We recently took our two oldest children on an adventure to Broadway Grand Prix (formerly known as Nascar Speed Park) for a fun day of racing. My son who is almost 9 has been asking to take a trip here for the past few years and so we promised to take him there as a reward if he did well last year in school.
We knew that my 4 year old Miriam would be a little small for this, so we let her go have a fun day with grandma while we headed over for a fun filled action packed day at the Grand Prix.
While they offer an option of purchasing tickets to write the carts, we opted for the wristband options as we knew we wanted to get the most out of the day and ride multiple times. They have some ticket packages that include arcade tickets & rides, but we opted not to get those this trip, we focused just on the racing.
We headed outside and started of easy by taking the kids over to some of the junior tracks to get practice in learning to drive. My kids are 11 & 8 and they have both never driven any type of motorized machine, so I figured it was best to start them out slow.
We spent most of the day enjoying the 8 different tracks as well as spending some time on the fun rides like bumper cars. Jeremiah loved the ability to crash into his sister.
One of the other fun things we did to take a break from racing that was included in our pass was to play a round of miniature golf on one of the 18 hole courses that are in the middle of the park.
The course wasn’t too difficult for my 8 & 11 year old and was definitely a nice break from the racing. Before heading here, we grabbed some drinks from in food court to help cool down. The course had lots of shade which was nice because the day we were there the temperatures were in the mid to high 80’s here in Myrtle Beach.
Here’s a few more pictures from our trip to Broadway Grand Prix from our day there for you to enjoy:
Of course as leaving, the day wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the winners circle for a final picture. Overall, Broadway Grand Prix was a great experience for my family and definitely was a fun thing to do in Myrtle Beach!