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I've camped here many times; there's a lot of waterfront and usually I can get a spot within a short walking distance to it. Last visit they finally had FREE WiFi instead of the $10 a day rate common in the area. The rates vary based on the season; they also have trailers that they rent and bring in from a storage area. The campsites are suitable for 40-45' motor homes; they include a small, sheltered, rustic picnic table and room for a couple cars. The sites have a little grass but are mostly sand. Cable TV is included, but it's not digital, water & sewer are included also. There are no discounts that I know of and there are times you might not be able to get a spot; prime golf season & Bike weeks are a couple, if you don't book way ahead. They do have a Camping World store on the premises w all the normal stuff you might need.

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We stay at this campground twice a year; usually for 3-4 nights while we visit family in the area. The staff are always good to us and we always get a site on the main st. within 5 or 6 sites of the beach. The sites in this area are all back in sites, we have a 40' RV and with a little skill its not too difficult to back in. The only complaint I have is the Wi-Fi; this campground and the Myrtle Beach Travel Park near by, which we have also stayed at many times, are the only RV parks that charge for Wi-Fi service. If you're there for only a couple days, it costs $9.99 a day for something almost all campgrounds that I have stayed at provide for free (like a loss leader). Because it's Myrtle Beach you have to watch the rates, they change seasonally.

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We stopped at this campground for only one night, while they advertise Big Rig sites there really aren't any. We had to drive through a maze of big trees and campsites to get to one that we felt we had a chance of being able to get out of; fortunately we were the only RV in the treed camping area. We had a Toad and with it connected we blocked the roadway behind us. When we left I had to walk my way around the camping area to figure out the best way out so I wouldn't be trapped into a situation that required me to disconnect the Toad. Basic problem is too many large trees and short campsites not suitable for a 40' RV with a Toad.