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