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Myrtle Waves Water Park, Myrtle Beach SC

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


Website: www.myrtlewaves.com


Sports Illustrated for Kids "No limits Road Trip 2003 Tour" sponsored by Lego will be at Myrtle Waves on July 30 and 31st. Showtimes - 12:00 noon, 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Click here for more information!

With twists, turns, rides and slides for all ages, Myrtle Waves Water Park is cool way to spend a hot summer day. With more than 30 rides and one million gallons of water, Myrtle Waves also boasts a special children's area and award-winning lifeguards for your safety!

South Carolina's largest water park, presents 20 acres of swerves, curves, waves and chutes and more than one million gallons of water. One price covers all 32 rides and attractions for a full day of cool fun. Attracting more than 200,000 visitors each year, Myrtle Waves has entertained more than 3 ½ million people visiting the Grand Strand since its debut in 1985. Myrtle Waves Water Park is open mid-May to mid-September and daily June - August.

Ocean In Motion Wave Pool
You don't have to worry about salt and sand in our ocean. Our 20,000 square foot Ocean In Motion delivers perfect, crystal clear waves everytime! Splash in the surf or ride the waves! Come try our new wave generators, creating up to 8 kinds of waves! This is South Carolina's largest wave pool with water depths from zero to six feet. It generates waves up to four feet in timed intervals.

LayZee River
Spend your day drifting lazily under the Carolina sun. The LayZee River takes you on a slow, 3 mph trip around the park, so it's perfect for all ages. The Lay Zee River is a continuous slow-flowing water winding more than 1,200 feet with single or double inner tubes.

Bubble Bay
Enjoy a 7,000 foot leisure pool with water depths from six to eighteen inches. It has three cascading water umbrellas and numerous bubble jets around the edges.

Saturation Station
An island of splashes, squirts, slides and waterfalls, the Caribbean-themed
Saturation Station's main attraction is its 700-gallon volcano that soaks guests every 6-8 minutes. The interactive, water playground also contains three fiberglass slides up to ten feet tall, two four-level platforms connected by wood plank bridges, water shooters and several continually flowing water fountains.

Turbo Twisters/Riptide Rockets
Hold on tight for the ride of your life. Climb 10 stories high to the top of the world's tallest tubular slides, the Turbo Twisters. These three completely enclosed dark tubes will send you spiraling down through the darkness at an exhilarating 50 feet per second. The Turbo Twisters are not for the faint-of-heart. For another great rush, stop half way up and catch a ride on the Riptide Rockets, two side-by-side slides that will send you airborne before final splashdown. It's pulse-pounding excitement! Each flume is more than 350-feet long equaling more than 1,300 total linear feet.

Pipeline Plunge
Hold on and see why "twist and shout" is the perfect description for this exhilarating rush. Two fast, intertwined, fully enclosed translucent tubes.

Racin' River
A 250-foot peanut-shaped river flowing at 10 mph. Riders are provided skimmer boards.

Super Chute
A 20-foot long enclosed tube with four-foot vertical drop into eight feet of water.

Snake Mountain
Three serpentine inner tube slides. The Python has gradual curves that make it perfect for parents riding with small children. The Water Moccasin is a middle speed run that's also great for parents with small children. The King Cobra is the fastest of the rides on Snake Mountain.

Two parallel body slides. A smaller version of Riptide Rockets.
A rapid body slide for children under 48 inches tall.

Night Flight
Two black enclosed inner tube slides featuring sharp curves in dark, foggy tunnels.

Other Features
Award winning lifeguards on duty at all times
Showers / Changing Facilities
Locker Rentals
Handicap-accessible restrooms
Shaded pavilions perfect for group outings and cookouts
In-park food and retail outlets
Sand volleyball used for competitions or friendly play (must provide deposit)

Burroughs & Chapin Company, Inc., a privately held company based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a leader in the fields of entertainment, property development, property management and agriculture. The company's service to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand dates back to the late 1800's and includes the development of shopping malls, golf complexes, recreation and amusement facilities, retail shopping centers, and residential and resort communities.
Among the company's better known entertainment properties are the 50-year-old oceanfront Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park, Myrtle Waves Water Park, and NASCAR SpeedParks. Residential/resort communities include Grande Dunes, a 2,500-acre four-star development that extends from the Atlantic Ocean west across the Intracoastal Waterway. Shopping developments include Myrtle Square Mall, the area's first enclosed mall; Broadway at the Beach, an award-winning 250-acre festive shopping, entertainment and dining complex; and the Coastal Grand Mall, a 1.5 million square foot joint venture with CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. 

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