Myrtle Beach is hot in summer, so it's little wonder that June through August this park is jampacked with families escaping the heat. The state's largest water park has 1 million gallons and some 20 acres of curves, waves, and swerves. Some 200,000 visitors come annually for the more than 30 rides and various attractions, including an Ocean in Motion Wave pool; the LayZee River, a slow, 3-mph ride around the park; and Bubble Bay, a 7,000-foot leisure pool with a trio of cascading water umbrellas. Other amusements include a Saturation Station with splashes, slides, and waterfalls, including a Caribbean-themed "volcano" -- the world's tallest tubular slides (10 stories high).
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- tel: 877/699-9200
- U.S. 17 Bypass at 10th Ave. N
- Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
- June to mid-Aug daily 10am-6pm; May and mid-Aug to early Sept, Sat-Sun and some weekdays 10am-5pm. Call ahead for specific days
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