Date of Stay: August, 2004
We camped at this park in 1999 with 2 small children and had a great experience. The bathrooms back then were somewhat primitive. We visited the park in 2004 and found that they had built a new campground here and closed the old one. We checked it out and it was great! The bathhouses were clean and the sites were awesome. It's not as close to the ocean as the old sites - ours was backed into the dunes and the ocean was right on the other side. We loved it though.
Date of Stay: July, 2004
We stayed here with our 2 children, ages 9 and 6. This park was like camping in a parking lot during a golf cart convention. The staff was nice, the emmenities plentiful, and the beach was nice and we enjoyed ourselves, but not nearly enough to ever return. It was very very crowded and everyone seemed to have their own golf cart. Teenagers zooming around in golf carts and electric scooters made for white knuckles every time I drove in our out of the campground. We were renting a camper at this campground so we were stuck here. On our 5th day we visited Huntington Beach State Park were we stayed on our first camping visit to Myrtle Beach. We even checked out the new campground. I never missed my own camper so much. I grew up camping so I've stayed in a lot of different campgrounds. If you like the "resort" scene and all that hustle and bustle, this is for you. If you're an in the woods, setup the site and sit back and watch the wildlife (not the 2 legged kind) then this is not your place. Check out Myrtle Beach State Park or Huntington Beach State Park. You'll be grateful you did.