Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Escape the heat and dive into endless aquatic adventures at Myrtle Beach's thrilling water parks. From towering water slides to lazy rivers winding through lush landscapes, these parks offer refreshing fun for the whole family. Feel the rush of adrenaline as you plunge down exhilarating slides or catch a wave in the wave pools, providing excitement for thrill-seekers of all ages. For those seeking a more relaxing experience, grab a tube and float along the gentle currents of the lazy rivers, soaking in the sun and scenery. With a variety of attractions and amenities, Myrtle Beach water parks promise a splashing good time for everyone, making them a must-visit destination during your beach vacation.
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the best waterpark in Myrtle Beach?

All Myrtle Beach waterparks are a ton of fun in their own right, so much so that it’s hard to pick one that’s better than the other. Myrtle Waves Water Park is the biggest water park at 20-acres, with 24 different waterslides and attractions. Wild Water & Wheels Adventure Park is also blast, and has some of the fastest slides in the city!

2. What waterparks are available in Myrtle Beach?

There is so much fun in the sun to be had when in Myrtle Beach, and visiting the local waterparks are a great way to enjoy it! Myrtle Waves Water Park and Wild Water & Wheels Adventure Park are two of the most popular waterparks in Myrtle Beach.

3. How long does it take to experience everything at the waterpark?

This varies from person to person, depending on how much time you spend in the lazy river, and how many times you go down your favorite waterslide! Generally, groups will spend about 2-6 hours at the waterpark.

4. Are Myrtle Beach waterparks handicap accessible?

Unfortunately, Myrtle Beach waterparks are not handicap accessible, and service dogs are not allowed. If you’re looking for handicap accessible activities in Myrtle Beach, feel free to call a TripShock customer service agent for assistance.

5. Are life jackets available for use at the park?

Life jackets and tubes are provided free of charge on a first-come first serve-basis. If your child uses a life jacket, it is recommended to bring one with you. Please note that guests may not bring any personal floatation devices into the park except for Coast Guard approved life jackets.


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