Myrtle Beach for Kids – Pirate Vacation

Ahoy Matey!

Does you child love to pretend to be a pirate?

You can treat your little pirate to a vacation in Myrtle Beach SC any buccaneer would love.

No treasure map is needed. We are letting you know where to find pirate themed activities along the Grand Strand.

So come aboard and set sail on a pirate vacation.

PirateLand Family Camping Resort

Your crew can camp in a pirate themed resort.

Make a reservation to camp on the south end of Myrtle Beach at PirateLand Family Camping Resort.

Not only will your little pirates love this adventure, put adults will too.

Your family can pretend to be on a pirate ship while keeping cool. The resort includes Pirate’s Oasis, a pirate themed water park that includes a 5,000 square-foot pirate ship splash pool.

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Pirates Voyage

Watch pirates in action while indulging in a pirate’s feast at Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show.

Join Captain Blackbeard as he leads his crew on a battle for lost treasure.

Your family will be amazed as you watch over the action on the full sized pirate ships. The action will include acrobatic competitions, sea lions, mermaids and more.

Plus, you won’t walk away hungry. Your crew will be treated to a four course pirate feast.

Make sure you arrive early to participate in Pirates Village, where you can sing-a-long with pirates.

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Pirate Adventures of Myrtle Beach

Go aboard a pirate ship in search of sunken treasure in Murrells Inlet, SC!

Pirate Adventures will treat your kids to a real adventure.

Kids will start their advantage by getting dressed as pirates. Then they will board the Sea Gypsy to begin the hunt.

As they follow the clues on the treasure map, they will confront Pirate Pete, and a battle of water cannons will begin to defeat Pete and get the treasure.

 

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Miniature Golf Pirate Style

Challenge your crew to a battle on the miniature golf course.

There are several pirate themed courses along the Grand Strand. Here are a few. You can click here for a full list of courses.

  • Mutiny Bay – 301 Hwy 17S, North Myrtle Beach – This course treats golfers to a pirate battle every thirty minutes.mini golf 022
  • Captain Hook’s – 2205 North Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach – Travel aboard Captain Hook’s ship and see Peter Pan and Tinkerbell as you play this course.mini golf 027
  • Pirates Watch – 1500 S. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach – Your golfers will love seeing the pirate ship and swashbucklers hanging from the masts.pirate-watch-adventure-golf
  • Treasure Island – 4801 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach – Take your pirates through a course that features waterfalls, a pirate ship and caves. treasure-island-miniature-golf

Ripley’s Aquarium – Pirate Makeover

Kids can enjoy Ripley’s Aquarium as a pirate.

Fancy Fins Mermaid Boutique offers pirate makeovers.

For $24.99 plus tax, your child will get an eye patch, bandana, pirate T-shirt, face paint and tattoos.

If other members of your crew don’t want to be a pirate, you can also get mermaid make overs for $29.99 and sailor makeovers for $19.99.

Then enjoy the aquarium that features over 10,00 exotic sea creatures and 12-foot sharks, along with the new exhibit, Planet Jellies.
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Seafood House

For pirates with big appetites, go to Seafood House in Surfside Beach for dinner.

This seafood buffet has a pirate theme.

As you crew eats, you will be entertained by pirate battles and mermaids who swim in a 10,000 gallon pool.

The pirates will shoot cannons and the walls will ignite with light.

SeafoodHouse13About Jennifer Donovan
jennifer donovan
Jennifer joined the Go To Myrtle Beach staff in March of 2015.
Jennifer knows a lot about kids activities in Myrtle Beach SC, because when she is not working, she is exploring the area with her young daughter.
You can contact Jennifer at jdonovan@thesunnews.com

Jennifer Donovan
jennifer donovan

 

Jennifer joined the Go To Myrtle Beach staff in March of 2015.

 

Jennifer knows a lot about kids activities in Myrtle Beach SC, because when she is not working, she is exploring the area with her young daughter.

 

You can contact Jennifer at jdonovan@thesunnews.com

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