Family Kingdom Amusement Park, Myrtle Beach

3.7
#1 of 20 in Theme Parks in Coastal South Carolina
Theme Park · Hidden Gem · Water / Amusement Park
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With 37 different rides, as well as one of the state's tallest Ferris wheels, Family Kingdom Amusement Park offers you fairground fun on the Myrtle Beach waterfront. Explore the park and hit classic rides like bumper cars, roller coasters, the Log Flume, the Tilt-A-Whirl, and more. Don't miss the Swamp Fox, a wooden roller coaster that runs on more than 731 m (2,400 ft) of track. Hop on the Ferris wheel for a sweeping view of the surrounding seaside. For splashing fun, stop by the water park, which features a variety of pools and slides. Although admission to the park is free, you'll need to purchase tickets for the rides. To visit Family Kingdom Amusement Park on your trip to Myrtle Beach, use our Myrtle Beach day trip website.
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  • Feels like authentic boardwalk type amusement park. Rides were fun, plenty of "carnival" food. Overall a great time. 
    Feels like authentic boardwalk type amusement park. Rides were fun, plenty of "carnival" food. Overall a great time.  more »
  • The rides were safe and easy to ride. The restrooms were very clean. The staff were courteous and prompt with safety of riders. 
    The rides were safe and easy to ride. The restrooms were very clean. The staff were courteous and prompt with safety of riders.  more »
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  • This place was awesome. Now I'm not saying it didn't cost money but if a resident of South Carolina buys your wristbands they can get up to 4 for half price. There are some rides that cost money but they are fairly priced in my opinion. We all had an amazing time. Place was busy but lines were not that bad. I also want to emphasize how amazing all the employees there were. So polite and helpful. When the park closed at 11:30 the young man in charge of 1 of the rides stayed late to let everyone in line ride that had been waiting. My 63 year old mother in-law had fun. I'm 41 and my wife is 33. We had fun. Kids 8 and 5 had a blast. We also got an " old time " photo there and it turned out awesome.
  • Took my daughter (3 years old in a month) here our last night of vacation! The wristbands are $33, but was totally worth every penny seeing her the very first ride, and how happy/excited she was!! They had so many rides for her it was wonderful! Great place for smaller/younger kids! A few of the rides required an adult to ride with your child, but if they were, you rode most for free without having to give them tickets!! So don't go and buy more tickets for yourself unless you plan on riding bigger rides that the kids can't. Be aware that they offer no refunds or rainchecks..Watch out! They sell parking for $20, but if you drive 100 ft down from there it's only $10!! Also, the lines are horrible at 8pm so I suggest going before (or after) then.

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