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Old 04-04-2019, 05:01 PM   #1
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We are looking for wooded/ secluded rv parks in area of Myrtle Beach,SC during summer. Is there such a place close to that area,have never been there.
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Old 04-05-2019, 10:45 AM   #2
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I think the state park there is a bit wooded. Not overly secluded, though.
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Thanks very much,I’ll try it!��
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Myrtle Beach travel park has wooded sites.


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Old 04-05-2019, 12:19 PM   #5
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Myrtle Beach travel park has wooded sites.


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X2 we have stayed at MBTP before at a site on the end at the row directly across from the beach #370....However, the sites in the wooded area I thought looked pretty nice
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Check out Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park. Both parks are located on the ocean but I don't believe the sites are. Most are wooded sites.
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Old 04-05-2019, 02:43 PM   #7
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Also, if you dont care if the campground is on the beach, Brunswick Beaches Campground near Sunset Beach, NC is about 15-20 miles from Myrtle Beach, SC. Wooded, more quiet and a lot less traffic in the area.
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Hurricane Florence?

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Also, if you dont care if the campground is on the beach, Brunswick Beaches Campground near Sunset Beach, NC is about 15-20 miles from Myrtle Beach, SC. Wooded, more quiet and a lot less traffic in the area.
Have you been there since Hurricane Florence struck last September? Better check. Brunswick County took a pretty good hit.

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Have you been there since Hurricane Florence struck last September? Better check. Brunswick County took a pretty good hit.

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Larry, I live in Brunswick County about 5 miles from the Campground. We were supposed to take a direct hit from Florence but she veered northeast and that is the area that was hardest hit, around Wilmington and north. Best to contact the campground directly re conditions.
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Larry, I live in Brunswick County about 5 miles from the Campground. We were supposed to take a direct hit from Florence but she veered northeast and that is the area that was hardest hit, around Wilmington and north. Best to contact the campground directly re conditions.
It was headed straight for Wake County where I live, too, but 12 hours before it was due, it dipped south and gave Cumberland County a second wash.

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Check out Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park. Both parks are located on the ocean but I don't believe the sites are. Most are wooded sites.
I second this suggestion. The campsites are a short walk from the beach. MBSP sites are mostly wooded and shady. HBSP has some shady sites, but most are fairly open.
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Also, MBSP has some full hookup sites. Also there is a beach Boardwalk, large grass area for kit flying and on weekends MBSP is used for offloading horses for beach ridding.
There are morning and evening dog hours for the beach so, you need to check.
The campsites are behind the dunes and shady. There are day use areas and on weekends can get a bit crowded.
Oh, ones other thing, the airline landing approach to Myrtal Beach International is over the park. They can fly fairly low at times.
Bring your patience when entering and leaving the park. There is no turn light and making a left onto US17S is next to impossible during busy times.
MBSP is a good park with very close proximity to MB and surrounding attractions.
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