Family Kingdom Myrtle Beach
Where are we going today?
If you want to spend some time right by the sea, enjoying over 35 rides with the family, then you will want to head to Family Kingdom!
This Myrtle Beach favorite has a host of old-time amusement park rides, including some modern additions!
There are thrill rides for those more adventurous souls in the family, with rides that will spin you, rides that will twist and turn you, and rides that will send you flying through the air! There are even those fun classic "thrilling" rides such as the bumper cars - nothing wrong with a little friendly competition!
If the thrills and screams aren't quite your thing, there are plenty of family and kiddie rides for you to choose from too! Family Kingdom has those classic amusement park attractions such as the Ferris wheel, charming carousel and that swinging ship, but there are also some other favorites to be enjoyed. Kids can take a ride in an antique car, or make a splash on the log flume.
There are even some bumper boats if the dodgem cars isn't quite enough!
Those super little ones have their own set of rides too, perfect for their age group. They can imagine themselves up in the air with the Red Baron, and have a go at being a racing champion with the Kiddie Speedway. They can even bounce around on the Frog Hopper and make their own mini splash with the canoes.
If the whole family love the idea of being future racing champions, then just as well, because there are two karting tracks for you to choose from! Get behind the wheel and see what you're made of!
On those warmer days you can cool down with Splashes, the only oceanfront water park in Myrtle Beach! With lazy rivers and super fun speed slides, you certainly won't be feeling the heat for long!
Family fun all around in Myrtle Beach!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$26.95 unlimited rides, $21.95 unlimited water park
- ChildrenWaterpark $18.95 for under 48"
When can we go?
Hours vary on the day and month
Theme park March to October, Water park May to September
They offer discounts for 24 or more people - make sure you book in advance!.
There are a number of concessions that you can pick up some tasty treats and lunch. No outside food allowed. .
Any Top Tips?
Only in the kiddie pools can you use flotation devices such as arm floats. .
Doing our bit
They have safety in mind all the time, so some of the attractions have height restrictions just to keep you safe!.
Need a little extra help?
If you have a special need, just speak to staff when you arrive to see what rides you are able to enjoy.
They don't sell swim diapers so make sure you bring them for the little ones.
You can leave the park and return anytime on the day of purchase. Keep your wristband on and to re-enter just show ride attendant..
What people are saying?
by Mike Ryan
I just moved down here from Baltimore .... I walked here and it reminds me of GYNN OAK park of Bawlmer.. I enjoyed the wooden roller coaster. PLENTY OF KIDDIE RIDES plus is a H2O park. I enjoyed the place. IF U go it brings the kid out of you.
by T gilly
my 15 and 13 year old liked it, but is probably the last time they go there. most of the rides are for smaller kids it seemed to them. wish the go carts were part of the wrist band. the wrist band is the best value if u are going to be there all day. especially because my kids rode the bumper cars like 5 times in a row. sometimes there were short short lines if there was a line at all, but it was kinda cold out (April 17) we did not buy the overpriced food, brought sandwiches in. my 15 year old 'passed' for 18 to ride the ferris wheel, but i was...Read More
by c clark
definitely a spot you have to bring the kids. right at the beach, so you can get an all day pass, go to the beach and come right back to the water park. staff was very helpful and polite. I will be coming back again
by Vanessa Colo
by Frederick Talton
Very nice little amusement park. Very clean. No crowds. Very nice people. Food not so good.
by T gilly
my 15 and 13 year old liked it, but is probably the last time they go there. most of the rides are for smaller kids it seemed to them. wish the go carts were part of the wrist band. the wrist band is the best value if u are going to be there all day. especially because my kids rode the bumper cars like 5 times in a row. sometimes there were short short lines if there was a line at all, but it was kinda cold out (April 17) we did not buy the overpriced food, brought sandwiches in. my 15 year old 'passed' for 18 to ride the ferris wheel, but i was right there and i think a nod of my head let the guy know that we were both aware that my kid was too young, but i was ok with it. i felt safe enough letting them go to the park by themselves after dinner, walking from our hotel. but it was a weeknight. might be a different crowd on the week end. they came back with large stuffed critters made in china. fun memories being made. thank you Myrtle Beach. :)