Date of Stay: September, 2010
We have stayed here several times, and decided it was about time to write a review. Hands down, this is the best RV park in Myrtle Beach. The concrete pads are great. No tracking in sand and dirt. We have no kids so we always wait until September to vacation, fewer crowds and cheaper price. The park was crowded, and the golf carts are still plentiful, but not wild and crazy. The filtered water is a nice plus We had no problem with the cable. We don't take a laptop so do not know about the wi-fi but it is available at the meet & greet. The store has everything you need and our dogs are allowed on the beach any time after 9/15. We booked in June for Sept. to get a site up front in the 2000 section. We were 3 sites back, last time we were 2 sites back. Naturally if you must go in the summer with all the family vacationers it will be a little more crazy. But you can't beat the ocean view and all the services this park offers. Definitely will stay here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We have stayed here several times and decided it was time to let others know what a great park this is. The ocean is on one side and river in back where you can fish off the pier. The sites are large and everyone we have stayed in had shrubs and trees in between so you are not on top of each other and private. The sites are packed sand, we use our big rug to keep down the tracking of sand in the camper. The pool and hot tub are very nice. We have been here in June and Sept, we have no kids so we prefer to go then and have less crowds. Good shelling and love everything about this park and St. Augustine. We were there for Thanksgiving last year and saw the white lights downtown. Beautiful. The beach is dog friendly which is important to us also. We have never had any issues here and highly recommend to anyone.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
Great park not too far from Atlanta. Sites were level with crushed stone including patio with perm.concrete picnic tables.We had site 41 by the creek. Very nice and clean with good hiking trails. Rather hilly for riding bike. Golf near by and nice swimming lake. Twists and turns and some low hanging limbs but nothing a good driver can not handle. Would definitely recommend and go back.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
Very nice park across Hwy 98 from the ocean, not a far walk. At first we had a site assigned in old section that was terrible and trashy seasonals on that side. We asked to be moved to the new side site 89 which was perfect. Helpful staff, beautiful pool. Very windy, must watch awning, dogs welcome in park and on beach which is a real plus for us. We found fresh seafood in town to bring back and cook. Restaurant close by which was good. Very laid back not much to do for kids but if you only want to fish, beach it or just lay around and plan your next meal, it is the place for you. We will go back if we are looking for a gulf coast location especially because of the pets welcome sign.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
We camped here this June and last year in September. Great sites, very dog friendly, dogs are allowed on the beach and the campground has clean-up bags in containers at each rest room and at the beach to use. Very handy. It is a walk to the beach so we drove across the road, lots of parking. Site 293 is the best in the park but also site 46 and on that row is very roomy with trees for privacy. We had 290, not that great and 152 not that great either. Good seafood restaurant and seafood market in Mayport. They have cleaned the park up since September. There were lots of cats, raccoons and armadillos all over but this year we didn't see any. No alcohol allowed in the park or beaches but we did see evidence of it. We like this park a lot.