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Old 08-08-2022, 11:55 PM   #1
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Myrtle Beach golfing

I would like to take my motor home to Myrtle Beach for a golfing vacation. Not really interested in being near the ocean. Would rather be in an area with shade trees and near golf courses. Any recommendations.
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Anywhere you hit a 3 iron it will land on a golf course. No worries. Shade will be an issue in places. Have a great trip.
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Old 08-09-2022, 04:26 AM   #3
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Huntington Beach State Park in Murrell's Inlet is less expensive than the commercial outfits in Myrtle Beach proper, is less crowded together and, while close to the beach, isn't on top of it, having plenty of trees and grass.

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Look at Myrtle Beach State Park on the back row for shade. They have upgraded that area with full hook up sites (W/E/S) in the past two years. Quiet and sites are not on top of each other like in the commercial places. We get our 37' Class A in there no problem.
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If you really don't mind being "on the coast", then take a look at Willowtree RV Resort. There is shade, a lake, and its very quiet and away from all of the hustle and bustle of MB. I have often described this as a "mountain campground" at the beach...
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If you really don't mind being "on the coast", then take a look at Willowtree RV Resort. There is shade, a lake, and its very quiet and away from all of the hustle and bustle of MB. I have often described this as a "mountain campground" at the beach...
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We love Willow Tree. All pull thru sites full hookups.
As to SC state parks they are no cheaper than some of the commercial guys. HB and MBSP are $65 and $70 dollars a night now and they are booked into forever anymore.
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