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Amusement Parks in South Carolina

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  • Stubbie's Neighborhood Grille
    Visit Stubbie's Neighborhood Grille for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Columbia's Northeast Arcadia Lakes. Take advantage of the quick and easy parking near Stubbie's Neighborhood Grille. You can take it easy on your wallet at Stubbie's Neighborhood Grille — prices are generally less than $30 per person. Isn't it time you indulged in the old classics of American food? Stop by Stubbie's Neighborhood Grille to have a bite of deliciousness.
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    8512 Two Notch Road
    Columbia, SC US
  • Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission
    Designed to look like an island retreat, Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark is more than just a place to beat the heat. It’s a fun-filled playground complete with slides, squirt guns, and a wave pool. The Big Splash Tree House is outfitted with 66 interactive features, including a giant bucket that drenches visitors with more than 1,000 gallons of water. The Tubular Twister sends riders shooting down a trio of 300-foot slides, while the Big Kahuna recreates the ocean’s waves in a 27,000-square foot pool. Little ones can play in gentler areas such as Lily Pad Lagoon and Otter Bay, which has a six-lane racer slide. In between aquatic activities, you can relax in the lazy river or stop by the concession stands for a quick bite.
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    871 Riverland Drive
    Charleston, SC US
  • GloZone
    Instead of shying away from the dark, GloZone revels in it, inviting guests to dart through shadows during laser tag or putt their way through a nine-hole glow-in-the-dark miniature-golf course. In the murky depths of the laser-tag arena, players attempt to score points by tagging targets with a hand-held device to the added ambiance of music, blacklights and fog. Laser-tag is ideal for birthday parties, group outings, or fundraising events. Black lights illuminate the nine-hole mini-golf course with its own unique sea theme, as golfers putt their balls over contoured surfaces allowing players a change to hone their skills on the mini-golf course. The facility also offers a lazer maze, where guests must avoid a dancing array of laser light trip-wires as if they were in a spy movie. Nearby, bumper cars invite adventure driving, and arcade games and air hockey entice guests to rack up high scores. In addition to its open-play times, GloZone hosts parties for kids celebrating the anniversary of their safe delivery via stork.
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    5900 Rivers Ave.
    North Charleston, SC US
  • Classic Golf
    Classic Golf features tons of mini golf amusement right in the middle of Mount Pleasant. When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this park has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1528 Ben Sawyer Boulevard
    Mount Pleasant, SC US
  • Strikers Family Sportscenter Charlotte
    Strikers Family Sportscenter & Bowling induces smiles in players of all ages with traditional open bowling as well as black-light-lit Rock n Bowl bowling on Fridays from midnight to 3 a.m. In addition to leagues and tournaments, the center hosts birthday parties and noncompetitive eating contests at the onsite snack bar. During karaoke nights, which take place in the lounge on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Strikers encourages vocalists of all experience levels to come out, sign up, and belt it out.
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    124 N. Anderson Rd N
    Rock Hill, SC US
  • Falls Park Golf and Games
    Falls Park Golf & Games beckons to putt-putt protégés with an 18-hole mini golf course that runs through the center of its cozy, family-friendly space. With topsy-turvy slopes that make for perplexing breaking putts, the course promotes lively competition between siblings, friends, or rival dentists. A stationary golf cart sits in the middle of the course, surrounded by walls decorated with golf-themed festoons—including a caddyshack facade—that help set the scene. Along with more subtle undulations, the course requires players to putt through a tricky loopty-loop and explain the principles of centripetal force to any toddlers within a five-mile radius. After their round, guests can decompress in one of the space's various booths or tables, enjoy a refreshment, and tune in to the flickering images on a flat-panel TV.
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    7 West Camperdown Way
    Greenville, SC US

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