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Old 06-20-2010, 12:00 PM   #11
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More restaurant suggestions: We love the Sea Captain's House in Myrtle Beach and the Chesapeake House in North Myrtle Beach. Also, if you get up to Calabash, just over the line in North Carolina, Captain Nance's is a great place to eat. Lots of good places down in Murrell's Inlet, too. We usually stay at Myrtle Beach Travel Park, which is one of those big, full-service parks like Ocean Lakes. However, we avoid the crowds in summer and prefer to go there in the winter. Have fun.
Thanks for the recommendations. We usually stay at MB Travel Park but decided to try something different this year. My goodness this place is so large, it could have its own zip code.
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Old 07-10-2010, 08:38 PM   #12
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We did Crabby Mikes last night. INCREDIBLE!!!!, What a great place and it's so close to us. Probably go back there later in the week. Thanks for the recommendation.
How did you like Ocean Lakes? We went there last year and enjoyed it. Two teenage daughters really enjoyed the experience!
Lots of people and so so many golf carts! I said they (golfcarts) were like lightning bugs; they all come out at dusk!

Hope you had a great time building memories!
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PirateLand is the same way with golf carts and where our site is we see a lot of young kids that are standing up on the back and get thrown off and land on there heads in the middle of the road. I had talk to the security there and they say that the people that have homes there are the worst for not following the rules.

When it comes to having fun, one must be safe so that the fun can last otherwise the fun you start with could end up as a bad memory....Be Safe and have fun!

One other thing I saw this year while watching the golf carts go by, a young girl was texting while driving a golf cart in the dark, she was behind another golf cart that was making a left turn, when that person stop she didn't and ran right into the back of the other at full speed knocking out her head lights. The cart she was in was a rental the cart she ran into had a lift kit on it so she hit the rear plateform.

Now that I am on a roll.... FYI....One thing not to do while camping at an ocean campground....DO NOT leave beer in a cooler out side of your camper over night, teens roam the campgrounds looking for this, it becomes a party on the beach for them late at night and you will have none in the AM and in most cases your cooler will be gone as well.....So lock it down or put it in your tow vehicle if it can't fit into the camper, unless you would like to share with others.
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I think you will Love Ocean Lakes it is a nice place.
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Old 07-11-2010, 03:05 PM   #15
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DO NOT leave beer in a cooler out side of your camper over night, teens roam the campgrounds looking for this, it becomes a party on the beach for them late at night and you will have none in the AM and in most cases your cooler will be gone as well.....So lock it down or put it in your tow vehicle if it can't fit into the camper, unless you would like to share with others.
Thanks Wade now I'll have to start buying beer again!!

Safety seems to be the last thing on some people's mind. During the Golf Cart Parade it's scary to see little ones hanging on the front with their arms out trying to high five someone going in the other direction. The drivers get as close as they can so the kids can try to reach someone. I'm sure it happens quite a few times each year where someone slips or misjudges and the vacation is spend at the Emergency Room.

We really liked Ocean Lakes, everyone was so friendly, staff and campers alike. We'll be back next year!!
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