Scuba diving in Myrtle Beach is subtly growing among couples, groups, and, yes, even families. There are several scuba diving schools and rental shops within minutes of Sand Dunes Resort for those who need instruction, certification, or gear.
To ensure that your family has the time of their lives without worrying about your checkbook, we’ve compiled six of our favorite free things to do in Myrtle Beach. All of these top-ranked Myrtle Beach attractions are within minutes (or seconds) of Sand Dunes Resort.
Sand Dunes Resort, one of the top-rated Myrtle Beach oceanfront hotels for families, offers guests with complimentary passes to our on-site water park, exclusive beach access, and ocean-view guest suites. And we’re just a short journey from three of the best day trips in South Carolina: Charleston, Murrells Inlet, and McClellanville.
There’s always a top-rated attraction within minutes of Sand Dunes Resort, home to a free (to guests) Myrtle Beach water park. You’ll also discover an exciting on-site Family FunZone with blacklight mini golf, nearby championship golf courses, and stellar Atlantic Ocean views from our private balconies.
When you’re not sunbathing on the beach, splashing at the Sands Resorts Waterpark, and indulging in delicious local cuisine, we recommend taking a short journey to some of the best Myrtle Beach attractions. All of these top-rated Myrtle Beach attractions make perfect rainy day activities!
Sand Dunes Resort is not only one of the premier Myrtle Beach resorts on the beach, but we provide our guests with complimentary access to Sands Resorts Waterpark, on-site dining, and jaw-dropping Atlantic Ocean views from our private suites.
The only thing better than spending a week on the beach in Coastal South Carolina is spending a week on the beach AND at an on-site Myrtle Beach water park! Sand Dunes Resort provides families with a genuinely unique vacation experience that you won’t find at many other Myrtle Beach resorts.
The recent record-breaking polar vortex took its toll on a large portion of the North American population, reminding millions of families that a well-deserved vacation to sunny Myrtle Beach is long overdue.