Adult vacationers staying at Brittain Resorts in Myrtle Beach can find plenty of activities to fill their days, whether they are seeking adventure or relaxation.
But those vacationers can also engage in various activities in Myrtle Beach that their teenagers will enjoy. When families stay at Compass Cove Resort, they have access to amenities everyone will enjoy. With water features, dining options, and quick access to the beach, Compass Cove delivers an array of fun and leisure activities, on-site and nearby.
Among those are science and technology exhibits and amusement parks featuring various themes. The Myrtle Beach area also features additional attractions and restaurants for adults that their teens will also enjoy.
Teens, children of all ages, and their parents will enjoy Wonderworks, which allows attendees to experience more than 100 hands-on interactive exhibits and games such as laser tag, an anti-gravity chamber and Xtreme 360 bikes.
Rockin Jump is a trampoline park in Myrtle Beach that also appeals to parents and teens. In fact, the company describes it as “the Ultimate Trampoline Park in Myrtle Beach for kids and adults alike.” Attractions at Rockin Jump include a Dodgeball Arena, a Foam Pit Arena and an Open Jump Arena.
The Broadway Grand Prix suits teens’ need for speed and fun. It’s an indoor and outdoor recreation complex with seven go-kart tracks. It also includes a rock-climbing wall, miniature golf and amusement rides.
Teens and their families have their pick of water parks in Myrtle Beach. One is Myrtle Waves Water Park, featuring more than 22 slides and various family-friendly attractions. Teens can race down the Thunderbolt Speed Slides or Riptide Rockets. And they can experience the excitement of riding a wave at FlowRider.
Ripley’s Aquarium in Myrtle Beach is an 85,000-square-foot indoor aquarium with more than 10,000 exotic sea creatures of more than 350 individual species. Teens and the entire family can explore the secrets of the deep blue sea and Rio Amazon exhibits. They can pet stingrays and jellyfish and watch live mermaid and scuba diving shows.
Pirates Voyage in North Myrtle Beach is a fun place for teens and their parents to experience a Pirates Voyage dinner and show. Captain Blackbeard leads a show featuring bold stunts on land, on deck and in water. In addition to a four-course pirate feast, the show includes aerial and acrobatic acts with a performance including gun fights, sword fights and cannon blasts along with live sea lions and mermaids.
Teens love to eat, and Myrtle Beach features various restaurants such as Sea Captains House for an oceanfront dining experience, or River City Cafe featuring American favorites with a twist. After the meal, teens and the whole family can head to Ben & Jerry’s to beat the heat with a cool ice cream cone.
Teen sports fans and their parents who visit Myrtle Beach during baseball season can see the stars of tomorrow play today. The Myrtle Beach Pelicans are the Class A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, and the ballpark has been voted a top-25 stadium experience.
Teens and their families can sharpen their golf skills at Top Golf in Myrtle Beach, which includes point-scoring golf games for all skill levels, along with food and drink and music.
From a friendly check-in to a beautiful view, you’ll know you’re in the right place. Enjoy a clean, comfortable room, with many pools and hot tubs onsite. Learn about onsite dining options and other extras at Compass Cove, and make your reservations today.
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