9 Parks near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Jun 2015 - $69.00
Location can't be beat. Steps away from the beach and a great pier to enjoy in the evenings. We were packed in there but everyone around us was friendly. Cable, Wi-Fi (not free) and hookups were good. - buckingthenorm
Jun 2015 - $50.00
Very crowded park; especially, if you are next to a site that has a long 5th Wheel and 2 pick up trucks. People smoke everywhere. On the beach, in their campsite, in and around their pool. Just be ready to make adjustments if you are not a fan of cigarette smoke.
The campground itself is OK. Not sure if it was the wind or the mass amount of people but there was trash (plastic bottles, wrappers..etc) everywhere. - ETCTA
Sep 2014 - $45.00
This campground is extremely crowded and all the sites are very close together! That said, if you want to camp very close to the ocean, then this is your place. We did enjoy our stay because of our location and had fun visiting the pier each night. The staff were super nice and friendly and we really did feel like a welcomed guest. But if you are looking for a little space and less people, this probably isn't the place to stay. - Roadschool
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Check in was fast and friendly, we stayed 6 nights using PA discount. Had to pay $2 a day extra for my motorcycle. Sites were paved, long and nice spacing, I had good shade but the spring time trees were a bit messy. Electric and water were good, road noise could be an issue if you are near the south end of the CG. Plenty of green space for dog business walks.
The pool was large, clean and many lounge chairs to use. There are many restaurants and shopping in the area. I will stop here again. - Diablo
Mar 2016 - $74.00
We needed a campground for 2 nights, all were booked up except this park. I agreed on the price so we went in and WOW what a shock. A 45' back-in site with 30 amp, sites very close, concrete pads were very dirty, grass was not mowed, they do have leaf rakes to borrow so you can rake up your site, and other campers not very friendly. This park is not a resort, it is a $30.00 per night place to stop. - sportscoach 1
Mar 2016 - $67.00
This campground is in North Myrtle Beach. Sites weren't cramped, and were concrete paved with patio apron. Voltage was consistently good, water pressure and quality were good. Free cable TV with a good assortment of channels. There are a good number of trees in the park, but we were able to position our motor home so that our roof top dome could see the satellite. The nightly rate is what was on their sign - we stayed on Coast to Coast using our points, so our only out of pocket was upcharge for 50 amp service and taxes. All in all a very nice park - we would definitely stay there again. - Starxd
Jan 2016 - $40.00
We traveled with our two children and dog in a small travel trailer. It's very dog friendly and staff was pleasant. We wanted a quick getaway for the New Year. I think in the summer, this place would be nicer to stay at with more to do. You can't rent the kayaks or anything in winter. It's a small campground. Only one short trail around the pond which sadly was littered on one side with lots of discarded bottles and trash. Bathrooms are individual private bathrooms which is nice, but as others have said, very small. No place to set your things down and a sink so tiny you can barely brush your teeth in it. The pool was obviously closed, but looked nice enough. The sites were clean, most were level. The waterway is pretty. Many sites have NO fire ring! It does say you can bring a fire pit, but we aren't used to having to lug our own pit around since every other place we've been has them. My biggest con about this place was that you could hear highway traffic the entire time. It's sandwiched between a highway/busy area, a neighborhood and two schools. If I had realized that, I would have booked somewhere else. If you are looking for a home base to enjoy all the Myrtle Beach attractions, this is a good spot. If you just want peace and quiet then not so much. - navygirl36
Dec 2015 - $3.00
We have stayed here many, many times. Friendly staff, nice size campsites and right on the intercostal waterway so can watch the boats go by. Fire rings at all sites. Nice laundry facility. - Dedra C
Nov 2015 - $15.00
We stayed under AOR @ $9 AOR + $3 Resort fee + $3 50 amp = $15 + Sales Tax & Hotel Tax. Total of $16.46/day. Interior roads are in poor. We really like this campground because of location and the fact that we can watch the boats travel on the Intracoastal Waterway. Each site has a concrete RV pad and most are large pull-thrus. Picnic table at each site. The utility pedestals are new. Verizon signal was 3 bars / 4G & good satellite reception. - RalphA
Jul 2015 - $80.00
We found this campground by looking thru rv park reviews, it's a great place for families and pets. Very crowded but to be expected for this kind of rv camping. We are less than 500 yards from the beach. A short walk. There is a small water park with 3 slides, for big kids and 3 slides for little kid, plus a lazy river and indoor pool. This is a Christ centered camp, but not pushy. We had a great time. Great for families. We will come again. Our site is close to our neighbors, but there is over 1000 site. It is to be expected. Our plan was to hit the beach each day and we have done that. - big_country
Jul 2015 - $80.00
This campground has improved alot over the years. The rate is high for this type of resort but it is an all inclusive rate. They have putt-putt, paddle/canoe boats bike rentals and a waterpark that is free to use. They also offer a country variety type show that is also included. They are a family resort and alcohol is "prohibited". They will not say anything unless you get rowdy, rule is to keep the "partying" to a minimum. They do not allow temporary campers to bring in golf carts and I have mixed feelings about this, but I guess it helps keep the cart traffic down. The security teams does a good job and enforce quiet time (11PM) strictly and safety is a priority. This is a oceanfront campground and everyone likes to have a good time, the kids have lots to do and of course they get loud, but I consider it a blessing! The sites vary in size but most are more than adequate. The one time I had a site issue they found one that was better and switched us. The summer is very busy and I suppose its possible to fill up completely and not be able to move. I have stayed at other area campgrounds and all in all this fits us very well and we call it our Beach Home. - racer93
Jul 2015 - $63.00
Check-in was easy but not at all personal. We were told no personal golf carts but they can be rented. We went to our campsite and it was too tight to get in. With help from other campers we got in and got set up. Golf carts everywhere. The rules are you must be over 16 to drive carts. There were kids driving carts all over. They would not stop at signs and lower speeds were not a option for them. There was no parking for anything other than golf carts. We did not rent a cart due to price; this would have doubled the price of the stay. The beach was nice. The pool and slides were so full as you could barely move. The pool and slides are not large enough for the crowds it draws. And did I mention no parking for anything but golf carts? After dark they have concerts that we did not go to. The crowds were out the door. After everything closes the kids ride around the park on golf carts till 1:30-2:00 in the AM with radios blasting right outside. Don't get me wrong I have 2 kids that were with me on this trip but after 3 days they were ready to come home. We stayed 9. When complained about the carts and music; what we got was SORRY. The bad thing about the whole thing they don't seem to care enough about the park to enforce their own rules. The part of the park they call villas look to be in need of repair and some looked to be empty and run down. I will not be back! My kids 9 and 12 said the mountains are calling! - Chris T
Mar 2016 - $52.00
Can't wait to go back! So much to do and so much fun. The campers are close but we didn't go there to spend time at the camper, we went for the ocean. The location is awesome compared to the ocean. There are so many things to see and do that you wont spend a lot of time at the camper so the density of the park is not really an issue. If you want to be close to the beach this is the campground for you. - LoveCamping2000
Jan 2016 - $52.00
This was a very friendly place. Very clean and we'll maintained. The spot I stayed at had a patio over looking the water. There was plenty of room between camping spot you don't feel like you're on top of each other. They lead you to your spot so you're not going to get lost. The roads are wide so you have plenty of room to navigate. You are only four short blocks from the beach. And close to the start of the boardwalk. - Wmkbailey
Aug 2015 - $70.00
Very expensive, if you have children traveling with you, it would probably be a better value, as they have lots of activities for children. Camp was clean and well maintained. Very extensive staff. "ride to beach" is a cart that takes you 3 blocks and lets you out to walk the rest of the distance. The site we were given was hard to back into for our 38' fifth wheel. - Glendaj
Apr 2016 - $35.00
We actually stayed in 2 different sites for a week each. The first spot was in #108 and it was extremely hard to get into as it was at a 90 degree angle with trees on each side of the entry. We had to ask 2 other campers to move their vehicles just to be able to get into the site. It was listed as 45' and our 5th wheel is 34' so we never dreamed it would be such a challenge to get into. It had also rained and was a muddy mess. We did not enjoy this spot at all. This was during spring break and there were kids everywhere on bikes making it even worse. The 2nd site was #208 and it was angled in and the ground had been built up so mud was not an issue. The beach is very close and the hiking trails were nice. All utilities worked well. My only caution would be to know what your site looks like before booking. We would stay here again, but definitely not during spring break or the summer just due to the number of kids running wild. There was also a lot of airplane noise as it is under the flight approach and there are helicopters constantly flying over with tours. - jacknpeg
Jan 2016 - $25.00
We stayed in the park about a week as we had appointments in the area. The entire park is very shady, even in winter. It is a short walk up to ocean and the dunes. Road in is twisty and narrow, but just required patience. I'm a brand new driver and our rig is 39'. Services were fine, WiFi was weak, but serviceable for mail, etc. On site camp store is handy and the help was friendly and obliging. One of the camp hosts interrupted his dinner to track down somebody to fix our furnace as it was going to be 24 that night.
I would stay here again, I imagine it is spectacular in the warmer months. - Sheryl E
Jan 2016 - $28.00
The overall park itself is great. Right off highway 17. Very pretty, close to the beach and pier. A great place for bicycle riding. The RV section I had a few issues with but even so my stay was enjoyable. Perhaps my site was designed for a larger rig--mine is 24 feet--or it was just poorly set up--the water and sewer were so far from each other that if I used one I could not reach the other. The site was level and being near the rest room where the wifi was, got excellent connectivity. The restrooms and showers were spotless. The water pressure in the shower was very strong. Sent water everywhere. And the water was barely lukewarm--but I am sure that was just a one off and I reported it to maintenance. But beware if you use the shower. The park is under the flight pattern for the airport but the planes were not as noisy as one might expect. They did not bother me and noise usually does. The park is easy driving distance to stores and restaurants. - nanzhere
Dec 2015 - $65.00
We ended up at Myrtle Beach Travel Park on a last minute whim. It is a huge park with lots of RVs crammed in everywhere. Since we did not plan ahead we had to take a spot in the back in section (Section B) to get close to the ocean. I would not recommend the back in section unless you have a smaller travel trailer or just really like a backing challenge. The road is narrow and you have to try to dodge parked vehicles and the shaded covers. The rest of the beachfront area is pull through and easy to access though. We liked the closeness to the beach and the lack of golf carts in this park. We did not like our noisy neighbors or the fact that kids were taking lounge chairs from campsites in the middle of the night and placing them at various places around the park as pranks. Those issues just seem to come with huge family parks though. We will probably return because it is so convenient to the beach and restaurants. We had no problems with park management and noticed they work hard to keep things clean and well maintained. - Echelon73
Sep 2015 - $50.00
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. - Vectra Driver
Sep 2015 - $75.00
This is a very large park right on the ocean. The beach was very nice and the water was very warm. We were there in late august and early September. There is a large camping store on site as well as a very large pool area. This is definitely a great family camping park. Myrtle Beach has several great rv parks and this ranks in the top three. - User3770
Apr 2016 - $50.00
This park is just about what you would expect for a well run ocean front resort, on a weekend in our case. Lots of people, lots of golf carts cruising the roads, some noise. They really try to keep a handle on it, though. The sites vary a lot in size, shade, level, and surface in this large park. Ours was away from the beach, level, shaded and spacious. Be sure to ask for what you need when you book. The office was very busy at check in time, but the staff was pleasant and efficient. Unless you have trouble walking, you can walk to the beach from anywhere in the park. We didn't use the cable TV or wifi. Verizon cell and Internet service was good. - JA1800
Mar 2016 - $39.00
Visited park in off season so it wasn't very busy. It is an huge complex with access to just about everything you need, including RV supplies/parts. The ocean view was amazing and the beaches are perfect. Very close to shopping and restaurants. Park is well maintained and clean however consider the time frame. Lots of golf cars which frankly are a little annoying. Definitely would stay again but probably move off the water more towards the shaded, tree sections. - BNicholsWorth
Feb 2016 - $46.00
Sites were close but not difficult to pull into. Loved being close to the beach, hearing the surf and watching the sun come up. Would stay here again. Construction of new water park made driving through the park difficult. Park has wonderful access to the beach with handicapped accessible covered decks to sit and look out at the water on. There are many activities for families. Entrance to the park is from a divided very busy road and not easy to negotiate. Finding our site in such an enormous park was very difficult at dusk. Hook ups were well placed and easily used. - carmilake
Mar 2016 - $30.00
After calling this park and being told that the pool was open, we chose this park over our usual visit to the state park nearby. However, upon arrival we were disappointed to see that the outdoor pool was not open, nor were most of the other amenities. Other campers were also told the same as us. The bathhouse nearest us had some severe humidity issues that were not attended to.They were also not regularly cleaned but since it was off-season and not used by many, they were okay. This park has some wonderful newer amenities for families/children but the bathhouses are old and dated. A section of trailers down near the beach were extremely unsightly and should be removed. Huge park, half permanent, half camping sites. New cabins just installed (20). Right on the beach. Security at front office. No ground fires allowed. This park is probably 100% better during the main season--with most things closed, we didn't get the true experience. - littleleftie
Jan 2016 - $20.00
The Internal roads are paved, the sites are a grass/sand mix and are fairly level and quite wide. The facilities worked well, but are located at the back of the site, I needed a 25 ' sewer hose and 30' power and water lines, the site was satellite friendly. Staff were friendly, park WiFi worked very well, T-Mobile cell service was very good. The park was quiet. We would stay here again. - KDSpree
Nov 2015 - $40.00
This was our 2nd stay here. We got a paved site with a shelter so there's more room between sites. Water pressure seemed weak so we removed our pressure regulator and it worked fine afterwards. Our site was level, no shade, close to the ocean. Cable worked great but wifi was weak. Frankly, we had stronger signal from the campground next door. We were here when the park next door was having their annual horse beach ride. The horses really messed up the sand on the beach making it difficult to walk but the high tide fixed that problem. Of course, there's lots of golf carts here but we expected that. We enjoyed our stay in this park and plan to return next year. - Flippitti