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Myrtle Waves Water Park Myrtle Beach

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Myrtle Waves Water Park
HWY 17 Bypass and 10th Avenue N
Myrtle Beach
SC
29577
Tel: 843 448 1026

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South Carolina's largest water park, presents 20 acres of swerves, curves, waves and chutes and more than one million gallons of water.
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    Not worth the trip. The staff is totally friendly and all, but this was a waste of money. You're much better off relaxing at the beach and boardwalk.

    There's really only three real water slides, and the rest of the park is for younger children; not ideal for teens and adults.

    The food is expensive and the prices are pretty up there ($25 for 42"+).

    Half the rides were closed off, and within ten minutes of arriving, all rides were closed due to weather, but the park itself wasn't closed. My family couldn't get a refund or even a ticket to come...Read More

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    Not sure what people are looking for, it's a water park in Myrtle beach which is a very crowded area in the summer so of course there will be lines. We went with 5 kids, usually waited no more than 5 or 10 minutes to go down a slide. The food was more than acceptable for a water park, especially the pizza. The first day we went storms came and the rides closed down, true we would have had to wait for a raincheck but you can go back the next day for free anyways so that's what we did. Kids had a wonderful time, probably the best 2 days of the...Read More

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    Let me first say that PLEASE DO NOT spend money on anything but the tickets. They say food and drinks are not allowed BUT on the side of the entrance are three full sized picnic tables where you can enjoy lunch with your family. Load the remains into the car and go back inside the park. The cabana is a waste of money. Just get there early and sit your entire family under the large umbrellas they provide. It's perfect! The rides were great and the pool is very clean. The staff is better when you get passed the busy ones at the entrance. The lifeguards...Read More

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    Buyer beware! I feel taken advantage of and ripped off. I went on Aug 21, 2014 and did not find out until I had already purchased my tickets on line that only HALF of the park would be open. I checked the calendar to make sure it was open, reviewed operating hours and never saw anything that said it would only be half. Sure there was a promotion for “Pool Days”, highlighting a cheaper ticket that would only let you use that half of the park, the basic pools and slides. None of the fun "adult" stuff, that I was willing to pay full price...Read More

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    We never actually got to go to the waterpark. My family visited Myrtle Beach from Toronto and bought tickets online only to find out that the park was closed during the week due to summer hours and we were scheduled to return home Friday morning. My wife and I felt frustrated having wasted $134 (for 5 people) but realized that we should have read the fine print on the site. We tried to talk to the company that day but understanding that we've agreed to the "no refund policy" prior to purchasing the tickets really gave us no chance to get our money...Read More

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by Sydny K

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Not worth the trip. The staff is totally friendly and all, but this was a waste of money. You're much better off relaxing at the beach and boardwalk.

There's really only three real water slides, and the rest of the park is for younger children; not ideal for teens and adults.

The food is expensive and the prices are pretty up there ($25 for 42"+).

Half the rides were closed off, and within ten minutes of arriving, all rides were closed due to weather, but the park itself wasn't closed. My family couldn't get a refund or even a ticket to come back tomorrow because the park itself wasn't closed.

by Nicole Hightower

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Not sure what people are looking for, it's a water park in Myrtle beach which is a very crowded area in the summer so of course there will be lines. We went with 5 kids, usually waited no more than 5 or 10 minutes to go down a slide. The food was more than acceptable for a water park, especially the pizza. The first day we went storms came and the rides closed down, true we would have had to wait for a raincheck but you can go back the next day for free anyways so that's what we did. Kids had a wonderful time, probably the best 2 days of the trip for them and that's what it's all about anyways. Prices $23 for adults $19 for kids....not that bad in my opinion, once again tried to find a day's worth of activity for less in myrtle beach. Hell you pay $10 or $11 per person for a round of mini golf and that only last 45 minutes and you suffer in the heat. There were at least 5 or 6 different slides that the adults enjoyed as much as the kids, some of tube slides that you can ride with the kids were great.

Oh and as of August, 2014 parking was free

by Edward Clemons

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Let me first say that PLEASE DO NOT spend money on anything but the tickets. They say food and drinks are not allowed BUT on the side of the entrance are three full sized picnic tables where you can enjoy lunch with your family. Load the remains into the car and go back inside the park. The cabana is a waste of money. Just get there early and sit your entire family under the large umbrellas they provide. It's perfect! The rides were great and the pool is very clean. The staff is better when you get passed the busy ones at the entrance. The lifeguards were great as well! Overall it was a family fun adventure for us. We will return but wiser next time. We spent about $103 too much. All you need is tickets! Bring your own food and enjoy lunch at their free picnic area. We did not pay for parking since we purchased tickets online.

by Ward Heyel

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Buyer beware! I feel taken advantage of and ripped off. I went on Aug 21, 2014 and did not find out until I had already purchased my tickets on line that only HALF of the park would be open. I checked the calendar to make sure it was open, reviewed operating hours and never saw anything that said it would only be half. Sure there was a promotion for “Pool Days”, highlighting a cheaper ticket that would only let you use that half of the park, the basic pools and slides. None of the fun "adult" stuff, that I was willing to pay full price for the whole park.

I purchased the family 4 pack, that gets you 4 tickets, meal combo and souvenir cups. That too was a waste, only one food vendor was open and when I tried to fill the cup, found out they were out of Coke. When I tried a Sprite, it was flat.

Clearly they are already closed for the season. With not enough help to run the whole park at this time of the year. They should make this clearer on the front web page!

What could have been a great day, turned into one joke after another. We tried to make the best of it, but even when we tried the “Racin River”, they only had 13 floats. The wave pool maybe made 1.5 ft waves. We barely felt them.

As their tag line says, “Memories last a lifetime at Myrtle Waves”, they sure will. We will be making fun of this place forever.

by Rod Dyquiangco

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We never actually got to go to the waterpark. My family visited Myrtle Beach from Toronto and bought tickets online only to find out that the park was closed during the week due to summer hours and we were scheduled to return home Friday morning. My wife and I felt frustrated having wasted $134 (for 5 people) but realized that we should have read the fine print on the site. We tried to talk to the company that day but understanding that we've agreed to the "no refund policy" prior to purchasing the tickets really gave us no chance to get our money back. After returning home, we got a couple of voice mail messages waiting from Myrtle Waves asking us to call them back and when we did we were offered a full refund on the tickets that we never got to use. In addition, they had called back later that afternoon to let us know that the refund was processed successfully. Even though we never got to experience the park itself, we were impressed with the way customer service handled our situation and the professionalism of the staff that went above and beyond in ensuring that they did the right thing. I not only plan to visit this park when I return to Myrtle Beach next year (will check the hours of operation next time), I highly recommend it to all friends and family because I know that the company will always stand by their brand which is a rarity nowadays.

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