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Myrtle Beach Hotels and Resorts with Waterparks

By Julia Diem

Myrtle Beach resorts offer a variety of family-fun amenities. One of the most popular amenities, by far, is an on-site waterpark!

While every resort has something different to offer, if you are looking for a resort with a waterpark for your kids, this list is a great place to start:


Landmark Resort
: Landmark Resort, located on the south-end of Myrtle Beach, is home to the popular seasonal H2OASIS Waterpark. Splash around in the wading pool and duck under bucket dumps or try not to get wet as you dash under a rain tree umbrella. This waterpark is unique in that it feels like you are somewhere very tropical. Grab a lounge chair or a tropical-style table with an umbrella and make a day out of it with your family! This area of the resort also includes a putt-putt course, lap pool and hot tub.


Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark
: This popular south-end resort recently added a new waterpark to its already generous amount of on-site amenities. Free for guests, this waterpark is the largest oceanfront resort waterpark in Myrtle Beach. It consists of two looped slides that are four-stories tall. Grab a tube and ride down the EXPLOSION Tube Slide or go solo down the TWISTER Body Slide. Guests can ride down and finish in a seasonally enclosed water fun play area where there is a silly sub, treehouse and so much more. This year-round waterpark has quickly become one of the most popular water features in Myrtle Beach!


Captain’s Quarters Resort
: The Shipwreck Lagoon Kid’s Waterpark is a fun and unique feature. This amenity consists of a large shipwrecked boat that kids can play around. It even includes pirates, spray buckets and dumping buckets. Kids will have a blast in this oceanfront pool during their vacation! Also located just steps from this waterpark are two additional oceanfront pools, an oceanfront lounge area complete with a hammock and a large indoor pool complex.


Caravelle Resort
: Not quite a full-fledged waterpark, The Caravelle Resort’s Wild Water Pool is still a fun place to splash around and enjoy some fun in the sun. Located on their block-long pool deck, the Wild Water Pool features sprays, dump buckets and more! This pool is just steps away from a large pool, lazy river and more. Plus there are plenty of lounge chairs nearby where the parents can relax while watching their children have the best vacation ever!


Want to learn more about these resorts and more? Click here to explore all the Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts have to offer!

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