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Old 04-07-2015, 08:50 AM   #1
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Myrtle Beach Travel Park

We just got back from our first trip out in our new coach and we picked Myrtle Beach Travel Park. What a a great place. We checked in Saturday after lunch and they had our requested spot by the lake and were we surprised that it was site # 516. The perfect spot, backing up to the lake and right next to the main store / laundry room. The bathhouse was 50 feet away and the same with the store. Not sure how we got that spot, I would think it would be a desirable location but there it was waiting for us. The site was nice and wide and flat and easily accessible.

One thing that surprised me was the lack of campfires. I brought a fire pit with me and my own firewood and we had a nice fire each night. I was told that camp fires were allowed but I was surprised to see only two other camp fires on Saturday night. I thought camping included campfires? Or is what i'm doing RVing and not "camping"?

A great trip (too short) and I can't wait to get back out on the road. If anyone is considering Myrtle Beach Travel Park, I would highly recommend it. A great place to stay at the beach.

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Old 04-08-2015, 11:25 AM   #2
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Off season. The best time to visit Myrtle Beach.

I hope you ate at Umberto's in Barefoot Landing.

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The only time I see many campfires roaring in myrtle beach is when the horse people come in Nov. That group knows how to camp/ rv
When we stay at myrtle beach park we walk over to golden corral.
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