Good Sam RV Travel Guide & Campground Directory

“Do” Myrtle Beach Like the Locals

Yes, we hear the word “beach” and think “summer”, and in the sunny season, there is no place as awesome as Myrtle Beach. Let’s look at why you and yours should stay at one of the six Myrtle Beach Campground Association’s incredible RV Parks.

Here’s a thought: spend Christmas at Myrtle Beach because doing so could be the actual gift to your family. Really, Christmas at Myrtle Beach - why not? Christmas shopping in Myrtle Beach means browsing through unique specialty stores (and outlet malls, as well), little waterfront boutiques (with gifts everyone doesn’t already have), and ocean front restaurants that make Christmas shopping an event, not a chore.

All year ‘round, Myrtle Beach is ready to play golf. Are you?

No one can say (at least with integrity) “There aren’t enough golf courses in Myrtle Beach.” That’s because there are at least 120 of them! When you think of championship golf (and you should, when discussing Myrtle Beach) think about the greats: Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Pete Dye, Robert Trent, Tom Fazio, Davis Love III each has a signature golf course in Myrtle Beach. Could there be a better place to RV in the summer? And one of the best attributes of golf at Myrtle Beach is that you can choose from par-three courses near the beach or 18-hole championship courses. So, maybe you’re not into golf?

Tons of attractions are open for summer visitors. Lucky you. The Carolina Opry is open, as is The Palace Theatre with Broadway quality productions and international dance troupes. Myrtle Beach has a terrific children’s museum and miniature golf for everyone, again, open all year ‘round. There is also a boast-worthy aquarium, along with Huntington Beach State Park and Myrtle Beach’s State Park with its education centers. You could spend all summer here with no trouble at all.

The seafood gets really good when summer goes. You’ll find outstanding seafood all summer long, without the long lines. Now that’s thought…

After dinner you’ll love strolling the Grand Strand: The coastal breezes keep you cool as you walk off the great meal you just had.

Oh, the joys of summer at Myrtle Beach: lots to do, and lots to see! Myrtle Beach is the heart beat for phenomenal vacations and visits any time of the year, just ask the locals. You can make any of these campgrounds your RV home (and save money) while exploring the area: Myrtle Beach Travel Park, Ocean Lakes Family Campground, Willow Tree RV Resort and Campground, Lakewood Camping Resort, KOA, Pirateland Family Camping Resort.

Check out the Myrtle Beach Campground Association at You’ll be the family hero.