October 26, 2019 - reviewed by Matt V
Huntington Beach State Park is the most expensive park we have encountered. $67 per night. We are ok with paying a premium if the park is a “premium”. Bathrooms and showers need some TLC. Toilets were out of order as were a couple of the showers.
A portion of the camp ground is adjacent to a swamp so mosquitoes (lots) are inevitable.
The beaches are beautiful! We ran and rode our bikes on the beach each morning.
October 7, 2019 - reviewed by Steve W
Beach Camping At It's Best!
Huntington Beach is a unique combination of beautiful beach, natural areas, wildlife, historical mansion and more. Atalaya, the preserved home of the sculptress who is responsible for the outstanding Brookgreen Gardens attraction (across Hwy 17) is the centerpiece. Generous parking, shelters, a large store and restrooms compliment the beach access. The north camping area is spacious, with both shaded and open areas, paved roads, level sites and good bath facilities. The new south campground offers level back-in concrete pads, modern bathhouse, laundry room, and direct beach access, but sites lack the shade and spaciousness of the north lots. Wildlife abounds, with outstanding birdwatching, hiking, biking, a nature center, boardwalks and picnicking plus the clean, wide beaches. Gators, deer, painted buntings, ospreys, egrets, wood storks and roseate spoonbills are common. Dine at nearby Murrell's Inlet's array of seafood choices. This is a special place. Highly recommended!
August 30, 2019 - reviewed by Kathy
The park and the staff are great, but our site 35 was infested with ants. We called and reported but the pest control people didn’t come. We left a day early. Ants in the camper and even our bed.
April 26, 2019 - reviewed by David
As beach campgrounds go this is very nice. We had a spot in the South campground which for isn't nearly as nice as the North campground (for our style anyway).
Very much enjoyed our time kayaking, hiking and biking. It is very expensive as campgrounds go but not for a beach campground ($54 - $61).
April 8, 2019 - reviewed by Christa
Avid Camper & Kayaker
Had our first trip in Our NEW to us pop-up! Just pulled in to our home. Loved our 2 night stay at Huntington island. Absolutely beautiful sites. Perfect weather, no bugs, beach access within a short walk, great kayak access close by and very clean bathhouse! Wonderful walking trails, didn't get a chance to do it all! Will bring our bikes next time though! We will be back!
March 29, 2019 - reviewed by Angie
This is our 1st RV trip and this park was an excellent decision. If you want to relax and be in touch with nature, this is the place. Also you have the Atlantic Ocean right there, and with an easy access to it.
March 26, 2019 - reviewed by TARDIS
Huntington Beach SP - North Campground
Beautiful place to visit. Spacious, level camp sites. Open spaces between rows. Clean, modern, heated bathrooms. Lots to do. Easy walk to a terrific beach. Atalaya historical tours. Brookgreen gardens and zoo a short biking distance.
January 23, 2019 - reviewed by Br549
Stayed 5 nights in south camp. very nice full hook up, all sites back in. Looks like all new campground. 3/4 full snow birds. Private access to beach. Level concrete pads, sites very tight, lots of wildlife, and trails/board walks. North camp elec/water only, but shaded and lots of room. Will return
December 29, 2018 - reviewed by Hillbilly
The new south end does have sewer hookups though, if you are one the north end, be prepared to make a trip to the dump station if your there for an extended period of time, some had the portable holding tanks that they took to the dump station.
August 26, 2018 - reviewed by Kelly
We just spent the last 5 days here and I can’t begin to say how wonderful it was, we were in the south campground and it was fantastic! Concrete pads, full hookups, nice bathhouse, and right on the beach. It was quiet, clean and and everyone was very helpful. We practically had the beach to ourselves. We will definitely return!
July 20, 2018 - reviewed by TimmyD
Wonderful State Park
We have been wanting to visit here for quite some time, and finally made it. We were able to get a site in the South loop, which just opened a couple months ago. Concrete pads, full hookups. Nice beach access. The WiFi router is located at the bathhouse, so you'll want to be close to that if you want a good WiFi signal. Staff was very friendly, and we were able to Uber around the area (we did not bring another vehicle, since we new Uber was available).
July 12, 2018 - reviewed by Troy W
This was our first time staying at this park and my wife and I loved it! Beautiful area with beach access conveniently close by. The beach and park areas are very clean. We already booked our stay for next year.
March 25, 2018 - reviewed by Kokopelli
Excellent Park And Camping
We loved our stay in this park. Nice sites, some with sewer, most of them didn't have sewer though. Short walk to a beautiful beach and nice hiking trails. Friendly people. Would love to come again. Brookhaven gardens close by: a must!
February 21, 2018 - reviewed by Patricia Morrone
Loved it here. Nice wooded big sites. Short walk over dune to beach. Quiet and clean. Highly recommend it here.
November 23, 2017 - reviewed by @chasingtabor
Big spots with lots of grass between sites. Back area is a little more wooded. Amazing beach and dog friendly. Close to pawleys island for shopping. Touristy activities close by for families but you don't feel like you are in the middle of them here. Super clean bathrooms and showers. Sites are level and there are full hookup or just electric/water sites to choose from. Cool marsh area to walk on the boardwalks and try to spot gators or other sea life.
November 21, 2017 - reviewed by Ken Kehr
Spacious, pristine RV spots, convenient to the ocean. Beautiful walking trail. Pet friendly. Very clean restrooms and showers. Nice, helpful staff. I'll come back again and again.
April 1, 2017 - reviewed by Chris B
Wonderful dog friendly beach spacious campsites. Nearby brookgreen gardens are a gem
January 16, 2017 - reviewed by Plonski
Nice. Great birding and board walk. Bathrooms good. Some space between RV sites. Most sites flat. Back section less developed and more to my liking. Nice nature trail
November 23, 2016 - reviewed by Ken
Have stayed there for 3 years in a row. RV park is very nice but the real reason the park is a "5" is the beach. Natural, unspoiled and can walk either direction and enjoy the beach and ocean as nature intended.
April 9, 2016 - reviewed by Dee
Hookups were fine/normal. Campers around us were friendly and quiet. The park is a gem with lots to do. Walk, bike, beach, tour a historical home there, watch gators and birds, etc. We loved it.
August 30, 2015 - reviewed by Robert Porter
We recently camped two nights at this beautiful park. The beach was so wonderful and unspoiled. The park sites are surrounded by grass, trees and plenty of open space.
Both bathhouses near us were clean, but they need to be bigger.
Perfect location for camera buffs, and close to food and shopping.
Our suggestion if you are going take ant spray for your camper and a screen tent for you.
Bob and Joyce Porter. Happy TREK 28 owners.