Top 11 Things to Do in Myrtle Beach with Toddlers

There are plenty of things to do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers! From trampoline parks to mini amusement rides, the whole family can enjoy these attractions knowing that the little ones won’t be left out. And when you stay at Dunes Village Resort in Myrtle Beach, you’re just minutes from some of the area’s best things to do with toddlers. Read on for some of our favorites!

Happy little girl jumping on a trampoline at a trampoline park.

Sky Zone Trampoline Park | 2200 N Oak St. | 2.6 miles from Dunes Village Resort

The key to a great night’s rest for your toddler is a full day of play, and that’s what you get at Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Myrtle Beach. The newly-opened Toddler Zone at Sky Zone gives your toddler a chance to play and explore the fun of jumping on a trampoline safely, in an area separate from bigger kids and adults. When it comes to things to do in Myrtle Beach with your toddlers, a fun attraction like this with a section just for toddlers is a great option. 

Pavilion Park Fun Park | 1171 Celebrity Cir. | 3.1 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Myrtle Beach’s biggest amusement park, Pavilion Park, features a Fun Park made for toddlers, kids, and those who want a more relaxed approach to their theme park thrills. You can feel the breeze from the top of the Broadway 360 Wheel, spin up to four family members in the Mini Tea Cups, take an Old West style train ride, and more at Fun Park – including the Super Happy Swing, a simple but exciting swing ride that kids and their parents can enjoy together.    Toddler on a carousel.

Family Kingdom Amusement Park | 300 S Ocean Blvd. | 4.8 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Family Kingdom Amusement Park is one of the best things to do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers. The park offers rides just for the kids, in addition to family rides that you can enjoy together and thrilling rides for adults. New in 2023, check out the Puppy Roll and Balloon Fiesta Wheel added to the park’s lineup of other toddler-approved rides, like the Frog Hopper and Kiddie Swings. 

WonderWorks | 1313 Celebrity Cir. | 3.7 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Located at Broadway at the Beach, WonderWorks is a great activity to do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers. WonderWorks is full of educational and fun activities for the whole family, all interactive to encourage curiosity and learning. Older kids love the ropes courses and laser tag, and adults have been known to find just as much fun as their toddlers at the Wonder Brite wall in the Imagination Lab.   The Indoor Kidz Water Zone

Dunes Village Indoor Water Park at Dunes Village Resort

Dunes Village Resort is home to Myrtle Beach’s largest and best indoor water park, making it an ideal place to stay in Myrtle Beach with toddlers. The park features a Kid’s Zone, a shallow area with fountains, sprinklers, and other fun water features to delight toddlers and older kids alike. Dunes Village Indoor Water Park is only open to guests of Dunes Village Resort, keeping the crowd to a minimum so you can enjoy the park to the fullest! 

Ripley’s Aquarium | 1110 Celebrity Cir. | 3.1 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Ripley’s Aquarium is one of the best things to do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers. While exciting and interesting, the aquarium is still quiet and a great place to spend an afternoon in the air conditioning! Toddlers love the touch tanks and seeing their favorite animals up close – sharks, sea turtles, jellyfish, and more.    Happy little girl playing in an inflatable playground.

Fun Warehouse | 2349 Dick Pond Rd. | 12 miles from Dunes Village Resort

The Fun Warehouse is a top Myrtle Beach attraction for families with toddlers and kids. Toddlers love the inflatables and bright flashing arcade games, while older kids can zoom around in Go-Karts, play laser tag, or roller skate. The Fun Warehouse also features a two-story PlayPort for kids, mini-bowling, virtual reality attractions, and more. 

Myrtle Waves Water Park | 3000 Mr. Joe White Ave. | 4.6 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Myrtle Waves Water Park is a great idea for families looking for things to do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers. With two kid-focused areas, Bubble Bay and Saturation Station, toddlers and kids will have a great time splashing in the shallow water and trying water slides. Myrtle Waves is home to Island Cafe, Sharkey’s Snack Shack, and the Tropical Trading Post to keep you fueled up during a day of play.    Sisters playing together in the park on a slide.

Savannah’s Playground | 3600-3640 Emmens Ave. | 8.2 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Savannah’s Playground is an enabling playground in Myrtle Beach, perfect for toddlers and kids of all ability levels. The playground features ADA-approved play equipment and playground structures, giving kids a chance to explore and interact socially. Weekly park maintenance keeps the grounds and equipment safe for toddlers and kids.

Brookgreen Gardens | 1931 Brookgreen Dr. | 24 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Brookgreen Gardens is a great place to take your toddlers in Myrtle Beach. The open outdoor gardens give them plenty of space to get their energy out and they might even learn something about the local flora and fauna along the way. Brookgreen Gardens hosts events often, so check out their website before your visit to see what’s happening!    Boy looking through telescope in museum.

EdVenture Myrtle Beach | 4005 Howard Ave. | 8.2 miles from Dunes Village Resort

EdVenture is one of the best things to do with toddlers in Myrtle Beach. EdVenture lets your toddler play pretend in fun settings with plenty of toys and items to supplement their play. They can scan groceries in the Publix area, bake up something delicious in the café, or even visit an indoor beach made to mirror the sensory experience of the Myrtle Beach shore. Engage your child’s curiosity and let them indulge playing with kid-friendly tools and even an interactive exhibit that turns your toddler’s drawing into an animated character. 

Myrtle Beach State Park | 4401 S Kings Hwy | 7.8 miles from Dunes Village Resort

Myrtle Beach State Park is a fun thing to do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers. Let your littles expel some energy on the trails, learn about the beautiful nature that surrounds them on the coast of Myrtle Beach, and even take a class with a ranger! Myrtle Beach State Park also features a fishing pier that offers a great view of the park and one of the last remaining greenspaces on the Grand Strand. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Things to do with Toddlers in Myrtle Beach

What part of Myrtle Beach is best for kids?

Central Myrtle Beach is the best area in Myrtle Beach to stay with kids. The quiet, residential setting provides a family-friendly environment with plenty of beach space to run and play.  Central Myrtle Beach is also home to the #1 resort with an indoor water park, Dunes Village Resort, and located centrally to Myrtle Beach’s most popular attractions when you want to venture out.

What can kids do for free in Myrtle Beach?

Looking for free things to do with kids in Myrtle Beach? Here is a short list of some of the free things you can do in Myrtle Beach with toddlers and kids:
Myrtle Beach is a great vacation spot for families, thanks to the variety of fun and free things to do with toddlers and kids. When you book a stay at Dunes Village Resort, you’re located centrally to Myrtle Beach’s best attractions and just steps from Myrtle Beach’s #1 indoor water park, exclusively for resort guests. Book your dream vacation!