Myrtle Beach is known for being a great destination spot for families. But sometimes it hard to find the right activity for everyone to enjoy. No need to stress, we’ve already picked out the top five attractions that even toddlers can enjoy.
1) Rockin Jump
Our top pick for Myrtle Beach toddler activities is the action-packed Rockin Jump. Rockin Jump is an indoor trampoline park filled with different courses and games. Specifically, we recommend going to their “Rockin Tots” event which runs every Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Saturday: 8:00 am – 10:00 am and Sunday: 9:00 am – 11:00 am. Rockin Tots is a dedicated time when toddlers can enjoy the park without the worry of bigger kids.
Pavilion Park is an 8-minute drive from Dunes Village and is on the inexpensive side for Myrtle Beach attractions. Tickets are priced at $1.50 per and cheaper for other available bundle options. For toddlers, we recommend going to West Park section which is geared towards kiddie rides like their train ride, balloon ride, and the new Myrtle Turtle coaster.
Family Kingdom Amusement Park is a 10-minute drive from Dunes Village and includes all the rides and games that a family could hope for. Admission is free, but riders will have to pay for either tickets or a day wristband pass. Check out Family Kingdom Amusement Park’s pricing and attractions.
Located at Broadway at the beach, WonderWorks is loaded with fun and educational activities for the family. WonderWorks is segmented into 6 different zones all including interactive games and challenges. Pricing starts at $20 for a child and $29 for adults.
The first in our list is the Fun Warehouse located at 2349 Dick Pond Rd. approximately 20 min from Dunes Village. It includes attractions like an arcade, virtual reality, inflatables, and much more. Hours are dependant on the day of the week so make sure to plan ahead (Sun: 12 noon-9 pm Mon-Thurs: 10 am – 9 pm Fri-Sat: 10 am-11 pm). Pricing ranges from a $10 activity pass, $28 four activity bundle, and the $48 all-day pass.