FUN for all ages

Myr­tle Beach area of­fers a wide range of ac­tiv­i­ties for the en­tire fam­ily

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - DESTINATIONS - RON PRADINUK

HOW old are you? The re­sponse to this ques­tion can of­ten de­fine the des­ti­na­tions in which you are most in­ter­ested. And it def­i­nitely places you in a cat­e­gory as a spe­cific tar­get for mar­ket­ing de­part­ments around the world. It is an older gen­er­a­tion which by and large fill ships go­ing through the Panama Canal, for ex­am­ple, be­cause of their his­toric knowl­edge of what this pro­ject meant decades ago. Those plan­ning trips that fo­cus on va­ca­tions to Or­lando, Fla., are usu­ally par­ents with fam­i­lies. Avail­able ac­tiv­i­ties, nat­u­ral or de­vel­oped, will fur­ther nar­row the scope of vis­i­tor pref­er­ences. In the first few days of my trip to Myr­tle Beach, in South Carolina, even as I wrote about it for last week’s story, I be­gan to un­der­stand this re­gion de­fies those gen­er­al­iza­tions. The last half of my stay so­lid­i­fied my appreciation for the fact Myr­tle Beach re­ally is one of those few des­ti­na­tions that is likely to ap­peal to ev­ery­one, even to you, re­gard­less of where you sit on the de­mo­graphic scale. The Fam­ily King­dom Amusement Park is filled with a num­ber of rides that will ap­peal to you, such as bumper cars, a lazy river, and roller-coast­ers de­signed for chil­dren of dif­fer­ent age groups.

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