Hotels & Accommodations
Where to camp: Our favorite campgrounds in Myrtle Beach
Experience Myrtle Beach in an all-new way with a stay at one of the area’s fabulous campgrounds or camping resorts.
Whether you’re looking to sleep in a tent under the stars, are traveling in an RV or just want the campground experience with the luxuries of a vacation rental, these Myrtle Beach area campgrounds have something for you!
Many of the Myrtle Beach area campgrounds boast oceanfront locations, awesome amenities like pools and waterparks, and more. They host events year-round to keep guests entertained and foster a family-friendly experience that can’t be found anywhere else.
PirateLand Myrtle Beach
5401 S. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
PirateLand is located near the south end of Myrtle Beach with 180 acres of oceanfront property. They have campsites and vacation rentals great for all groups. The Pirate Oasis has an enormous Pirate Ship Splash Pool, winding lazy river and Olympic size outdoor pool. Your family will love all of the activities planned at the campground each day!
Lodging options include RV-equipped campsites with full hookups including water, sewer, electric and cable. Site options include oceanfront sites with back-in wooden shelters, lakeside sites, sites with concrete pads and shelters and more. No RV? No problem. Permanently fixed vacation rentals are also available.
PirateLand is full of family fun throughout the year. In the summer months, you’ll find food trucks stopping by and through October, PirateLand celebrates scary season with their Spooktacular Celebration full of fun activities, scavenger hunts, arts & crafts and more.
Lakewood Camping Resort
5901 South Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
It’s no wonder Lakewood was named one of the Top 5 RV Resorts in the nation by a leading RV magazine. Its square-half mile oceanfront property features a full water park, indoor and outdoor pools, a mini golf course and more.
Accommodation options include a variety of campsites including oceanfront, lakefront, open sunny and shady spots. There are full hookup sites with free wifi and cable. Tent camping is permitted as well. For those without camping gear, there are 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-bedroom vacation rentals.
Lakewood Camping Resort embraces the camping culture, promoting fun ways to connect with fellow travelers, including live entertainment and planned activities. Grab a bite to eat at an oceanside food truck or stop in at the Sand Castle Creamery or Beach Bum Coffee House.
Myrtle Beach Travel Park Campground
10108 Kings Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Myrtle Beach Travel Park was named the 2020 Mega Park of the Year by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds. This oceanfront camping resort has been a longtime fan favorite in Myrtle Beach for families and individuals seeking a great camping atmosphere and experience.
Myrtle Beach Travel Park features indoor and outdoor swimming pools, lazy river, playground, basketball court, beach volleyball court and more. Visit the kayak shack where you can rent kayaks, paddleboards or pedal boats for a day of fun on the water. There’s also an arcade and snack bar, camp store, and the Breakfast by the Sea restaurant. Myrtle Beach Travel Park offers fun family-friendly activities year round, including fitness classes, line dancing, games, potlucks, crafts and more. Celebrate year-round with parties for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, and St. Patrick’s Day among others!
RV sites include full utilities, free wireless internet, and a picnic table. Beach sites also include a covered shelter. Vacation rental options include ocean villas, travel trailers, and the adorable lake view cabin.
Myrtle Beach KOA
613 5th Avenue South, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
For tourists who want to enjoy all the amenities Myrtle Beach has to offer without having to drive, it’s hard to beat Myrtle Beach KOA in the heart of Sun Fun City. The only downtown campground allows visitors to walk to a number of Myrtle Beach hot spots or chill out at the camp site with fishing, biking and touring.
The Myrtle Beach KOA resort features a year-round pool, wi-fi, splash pad, playground and outdoor cinema. Activities are planned year-round, even in the winter for the growing number of snowbirds who call the resort home during the cooler months.
Lodging options include RV sites, camping cabins and tent camping. RV sites include deluxe patio back-in and pull-through sites with full hookups that feature spacious patio areas, fire rings and picnic tables; pull-through sites with full hookups and private decks overlooking water; and back-in grass sites perfect for pop-up, van and tent camping. Cabins are also available for rent at the resort.
Ocean Lakes Family Campground
6001 South Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Ocean Lakes Family Campground on the south side of town provides families a great place to enjoy the outdoors without roughing it too hard. The massive 310-acre site features 859 campsites and nearly one mile of beachfront, making it the largest campground on the East Coast. Chock full of amenities and fun, Ocean Lakes Family Campground is a fan favorite among visitors.
The Sandy Harbor Family Fun Center will keep the kids entertained throughout their trip with the 3-acre waterpark featuring a lazy river, Drop Zone Mat Racer slide, Tube slide, splash zone and kiddie pool. The Fun Center includes an 18-hole minigolf course, indoor and outdoor pools, arcade and two kiddie pools. Stop by the snack bar or coffee & creamery when your stomach starts to growl.
Ocean Lakes Family Campground offers a variety of lodging options, including pull-through RV sites that include electric, cable, free wi-fi, daily trash pickup and a picnic table. Tent camping is permitted at all sites as well. Nearly 300 rental sites in all sizes and price ranges are also available. The individually owned homes and trailers offer a variety of options.
Willow Tree RV Resort
520 Southern Sights Dr., Longs, SC 29568
Willow Tree RV and Camping Resort provides a unique camping experience just off the beaten path, yet close enough to town to find plenty of things to do.
Willow Tree’s describes its location as “Minutes from the Beach, Miles from the Masses.” Located about 12 miles inland, Willow Tree offers a unique camping experience with plenty of opportunity to explore the Grand Strand’s beaches as well.
Will Tree’s amenities include swimming pools, an in-lake waterpark, basketball court, playground, fitness center, dog park, and plenty of biking/walking trails.
Willow Tree caters to both experienced adventurers and first-time campers. RV sites include pull-through and lakeside spots with full hookups, paved RV pads, charcoal grill, picnic table, fire ring and plenty of lawn space. Fully-furnished cottages are also available and include full kitchens, screened porch, flat-screen TVs and free wi-fi.
North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock
260 Old Crane Road, Little River, SC 29566
The North Myrtle Beach RV Resort offers a luxurious camping atmosphere with breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Amenities at the resort include a pool with slide, kids’ splash pad and a double flow rider. Campers will enjoy monthly events, kids’ activities, and live music on the weekends during the season. The resort also includes a huge dry dock and marina and wet slips to store your boat during your stay. Explore the Intracoastal Waterway and nearby Little River right from the campgrounds.