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Which part of Myrtle Beach is best for families?

With its Ferris wheel, oceanfront fireworks, the zipline, shopping, and fabulous sands, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is at the heart of many a family vacation. To get out into nature, consider booking a hotel in South Myrtle Beach for easy adventures in the local state park. For a little more peace and quiet or a water activities-filled escape, look at the resorts in North Myrtle Beach.  

What are some of the best family resorts in Myrtle Beach?

Minutes from the boardwalk and SkyWheel, Ocean Enclave by Hilton Grand Vacations is an oasis of calm, with beautiful suites with kitchen, bedrooms, and family space to escape to. Right on the boardwalk and just steps from the sand is the fresh South Bay Inn and Suites. Its kids pool with slide, free waterpark access, and beach bar with kids menu—as well as divine cocktails for the grown ups—is a win, and the sunsets are pretty fantastic, too. 

How do I find the best deals on kid friendly hotels in Myrtle Beach?

Just enter your travel dates and hit search. From here you can sort your results by rating, price, distance to downtown, and more. Using the results, you can add filters to your heart’s content to find pet-friendly stays, oceanfront resorts, resorts with pools, hot tubs, waterparks, you name it.  

What should I expect from Myrtle Beach family resorts?

For a great family-friendly stay in any of the Myrtle Beach family resorts, you should look out for amenities like pools, kids clubs, and games rooms for littluns to enjoy. Laundry, in-room kitchens, and onsite restaurants make life easier for biguns, while cocktail bars and hot tubs bring that much-needed vacation vibe.

What are some of the cheapest family resorts in Myrtle Beach?

Right there on the beach, family-welcoming Paradise Resort has great reviews, is easy on the wallet, and has an outdoor pool steps from the shore. Everyone wins! Over at Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort, on top of the waterslide, pools, lazy river, and free water park access, kids stay free! 

When is the best time to visit Myrtle Beach with kids?

In high season, June through August, the weather is just right to make the most of Myrtle Beach’s many outdoor thrills and spills. During the shoulder season of March to May, you can expect a quieter trip with fewer people. If you’re keeping an eye on your budget, the cheaper months are September and October.

What can I do with kids in Myrtle Beach?

To entertain the kids without spending a cent, head for the boardwalk, hit the beach, or go for a splash in the Atlantic. When you’re done with the shore, there’s plenty more to explore: Alligator Adventure, Ripley’s Aquarium, and the Magnificent Myrtle Waves Water Park. 

Why should I book my family resort in Myrtle Beach with Travelocity?

At Travelocity, you have everything you need to find, build, and book your dream family vacation in no time at all. Download the Travelocity app for special member discounts, and you can find trips with free cancellation and pay later options, so you can travel more and worry less.  

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