Extreme Laser Tag sets the stage for space-age combat with its labyrinth of smoky corridors, ramps, and neon-lit walls. Equipped with Nexus Generation laser-tag technology, the arena can host up to 60 vested combatants as they split into teams and vie for points by scoring chest shots on their opponents.
Large plasma monitors outside the arena display the hectic battles in real time, with beam-by-beam battle stats showing who is the scoring leader and who has been melted into plasmic goo. The facility frequently accommodates birthday parties, large corporate gatherings, and fundraiser groups; everyday customers and private partiers often join in battlefield alliances, exacting laser-powered revenge on bosses and double-crossing imaginary friends.
We own and operate 3 championship Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina rated 4 & 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest. The Witch, The Wizard and the Man O War Golf Links provides 3 different types of golf experience for any level of golfer. We managed Golf Villas which are located on The Wizard and Man O War Golf Courses.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Recommended Age Group: All ages
Pro Tip: Wear a lot of sunscreen, bring sunglasses and a strap, and wear shoes or sandals that are appropriate for the water.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Beautiful scenery and wildlife.
What special training do you or your staff have?
Our highly skilled tour guides draw on their knowledge about the surrounding area.
As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff provide to help customers stay ahead of the unexpected?
We provide an introductory lesson to ensure all customers will be completely comfortable out on the water. We also offer one-on-one assistance when necessary.
What?s your favorite part of your job?
We have many wildlife encounters, including paddling with the dolphins.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
This is an opportunity to explore the Charleston area in the most unique way possible and create memories that will last a lifetime.
It's natural for kids to engage in creative play, becoming architects, veterinarians, swashbuckling pirates, or tenured professors inside their own imaginations. The Children's Museum of South Carolina just helps them learn while they do it. Perhaps that's why the museum?like the scores of children who visit it?has continued to grow since first opening in 1994. In two decades, the museum as expanded from a small shopping-mall space to a 7,500-square-foot facility packed with interactive exhibits.
In the Sea Turtles Dig the Dark exhibit, kids crawl through a sandy tunnel to see a nest of loggerhead turtle eggs and learn about endangered-species conservation. Meanwhile, the Hurricane Simulator recreates a massive storm's 78-mile-per-hour winds, and the USS Kids-A-Float exhibit explores the parts of a boat and how South Carolina's pirates might have weighed their treasure. The museum also hosts events that range from storytelling to weekly hands-on workshops. Though most of this learning happens on-site, CMSC representatives travel to local schools to lead five-week science camps.
Electric Foam 5K isn't measured by time, but by bubbles and beats per minute. Foam cannons and speakers line the roughly three-mile course, keeping pulse rates high with booming EDM anthems. By night, murals of lights and tree installations help guide participants of all ages as they run, walk, dance, or let their moms push their strollers to the finish line. Everyone is free to go at their own pace, and encouraged to dress in their most flamboyant costumes. At the finish line, they won't be greeted with a finish time or the disappointed glare of their P.E. teacher, but with an after-party of live DJs spinning such artists as Calvin Harris, Deadmau5, David Guetta, and others?all before one last avalanche of foam engulfs the dancing throngs.
Deep in Extreme Laser Tag Myrtle Beach's multilevel arena, fog begins to permeate the dark room, which is lit only by glowing neon lights. But rather than running scared, competitors are relieved?fog makes hiding easier. And they'll need any advantage they can get while dodging beams from up to 60 fellow competitors as they scramble up ramps, slip through corridors, and duck behind barricades in order to drive their team to victory. In the meantime, those waiting on the sidelines aren't relegated to twiddling their thumbs or using the thumb-twiddling app on their phones; they keep tabs on the action on flat-screen monitors, which also show players' current scores. And they can also escape to the arcade for a round of air hockey or retreat to the lounge for pizza and free WiFi.