Enjoy the Games and Fun at the New North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex

It was early June, the beginning of a promisingly beautiful summer. I drove the car carefully on Robert Edge Parkway in North Myrtle Beach, with Queen's “We Will Rock You” playing on the radio when my boys in the back seats asked me to crank it up louder. We were all shouting from the top of our lungs "we will, we will rock you" when the electronic board popped up on the left-hand side of the crossroad, pointing us to take a left at the traffic light to get to the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, the destination of our trip.



I turned left, drove half a mile on the Champions Boulevard and turned left on Citizens Circle, the primary inner loop road leading us directly into the heart of the sports complex. We were all left speechless, as the song faded out on the radio and the view opened in front of our eyes. ...

Citizens Circle and Champions Blvd - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

Stretching inland, off Hwy 31, the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex expands over 145 acres of city-owned land, a wonderful combination of sports fields, natural habitat, and recreational space. Just a few miles from the beautiful Atlantic Ocean and its white-sand beaches, the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex is the perfect place for pro and amateur athletes, coaches and fans, featuring over 100 events year round. The fields oftentimes accommodate amateur events, but the park is nothing short of being a pro sports complex!


The smartly-designed complex offers six ball fields, eight regulation soccer/lacrosse fields, eight batting tunnels, seven covered picnic shelters, three playgrounds, three miles of walking trails, concession stands, picnic shelters  and restrooms, a 10-acre meadow, a 25-acre lake for water-related activities, and a 2,000-seat amphitheater. Click here to get driving directions from Google Maps.

 - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

Concession stands - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

softball game - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
Softball practice at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
Amphitheater
The Amphitheater
Playground at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

The park also has been designed with two dog parks – one for large dogs and one for small dogs, providing fitness, relaxation, and socializing opportunities for both people and dogs. I took my wife for a walk around the beautiful lakeside to stretch our legs while our two kids excitedly rode their bikes on the 3-mile bike trail.

Dogs park - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
Dog Park

nature trail - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
Nature trail at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

Little have I thought of having a chance to experience the sensation of flying and weightlessness while in the sports complex! Jetpack Adventures made it possible though, with its ground-breaking new system that shatters the limitations of every flying machine before it. The flight begun as the 200-horse power marine engine pumped water up a 33-foot hose at over 1,000 gallons per minute. The water was then directed through two nozzles on a jetlev I held on my back, helping me fly up in the air. Aiming the nozzles created smooth, stable turns. The safety elements incorporated in the jetpack kept me in optimal flying position. The whole pack was surprisingly quiet and easy to use. After experiencing the jetlev, the ultimate block-buster toy at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex, my summers will never be the same!

Jetpack Adventures North Myrtle Beach
Jetpack Adventures North Myrtle Beach

To hold your sporting event at North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports complex, contact Matt Gibbons CPRP, Superintendent of Sports Tourism / Athletics for the City of North Myrtle Beach at (843) 280-5574. Book your stay now at Thomas Beach Vacation oceanfront condos or beach homes in North Myrtle Beach so you can be near the new park and sports complex.

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