Broadway Grand Prix

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Key Info

1820 21st Avenue North Extension

Price & Hours

Ticket prices vary by height
Hours vary seasonally

Details

Amusement Parks Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
3.5

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  • 3.0Value
  • 4.5Facilities
  • 3.5Atmosphere

Formerly known as the NASCAR Speedpark, the Broadway Grand Prix offers seven different go-kart tracks for families looking for a little speed and competition. Tracks range from the Grand Prix Pro Track, where karts go up to 20 mph, to a track specially designed for kids.

The park also features two race car-themed mini-golf courses, an arcade, a rock climbing wall and a sky coaster as well as a kids zone with seven rides for the littlest family members. After working up an appetite, families can grab food from the snack bar. Recent visitors said the park is fun for the whole family and a great activity on non-beach days . 

Park hours vary depending on season; the park is closed in winter. Wristband prices (that include all rides except the sky coaster and mini-golf) vary depending on the visitor height and range from $25 to $35 (plus tax); tickets can be purchased for kid rides and arcade games. For more information on hours and specials, visit its website

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The main reason families flock to Myrtle Beach is to swim in the mild waves and play along the light brown sand. Some spots along the Carolina shore offer opportunities for water sports like Jet Skiing or deep-sea fishing, while other areas are better for relaxing or playing with your children. You'll also find a few spots perfect for casting a line for a fresh catch.

Most who visit the shore of Myrtle Beach do so directly in front of the hotel or rental property where they're staying. So keep in mind that if you're not a beachfront lodger, you might have more trouble finding a public bathroom, but ample metered street parking is available. Some parking lots are also available, most of which are also free and are an easy walk over the dunes at beach access points. Some sandy areas along Ocean Boulevard do have shops and restaurants. During the summer months, lifeguards are on duty along many of the Grand Strand beaches. Access to the beach is free 24/7, though swimming after sunset is not recommended.

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