Myrtle Beach Activities Sure to Keep your Tween Entertained on Vacation

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“I’m bored!” This saying has become a proverbial catch phrase in every household since … when, the beginning of time? Why not break the cycle?

Fix this problem by loading up the car and driving to Myrtle Beach for a much-needed family vacation. Everyone in the family has been cooped up in the house since winter began, but signs of spring are here, and they signal to us the start of another season of fun in Myrtle Beach. Be first in line to ensure your kids have the time of their lives this year.

2nd Ave. Pier: Do your kids like to fish? Take them to 2nd Ave. Pier, located on Ocean Blvd. They have all of the supplies required to bait a line and pass the time—waiting on a fish that is worthy of Facebook or the photo album. Fishing & bait prices are available online, and you can also get details on the pier’s own restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with some of the best views Myrtle Beach.

Bob’s Watersports: From parasailing to banana boating, Bob’s Watersports has it all. Click here for coupons to this water wonderland located on North Ocean Boulevard.

Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum: Are your kids interested in art? Take them to the Chapin Art Museum where there are an endless amount of exhibits. Oh yeah—did we mention it’s free? The main exhibits displayed until April focus on FiberArt and Appalachian Ballads.

Helicopter Adventures: There are a lot of bases to cover in Myrtle Beach. Don’t take a chance to miss out on the views. Fly over the city with one-of-a-kind $20 Helicopter Rides. Helicopter Adventures lets you see Myrtle Beach from a bird’s eye view. Your kids are sure to love the opportunity to fly in the sky and do something different.

Jurassic Golf: The trademark vacation activity has always and will always be miniature-golfing, and it’s perfect for tweens. Take your kids to Jurassic Golf where you can either purchase the $9/person general admission or the Family Package if you’re feeling competitive. Putt your way to a fun-filled day or night with the family.

There are just a few ideas to get you started when planning a vacation your tweens won’t be able to stop talking about. Now is your chance to save them from boredom and give them something to brag about to their friends. Plan ahead and book your vacation now!

What’s the best memory you have on vacation with your family?

(posted 2/17/14)