Looking for a fun thing to do in Myrtle Beach to reinforce your status as the daredevil type?
The Grand Strand has plenty of adrenaline-pumping activities to do that. Is it high speeds, high heights, or a combination of the two? Or something different altogether? You’re in the right place. These are the kinds of things we do on dares, especially on vacation.
Are you ready to roll?
What makes us adrenaline junkies?
Skydiving, extreme anything, and hazardous lines of work. They’re all signs a person needs a little extra spark in their lives. Excitement, even from fear, can trigger the hormone adrenaline. That brings an incredible feeling. It stems from our fight or flight response, and although it’s a thrill, it isn’t for everyone.
Thrilling Things to do in Myrtle Beach
Take the Escape River Island Challenge
If you’re a fan of escape rooms and shows such as “Amazing Race” and “Survivor,” this is the adventure for you. It’s an escape unto itself on the Waccamaw River. This outfit also offers excursions that are less intense for mellower times.
We also recommend the Kayak Island Tour. Explore 48 acres of private island land with hammocks, swings, and trails.
Spend a Day at Family Kingdom Amusement Park
Find adventure amid 37 rides for adults and kids, from thrilling rides to kiddie rides to go-karts. Coaster lovers will have a spectacular day at this Myrtle Beach entertainment institution. See if you can conquer the thriller trifecta: The Sling Shot, the Swamp Fox, and the Yo-Yo.
We also recommend dodgems bumper cars. All the fun of a demolition derby with plenty of safety.
Broadway Grand Prix
This recreation complex has indoor and outdoor thrills. Choose from go-karts, rock climbing, and even stuff for the little ones. Where else can you go to get your competitive spirit going, while taking time out for the kids to get into it, too? There are seven tracks for various skill levels. They include the Grand Prix Pro Track, High Bank Oval, and Speed Racer.
We also recommend season pass packages. For one low price, you can race every time you visit the Grand Strand.
Take a Dive with Coastal Scuba
Divemasters recommend this outfit for excursions, based on equipment, safety, and more. You’ll encounter seldom-seen aquatic life, as well as incredible wrecks. Explore the Sherman. It’s a 200-foot, post-Civil War blockade runner 6 miles from Little River Inlet.
We also recommend the Charleston Tug. It’s an artificial reef in 62 feet of water off the North Myrtle Beach coast that attracts an array of wildlife.
A great place to chill after your thrills: Ocean Reef Resort
For a last-minute excursion or a long-awaited getaway, Ocean Reef has it all. You’ll find a spacious room with a breathtaking view, at a great value. Consider Ocean Reef for your next group getaway, and make plans to escape here today.