Put Myrtle Beach on Your Travel Map

With its rollicking attractions and scenic Atlantic shoreline, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, entices RV travelers to play and stay on the coast known as the Grand Strand. Several fine RV parks dot this South Carolina region, making it the perfect location for day-trips or long-term vacations.

Planning a visit? Stay at Pirateland Family Campground.

Beach lovers will find endless opportunities for recreation along the region’s 60 miles of sandy shoreline. Take a deep-sea fishing charter for king mackerel, sea bass, tuna and marlin, or simply embark on a dolphin-watching cruise. Thrill-seeking visitors can rent a jet ski, ride a banana boat or take to the skies on a parasailing voyage.

SC-Myrtle Beach78051844Golfers can book tee times at the more than 100 championship golf courses in the area designed by legends like Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman and Robert Trent Jones. Four of these courses have made it to Golf Digest’s “Top 100 Public Courses in America” list.Families can choose from the abundant selection of local attractions. Highlights include the interactive NASCAR Racing Experience, the sharks at Ripley’s Aquarium, the 200-foot high Sky Wheel at Myrtle Beach and the myriad of nightly live music up and down the coast. A full summer slate of festivals and events continue in the area through fall and into winter, including the Harvest Hoedown, Oktoberfest and the Euphoria Festival.

If you prefer storefronts to fairways, you’ll be happy to discover that the area boasts two outlet malls and several outdoor shopping complexes for bargain hunters seeking top brands. After hours, Myrtle Beach comes alive with live music, dinner theater and celebrity performances. Take in a movie or enjoy a relaxing meal at one of Myrtle Beach’s many fine restaurants.

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