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Old 01-28-2013, 07:13 PM   #1
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Going to Myrtle Beach in April, any ideas on the best place to stay?

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Old 01-28-2013, 07:15 PM   #2
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Ocean Lakes is our favorite. But you need to book ASAP.
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:20 PM   #3
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Ocean Lakes is our favorite. But you need to book ASAP.
That is one that I was looking at but I wasn't sure.
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:28 PM   #4
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We always stay at Myrtle Beach State Park. It's pretty quiet with a ton of trees (which could be bad if you are not careful or get the wrong spot) but we like it better than the bigger parks. We've been going there for 12 years. Either way, you might want to visit the other parks on the strip there if you get a minute just to see what they are like in case you go back.
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:36 PM   #5
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We always stay at Myrtle Beach State Park. It's pretty quiet with a ton of trees (which could be bad if you are not careful or get the wrong spot) but we like it better than the bigger parks. We've been going there for 12 years. Either way, you might want to visit the other parks on the strip there if you get a minute just to see what they are like in case you go back.
I know there are quite a few, I find its always hard to find the wright place that suits all our needs. I typically never make reservations but it appears that I will have to going there in April. I hope there is a lot to do there, we need to keep active, see shows, etc. Thanks for your advice.
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Old 02-06-2013, 04:49 PM   #6
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We have used Myrtle Beach Travel Park, which is about 15 minutes north of MB. They tend to be more low key...here are a few pics MB 2010 mid Aug
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We are going in mid June and staying at Oceanlakes. The kids and DW love the place. Lots to do and close to a lot of fun stuff!
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Ocean Lakes is a great place IF, you get a site with a cement pad.

DO NOT leave your bicycles and or anything else outside. Salt spray in the air is wicked. Beware of Motorcycle weeks etc. in the area. Best area for golf if you do...

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Ocean lakes most if not all don't allow motorcycles in the campground.
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If you want more space and a little less pace, try Lakewood campground which is next door to Ocean Lakes. Bigger sites and more space on the beach. Really depends on what you want. If you have your own golf cart and are into fancy carts, ocean lakes is best. Both are nice. Pirate land is also a decent place to stay although I have never stayed there.
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I 2nd Lakewood...
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We stayed at pirateland last September. Great pool and nice big sites. We drove through ocean lakes and it looked really nice with some different amenities but sites were much smaller. I heard both are different when school is out but tat should not apply in April. Myrtle is great enjoy!
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Willow Tree on route 9. Motorcycle friendly.
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Go south a little to Huntington Beach State park.
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