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Hi there, I’m Mona. Welcome. I am excited to share my knowledge about resorts on this site. Resorts do not just provide a nice place for you to stay, but they also give you activities to complete on your own or with a group. You may visit a spa, go on a horseback ride or take a tour of the city while staying at the resort. I will use this site to explore all of the different activities you can enjoy while staying at resort on your vacation. Please come back daily to learn about the different resort types available today. Thank you.



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3 Family-Friendly Activities In Myrtle Beach For When Your Kids Get Sick Of The Ocean

by Rene Castillo

Do you and your family have an upcoming vacation planned in Myrtle Beach? You'll probably spend much of your time on the beach enjoying the sand and the ocean. Myrtle Beach has one of the most beautiful and enjoyable beaches on the east coast. However, if you have kids, you'll likely reach a point during your trip when they want to do something other than go to the beach. That's especially true of young kids, who can quickly grow tired of the sand and sun. Below are a few family-friendly activities to help you have fun even if you're not at the beach:

Water parks. Myrtle Beach is home to several water parks, which can be a fun experience, especially if your children want to go swimming, but don't necessarily want to hit the beach. Many of the parks have wave pools, which can help your kids even still get the experience of swimming in the ocean. Other attractions include twisting slides, lazy rivers, group rafting rides, and more. All of Myrtle Beach's water parks are open all through the summer, usually from early in the morning to dusk, so you can make a whole day of it.

Miniature golf. There is no shortage of miniature golf courses in Myrtle Beach. All you need to do is take a drive through the main strip and you'll see plenty of them. Mini golf is a fun experience for kids of all ages, especially if they have a bit of a competitive streak. You'll find plenty of themed courses with everything from pirate ships to erupting volcanoes. Some courses may also have other attractions like an arcade or go-karts. And if it rains, Myrtle Beach has a few indoor mini golf courses, too.

Museums and other attractions. Your kids probably don't want their beach vacation to turn into an educational trip. Don't worry. The museums and other attractions in Myrtle Beach place an emphasis on fun. There are wax museums, a children's science museum, and two different aquariums. Myrtle Beach is also home to an expansive zoo and garden center where your kids can get up close with local wildlife like birds, otters, and horses. Also, be sure to check out Myrtle Beach's giant ferris wheel, where you and your kids can see the entire city and coastline. The ferris wheel is especially fun at night, when Myrtle Beach is completely lit up.

Myrtle Beach is a great place for a family vacation. If you're looking for other activities, talk to the staff at your hotel. Most Myrtle Beach hotels have a concierge or other staff member who is happy to recommend activities. To learn more, contact a Myrtle Beach hotel like Marina Inn at Grande Dunes