When folks discuss the good times of a Myrtle Beach golf trip, talk largely centers on golf and the area’s famed nightlife, but sometimes your choice of accommodations become more than a place to lay your head.
For the golfer who remains young at heart, a hotel that features an outdoor waterpark might take the fun of a trip to another level. If your group enjoys a surplus of water activities, here are three Myrtle Beach area properties that will deliver:
● In addition to condo style accommodations and oceanfront views, Caribbean Resort includes an assortment of water amenities, including the Pirates Plunge, a twisting ride into the property pool. Caribbean also has an outdoor lazy river, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, Jamaican pool deck and Chelsea Pool deck, among other features. Throw in an ideal location on 30th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach and there are a lot of reasons to base your next golf trip at the Caribbean.
● Myrtle Beach’s newest and arguably best hotel waterpark is at Landmark Resort. The $3 million park, which features three full-sized slides that are more than 40 feet tall and up to 250 feet in length, opened on March 16, 2023. Throw in a range of room options, additional amenities and an oceanfront location and it’s easy to see why golfers so enjoy Landmark Resort.
● Crown Reef Resort has been voted one of America’s Best Hotels for Water Fun by USA Today’s 10Best and one of the World’s 8 Best Resorts With Waterparks by Trips to Discover. The Crown Reef waterpark features more than 600 feet of slides, including a 278-foot long, two-person tube slide and a 302-foot long single-person slide. In total, Crown Reef has 15 pools and hot tubs and a 575-foot lazy river. No matter how you fare on the course, a good time awaits on your return to the room.
Part of Myrtle Beach’s appeal is its ability to provide a good time in many different ways, a fact highlighted by its waterpark properties.