This is one of the declining numbers of sea-fronting amusement parks, replete with roller coasters, carousels, cotton candy, the largest Ferris wheel in South Carolina, and a beachfront water park that includes at least six water slides, lots of splashing fountains, and an interconnected series of lazy river-style swimming pools. A few of the park's attractions were salvaged from the Pavilion, a now-defunct venue that evokes nostalgia in the hearts of many local residents. The majority of the park's 30 rides, however, are high-tech enough to generate excitement, and traditional enough to still evoke memories of Clarence the Clown and spun-sugar candy.
- © Frommer's 2013
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