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Old 03-16-2010, 08:48 PM   #21
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I like the row on the lake, I think it is 518 to 544 or something like that. It is not a far walk to the beach or the pool and you are literally right on the lake. The sites are HUGE in my opinion as well. They are all back in, just don't back in too far or you will find out if your TT floats.
The lake side looks nice also. With three kid's, the beach and pool would be split.

We may see you there archham, look for the white f150 with my name on the plates.

We are planning 2 weeks in MB, is this campground in a good location for all attractions ?

Hokiehall--- Gator's in the lake ??? is this something I have to worry about with the kid's ??
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Old 03-16-2010, 08:59 PM   #22
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The lake side looks nice also. With three kid's, the beach and pool would be split.

We may see you there archham, look for the white f150 with my name on the plates.

We are planning 2 weeks in MB, is this campground in a good location for all attractions ?

Hokiehall--- Gator's in the lake ??? is this something I have to worry about with the kid's ??
Yep. But I have never known one to attack anything. Look on their map. A statement on it says "SC law Do Not Feed alligators"


http://www.myrtlebeachtravelpark.com/map-mbtp.html
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:05 PM   #23
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Mr Sen, I PROMISE that I will have the only Honda Ridgeline TV with a Surveyor at the place. I have never seen a 'gater in the lake, but would not be surprised if there were a few. It is in a perfect location - right behind the Wal Mart. If you come in on Hwy 21 (or 22? I forgot the Hwy number) it literally dumps you out on the main road (17) where you need to be. The other campgrounds are WAY south below everything that matters in my opinion.
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:36 PM   #24
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We've stayed at Myrtle Beach Travel Park on two occasions and really enjoyed it. We were out near the beach site 306. One word of caution-Do Not Go To That Walmart on Sunday Evening!!!! Our first time at Myrtle Beach of course we needed a couple things and where else to go but Walmart. When we got there the parking lot looked like the Saturday before Christmas. One of the guys pushing carts back said to me "You really don't want to go in there, Do Ya?" I said no problem, when we got in the 31 registers to the left were impressive. It would have been real impressive if more than 6 were open. 45 minutes in line we finally reached the cashier. She said it's like that every Sunday evening starting in April until October. Everyone has the same idea "No One will be shopping late Sunday evening. WRONG!! There's plenty of help there but they're stocking shelves that are almost empty. What a gold mine!!
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Old 03-20-2010, 05:15 PM   #25
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Mr Sen, I PROMISE that I will have the only Honda Ridgeline TV with a Surveyor at the place.
I will keep an eye out, maybe have a few....

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The other campgrounds are WAY south below everything that matters in my opinion.
That's what I needed to know....I want to be centered between everything....

Thanks for the info everyone.

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We go to Myrtle Beach Travel Park every February for a rally. This year there was several inches of snow, which was gone by noon the following day. I tried to attach a photo, but not sure it worked.
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We go to Myrtle Beach Travel Park every February for a rally. This year there was several inches of snow, which was gone by noon the following day. I tried to attach a photo, but not sure it worked.
It worked. That is the first time I have ever seen the campground with snow in it.
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We go to Myrtle Beach Travel Park every February for a rally. This year there was several inches of snow, which was gone by noon the following day. I tried to attach a photo, but not sure it worked.
WOW, at least it was gone very quickly.

What size are those shelters.... 8 X 10 ? Would like to know what size tarps to bring for wind and or shade.....
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8X10 sounds about right, but I am not really sure. They come in handy, and obviously the campground folks don't mind if you personalize them.
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Dont go to that Wal Mart on Saturday evening either - same reason. When we go on Saturday-Saturday weeks, we take enough provsions to make it to Sunday AM and then go Sunday AM - not nearly so bad. You could also go Monday AM if needed - try to get off everyone else's schedule and "go where they ain't"
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