Log Flume
Website: Myrtle Beach Pavilion Homepage
Ride Type: Log Flume
Ride Status: Defunct
Average Rating: 4.0000
TPC Overall Rank: Rides need more than 25 reviews to be ranked.
Reviews: 6
Last Review: 6/4/2006 8:23:00 PM
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3 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up biosciking on 6/4/2006 8:23:00 PM
Im somewhat surprised by all the praise for this log flume. It was certainly okay, but definitely far from the greatest example Ive ever seen. It did start with a cruise through a tunnel made up of concrete walls. The thing is, there were no effects in here and Im not even sure I noticed any kind of slanting or dipping as others have reported. We then had a small hill and drop, followed by a short cruise around outside at ground level, with the concrete slabs again making up the trough. It climbed a taller hill, we meandered around for a bit above ground, and then came the larger drop, which was fun, but I really didnt get that wet. Overall Id say the Hydro Surge river raft was much better for a drenching than this, and the Log Flume at the nearby Family Kingdom even edged this one out for the enjoyment of the ride itself. I wonder if I just caught this on an off day, or if it has been permanently changed in the last couple of years.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up SLFAKE on 6/28/2004 2:28:00 PM
A fun log flume. Loved the dark tunnel that included a drop. Not the biggest, but definately a case of "quality" over "quanity"

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up bb_dg on 3/28/2004 10:23:00 AM
This flume is a very decieving ride. It looks tame but there are a few surprises that will really make this ride very enjoyable.

4 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Danny on 5/23/2003 8:29:00 PM
The Log Flume at the Myrtle Beach Pavilion is very unique. It starts out with a cruise by some bushes and trees and then you enter a dark tunnel where you go down a slanted drop and get soaked. Next, the entire tunnel fills up with fog and smoke and before you know it, youre climbing a lift hill high above the tunnel you just came out of! After a small drop, you then turn around again and head up the final hill where you drop down low, get your picture taken, and get splashed until your drenched. A wonderful log flume for such a small area!

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up b_lane_s on 5/3/2003 12:34:00 AM
This is one of my all time favorite log flumes. The tunnel is such a great addition, especially in the 80s when they use to have that wicked strobe light stipe on the ceiling. This flume has wonderful hills and great timing. I always feel satisfied when I get off of this ride. They even have the bleachers set up to sit back and enjoy on the sidelines. The Pavilion continues to be a great quality park.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up rocketman23 on 7/28/2002 10:38:00 PM
A very impressive flume for the small space it uses. It has a somewhat bizarre tunnel as the first feature of the ride. As the tunnel grows darker you hit a odd slant/drop kinda thing that is the wettest part of the ride. It has two nice drops and some nice scenery in the gentle parts of the ride. A real surprise log flume, dont pass it up!

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