of the family. Relax along the more than 1,200-foot long Layzee River, bob over the waves on a tube in the Ocean in Motion wave pool, or lounge the day away under the canopy of a private cabana. But, lets be honest, you didn’t come to Myrtle Waves just to relax, you came for the thrill of the slides, chutes, and funnels.
With 20 acres and more than one million gallons of water, Myrtle Waves is just the place to satisfy your thirst for fun. Climb ten stories up to the top of the world’s tallest tubular waterslide, the Turbo Twisters, and slide at 50 feet per second down its enclosed slides. Hop on a single or double tube at Arooba Tooba and drop down and whirl around the giant funnel before getting sucked through the center and shot out into the pool below. Or, Whip through sharp curves and drops in complete darkness on the Night Flight slide.
If you have toddlers in your group, don’t worry, Myrtle Waves isn’t all thrilling adrenaline rides. For some fun for the little ones check out Bubble Bay. This 7,000 square foot leisure pool with water depths ranging from 6” to 18” is a great place to sit and play. Watch as they run under the three cascading water umbrellas, climb on secured, faux logs and alligators. You can also head on over the Saturation Station for more splashes, slides and waterfalls for the squirts. This Caribbean-themed island is an interactive water playground with a number of mini-scale slides and chutes for kids.
With over a dozen water-filled activities, food, drinks, shopping, and more, Myrtle Waves is a great place to spend the whole day with the family during your vacation. Admission to Myrtle Waves is $24 for guest 42” and taller and $19 for guest uner 42”. For more information about pricing, location, and hours, visit Myrtle Waves online or call (843) 919-9250.