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

3 Reviews
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 NEW
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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Elise N
Lakewood, Ohio
"Awesome family day trip!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 19, 2018 NEW
This was an awesome day trip!! We decided to rent a cabana and it was well worth it! It was 90 degrees and we would have probably left if we weren’t able to get a break from the sun. We stayed all day so it was well worth the money! Plus with the cabana rental you get souvenir cups with $0.99 refills and 15% off food. The lazy river was huge! The water slides were all awesome! For as many people as there were the waits for the slides were pretty fast. There was only 1 downfall.... when we were calling to reserve our cabana for the day we had to call 3 different times to talk to someone instead of being transferred to a voicemail. We tried to do it online but it would only let us do it for the next day. So my advice to you is do the cabana and make it an all day thing and you won’t be disappointed!!
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Joy S
"Great for a Sunday afternoon family outing"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed June 18, 2018 NEW
We were not too happy about the 'twilight' price increase for 3 hours (3pm to 6pm) for $22 but it was not crowded, minimal lines. Life guards seemed engaged and attentive. landscaping and park appearance was clean and inviting. slightly confusing about which floats to use for which rides until you reach the top of the ride or front of the line but there are usually extra approved floats available or staff will make an exception since you waiting in line 10 minutes already. We brought in bottled water which was not an issue. I'd do this again if I had discount coupons or the price was back to the original cost for twilight.
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kdelaughter
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
"Fun, Clean Waterpark"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 18, 2018 NEW
We had a group of 13: young toddlers, older kids, parents and grands. Everyone enjoyed the day at Myrtle Waves! The older kids rode all the slides in the park and didn't have a single complaint. We went in early June, and maybe school wasn't out yet, but there were hardly any wait times, which was a plus! The little kids had a blast in both areas for smaller kids and we all made several trips to the lazy river. Only complaint: the wave rider is not included with the general admission (crazy?). Overall, fun trip for all ages at a great price!
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Jeff P
Cincinnati, Ohio
"Decent water park if you avoid the Turbo Twisters"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed June 16, 2018 NEW
The first water slides my son and I went down at the park were the Turbo Twisters. These are tall, twisty, enclosed water body slides near the front of the park which are painted black on the inside so they are pitch black in there. My 15 year old son went on the "fast" one and I went on the "slow" one. We both reached the bottom of the slide with major friction burns on the bottoms of our feet. The tubes had very little water flowing through them and most of the tube was bone dry. You fly through the tubes and cannot see where you are going due to them being black to have any chance to adjust your feet (even if you had time) to avoid touching the very, very dry sides of the tubes. Thus the friction burns to both of us. They caused big blisters and made walking around the park very uncomfortable for us the rest of the day. We both wish we had never slid down them and I highly, highly recommend staying away from them unless you want your day ruined. It is obviously a serious design flaw since it happened to both of us independently. The rest of the park is actually pretty decent. The wave pool is large and warm although with very long pauses between wave sessions and the waves are not very big. There were plenty of shaded chairs. We liked the lazy river which was long and had a good current flowing throughout. The various inner tube slides were fun (the Rockin Ray was our favorite). Whatever you do, stay far, far away from the Turbo Twisters.
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pbs734
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
"Local not happy with new management "
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed June 15, 2018 NEW
I’ve been coming to Myrtle Waves since I was a kid. Now that I have my own family I chose to take them there yesterday. Spent 90 dollars walked in took about 20 minutes to get the little ones sun screened and suited up. ( those with kids know how fun that is) 10 minutes later as we are getting our toes in the water it begins raining. There was also a great deal of lightning as well. Since I didn’t want to electrocute my daughter and the rain seemed and did not stop for hours we left. Much to our displeasure we said not rain checks. They always had done this in the past. I guess the new management doesn’t care because most of their business are tourists. However I’m not and a local business owner. Please enter at your own risk or take the trip down to Surfside to Wild Water. They also run many specials throughout to week and give rain checks.
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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.