Myrtle Waves is the largest water park in South Carolina. They are open during the summer season, usually from mid-May to mid-September. The attractions at Myrtle Waves run the gamut of everything from the toddler-oriented Bubble Bay to the Turbo Twister water slides.
Family Kingdom Amusement Park lives up to its name by offering affordable fun for the whole family. Family Kingdom Amusement Park has over 30 heart-pounding rides, including go-karts, a Ferris wheel, and tilt-a-whirl. Family Kingdom Amusement Park even has its own water park.
With over 100 quality courses, Myrtle Beach is a golfer's paradise. Often called the "Golf Capital of the World", Myrtle Beach's experience with golf dates back to the beginning of Sports Illustrated's first golf sales conference. Myrtle Beach Golf has all of the resources you need to put together your perfect golf vacation.
Landshark Bar & Grill is the perfect blend of ocean breezes, boardwalk action, spectacular views, great food, generous drinks, your favorite beach tunes, and good old-fashioned fun. The vibe will take you back to the “beach joints” that once dotted the Atlantic coast.
As one of the largest indoor malls in South Carolina, the Coastal Grand Mall has both indoor and outdoor shopping areas all on one floor. Its businesses include five anchor stores (including Sears, Belk, JCPenney, and Dillard's), a 14-screen movie theater, a food court, and roughly 170 stores in total.
At Broadway at the Beach it's all about more. This includes more of the greatest dining, more of the greatest shopping, and more of the greatest entertainment you can find in Myrtle Beach. A few examples of the attractions you will find at this sprawling commercial complex are: Ripley's Aquarium, mini golf courses, Nascar Speedpark, and Carousel Park.
Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) is the lift off and landing site for both domestic and international flights from many major airlines. Taxis and shuttles depart from the end of the building (luggage claim area), and a public bus (Coast RTA) services the area, connecting Myrtle Beach city center to the airport.