Lazy Rivers at Myrtle Beach Hotels
Depending on who’s in the water, sometimes they’re lazy, and other times they’re flat out crazy. That could be said about most aquatic activities on the Grand Strand, but here we’re talking about lazy rivers, those never-ending and free-flowing resort attractions.
The dimensions and settings vary from resort to resort, so here is a little bit of info on each to help you sort through the inner-tube options.
A 250-foot lazy river is part of this resort’s indoor water park, which also features the area’s first adult-sized indoor waterslides. That’s right – the kid’s aren’t the only ones that get to have all the fun here.
The block-long poolscape beside the main tower features not one, but two lazy rivers – one for the kids and one for the adults, but don’t be surprised to find some intermingling. In addition to the rivers, The Caravelle features all kinds of other indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a summer kid’s club and a 7th floor sun deck.
If you’ve ever been in a lazy river during the summer months, you know first-hand that they can get pretty crowded. Not that that’s always a bad thing, but to combat the traffic, Sea Watch has two 225-foot lazy rivers. Now if only we could get two Highway 501’s.
The lazy river at this quiet luxury resort is oceanfront, making for a relaxing float within earshot of the breaking waves. But that’s not all – the pool complex here also includes indoor and outdoor pools, Jacuzzis, and plenty of places for the kids to splash around.
There are plenty of ways to relax at this North Myrtle Beach luxury resort, but if you run out, there’s always the good old lazy river. In addition to the slow-flowing tube-ride, North Beach offers spa services, poolside cabanas, fine dining, and more.
A new addition to the Myrtle Beach skyline, this high-rise resort has all sorts of water-related spaces. In addition to a lazy river, Ocean’s One features indoor and outdoor pools with waterfalls, indoor and outdoor whirlpools, and an interactive splash area for the kids.
The lengthy, oceanfront lazy river here is just one perk at the resort that boasts Myrtle Beach’s most amenities. Drift along the river, hang out in one of their numerous indoor and outdoor pools and Jacuzzis, or tan it up on their expansive outdoor pool deck.
Landmark puts a unique twist on the standard lazy river, with their 300-foot heated ride meandering indoors and outdoors. Take the kids along for the journey, or drop them off at the Kiddie Lazy River, created solely for pint-sized people.
The 232-foot indoor lazy river here is a perfect way to cap off a long, hot day at the beach. But if the kid’s haven’t had enough fun in the sun, they’ll love the 150-foot outdoor river that’s within eyesight of several pools and hot tubs.
Strategically-located behind the rest of the water features, Hotel Blue’s lazy river is a relaxing getaway where guests can float peacefully while enjoying a cold drink. And when you’ve had enough of the laziness, check out South Carolina’s first swim-up pool bar and have some chit-chat with fellow vacationers.