When you are contemplating a trip around Myrtle Beach, you are probably thinking of all the wonderful places you can visit like the Boardwalk on Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach State Park, and the myriad golf courses that blanket the area. Renting an RV is a perfect way to get to all the sites you want to see. Before you begin searching for an RV rental in Myrtle Beach, it's good to know about the types of RVs that are available at RVshare.
Motorhomes are classified according to size and purpose. Class A motorhomes are the largest types of RVs and can sometimes resemble a small house. These RVs can be simply outfitted or filled with customized amenities, but they are all spacious and have all the room you need for a large group of passengers. Class C RVs are the next size down. They are still quite roomy, though, and usually have two separate sleeping areas and a separate bath area. Motorhome rentals in Myrtle Beach are easy to find on RVshare.
Class B RVs are campervans, which are basically vans that double as campers. Campervans are very convenient because they can be easily parked and moved. Often, they have custom fittings.
Towable trailers can be different sizes and are pulled behind a vehicle. A fifth wheel is the largest towable motorhome and is called a fifth wheel because it partially fits over the bed of a truck. Pop-up campers are the smallest campers and are towed behind a vehicle. A pop-up camper rental in Myrtle Beach is easy to set up and pull down and is great for small groups.
You will want to plan your overnight stays in your RV to ensure you get the most out of your trip. There are several great campgrounds that you can stay at that are close to Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach KOA is right in the middle of all the fun, and you can walk to the beach, several amusement and water parks, and many other activities. There are 432 RV sites, a pool, a fenced pet area, and plenty of shade.
If you want a peaceful and quiet campground that is right on the beach, then Ocean Lakes Family Campground is the perfect place. It is located on 310 oceanfront acres and is a top-rated RV camp. The service is always excellent, and there are many fun activities, a splash area for the kids, and lots of wildlife to see.
Much of the fun of an RV trip with one of RVshare's camper rentals in Myrtle Beach is the ability to see many parks. Congaree National Park is located near Columbia, South Carolina, and has some of the tallest trees on the East Coast. Congaree is unique in that much of the hardwood trees were not logged. The park includes the forest, the Congaree River, and the plains. There are lots of trails of varying lengths that traverse the forests and the river. You can also fish and canoe here.
At some point during your travels, you may need to park and store your RV while you are otherwise occupied. Storage facilities where you can store your RV for a fee include Strand Storage Center, U-Haul Moving and Storage of Myrtle Beach, and A & A Boat & Trailer Storage to name a few. These facilities will have secure lots for your motorhome. Some of the facilities also have security cameras.
There are several dumpstations located close to Myrtle Beach. The Myrtle Beach KOA, Brunswick Beaches Camping Resort, and Apache Family Campground all have dumpstations and water available for campers and motorhomes.
Myrtle Beach celebrates Independence Day in style! To make sure you do not miss any of the fun, use the RVshare planner to find the perfect RV and plan your trip. There are multiple fireworks and other types of events that take place either directly on the water or close by. Broadway at the Beach is an annual Independence Day celebration that begins at 10 p.m. on July Fourth at Lake Broadway. Cherry Grove Pier has a fireworks display that begins at 9:30 p.m. on July Fourth in North Myrtle Beach.
The Surfside Beach 4th of July Celebration begins at 6 p.m. on July Fourth at Surfside Pier. There will be live entertainment and family activities. Salute From the Shore takes place at 1 p.m. and begins with a stirring flyover of F-16s from the McEntire Joint National Guard. The Murrells Inlet Boat Parade starts at noon at Garden City Point and goes from the Marshwalk to Morse Park Landing.
As you're traveling around the Myrtle Beach area, you will naturally want to participate in activities. The Carolina Opry is an exciting venue to watch a variety of family-friendly shows that feature dance, music, comedy, and other formats.
Go-karts are so much fun! Visit the Broadway Grand Prix Family Race and challenge your family to a race around the park. There are seven tracks for the big folks, and the kids will enjoy the Grand Prix Express, Tot Rods, Carousel, Kiddie Speedway, and more. There is even a mini-golf course, bumper boats, a climbing wall, an arcade, and the thrilling Skycoaster.
South Carolina is home to two popular colleges, Clemson University and the University of South Carolina, that have a variety of athletic teams. The Clemson Tigers and the USC Gamecocks put on exciting football, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, track, and other team competitive sports all year-round.
Highways 17, 90, and 22 and Interstate 95 all run near or through Myrtle Beach. Kings Highway (U.S. 17) extends nearly 1,200 miles from Winchester, Virginia, to Punta Gorda, Florida. It runs parallel to the coast locally from Little River south to Georgetown.