Camping is a great way to experience Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. Pitching a tent or setting up camp in your RV is fun for kids and adults alike. There are many family friendly campgrounds in the Myrtle Beach area, with a wide variety of options and amenities available. The list below contains some of the most popular camping destinations in Myrtle Beach.
Address: 4401 South Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Phone: (843) 238-5325
Myrtle Beach State Park sits directly along the Atlantic Ocean and features several miles of coastal forests. There are lots of great activities for both kids and adults at the state park, including a fishing pier, beach, playground and a host of educational programming. The parks hiking trails are a great way to experience the beauty of the area’s natural resources. Campsites are tucked under beautiful tree filled settings. Guests can also rent cabins.
Address: 9700 Kings Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
The Apache Family Campground has been a popular Myrtle Beach campground for more than 40 years. This is a great place to bring kids, as the campground boasts an amazing arcade, playground, swimming pool and fishing pier. Rental units are also available for guests who do not have their own RV.
Address: 520 Southern Sights Dr, Longs, SC 29568
Willow Tree is a faily new resort to the area, and it’s chock full of amenities. Guests can swim, fish, and rent paddle boats to use on the on-site lake. There are also paved bike trails. There are many seasonal activities for guests to enjoy as well.
Address: 613 5th Ave S, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
The Myrtle Beach KOA is hard to beat in terms of location. It’s right in the heart of the city and is the only campground located downtown. Guests are able to walk to a variety of Myrtle Beach activities without ever needing a car. For guests who’d rather relax at the camp site, there are a ton of things to do at the campground including fishing, biking and tours.
Address: 16148 Ocean Hwy, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
Phone: (843) 237-4440
For campers who prefer a more natural setting, Hunting Beach State park near Murrells Inlet is the perfect choice. The soft lull of the waves can be heard from your camp site, and the marsh pier is great for fishing. The beach is large and not crowded, and the natural beauty is breathtaking.
Photo: Copyright: stockbroker / 123RF Stock Photo