Best Myrtle Beach Hotel Water Parks
Even the most dedicated beach-enthusiasts find themselves burnt out on sand and salt and sun sometimes. And because this is has always been all but inevitable, the hotel pool was invented.
Pretty much every Myrtle Beach hotel and resort has some sort of off-beach water to splash around in, but as any true tourist knows, not all pools are created equal. In fact, several resorts have gone beyond the standard indoor-outdoor pool with adjacent hot tubs to create their own water parks.
And because you probably haven’t stayed in every Myrtle Beach hotel, here’s a list of what we consider the best of the best water parks at Myrtle Beach hotels.
Guests here can stay entertained and refreshed for hours at Myrtle Beach’s only indoor water park. Rainy days, sunburnt days – no problem. The complex here includes a Silly Submarine pool for kids, a teen pool where games of basketball and volleyball are usually taking place, an adult speed slide, lazy rivers, whirlpools, and much more. You really might never leave the resort.
The water park here is oceanfront, which means that the beauty of the Atlantic is still in view while you and the kids enjoy the attractions. The Pirates Plunge Waterslide invites vacationers off all ages to enjoy the twisting and turning ride, while the Silly Submarine Pool is a great place to watch the younger crowd splash around and let loose.
The recently-renovated water park at this south end resort features humongous slides for guest’s to enjoy. The two adult slides start off 40-feet in the air before delivering adventure-seekers 300-feet through twists and turns and into the pool below. For kids, an 8-foot tall, 20-foot long slide will give them just the thrill they need before splashing around the silly sub and treehouse. These attractions are open year-round and free for all guests of the resort.
Excitement and relaxation are side-by-side at this Oceanside waterpark. Slide down their two newest attractions – The Schooner Screamer and The Compass Cruiser – until you’re all raced-out, then hop in one of their three lazy rivers (one indoor, one outdoor, one half-and-half) to wind down afterwards. The park also features a kiddie pool and silly submarine, as well as several pools and hot tubs.
In addition to the 15 pools, hot tubs, and lazy rivers, Captain’s Quarters Resort is home to Shipwreck Lagoon Kids’ Waterpark, a water-wonderland featuring water cannons, mushroom water falls, leaky barrels, water-dumping buckets, and a genuine pirate! And when they’ve worn themselves out, take a float on one of their two lazy rivers and relax as a family.
At the H2OASIS Waterpark, guests can enjoy all manner of fun in the water as well as nine holes of mini golf. The wading pool features waterfalls, barrel bucket dumps, rain tree umbrellas, and bar jet tunnels, with other amenities including pools and hot tubs, of course. Just to be clear – Landmark has a waterpark and a putt-putt course on-site, for free, so guests don’t even have to leave the resort.
The attractions here are mostly geared towards the kids, which can be a great things if you need it to be. Watch as your little ones entertain themselves in the interactive splash and play area, with spouting-seahorses, a mushroom waterfall, and docked ship. But if your vacation team consists only of adults, don’t worry – there are indoor pools, outdoor pools, water falls, whirlpools, lazy rivers, and more.
This shallow-water playground features a silly submarine, waterfalls, a wrecked pirate ship, rain-makers, and climbable silly spray tubes. Watch your kids while they wear themselves out, then head over to their large outdoor pool, long lazy river, or any number of hot tubs.