The first state park in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach State Beach is in the heart of Myrtle Beach. It has 312 acres of ... More
Myrtle Beach State Park
The first state park in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach State Beach is in the heart of Myrtle Beach. It has 312 acres of oceanfront and is one of the last natural areas in this area. Spend just a day or rent a campsite or 2-bedroom cabin and stay for the whole summer. The Nature Center has displays of animals, fish, plants and flowers of the area and an easy-to-hike nature trail which is only 3/4 mile one way. This park also has a store, gift shop, playground, and fishing form the pier or surf. Opens daily at 6 am.
If you love a wooded campsite but also enjoy the beach, Myrtle Beach State Park is the place to go. Sites are under massive, shady pine trees, with a short walk to the beach. We camped in our travel trailer at MBSP for a week in June 2004. Staff is friendly, bath houses are cleaned daily. Great camp store right in the park. Reserved sites near the store provide the best location. Park is close to Myrtle Beach attractions, but away from the crowds.
With 30 rides in a 20 acre park, you're in for a very wet, fun day. More adventurous slides include
the 10 story Turbo Twisters and the Pipeline Plunge. For the more sedate, there is the LayZee River and ...
Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center is located approximately two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean and Broadway at the Beach, the
city's largest shopping and entertainment complex. For onsite recreation, enjoy the hotel's covered pool, whirlpool, and fitness room. Vidalia's ...
Springmaid Beach Resort Hotel and Conference is beautifully situated on a quarter mile of the cleanest, most peaceful beach on
the Grand Strand. We offer nearly 500 all oceanview rooms, 6 pools, 2 lazy rivers, fitness center, miniature golf, ...