102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH

12. Camping

Ahh, the great outdoors.

Don’t let your daytrips to the beach and a little mini golf be the only time you spend outside while visiting the Grand Strand. Consider the joys and family bonding of camping at the many fine parks or Myrtle Beach campgrounds.

Decide for yourself whether you want to rough it in a tent and sleeping bag, or glamour-camp (glamping) in style in a luxury RV with satellite cable TV, a hot shower, a full kitchen, and a comfy queen sized bed.

Myrtle Beach State Park even offers cabins with heat and air conditioning. Whether you camp or glamp, you’ll be close to nature, nestled in among the maritime forests, and feel rejuvenated while saving a little money.

Besides our two state parks — Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park — there are fabulous commercial campgrounds in Myrtle Beach, which blend resort amenities with a family and budget-friendly way to vacation in style, in the woods.