Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
12. Camping

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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.

Carolina Pines

from 3 reviews

Carolina Pines is an upscale-meets-down-home-hospitality campground located in Conway. Carolina Pines is home to large RV sites with full hook-ups and pull-through sites. Guests can also opt to stay in one of the Carolina Cottages that are offered in a variety of sizes. Amenities here include indoor & outdoor pools, a waterpark, arcade, and much more!

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Ocean Lakes Family Campground

from 9 reviews

You must see for yourself all that Ocean Lakes has to offer. Besides 100s of RV sites next to the beach or in the cool shade of the woods, you’ll find a Recreation Building, Mini-golf, a Nature Center, a 12,000-sq ft grocery store, Laundromat, a non-denominational church, playground, swimming pool, and even bicycle rental. All this just scratches the surface. Park once and never leave until it’s time to go home!

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Lakewood Camping Resort

from 9 reviews

It’s no wonder Lakewood was named one of the Top 5 RV Resorts in the nation by a leading RV magazine. Its 200-acres of oceanfront property features an oceanfront water park, lazy river, swimming pools, and so much more. RV sites, permanent villas, activities, events, and its own long-running country music revue, High Steppin’ Country beg the question; What more could you want in a Myrtle Beach vacation?”

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Apache Family Campground and Pier

from 30 reviews

You’ll have it all at Apache; oceanfront or forested campsites, plenty of activities for the kids, leisure living rentals with screened porches, and a campground with its own pier, which happens to be the longest wooden pier on the East Coast. If that’s not enough, how about seasonal live entertainment, fishing, and a restaurant, Croakers at the Pier, for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Myrtle Beach State Park

from 1 reviews

Getting back to nature” is the underlying theme at two wonderful State Parks along the Grand Strand; Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet. Very different from one another, both parks offer RV and primitive campsites, nature centers, and seasonal activities. Myrtle Beach State Park has a fishing pier, and Huntington Beach State Park is known for the Atalaya ruins, along with birding and wildlife viewing opportunities.

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Myrtle Beach Travel Park Campground

from 4 reviews

Myrtle Beach Travel Park This 125-acre oceanfront campground offers guests a wide variety of sites including oceanfront sites along a half-mile of wide, sandy beachfront; spacious shaded sites set amid century-old live oaks; and lakeside campsites on a bluff overlook a beautiful, 17-acre freshwater lake filled with bass and bream for an unforgettable fishing experience.

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KOA Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach KOA is the proud home of many activities to enjoy. Splash Pad, Big Bouncer, Pet Park, Outdoor Cinema and more; also, RV, Cabin, Tent Sites or Deluxe Cabins with all the comforts of home. Hop on our beach shuttle or stroll to the ocean, restaurants, shops and attractions including the new boardwalk.

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Willow Tree Resort Myrtle Beach

from 1 reviews

One of the Best of the Best! WillowTree RV Resort and Campground, hidden just 12 miles inland, offers an unexpected haven within minutes of Myrtle Beach. Recognized within the RV industry as a top-rated park WillowTree is a must to consider for your next camping experience.

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