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Paradise Resort Kids Club Offers Fun for Children and Parents

Two phrases every parent dreads hearing during their family vacation – “Are we there yet?” and “I’m bored!”

The first one eventually gets answered, and so will the second if you stay and play with us at Paradise Resort in Myrtle Beach. Located on the oceanfront in downtown Myrtle Beach, this luxury resort not only has plenty of amenities to keep your children busy having fun, it also features the popular Paradise Resort Kids Club that hosts a wide range of activities to keep them engaged and entertained.

The Paradise Resort Kids Club holds a full slate of events Mondays through Fridays, giving children a chance to meet and play with other guests in their age group and allowing the adults a little time alone to relax and enjoy their vacations too. Featuring recreational activities like games, arts and crafts and snack time, the Paradise Resort Kids Club’s staff oversees a diverse list of events that are sure to pique the interests and imaginations of the little ones.

Watch as the kids play organized games in the resort’s pools, or go shark tooth searching on the beach at low tide. On those days that are too hot or too rainy for the outdoors, the Paradise Resort Kids Club offers indoor activities, such as art-and-craft projects and make-your-own ice cream sundae socials.  Not only do the activities keep your children involved in wholesome fun, the events serve as ice-breakers for kids to make friends with others for the week.

Paradise Resort also offers plenty of amenities to help visitors young and old enjoy their stay. Indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs and a lazy river are great places to let the children splash and play while the adults can relax by the pool and join in the fun when it’s time to cool off.

Most events are free of charge for guests, with a small fee of $2 to $5 attached to those activities that require special materials, like tie-dying their own T-shirts or making jewelry from the seashells they find on the beach. Be sure to check the daily and weekly itinerary for activities that most interest your children and signup each day to save a spot for your kids. 

(posted 4/29/14)