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Old 03-16-2012, 07:11 PM   #21
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If you can, take advantage of the pre /early checkin. Think it is 2 weeks out, pay up in full and they mail everything to you. Drive straight to site when you arrive. Went last year in July and loved in. Going back for a week this June in an ocean front spot. Cannot wait!

Stayed on a beach front site the first time we went. It was great just to walk over the dune and onto the beach. Only 2 drawbacks to parking that close to the beach........sand got into everything!!!! Even the storage compartments. Mostly driven by the wind. And that's the other thing.......the wind!! Have to keep a close watch on your awning. Going to bed when it's calm and being awakened by the TT being rocked at 3am by the buffeting awning and trying to bring it in when that windy was not fun.
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Old 03-16-2012, 07:13 PM   #22
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Got it. We paid in full when making the reservations. Got our passes in the mail a few days ago. I'm liking this place already. Thanks!
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Old 03-16-2012, 07:57 PM   #23
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I stayed at WillowTree Rv resort, about 10 minutes away from Myrltle Beach. Extremely well kept campground with spotless bath houses, a lake with a beach type setting with a large inflatable slide for the kids/teens, and a large pool for the adults.
Stayed for 4 days and hated to leave.
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Old 03-16-2012, 09:19 PM   #24
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Stayed on a beach front site the first time we went. It was great just to walk over the dune and onto the beach. Only 2 drawbacks to parking that close to the beach........sand got into everything!!!! Even the storage compartments. Mostly driven by the wind. And that's the other thing.......the wind!! Have to keep a close watch on your awning. Going to bed when it's calm and being awakened by the TT being rocked at 3am by the buffeting awning and trying to bring it in when that windy was not fun.
Absolutely. Stayed ocean front last year as well. Brought a propane turkey fryer type thing to do a seafood boil. Wind wouldnt allow it to boil. So this year i am bring the 90,000 btu burner and having my boil!
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