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Caravelle Resort Centers on Family-Friendly Activities for Summer 2017


June 16, 2017

Contact Susan Phillips

Cell 828-545-4093

Email [email protected]



MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., June 16, 2017–The Caravelle Resort, Myrtle Beach, is your headquarters for summertime family fun, with a full schedule of children’s activities, on-site entertainment, special themed dinners, holiday events, a weekly fire show and more.


The Caravelle’s summer kids’ activities are offered daily through Sept. 2 for children ages 6-12. Most activities, such as pool games, family relay races, shark tooth hunts and more, are free, with a charge for arts and crafts activities that require supplies. Music and DJ entertainers perform on the oceanfront lawn or poolside throughout the summer, with a special Polynesian Fire Luau lighting up the night on Mondays.


It’s just one of the many reasons the oceanfront Caravelle Resort is known as one of the top Myrtle Beach hotels. Amazing seaside accommodations and a host of amenities at affordable rates are awaiting you and your family upon check-in.


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About The Caravelle Resort

The Caravelle Resort is part of, the official vacation site of Myrtle Beach, S.C., offering the guaranteed lowest rate on nearly 4,000 accommodations units at 14 oceanfront properties.  Select properties range from studios and efficiencies to one-bedroom suites and two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom condos.  Most resorts include a variety of Myrtle Beach's best on-site amenities including indoor and outdoor pools, lazy rivers, whirlpools, oceanfront pool bars, on-site dining, fitness rooms, golf and entertainment booking services, and free Wi-Fi. Several properties also have special group rates for accommodations and meeting space for retreats, meetings, and conferences.

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