NASCAR Speedpark

When planning your next trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, don’t forget to plan some time to visit NASCAR Speedpark.  This is fun for the whole family. If you have ever wanted to race a NASCAR this is the place for you.  They offer replica cars and numerous tracks to accommodate all skill levels.

Need to cool off on a hot day?  The bumper boats may just be what you are looking for.  NASCAR Speedpark offers two miniature golf courses and many things for the smaller child including their own racetrack with smaller cars that they can race, and a Ferris wheel just for the little ones.  They also have a retail shop to get a souvenir so you can always remember your day at the park.

NASCAR Speedpark offers group discounts and there are packages available.  You can also buy annual passes so you can visit the park any time you would like.  You may want to check into condo rentals in Myrtle Beach that are near the Speedpark.  You can also rent condos in Myrtle Beach that are kid friendly. There is also a snack bar located inside the Speedpark so you do not have to leave the park to get something to eat.   Also at the Speedpark there is an arcade with numerous games for everyone.  Some of the main reasons to visit the park are:

• There is no parking fee ever.
• If you do not ride you do not pay, there is no admission fee.
• Group discounts are available.
• NASCAR Speedpark is open year round.

So be sure and include a trip to NASCAR Speedpark the next time you are in Myrtle Beach, you wont regret it.

Sandie Beech’s recommendation:  Check out the NASCAR Speedpark for a lot of family fun, but check out the events before going.  You may see a NASCAR name you recognize here.  Check out their website HERE.

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1 Review on “NASCAR Speedpark”

Debbie
6.13.09

NASCAR SPEEDPARK MYRTLE BEACH, SC – My family and I went to Nascar Speedpark last night. There are a lot of fun games for all ages and the go-cart tracks are a lot of fun. However, we thought the park was for families. But, after being there just a few minutes, we saw several young women walking around in what was supposed to be bathing suits and other young women who could care less that there clothing was more than revealing. You go to the actual beach and expect to see this today, but not a “family” attraction. Is there not some kind of appropriate dress required or was it just not being enforced? It’s a shame – #1 that parents, (yes, we did see 3 of the young women with what appeared to be their parents) do not take responsibility and #2 that family attractions cannot at least require or enforce some form of dress code. For those who still llike “family” attractions, I could not recomment this one. Hopefully, some type of dress code will be required or enforced in the future. If so,, this place could have been really enjoyable.

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