Hideaway RV Resort
Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, Hideaway RV Resort is a secluded and quiet getaway just minutes away from the beach and is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach.
Hideaway offers a premier RV experience for campers of all ages. Whether you want to go boating on the waterway, float around in the pool, play games on the waterfront, spend time relaxing at your campsite or go golfing nearby, Hideaway has something for everyone.
Myrtle Beach KOA is an excellent base camp in the heart of area attractions. The KOA is within walking distance of beautiful beaches, water and amusement parks, miniature golf and other attractions. In addition, this Good Sam RV park in Myrtle Beach, South Caroli, is just a short drive from over 100 golf courses and the SCAR SpeedPark.
Myrtle Beach KOA is a mecca of fun for the entire family, including the furry family members. This KOA sports a Big Bouncer play area, two playgrounds, and an outdoor movie theater. Fido will love Kamp K9, a fenced, off-leash area with fresh water for the puppies and seats for their humans. This campground’s shady sites and lush tree-lined landscape offer a comfortable place to relax after an on-site wagon ride or day of enjoying area activities.
“Nice campground. Not too far from a lot of things to do. Nice pool and nice large sites. Our site had a deck off the back side which was cool. My kids liked it there and enjoyed riding their bikes around the campground.” – Joe, Trip Advisor reviews
Pirateland Family Camping Resort is tucked away along the Atlantic, just outside of the Myrtle Beach city limits. These RV sites provide easy access to a half mile of ocean beachfront and the many attractions of the nearby city. This campground shows why Myrtle Beach has become a number one destition for family vacations.
Pirate’s Oasis is an on-site water park with a lazy river, Olympic-sized swimming pool, and a 5,000 square-foot Pirate Ship Splash Pool. During the summer months, Pirateland is buzzing with activities, and there is something to do for everyone. This resort offers affordable monthly and extended stay rates year-round.
“We have been coming here for years. We have camped and stayed in villas as well. It has taken a while but the places are becoming very handicap friendly. Very relaxing place to stay. Good pricing. Right on the beach! Great place for kids!! Pool, lazy river, splash pad, arcade, laundry mat, on-site store, pizza everything. Most days we don’t even leave the campground.” – An, Google reviews
At the less congested south end of Myrtle Beach, you’ll find Ocean Lakes Family Campground. This award-winning campground is located on 310 oceanfront acres. Ocean Lakes ranks as one of the tion’s top RV destitions for customer service and amenities. The staff strives to provide an exemplary family experience all year-round.
No matter what season it is, you’ll feel welcome at Ocean Lakes. Their exemplary service remains consistent throughout the year, but the energy level of the park evolves with the seasons. The summer months are filled with busy guests enjoying the activity-filled area. In the off-season, the atmosphere mellows, crowds thin, and guests tend to relax.
“Great place for a family vacation, or even just a quiet getaway. The lot we lucked out getting was right up close to the beach. Nice to wake up, pour some coffee and sip it while looking out at the ocean. The campground is clean, the people are nice, and the atmosphere is calm and tranquil… The people are military/veteran friendly, as well. There are lots of wildlife living here too (see pics). Even got to see some of the Blue Angels flying overhead on some practice flights before the air show. Highly recommend.” – Roger, Google reviews
Lakewood Camping Resort is close to local attractions. Sandy beaches, water sports, pristine golf courses, and exciting nightlife abound in the area. However, this RV park in Myrtle Beach has all you need for a fulfilling visit, including half a mile of beachfront.
At close to 300 acres, Lakewood is a huge family playground. It has a full-sized water park, two pools (including one with a mountain theme), large jacuzzi, mini-golf course, and bike rentals. You’ll also be near the longest resort beach available on the Grand Strand. Evenings are filled with live music, Tiki Ball snow cones, and plenty of relaxing deck space.
“We all went camping there for five days and we all had a great time. There was 8 of us in our party, we found the bathrooms to be cleaned, garbage was picked up regularly, we were in a shaded area and was really close to the beach. We all can’t wait to go back. The weather was beautiful all week for us. Thank you, Lakewood for making our vacation a great one. See you all again.” – Grace, Google reviews
At the coveted north-end of Myrtle Beach, Apache Family Campground and Pier affords spectacular Atlantic views. The East Coast’s longest wooden pier offers a stroll above the waves, live music, and boundless fishing opportunities. The Apache Family Campground, an oceanfront property and home to the Apache Pier, has welcomed families to the famous Grand Strand for over 40 years.
This resort’s backyard is an immaculate white-sand, Atlantic Ocean beach. While the pier is an entertainment hub, the park offers activities, an arcade, and pool with a splash park. If you ever get tired of grilling at this campground in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, there are countless dining venues in downtown Myrtle Beach. The area’s most popular attractions are all close by.
“Just stayed a week here. It’s a bit crowded until you get to the camp spots, but the spots are decent, and the amenities are nice as well. The pier is a nice place to fish and hang out after dark. The only thing is they have gate hours, if you’re not back before a certain time you have to park quite a way away from your site and walk back. We will definitely go back though.” – Justin, Google reviews
When you stay at Myrtle Beach Travel Park, you’ll get a half-mile of gentle breezes along the sandy Atlantic coastline. An on-site lake is also available for guests who want to cast a line for largemouth bass. The friendly staff is always eager to steer saltwater fisherman in the right direction — right out the door to the Atlantic.
Along with the striking beachfront, your family will love the huge water recreation area. This Myrtle Beach campground is home to both indoor and outdoor heated pools that are complemented by a lazy river. The arcade provides indoor entertainment for the entire family, and the camp store is stocked with everything from groceries to camping supplies.
“I love the oceanfront sites, but there are nice wooded areas to choose from if you prefer. The bathhouses are convenient, and the whole park is well maintained. The only concern is the pool is too crowded. The office staff is friendly and efficient. We make our reservations for the next year before we leave.” – Allison, Google reviews
Located along a beautiful segment of the Intracoastal Waterway, Cypress Camping Resort offers access to some great camping opportunities. In fact, it’s one of the top long-term RV parks in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Visitors will find plenty of activities to enjoy on the waterway, including sightseeing tours, dinner cruises, watercraft rentals, and fishing charters.
Cypress Camping Resort offers something for everyone and strives to “Inspire Your Spirit.” The property is relatively new, so every aspect has an updated feel. While Cypress is close to attractions, entertainment, and shopping, it houses its own camp store and café. For boaters, landing access is available on-site and groups are welcomed.
“Vast campground for trailers. Golf cart transport provided for our church picnic. Along the intercontinental waterway. Swimming, boats. Boats come and anchor nearby for swimming and watching public baptisms in the waterway. We stayed in one area so didn’t see all. We had burgers, hot dogs chicken on the grill. All brought sides or dessert. Lemonade, sweet tea and water plentiful available. Warm hot day cooled under shade trees or umbrellas. Kids on banana boats or rentals available. It appears long-term or seasonal rental sites.” – Diane, Google reviews
There is plenty to see and do on-site and within a short drive of Briarcliffe RV Resort. Briarcliffe is centrally located between North Myrtle Beach and downtown Myrtle Beach, at the core of the famous Grand Strand. The area is world famous for its beautiful weather, white sand beaches, manicured golf courses, and excellent dining options.
Just a mile from the beach, this resort offers a more relaxing atmosphere without the hustle and bustle of oceanfront properties. The staff proudly serves guests with first-class, family-focused activities and exemplary customer service. In addition, Briarcliffe RV Resort is home to the only Olympic-sized pool overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.
“on the ocean” still within a mile of the beaches. Clean, concrete pads, full hookups, paved roads, large pool & clubhouse with snack bar, playground, mini golf, basketball court, horseshoes, shuffleboard & other activities. Private golf cart or walking access to Bearfoot Landing located right next door. Coast to Coast, Good Sam & Passport America discounts are accepted.” – Rick, Google reviews
Little River is a quaint fishing village known for fresh seafood, deep sea fishing, centenarian oak trees, and North Myrtle Beach RV Resort. The resort is just a short drive from all of the areas fabulous attractions, world-renowned golf courses, dining, shopping, and unique entertainment. You’ll appreciate that the resort provides a quieter place to stay, away from the crowd.
This property is the newest luxurious waterfront RV resort in the North Myrtle Beach area. Located on the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort offers a state-of-the-art dry dock. You’ll also find wet slips, watercraft rentals, and a swimming pool with a 150-foot waterslide.
“What a memorial time my Kids and I experienced. We Stayed a week here and it was great. The slide, the paddle boards and the boat rentals were awesome. The staff was very helpful and even helped my husband back in (love you babe). Was close to anything we wanted in regard to shopping and restaurants. Rented the pontoon and visited Barefoot landing and eat lunch ant the new Lulu’s restaurant on the River. Great experience. Highly recommend if you want to get away and love the views and water.” – Missy, Google reviews
Willowtree RV Resort is an inland property that’s just 12 miles from the beach in Cherry Grove, South Carolina. Their slogan says it all, “Minutes from the Beach, Miles from the Masses.” Willowtree offers both relaxation and access to the constant activity available in nearby Myrtle Beach.
Although several miles from the ocean, Willowtree offers sites along its 36-acre lake. This is convenient for those who love fishing and bird watching. You may also get visiting wildlife such as deer foraging with newborn fawns in the early morning hours. Buddy sites are available for group camping, designed to create a group common area.
“This is by far the best campground we have been to. The facilities and campground are immaculate. The staff and seasonal campers are very friendly and helpful. The sites are very well maintained and come with a charcoal grill. We stayed in the buddy sites on 22 and 23. All of the sites are huge and have concrete pads. The fish are plentiful in the lake and the pool is perfect. Would recommend to anyone traveling in the area. It’s a great place.” – William, Google reviews
With so much to see and do, Myrtle Beach is a premier vacation destination. A trip could include stays at more than one RV park in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, area. Thankfully, there are plenty of outstanding campgrounds near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. In this busy area, it may be worth the time to research others for yourself.
South Carolina offers the beauty of the Atlantic coastline and world-renowned attractions. RV parks offer an excellent way to enjoy it all and relax. Luckily, there are plenty of RV rentals available in the region.
Before heading out, be sure to check out The 10 Best RV Trips to Take in South Carolina. Good luck on your road trip!
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