Family Kingdom Amusement Park, Myrtle Beach

(3.7/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
With 37 different rides, as well as one of the state's tallest Ferris wheels, Family Kingdom Amusement Park offers you fairground fun on the Myrtle Beach waterfront. Explore the park and hit classic rides like bumper cars, roller coasters, the Log Flume, the Tilt-A-Whirl, and more. Don't miss the Swamp Fox, a wooden roller coaster that runs on more than 731 m (2,400 ft) of track. Hop on the Ferris wheel for a sweeping view of the surrounding seaside. For splashing fun, stop by the water park, which features a variety of pools and slides. Although admission to the park is free, you'll need to purchase tickets for the rides. Put Family Kingdom Amusement Park into our Myrtle Beach tourist route planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We went there with young kids and it was right decision. Be sure that you should reserve 4-5 hours minimum to cover most of the rides. Also remember that to take whole day pass instead of per ride tic...  more »
  • My son was put on a ride without being strapped in properly and almost fell out of the ride. When I confronted the teenage running the ride he just shrugged his shoulders and walked away. 
  • Great for family, fun for all ages. It's a must for the entire family! My family and I usually go to the beach for spring break and Family Kingdom usually be our last visit before heading home 
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  • Nice place to visit with kids. please remind that tickets sold... Are half value... you need at least 2 tickets for 1 ride. skip the Speedy Gonzales one.. 1 round only with 2 tickets. Apart from cost, it is worth. Dear dollar parking and aside the park, easy to find.
  • Just got back from a labor day weekend, walked down to Family Kingdom...very nice and clean park, prices were fair and all the staff we encountered were friendly (some more than others...) but was a nice surprise.
  • Where to begin. Good points.... nice military discounts for those that give& serve. Very pricey. You can walk in free but rides are tickets or wristband. Not really worth the price unless military maybe. I would say it will keep the littlier kids busy. The staff was very rude except for few. They close earlier than posted. They charge more than posted. You do pay again for parking if you leave The splash park isn't worth the extra if you're staying in a motel that has a lazy river and play area. My 8yr old granddaughter got bored quickly especially a the water splash. I will not return as I thought I'd might.
  • The rides are okay. Lines were short. But for 30 bucks, an all day pass will become very boring as you just ride the same rides over and over repetitively. It has basic amusement park rides, but nothing that really wows you. The reason I give it 1 star is not because the lack of rides and high admission price, it's because the staff and faculty are very rude. They all had attitudes and short tempers. Very little patience. I wish I could have gathered names to report, but they flip their badges backwards just so you can't see their name. But these kids in front of us couldn't buckle themselves and she insulted them right in front of us. Save your money and do something else. Oh, and go carts aren't included with your pass. Which was a bummer too. Luckily you aren't trapped inside once you're there, you can leave and come back. So you aren't forced to buy their 10 dollar burgers. Probably won't ever come back again.
  • Great place to take the family. A few of the rides are oddly placed and don't really have a way to watch your kids/friends/family riding the rides, but hey, should be out there with them anyway. Plus I don't understanding why the bungee jump has to cost extra when it's at an amusement park... Same for a rock climb... You should not paying like when you want to try and win a prize like a game, it's part of the entertainment, we are not at a mall or shopping center where it's customary to charge for these... Give me a break...