July 12, 2019 - reviewed by Christy
Our Brand New Bikes Were Stolen!
I give this place a great review for kids activities but lock up your belongings!
We finally bought brand new bikes for our entire family and we parked them right in front of our camper. We woke up the next morning and our bikes were gone! They only left one of the kids bikes. There is a trailer park inside this KOA and it is in an unsavory part of myrtle beach. We noticed a lot of traffic and people riding through that didnt seem to be camping there. We watched a drug deal go down just outside the front office. Theres no gate code to get in. Its all open. There is a security booth in front but they are not checking tags or anything. Anyone and everyone can drive through! Let me repeat....this is not a secure campground! I suspect someone came through and scoped our bikes and came back for them after dark. We will not be staying here again.
October 7, 2018 - reviewed by First Time Rvers
We've stayed all over Myrtle Beach. This is one of our because it's slower paced. No worries about golfcarts who, for some reason, dont follow the rukes of the road.It's not right on the beach but a free shuttle ride away. Friendly staff, pools and splash pad, lots of shade which is a plus at the beach in July and August. We do YouTube videos about our travels. Here is one on this KOA.
August 23, 2018 - reviewed by Don Miller
Pricy, Good For Kids
Over $100 for an overnight stay is a bit much unless you’re traveling with children who have too much energy and need stuff to do. Otherwise, one notices the fairly basic showers or the dirt and tree roots surface requiring me to use 7 leveling plates to get to an acceptable tilt. Breakfast is included, so, again, if you have a bunch of mouths to feed, that’s a plus. Guess I should have pushed on, Myrtle Beach just fell at the end of our day. It was a cool enough destination 40 years ago, but I’m over it. Tried to rate as if Park were elsewhere. I admit, If you are a family here to do MB stuff, and can use what this park has, it may be worth it.
26’ Class C
August 22, 2018 - reviewed by Pete D
Staff was fantastic, facilities clean and neat, sites were level and hookups were solid. Three blocks from the beach if you feel like walking, an hourly golf cart shuttle if you don't. Can't go wrong!...
June 25, 2018 - reviewed by Jay Verde
Don’t Want To Go Anywhere Else
I cannot say enough good stuff about the Myrtle Beach KOA!!!!!!! The staff went WAAAYY above and beyond for me and my family this weekend. Probably the friendliest, helpful and polite group of people I have ever dealt with. The grounds were clean. The lots were well maintained. The layout created a non crowded feel, even with the large number of campers. Plenty to do for the kids. It actually felt like every employee I came in contact with, was willing to stop what he/she was doing, just to to answer my questions, WITHOUT an attitude.......(I know right, can you believe it?? LoL) I will definitely be back soon and will be recommending this wonderful place to all my camping friends and family!!!!!!
And now for the bad. (Don’t worry, it’s nothing major). Like all campsites, the WiFi was kinda spotty. Not a big deal since they had 50 something channels to watch. Overall, we were EXTREMELY satisfied with our experience there!!!!!!!!
April 22, 2018 - reviewed by Itinerant Canuck
A beautiful setting close to all the action in Myrtle Beach. Friendly helpful staff, good store, adequate dog park and on leash dog walk. Level gravel sites (watch the trees), good cable and wifi. Fishing on site, lots of things for the kids to do including a playground, jumping pad and a train ride. Handy for shopping, food and entertainment. Good for an overnight or longer visit. Worth the trip.
September 17, 2017 - reviewed by Vauthiers
Nice spot to stay.
Campground was awesome and quiet. Wifi was great and the train driving all the kids around was cool. Only reason it gets four stars is that we were surprised by a ten dollar resort free when we arrived. Not cool when there was only two of us.
August 10, 2016 - reviewed by The Silvers
Love This Place
Peaceful and quiet, with large pull-thru sites nestled in shade trees. Plenty of room for our 53'+ (45 plus a back porch drop gate) Cyclone, plus our crew cab dually, golf cart, the picnic table and our comfy lounge chairs. Golf carts are allowed, but there's no constant parade of them at all hours. Our son and his buddy loved the pool and bounce pad, and we felt safe letting them go alone. Looking forward to our next trip already!
July 19, 2015 - reviewed by Keith
Stayed 9 days, great people, great site. No problem with Wi-Fi, water, electric (30 amp), cable. Most sites are in the pine trees, so with the breeze from the ocean it's a lot cooler. Not everything is within walking distance, but a lot is. The other campgrounds in the area are not close to anything but the beach.