Myrtle Waves Water Park in Myrtle Beach, SC

3000 Mr. Joe White AveMyrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Overview

Dive into memorable fun at Myrtle Waves. South Carolina’s largest waterpark boasts 22 slides and attractions with 1.2 million gallons of water. Featuring endless fun for all ages, top attractions include the FlowRider®, Super Chute, Turbo Twisters, Lazy River, and Ocean in Motion Wave Pool. From extreme thrills to family-friendly pools, a trip to Myrtle Waves is the best way to spend a summer day.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Myrtle Beach Travel Experts
  • Typically open from mid-May until mid-September.
  • Water park attractions available for all ages.
  • The park staffs over 100 thoroughly trained lifeguards.
  • Outside food and beverages are not allowed inside the park.

Description

from Myrtle Waves Water Park
Splash into fun at Myrtle Waves Water Park, South Carolina's largest water park, with over 20 acres of swerves, curves, waves and chutes and more than one million gallons of water. Slide down the extreme water attraction, the Rockin Ray, catch a wave in the Ocean in Motion Wave Pool, get drenched at the Saturation Station kids’ play area, or catch a ride on Arooba Tooba where you never have the same swirl twice!

All-day summer fun at Myrtle Waves Water Park is priced right! Bring the entire family and all of your friends for a full DAY of splash-packed adventure.

With 24 slides, pools and play areas, plus 1.2 million gallons of family fun, Myrtle Waves is the coolest place in Myrtle Beach. Float in the wave pool, rent a private cabana, scream on exciting slides including the newest additions, The Rockin Ray and the Tsunami FlowRider®, splash in the kid's play areas, dine, shop and more.

The park includes free parking, shower and changing facilities, complimentary life jackets and locker rentals.

Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer Reviews

8 Reviews
nicole martin-henning
Coon Rapids, MN
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great Water Park!"
June, 2018 NEW
We visited this water park on the last day of our vacation. It is a ten minute drive to the airport so it was an excellent activity to do before we had to fly out. Lots of water slides for all different comfort levels and a very nice lazy river! Very large area for younger kids as well. Snack and food options are available at reasonable prices! Definitely worth the cost.
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Tip: You can bring one bottle of water into the park but they have refillable mugs to purchase. We kept a cooler in the car to save a little money and just refilled our water bottles.

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Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer
Myrtle Beach , SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Good water park"
June, 2018 NEW
For as old as the park is it's been well maintained. There's lots of staff around. Majority of the staff is probably in middle or high school but they are very helpful and professional! There should probably be more attractions because the ones currently there have been around for years. It feels overcrowded especially at the wave pool. The only negative is that the prices are high and they don't do any types of discounts even for locals.
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Rachel Henrich
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Worth going"
June, 2018 NEW
In Ohio we have tons of cool water parks so this one met all the criteria for all ages but it's not an all day waterpark. Maybe something to do for a morning or afternoon. It had a toddler wading pool that was a decent size BUT I DO WARN YOU everyone is allowed in this area...we had a daycamp come in with about 20-25 kids ranging from 7-10 yrs old in this toddler wading pool where the deepest part is 2 ft. There is a jungle gym area, handful of big water slides, and a wave pool also. Oh and if you want to PAY EXTRA for the surf area there is one (not sure why it's not included)
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Tip: States it's large but it's maybe medium size, food is decent priced, and if you have toddlers the pool is a decent size with a lot if activities.

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Sarabeth Williams
Columbia, SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"mrytle waves water park"
June, 2018 NEW
I went with my bf and had a lot of fun, there were lots of big water slides.
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Tip: The cheapest tickets are online and food is very pricey at the water park.

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Brittany Keels
Fayetteville, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Best family trip in years"
June, 2018 NEW
We had a blast!!! Been a long time since we have found a perfect family adventure!! We loved this place good is very affordable lines are short and you need to be prepared for a day of fun!!!
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Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer
Galivants Ferry , SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Local Resident"
June, 2018 NEW
My children and I had an awesome time, we will be returning soon
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Tip: Take sunscreen

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Jessica Trejo
Linville, VA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"We had a Blast!"
June, 2018 NEW
Prices were reasonable. Rides were fun as always. We come every year were on vacation. We love myrtle waves.
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Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer
Seneca, SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Not so wavy!"
June, 2018
Three of the big slides were not running. You have to pick you back side up or get it knocked off on black slide. I was made to take my Sandles off, then also knocked my the heal of my foot off. Went to get lunch and one of the fryers wasn’t working so the line was long and not moving. They did have good French fries, my kids even made that comment.
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TripAdvisor Reviews
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MollyBea217
"Average Water Park"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 11, 2018 NEW
I took my grandkids, ages 11 & 14, there are in July. It is a spacious park, but not as wonderful as advertised. The lazy river was fun for all of us. The swimming pool is your basic pool, somewhat crowded, but that’s to be expected. Both kids stood in line for the slides for a long time. That’s circular slide near the entrance gate was their number one pick. In general the park is just OK. It was something to keep the kids bust for an afternoon. It wasn’t the cheapest, approximately $100 dollars for the three of us just for the entrance fee, but the kids were cooled off by all the water.
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Amanda S
Flint, Michigan
"Basic water park"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 10, 2018 NEW
The water park has all your basic slides and wave pool. It didn’t seem like there was near enough inner tubes for the rides. It was very clean and there was plenty of lounge chairs and umbrellas for shade.
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Kia F
Savannah, Georgia, United States
"Great Park"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 10, 2018 NEW
My family found tickets on Groupon which made it cheaper. The park was clean and we had a ball. All of the rides were fun and safe. We will visit again if ever in Myrtle Beach.
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NCSHELLEY
Charlotte, North Carolina
"Options for Different Ages"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 08, 2018 NEW
Visited on a Friday with two 11 year old girls. We were there around 10:30. Left for lunch (food is expensive) because it thundered & we had to get out of the pool. So, you can re-enter within the same day. Would not recommend taking valuables inside unless you have someone who will be sitting with your things. Many large family groups there and would be great to do with a group. They offer weekly and seasonal passes. Would consider a weekly pass next year so I don’t feel like I have to stay the whole day. We stayed until 5 and it was much less crowded at that time. Many lifeguards. Large wave pool, lazy river, slides of varying heights. Some require climbing many stairs but some have ramps and fewer stairs. All slides may not be open every day. Wait times were longer on the highest slides. There were some slides with 2 person tubes if you have a “hesitant” rider. Check website for height requirements. Keep in mind that you may not be able to get lounge chairs under shade.
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owingsmillsguy33
Owings, Maryland
"FUN IN THE SUN!!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 08, 2018 NEW
One day, we decided to go here. Found a good coupon and spent the day floating in a real lazy river and playing in the wave pool!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Myrtle Waves Water Park

When is the park open?
The park is typically open from mid-March to mid-September with varying hours of operation dependent on the day of the week.

Can I bring my own tubes, rafts, or lifejackets?
No. Guests may not bring any personal flotation devices into the park with the exception of Coast Guard approved life jackets. Life jackets and tubes are provided free of charge on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Can I bring my own food?
Myrtle Waves provides a picnic area outside of the main entrance of the park. Guests are able to enjoy their picnic in this area but are not allowed to bring any outside food or beverage into the facility except one water bottle per person. Bags will be checked before park entry.

Can I leave and re-enter the park on the same day?
Yes, simply keep your wristband on and you will gain re-entry into the park.

What happens in the case of bad weather during my visit?
It is advised that you check the local forecast for the Myrtle Beach area prior to your visit. Myrtle Waves Water Park does not close slides due to rain. However, in the event of thunder and lightning, attractions will be temporarily closed.

Is parking available?
Yes.

Do the water slides and attractions have height and weight requirements?
There are no height restrictions on Saturation Station, Bubble Bay, the Ocean in Motion Wave Pool, and the Lazy River. Riders must be taller than 42″ inches to ride all slides. All slides have a 250 lb. weight restriction. Children under 48″ must wear a life-vest in the Racin’ River. Arooba Tooba and Snake Mountain both have a 250 lb single rider and 400 lb. Double rider weight restriction.

Are lockers available for rent?
Yes. We encourage using a locker to store all valuables and personal items. Lockers can be rented with cash and/or credit/debit cards.