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S.C.: Myrtle Beach approves giant water attraction

S.C.: Myrtle Beach approves giant water attraction

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The North Myrtle Beach City Council approved a resolution Feb. 20 authorizing the addition of an “aqua park” amenity to the Shark Wake Park located on the freshwater lake at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex.

The equipment will be designed by Commercial Recreation Specialists in Verona, Wis. The company designs water attractions for campgrounds and city parks around the nation.

The city leases a portion of the lake located at the Park and Sports Complex to Apex Wake Park, LLC. Apex will add the new attraction.

The aqua park is sometimes promoted as an “enormous floating playground or obstacle course” that will be situated on a portion of the lake. It will include a series of inflatable slides, runways, jumping pillows, and bouncers, all connected together and floating in the lake.

It also offers swings, ramps, ladders, trampolines, slides, wiggle bridges, and more. There are great variety of different shapes, sizes, and functions, which add to the excitement, the release explained.

The city will publish details on pricing and hours soon.

An example of an Aqua Park is offered in the accompanying photo. The city will publish a photo or illustration of the actual park that will be installed at the Park and Sports Complex once it has been constructed.

SOURCE: City of North Myrtle Beach Facebook post

For more information about Commercial Recreation Specialists, check out the RV Daily Report feature story.

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