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Old 06-21-2010, 06:21 PM   #1
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Am trying to plan a long weekend at the beach am in Columbia so am looking for a spot on the sand were I can park(Boodock) for a couple of days some were the sand will support a 30 ft class C and cat if any ones knows of such a place in range I sure would appreciate the help and thanks in advance
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Am trying to plan a long weekend at the beach am in Columbia so am looking for a spot on the sand were I can park(Boodock) for a couple of days some were the sand will support a 30 ft class C and cat if any ones knows of such a place in range I sure would appreciate the help and thanks in advance
mbass777, I have not heard of such a facility in South Carolina. The parks on the beach are pretty full right now especially here in Myrtle Beach. Good luck and if you find something let us know.

Have you tried James Island County Park? That would be excellent for the kids especially with the water park and they are dog friendly and they have a doggie beach!

No boondocking though at JI.
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And if I remember right from our trip to James Island last year, you get free admission to the County Park at Folly Beach. So you have to drive a few miles to get to the beach, but you have a place to park when you get there.
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Myrtle Beach's 5 or 6 major campgrounds stay full all summer. We made our reservation for Myrtle Beach Travel Park back in Feb. where the lady said at that time most of June and July was filled. We are going for 9 nights in mid Aug. We are paying $64 per night I can't think of anywhere you could Boondock except for one night at the Camping World in MB. You might want to check the barrier island area on NC coast.

DriVer any talk of people worried about the Gulf oil slick coming up the coast of Florida, Georgia or the Carolina's
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thanks for all the input we found a place at the LOA myrtel beach for 3 nights they are 3 blocks from the beach but run a shuttle every hour not what we wanted but better than driving all the way to the grand banks this way get to spend more time on the beach
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