Date of Stay: September, 2006
We stayed here for 6 days after the Labor day holiday. Even being after the holiday, the park was very busy. We enjoyed our stay!! The sites are fairly close together, but we had great neighbors. We stayed on site 2082 (ocean site) which is a site without a concrete pad, but it was still great. We were about 1 minute from being on the beach (short walking distance). The beach access was great. Lots of places to enter the beach. The beach was clean, lots of nice people. I stayed here with my husband and 3 dogs. Lots of dogs stayed here, but all seemed well behaved and picked up after. My husband lost his wallet one day when we ate at the Sandy Meet n Eat and we didn't discover it until after we left the park to play putt-putt. I called the front desk and sure enough someone turned it in and we got it later that day fully intact. A lot of people have mentioned the golf carts here and there were a lot, especially on a Saturday night, but during the non-peak season it was tolerable. Only heard fireworks 2 nights briefly, but then nothing. So, if you want to stay here I suggest staying during the off-season when it's still busy, but overall great. We enjoyed our stay...people friendly... pleasant... Thanks! I also did laundry at Sandy Suds and paid $1.75 for washing and $.25 for 9 minutes of drying time. It was a pleasant experience, also. The only thing I think the park could improve on is allowing reservations online... not by email... so that the process of going there is easier. By the way we drove from Fort Worth, TX to stay there...21 hour drive! Had a great time in Myrtle Beach!
Date of Stay: September, 2006
We arrived at about 10:30 P.M. on a Saturday. We just needed a place to stay on our way through Georgia to Myrtle Beach, SC. I arrived up front and paid and we had someone escort us to our site and he was willing to help us hook up also. The place was clean. There was room between the sites and it looked like they are getting ready to expand. Where we were located there were no trees, but there were sites with trees. Overall it was a good nights sleep!
Date of Stay: March, 2006
The park front desk personnel were not too accommodating or pleasant the day we arrived. Our pull-thru site was nice and large, but wasn't much selection for sites... we got lucky. The park had nice paved hiking trails, although there was one spot that has a steep incline and bicyclers came roaring down while we were walking up. Nice fishing spots by the falls area. One day that it rained we went into Austin to a mall and the State Capitol as our nephews had not been there before. We saw deer near our campsite. I camped here with my husband, 2 nephews, and 3 dogs. Not a bad park, but just wasn't one of my favorites so far. We drove from Fort Worth to camp here.
Date of Stay: March, 2005
This was our second time at this park. The first time we went it rained most of our trip. We hiked the trails, which were great and also made for some great photos. The atmosphere is friendly here. The dinosaur track areas are neat to see and the rocks we crossed to get there was exciting to cross with the water flowing over. Our dogs chased balls in the water and enjoyed it. The water was a little chilly when we went, but what isn't in Texas during March. The dinosaurs at the front of the park also make for creative photos and add a great element to this park! My husband and I stayed here with our two nephews and 3 dogs. I love staying at this park because of the trails, the flowing water, and the nice atmosphere! We will be back again!