WE camped here in 2018 winter and had a very good time. Other than February and if you are older than 55 or so you must move out after 2 weeks and sometimes if enough sites you can move to another site. In February they allow 4 weeks stay. Some sites are very level and some not so much, some smaller and some bigger. Pretty nice staff at the store and check in. The beach is gorgeous and a walk from campsites. Lots of great restaurants down the road and across the street is the Brookgreen Gardens which is a wonderful place to walk around and admire the plantings, there is wildlife area and you can take a ride up the river and see how life was back in the day. WONDERFUL place.
This place has all the amenities one could ask for in a beautiful setting by the beach. Lots of different campers, has a store, trails to walk or take your golf cart, steps away from the beach, clean bathhouses, and a pier ($5 a person) with another store that sells bait, novelties, etc. What else can one ask for unless you are looking for seclusion? Just go! Note: all of the Myrtle Beach attractions are a short 5-15 min drive away. And remember, no tents on the beach and dogs on the beach during limited hours only.
Pros: the facilities at this campground are nice, and it has free hot showers. There is some privacy between sites, and the camp store is convenient. There is also a short walk or drive to the beach itself, which is a nice beach.
Cons: this campground is right near the airport, so you will hear airplanes all day (and most of the night). Because of that, I wouldn't stay here again unless I was passing through.
Beautiful state park. Nature trails, nice size lots, clean, plenty of space. Close to night life, if you are looking for that too
We stayed here for a Martial Arts training weekend on the beach. The camping area has access to the beach and is maintained by the state park rangers. The campgrounds have garbage disposal, bathrooms and showers. The facilities were nice and you could reserve spots with electricity and water. Most all of the camping spots were sand based and of different sizes and shapes as the camping is fit into a horseshoe shaped area. It was also Bike week so there was a lot of people using the campgrounds but it did not seem loud or overwhelmed. There is a camp store and everyone is very friendly. The only facility issue we ran into was a shower head that didnt have a lot of pressure but from others in our group, this seemed to be the only one. They had RVs, tent sites and cabins.
Rgh across the road from beach front…lovely wave action to sleep by
We’ve stayed here several times and will definitely stay again. We love the shaded campsites that make it feel like the mountains, but are just a hop, skip and a jump to the ocean! The kids take their bikes and get ice cream. Ride on the boardwalk, go to the beach, or just ride around the campsites. Two stores, very clean facilities, spacious sites. Love it here!
The sites are close but the area around the campground is beautiful close to the beach
Nice campground and very clean bathrooms. So close to the beach. The sites were spaced nicely.
Right on the beach, well there was a berm in between but close enough! So much to do within a short drive. We mostly stayed and played at the beach. Staff were nice, facilities were well kept and clean.