Try This Perfect 10 Campground Near Myrtle Beach

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September 17, 2009

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Trailer Life Cream of the Crop Campsites: Willow Tree Resort—Longs, South Carolina

This fabulous RV campground is one of only a handful to be ranked a full 10/10/10 park by the Trailer Life Directory! Willow Tree Resort is just far enough away from Myrtle Beach to have peace and quiet, yet close enough to see the sights just 12 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.

The resort’s 106 full hookup RV campsites (30/50 amp) are paved and feature patios, BBQs and picnic tables. Back-in RV campsites measure 50×80 ft. while pull-thrus measure 50×100 ft. Free WiFi Internet is available at each site.

You won’t forget the super-clean bathhouse, which features 8 private bathrooms that are spacious and climate-controlled. The climate-controlled laundry room has 7 washers and 8 dryers, all coin-operated. It includes folding tables, an iron and full-size ironing board. The laundry room is open 24 hours.

willow-tree-resort-BathhouseThe park also features a dump station and self-serve RV wash for your convenience. LP gas and firewood are available at the camp store. See the Trailer Life Directory for a full list of amenities at Willow Tree Resort.

Take a paddleboat out on the private lake or bring your rod and reel for some catch and release fishing. The park’s well-maintained nature trails give you the chance to see wildlife during your relaxing stroll through woods and shrubs.

Kids, teens, and the rest of the family will enjoy the game room. Featuring pool tables, arcade games, air hockey, ping pong, table soccer, and more, the game room is perfect for beating the heat in summer or chasing away the rainy-day blues. There’s also volleyball, basketball and tetherball outside, as well as a children’s playground.

paddleboat-on-lake-at-willow-tree-resortThe modern exercise room features a variety of equipment, but is available only to guests 18 and older. Treadmill keys can be checked out at the resort office. Stop by the gift shop for RV camping items, souvenirs and gifts. Have a complimentary cup of coffee and try your hand at one of the many puzzles, or sit by the fire with a good book.

You’ll also enjoy the pool, kiddie pool and hot tub in summer, which are open from 10 a.m. until lights out. The Signature level campsites also feature a private 4-man hot tub right at the campsites!

Rates: Nightly rates range from $30-$90 depending on type of campsite and time of year. Willow Tree takes site requests, so view the RV campsite map to pick out your favorite site before making a reservation. Maximum occupancy at each RV campsite is 6 people, and only 2 vehicles are allowed. Additional fees apply to each additional person after the first 4, and for the second vehicle.

Area Attractions: There’re plenty of fun things to do in Myrtle Beach! From theatre shows and live music to casinos and wineries, you won’t be at a loss for entertainment. See the Willow Tree area attractions page for a full list of exciting activities.

If you’ve visited the area before, be sure to rate your stay at Willow Tree Resort on the Trailer Life Directory website, or leave a comment below to spread the word about your experience at this quality RV resort!

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5 comments

  1. Glenn

    The campground is perfect except it has no cable tv connections. That is the only reason I do not stay there. Time to get after Time Warner to get you connected.

  2. Rodney

    Super nice park, but after driving 5 hours drive from the moutains to the beach I want to be 40 feet from the water not 14 miles. Would be a great Foothills campground.

  3. Rick Edgar

    We really liked this campground. Large sites, nice lake, nice path around the lake and good hosts. Just far enough away from the shore to be peaceful and quiet but close enough to drive in and see the sights. Will stay again if and when we get back down to the area.

  4. Glenn I don’t think there is need for cable tv connection as it’s a beautiful place with lakes , game rooms , parks.So I don’t think you would get time to watch tv. I have been here once and had great fun.

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