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Old 11-11-2010, 07:40 PM   #15
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We are currently camping at the Lakewood Family Campground with our local WIT Group the Palmetto Winnies.

We received a goodie bag when we got here ..... on the bag it says, and I quote, "Be Nature's Guest". Well that all well and good but they can can keep that welcome wish to themselves because you see they had over 1000 horses in here a week ago and there's "Nature" at every turn.

Talk about being somewhere at the wrong time!
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We stayed at Myrtle Beach Travel Park this spring and like it better tahn any place we've stayed Myrtle Beach. We wrote a detailed review that might prove helpful.

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We stayed at Myrtle Beach Travel Park this spring and like it better tahn any place we've stayed Myrtle Beach. We wrote a detailed review that might prove helpful.

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Missy and Roy...Nice review on MBTP. We'll check it out as well as most of the suggestions mentioned above for future reference. Myrtle Beach sounds like a good repetitive destination. Thanks for the info. Bob
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I'll be headed to mb new years we stay at ocean lakes they have bigger sites and concrete and I'll say concrete again what a difference.
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Nice review on MBTP. We'll check it out as well as most of the suggestions mentioned above for future reference. Myrtle Beach sounds like a good repetitive destination. Thanks for the info.
Bob, It's so good of a repetitive destination that we moved here.
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We are at MB State Park right now. I wrote a review in the campgrounds section (green bar above under the picture). Short story is the price is great, the roads paved, sites dirt but large, some full hookups. Short walk to nice beach. No see-um mosquitoes bad especially at dusk.

We plan to check out Huntington Beach State park about 10 miles south before we depart in about a week.

Feel free to PM me if you are considering the SP.

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Mark, I sent you a PM. Thanks

DriVer...I dunno. I thinking I'm just a 'move' away from getting whacked with a frying pan. Moving a bit further north... might be a little easier on the nerves with the threat of hurricanes though. Gets somewhat worrisome.

Thanks for every one's comments. Bob
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Just returned from Lakewood CG the 12th. You can catch a whif of the horse poop every now and then. I love the smell of horses. DW doesn't and it never bothered her that much. During the week the place was empty (practically).

They have a stay 3 nights 4th free or stay 5 nights 2 free special running. We were on 5001 which was only 50 feet from the indor pool and the beach.

$97 bucks for 4 nights if you can handle the occassional smell.

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We were at Lakewood last year during Horse week. Horses everywhere and we loved it....... word of advice though... don't eat the yellow snow..

I find the sites at Lakewood are larger then at Ocean lakes although OL are all pull thrus and as mentioned have concrete pads. I enjoyed being near the indoor pool with hot tub at Lakewood as it can get cool in Myrtle Beach this time of year.
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We are currently camping at the Lakewood Family Campground with our local WIT Group the Palmetto Winnies.

We received a goodie bag when we got here ..... on the bag it says, and I quote, "Be Nature's Guest". Well that all well and good but they can can keep that welcome wish to themselves because you see they had over 1000 horses in here a week ago and there's "Nature" at every turn.

Talk about being somewhere at the wrong time!
hey mike, are you saying that they had a horse rally there, THAT STINKS.( i'm the rv'er who rode the bike down from pirateland in october)
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