Top 10 Campgrounds In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

campgrounds in myrtle beach

Myrtle Beach promises grand adventures along South Carolina’s Atlantic coast. This city is a vacation resort separated from the continental United States by the Intracoastal Waterway. It is a prime destination along The Grand Strand, a phenomenal stretch of beach that goes on for 60 miles (97 kilometers). A subtropical climate, an exciting art scene, world-class fairways, and culinary landmarks bring visitors to this part of Palmetto State. You might decide that you want to relocate or retire to Myrtle Beach after your first visit. To consider a possible future home for you and your family, dare to experience everything the city has to offer. For your upcoming trip, consider a camping adventure with your loved ones. Check out the top campgrounds in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

RV campgrounds and RV sites

1. Ocean Lakes Family Campground

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Posted by Ocean Lakes Family Campground on Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Ocean Lakes Family Campground offers spacious pull-through sites for guests. Tents and recreational vehicles are welcome. A brand-new luxury camper will feel at home on these grounds. The property has Wi-Fi for all sites and the option to upgrade if you need faster connectivity. Of the 859 transient campsites, about 650 have concrete pads. Inform the staff if you prefer a shaded campsite, an oceanfront space, or a spot by the lake. Visit the official website today and choose the best campsite for your family.

Ocean Lakes Family Campground

Address: 6001 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575, United States (map)

Website: Ocean Lakes Family Campground

Opening hours: 8am - 9pm (daily)

Price: From 40 USD per site

2. Myrtle Beach Travel Park

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Posted by Myrtle Beach Travel Park on Monday, November 12, 2018

All 125 acres (50.6 hectares) of Myrtle Beach Travel Park is dedicated to providing a memorable camping experience for the family. The property has succeeded in its efforts to be the first choice of families for their camping holiday. Upgraded facilities await guests, and the kids will be happy to see the arcade, lazy river, and splash pool. Look forward to the lovely beach and the many possible adventures at the freshwater lake. Aside from fun-filled activities for children, the park organizes evening entertainment, parties, and special events.

Myrtle Beach Travel Park

Address: 10108 Kings Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, United States (map)

Website: Myrtle Beach Travel Park

Opening hours: 8am - 7pm (daily)

Price: From 46 USD per night (campsite rate); From 707 USD per week (standard ocean villa); From 805 USD per week (premium ocean villa)

3. Briarcliffe RV Resort Inc.

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Posted by Briarcliffe RV Resort on Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Sunny campsites and professionally landscaped grounds greet guests arriving at Briarcliffe RV Resort Inc. Almost 300 sites are up for grabs. Myrtle Beach is a popular destination, so it’s best to book ahead. All campsites at this park have a private patio and a separate parking area for your car. Expect state-of-the-art equipment for big rigs. Additional park features, such as a miniature golf course and an Olympic pool, will entice you to extend your stay in South Carolina’s Grand Strand.

Briarcliffe RV Resort Inc.

Address: 10495 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, United States (map)

Website: Briarcliffe RV Resort Inc.

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 9am - 5pm; Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 5pm

Price: From 45 USD per night

4. Myrtle Beach State Park Campground

Myrtle Beach State Park Campground
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Myrtle Beach State Park Campground offers day-use facilities, but you can also camp under the stars if you book at least two nights here. Camping amid woodlands near the ocean is good for the soul. The park is located in a maritime forest that brings guests close to loggerhead sea turtles. The main campground has 302 sites, and if you’re lucky, you won’t need a prior reservation for a tent pitch. To secure one of the 66 RV sites, it’s best to call the state park office. A ranger station, where campers may procure supplies, is nearby.

Myrtle Beach State Park Campground

Address: 4401 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575, United States (map)

Website: Myrtle Beach State Park Campground

Price: 21 - 52 USD per night (RV site); 18 - 31 USD per night (tent area)

5. Pirateland Family Camp Ground

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Posted by Pirateland Family Camping Resort on Wednesday, July 9, 2014

A summer recreation program and a golf cart parade on a cool summer evening are some of the family-oriented activities for guests of Pirateland Family Camp Ground. The kids will be delighted with the 5,000 square-foot (464.5 square-meter) Pirate Ship Splash Pool at the campground. Guests can secure a spot for their RVs by the ocean or by the lake. Aside from full hookup sites for RVs, there are tent sites under shade and vacation rentals big enough for a family of eight.

Pirateland Family Camp Ground

Address: 5401 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575, United States (map)

Website: Pirateland Family Camp Ground

Price: From 22.75 - 60 USD per night

6. Springmaid Beach campground

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Resort amenities await your family at Springmaid Beach campground on the Atlantic shoreline. There are 185 annually leased sites with prime oceanfront slots up for grabs. Guests can walk or cycle to a beach that is popular among surfers. At the site, guests will have access to indoor and outdoor pools and mini-golf course. 24-hour security is also added. You can bring your dogs, but they must be leashed at all times. Expect upgraded facilities and all your camping needs met upon arrival.

Springmaid Beach campground

Address: 3200 S Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, United States (map)

Website: Springmaid Beach campground

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm (closed on Sat & Sun)

7. Lakewood Camping Resort

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Posted by Lakewood Camping Resort on Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Lakewood Camping Resort is a summer playground for the whole family. It is a spacious campground that features two swimming pools, a water park, sports venues, and access to a golden stretch of beach. Hang out on the sun tanning deck, unwind in the hot tub, or stay at the campsite of your choice. For a happy camper, a simple tent and a barbecue grill would suffice. If you’d rather camp out in a luxury RV, book one of the 1,300 full hook-up sites. You can reserve a spot near the ocean or lake. Ask about policies and regulations about pets when booking.

Lakewood Camping Resort

Address: 5901 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575, United States (map)

Website: Lakewood Camping Resort

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 8am - 8pm; Fri- Sat: 8am - 10pm

Price: From 93.14 USD per night

8. Myrtle Beach KOA Resort

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Posted by Myrtle Beach KOA Resort on Thursday, September 12, 2019

Myrtle Beach KOA Resort lets you enjoy a family camping spree as you like it. The camping sites are shaded by pine trees. Tent pitches are available, as well as deluxe cabins for an upscale glamping experience. This 40-year old campground takes pride in its recent renovations and improvements. Let the staff orient you on planned activities for the kids and camp events during your stay. Rest assured, the pitches are clean and spacious, and the RV facilities are up to standard. The beach is near, so it’s going to be a splendid camping and beach holiday rolled into one.

Myrtle Beach KOA Resort

Address: 613 5th Ave S, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, United States (map)

Website: Myrtle Beach KOA Resort

Price: From 24 - 80 USD per night (tent campsite); From 41 - 80 USD per night (RV campsite); From 54 - 250 USD per night (amping cabins and other lodgings)

9. Apache Family Campground & Pier

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Posted by Apache Family Campground & Pier on Thursday, October 31, 2013

If camping means hanging out along the shoreline, with the sound of waves to lull you to sleep, the top choice is Apache Family Campground & Pier. This oceanfront camping site is on the north end of Myrtle Beach, on the Atlantic shoreline. Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is a stroll away, so you won’t have to fire up the grill for a quick dinner. You’ll also get to enjoy some entertainment at the pier. Take in the views or catch some fish at Apache Pier, the longest wooden pier on the East Coast. RV site rentals and vacation rentals are well-maintained at the family-friendly campground.

Apache Family Campground & Pier

Address: 9700 Kings Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, United States (map)

Website: Apache Family Campground & Pier

Opening hours: 6:30am - 12am (daily)

Price: 42- 85 USD

10. Hideaway RV Resort

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Posted by Hideaway RV Resort - Myrtle Beach on Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Hideaway RV Resort is located by the Intracoastal Waterway. This means you can launch a kayak or canoe from the campsite. The beach is minutes away from the grounds, which makes the place perfect for campers who love fishing, paddling, and swimming all day. There’s no need to bring equipment because the camp rents out kayaks and paddle boards. All you need to do is drive your RV to Myrtle Beach after booking a cement pad campsite or tent pitch. Roast your favorite meats and vegetables over the fire pits by the waterfront. You can also hang out under starry skies and talk about the joys of camping in South Carolina.

Hideaway RV Resort

Address: 101 Cypress RV Way, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588, United States (map)

Website: Hideaway RV Resort

Opening hours: 9am - 4pm (daily)

Price: From 65 - 85 USD

Life is easy in Myrtle Beach

The most coveted spots on the sand and the most sought-after campgrounds on the East Coast are in Myrtle Beach. Bring the family for a refreshing joyride and a memorable camping vacation on The Grand Strand of South Carolina.

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