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Wild Water & Wheels in Surfside Beach, SC

910 Hwy. 17 SouthSurfside Beach, SC 29575  
Wild Water & Wheels is a 16 acre water park filled with more than 33 exciting rides. They include high speed flumes, our wipe out wave pool, waterfalls, a complete water playground for kids, mini golf, food court, lockers, shower facilities and carnival rides.

There are also bumper boats and go-karts for all ages. It's a complete fun center package for the entire family.

Full park access includes water park plus unlimited bumper boats, go-karts and mini golf.


Please note: Coolers are not allowed.
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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: TripAdvisor user rating 4.00 out of 5
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Sunday, Jun 26, 2016

Departure Date:

Saturday, Jul 2, 2016

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Overview

An exciting amusement park located at Surfside Beach, the 16-acre Wild Water & Wheels features a variety of thrill rides and water attractions for guests of all ages. The park features 24 slides—one of which was deemed the “best scary ride” by Southern Living Magazine—plus a 950-foot lazy river, a wave pool, bumper boats, go-karts, an 18-hole miniature golf course and other exciting family rides.

Highlights

from Ashley, one of our Surfside Beach Travel Experts
  • More than 33 rides.
  • 950-foot lazy river.
  • Go-karts.
  • 18-hole mini-golf.
  • Bumper boats.
  • Water slides.
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Good To Know

from Savannah, our Surfside Beach Market Manager
  • Lockers available for daily fee.
  • Children ages 1-2 free.
  • Re-entry allowed on same day visit.
  • Food court on-site.
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Description

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Wild Water & Wheels is a 16 acre water park filled with more than 33 exciting rides. They include high speed flumes, our wipe out wave pool, waterfalls, a complete water playground for kids, mini golf, food court, lockers, shower facilities and carnival rides.

There are also bumper boats and go-karts for all ages. It's a complete fun center package for the entire family.

Full park access includes water park plus unlimited bumper boats, go-karts and mini golf.


Please note: Coolers are not allowed.
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Wild Water & Wheels in Surfside Beach, South Carolina
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Shakiia Walker Laurel Springs, NJ
1 Review
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"Oh what fun!"
Reviewed June, 2016 NEW
The experience was superb! My children didn't want to leave!

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Robert Buonforte Columbia, SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Pleasant Day"
Reviewed June, 2016 NEW
Many fun things to do. Slides for every age. Racing, Putt Putt, Arcade, etc. With reservemyrtlebeach the prices are great. Only down side, food to pricey and more chairs needed????

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Chris Wilson Ashland City, TN
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wild Water & Wheels Myrtle Beach"
Reviewed November, 2015
I have a 7 year old and a 10 year old. There was plenty to do for both and I had a great time as well. There are other water parks in the area and we actually drove by them to check them out before we decided. The biggest thing for me was it was clean and safe. Another park had broken alcohol bottles out in the parking lot and people obviously intoxicated. I would strongly recommend Wild Water & Wheels to anyone visiting with children. The price was fair and well worth it. The other parks were about the same price, but I felt it was by far the best for cleanliness and safety.
Tip: It's fun for all ages. Clean and safe.

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Matthew Wilson Wallace, WV
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wild water and wheels"
Reviewed October, 2015
The water park had something for all the age groups of our family and was well worth the money.
Tip: No shoe holders

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Charlotte Long Leland, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wonderful day at the water park!"
Reviewed October, 2015
Purchased tickets to the water park for myself, and my 2 boys. We met up with some friends and their boys and had a wonderful day at the park. Saved money by purchasing tickets on Reserve Myrtle Beach.
Tip: Take plenty of sunscreen!

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Antoneta Avila New Haven, CT
1 Review
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"My Views"
Reviewed July, 2015
The park is nice but more for the younger age then the older from my point of view.. It was small which was a plus when you have little ones.. My son is 2 and he loved it.. It was perfect for him my 16 year not as much.. I would definitely take my son again..

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Austin Allison Mcbee, SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"My experience."
Reviewed February, 2015
I loved wild, water, and wheels! We took our 3 year old daughter and she enjoyed it as well! I liked it so much bc it had so much stuff for her to do, including more than one kiddie pool! We will definitely be going back as soon as it warms up!

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Jeffrey Wright Gaston, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great Water Park"
Reviewed February, 2015
This is a great water park for kids of all ages, friendly staff, and very clean!! A must do for a family vacation. Also go ahead and get the full park pass for a full day of activities.
Tip: All you need to bring is you and a towel and have fun

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LaxLifeMa

Boiling Springs, South Carolina

"Late day special is the way to go! "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed June 22, 2016 NEW

Not a huge water park - definitely wouldn't take an entire day for just the water park. They had an afternoon special that gave us 3 hours in the park (it varies between 3-6 hours depending on closing time) and saved us almost $9 a person. Just enough time to do everything and feel like we got our money's worth.

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Daniel S


"Grest time for all."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed June 22, 2016 NEW

Wonderful fun for our family from ages 6, 9, and 11. My youngest was able to ride everything except 2 tall slides. We went when the park opened and we're able to hit the tube rides before they were busy. Now we packed a lunch and ate at picnic tables in the parking lot. They do not allow coolers. I would of gave a 5 stars, but it looks like certain areas need updated and maintenance. Just need some details to up keep. ie...get rid of old sun chairs, fix or paint side walks, get rid of old or faded tubes, mats, lastly fix the mat slide.. a little rusted, out dated and old. LAST THING, we didn't do the go carts. I didn't think it was worth it. Two tracks...trust me not worth it, if you like go carts. Governed, old, singles and doubled. One track was just for small kids. Oh, we bought tickets online which was cheaper!

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Nightowl50

Irmo, South Carolina

"Certainly an eventful day, but it turned out fine"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed June 22, 2016 NEW

So our family vacations in Surfside / Garden City S.C. almost every summer - same week, same area. We have anywhere from 16-20 in our party from year to year, adults and kids of all ages, and one thing we are always sure to do is take a visit to the water park for a day. The little ones have a blast, and the big kids like being able to roam freely without adults, while the adults get a chance to unwind and relax a bit as well. In addition, my sister lives down here and has season passes, so her and the kids frequent the park two or three times a week. We arrived at the park when it opened, right around 10am, and were able to get right in and find chairs in the wave pool area, which is where most of the kids in our family like to congregate. The kids applied sunscreen and took off for the water, and some of us adults also slowly wandered out into the water to cool off. We waited around 45 minutes for the pool to start making waves, but nothing happened. Finally, one of our party members asked a lifeguard about when the waves would begin, and we found out that the wave making machine was broken, so the wave pool would only be a giant swimming pool today - no waves. Needless to say, all of us were very disappointed, mainly because this was the 3rd time in 4 years that the wave pool was "broken" on the day we visited. Oh well, what can you do, right? Around an hour later, the clouds started to darken, and we checked our phones to see that a storm was approaching, and that there was lightening in the area. My sister, a park veteran, said that they would monitor it, and give an alarm if the storm was deemed dangerous. We continued to wait for this "alarm", as the wind picked up, and finally decided on our own to make our way inside, which turned out to be a great decision because as we approached the restaurant area, the skies opened up and we were hit with a violent storm. As the storm subsided, we made our way outside to assess the weather and make a decision about the remainder of our day. My sister informed us that if the park closes before 3pm due to weather, they will give rainchecks for a future visit. No sooner did she say this, another storm began to form, and finally the park announced that it would be closing for the day, and to proceed inside to pick up rainchecks. At that same time, one of our family members tracked down a manager, and proceeded to tell him about the wave pool being broken yet again, and without hesitation this gentlemen offered all of us full refunds for our troubles. Those that did not want to return were able to get their money back, while those that wanted to come back the next day received rainchecks. Wild Water is a great waterpark with lots to do. It's kept very clean, and despite being extremely busy all day, things run very smoothly. You feel very safe with all of the lifeguards on duty, and the lines for the popular attractions actually move pretty quickly. We will definitely return again next year, hopefully to a working wave pool!

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Diane G


"Great family day!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 21, 2016 NEW

Lines were not long and we had great weather, Only disappointment was my grandson not being able to ride some things definitly thought he would have geen fine and safe.

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Samara T

Queens NY

"Small, but fun"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed June 15, 2016 NEW

My parents are Hilton Grand Vacation owners, so we got free admission into the water park. The free admission doesn't include the mini-golf or go-carts however. This water park is tiny compared to the ones I've been to in the past, but there was absolutely no wait on all of the rides. My favorites were the lazy river and the wave pool.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wild Water & Wheels

Are coolers, outside food or drink allowed inside the waterpark?
No, but a picnic area is available right outside the front entrance by the pond.


Are lockers available inside the park?
Lockers are available for a daily rental fee. Wild Water recommends you secure all valuables either in your locked vehicle or in a locker located inside the park.

Are life vests available for small children?
Yes, life vests are available on the ropes on the side of the wave pool on a first come, first serve basis at no charge.

Can you leave the park and re-enter?
Yes, as long as you keep your armband on.

What age are children free?
Ages 1 and 2 are FREE.

Who is included in the children's price?
Children under 48 inches tall.  Children 48 inches tall and above will be charged the adult price..

Are changing and shower facilities available?
Yes, there are two changing and shower facilities. One is located inside the arcade building and another by the wave pool.

Is there a charge for inner tubes or slide mats for the attractions?
No, Wild Water provides complimentary inner tubes and slide mats on all attractions that require them.

What should you wear to the waterpark?
Proper swimming attire is required. Clothing with metal rivets are not allowed.

Do you have a food court?
Yes, there are a variety of meal options for everyone's appetite in our food court. We also have a variety of food stands and vending machines throughout the park.

What ages can ride go-karts or bumper boats?
Wild Water has a variety of go-karts and bumper boats for riders ranging from 6 years and up.

Do you have to use all-you-can-ride passes on the same day of purchase?
Yes.

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