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Myrtle Waves Water Park pumps some 1.2 million gallons of water daily through churning wave pools, meandering rapids, super slides, and calming raft rides, perfect for cooling down during the hot South Carolina summer. The state’s largest water park features more than 30 attractions catering to both thrill seekers and the tiniest visitors.
Myrtle Waves Water Park is one of the most popular spots for families, particularly during the summer months. Admission is based on height (over or under 48 inches), and kids under two years of age get in free. Visitors planning to make multiple trips to the water park can opt for a weeklong pass (good for seven consecutive days), while budget travelers can save with a twilight ticket, which grants entrance three hours before closing. Park goers can also upgrade their ticket with unlimited rides on the park’s FlowRider surf simulator.
The water park is on Highway 17 Bypass in Myrtle Beach. The best way to get there is by car, and ample parking is available for vehicles of all sizes.
Myrtle Waves Water Park is open from May to early September, though hours can vary significantly throughout the season. Thursday night is family night, offering discounted admission for families in the late afternoon and evening hours. Sunday tends to be the quietest day.
Myrtle Waves Water Park is the largest in South Carolina, but it’s not the only water park on the Grand Strand. Wild Water & Wheels combines water park attractions with mini golf, bumper boats, and go carts. Splashes is an oceanfront water park just steps from the beach.