A Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Campground & RV Park.
This campground was ok. If you like crowded, un-level, brownish water, and just no sense of relaxation, then this is the place for you. The place is packed. Great for the kids, because there is a ton of stuff for them to do. There is no time for a parent to catch their breath. Fireworks are shot off until 11pm or later every night. My campsite was very un-level. I about couldn’t reach the first step getting into my camper. The water hookup produced a discolored water that had a brownish tint to it. The staff at check in were just trying to herd everyone through like cattle. Didn’t even fix an error on their part when they should have. All in all it was ok. We may or may not go back again.
The park stipulates 10 mph through park however they allow the golf carts to be driven by 16 year olds/ teenagers and adults to drive faster. The teens have no respect for anyone else 2 people in our group got hit with one. They blast thier music up and down each street after 10pm. After almost getting run over myself by a girl who had no lights on I spoke with one of the 2 security guards that was just sitting parked watching the kids and they said they couldn't do anything about it. I think they should hold the parents/ kids accountable by taking kids off the carts and take the carts to parents to reprimand them and if continue take cart away with no refund. Maybe then the parents will pay attention to what is gping on rather than letting the do what they want.
When our children were young, back in the early 90s, we camped here & loved all it had to offer. We especially liked the church services & bible studies. Now 25 yrs later, we are retired & came back this week on a last minute trip. Still the same great place but bigger. I can imagine it would be quite busy in the summer but this week was perfect for us retired folks. Enjoyed the beach & the indoor pool & hot tub. Visited the coffee shop for some good coffee & biscuits & gravy. Would love to bring the grandkids back.
Rated a 5 star! Spent five days here with three kids. There was everything for all ages. Bathhouses were clean, water park was a hit for the kids and the beach was great. My wife loved the coffee house and the fact there was an onsite laundrymat. Next time we will reserve an Oceanfront for the concrete patio. Highly recommend this place!
This campground has great sites that are easy to back into. Picnic tables at each site. Free mini golf, paddle boats, shuffle board, cornhole and a water park. They have a store and gift shop and prepared food for purchase.
I've been camping out at this resort since I was a wee kid in short pants tooling around on my bike.
Like most camping resorts in this area, it has pretty much anything you'd want. You can still go out and enjoy the Myrtle Beach area sights and sounds, but, if you don't want to, you'd never have to leave the park.
There's lots of stuff for kids to do.
The most family friendly campground in south Myrtle Beach. There is a coffee house, seaside amphitheater, seaside indoor pool, and tons of activities for the family, all of which is included with your campsite. The public areas are very well maintained although the campsites are moderate. Site spacing is tight. They have direct beach access, easy to enjoy during a morning stroll. Unfortunately they have a very strict rule on bringing your own golf cart and have to rent one through them at a extremely high cost compared to other local campgrounds.
We stayed here in a Class C and Class A motor home numerous times.
This is one of a handful of 'mega campgrounds' in the Myrtle Beach area with 1,000+ sites. There are a lot of activities to do here including a water slide complex, lazy river, beachside amphitheater, coffee shop, beach access, etc. They have wifi but good luck getting anything to work. All activities are included with your site rental.
The sites themselves as well as the interior infrastructure of the campground is in need of improvements. The staff is somewhat friendly and helpful for the most part. The vast majority of the beach front sites are grass spaces, relatively tight, with little to no shade.
We stayed here half a dozen times in travel trailers and motor homes.