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Myrtle Beach Campground Roundup

  By  Katie Hunter
Oceanfront Campground aerial at sunrise

Myrtle Beach Campground Roundup

Fall is the perfect time to reconnect with the nature around you at a campground or RV park. And if you’re like me – reconnecting with nature is going to the beach. In Myrtle Beach, the summer warmth and sunshine last a little bit longer than other places, making it the perfect place to enjoy some more summer fun before the holidays set in.

Myrtle Beach has its fair share of campground and RV parks, most with direct access to the beach. Here’s our roundup!

Myrtle Beach State Park

The first state park in South Carolina, the Myrtle Beach State Park takes up residence across one mile of coastline in the heart of Myrtle Beach. You will have direct access to the beach, restaurants, and attractions and then escape back to the campground for a quiet, tree covered park.

Walkway at Myrtle Beach State Park.

Pirateland Family Camping Resort

The fun doesn’t stop at Pirateland, does it matey? There is a mini golf course on the property as well as a water park, Pirate’s Oasis, lazy river and Pirate Ship Splash Pool. Pirateland also offers vacation rentals if camping isn’t for you.


Pirate Land Camping Resort, Myrtle Beach


Lakewood Camping Resort

Lakewood is a massive playground for families. They have almost three hundred acres of family fun, with a half mile of beach, a full sized water park, two pools, a mini-golf course, nearly a dozen sports venues, bikes, pedal boats, kayaks, canoes, and the best atmosphere for celebrating Camping Culture you’ve ever experienced!

Lakewood Camping Resort aerial

Myrtle Beach Travel Park

The Myrtle Beach Travel Park celebrated 50 years of family-focused camp sites in 2020. With fitness classes, dancing, crafts, holiday parties, and kayaking, this travel park is a home away from home for many visitors.



Ocean Lakes Family Campground

Famous for its family-friendly atmosphere and abundance of camping sites, Ocean Lakes is a place where families travel for their family beach vacation each year. With 310 oceanfront acres, there is space for everyone to spread out and enjoy the classic camping experience at The Beach.



Sun Outdoors

Think RV Park mashed with a resort! Sun Outdoors has all your favorite amenities with plenty of RV hook-ups. Located off Highway 90 near North Myrtle Beach, Sun Outdoors is secluded enough for a relaxing getaway, but close enough to all the action at The Beach.



North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock Marina

This luxury RV park is located on the Intracoastal Waterway, not far from all the excitement happening in North Myrtle Beach. You may not want to leave the RV park, though, with the dry dock, marina bar and grill, jet ski rentals, and more!



Huntington Beach State Park 

Huntington Beach is located in Murrells Inlet and offers much calmer vacation experience. This park is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and truly relax as you go bird-watching, kayaking and sunrise chasing along the beach.

Flying bird at Huntington Beach State Park


Visit our STAY page for more information on accommodations at The Beach! Or check out our EAT page for all the restaurants around the Grand Strand.


Katie Hunter

Katie Hunter recently relocated to Myrtle Beach, SC, but she is a true South Carolinian at heart. Growing up in Charleston, SC and living in the SC Upstate, Katie cherishes the rhythm of southern hospitality and a refreshing sea breeze. Katie has written stories for her friends and family to enjoy ever since she was little and is excited to uncover everything that makes Myrtle Beach, The Beach. Katie loves baking, the beach, and her Clemson Tigers. She can often be found walking her black labrador retriever or checking out a new restaurant in the Grand Strand with her husband.