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mlburst

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Cypress Camping Resort is on the Intracoastal Waterway on the south end of Myrtle Beach - you may find a site available at this late date.

Beautiful setting on the waterway and great owners.


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jayco304 wrote:

If you don't need to be on the beach you can try Willow Tree inland.+


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This campground is North off of Route 9. Take Route 9 east until you reach Route 31. 31 is an expressway that goes all the way south to the south end of Myrtle Beach in the area of the big 3 oceanside campgrounds. You can take the various exits to reach whatever shopping, dining or shows that you want.

Willowtree is a 1st class campground with the only negatives no cable TV and a slow internet connection.

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dpgllg wrote:

jayco304 wrote:

If you don't need to be on the beach you can try Willow Tree inland.+


Willowtree is a 1st class campground with the only negatives no cable TV and a slow internet connection.

Dave


And no beach


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Terryallan wrote:

dpgllg wrote:

jayco304 wrote:

If you don't need to be on the beach you can try Willow Tree inland.+


Willowtree is a 1st class campground with the only negatives no cable TV and a slow internet connection.

Dave


And no beach
Well, they do have a beach. It's on a lake,not the ocean. About 20 of the sites have their own hot tubs.

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RGar974417 wrote:

Terryallan wrote:

dpgllg wrote:

jayco304 wrote:

If you don't need to be on the beach you can try Willow Tree inland.+


Willowtree is a 1st class campground with the only negatives no cable TV and a slow internet connection.

Dave


And no beach
Well, they do have a beach. It's on a lake,not the ocean. About 20 of the sites have their own hot tubs.


Still no beach. Honestly, and I know everyone has their tastes. But for most of us. the only reason to go to the beach, is for the beach. I want to be able to step out of my RV, and onto the beach. If I had to stay more than 50 yards from the beach. I would rather be in the mountains.

And when we say we are going to the beach. We don't mean lake.

This year we are going to the OBX. What time we will not be on the beach, will be spent on the deck looking out over the ocean. Watching the moon come up out of the ocean, and watching the sun rise out of the ocean as well. What could be better.

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Still no beach. Honestly, and I know everyone has their tastes. But for most of us. the only reason to go to the beach, is for the beach. I want to be able to step out of my RV, and onto the beach. If I had to stay more than 50 yards from the beach. I would rather be in the mountains.

And when we say we are going to the beach. We don't mean lake.

This year we are going to the OBX. What time we will not be on the beach, will be spent on the deck looking out over the ocean. Watching the moon come up out of the ocean, and watching the sun rise out of the ocean as well. What could be better.


Here's the thing, though. Everything is not about the ones responding. I assume original posters word things the way they do for a reason. The OP here said nothing about beach, but did mention being convenient to shows, other attractions and restaurants. Had he specifically said beachfront I wouldn't have mentioned Willow Tree (I was the first person on this thread to mention it). He did not specify that was important. Now maybe it is and he just assumed people knew he wanted ocean front. But being from St. Augustine I'm guessing the ocean isn't a unique, unusual thing for him and that perhaps he was going to MB for other reasons. Like the shows, restaurants and other attractions he did mention.


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Pawz4me wrote:

Terryallan wrote:



Still no beach. Honestly, and I know everyone has their tastes. But for most of us. the only reason to go to the beach, is for the beach. I want to be able to step out of my RV, and onto the beach. If I had to stay more than 50 yards from the beach. I would rather be in the mountains.

And when we say we are going to the beach. We don't mean lake.

This year we are going to the OBX. What time we will not be on the beach, will be spent on the deck looking out over the ocean. Watching the moon come up out of the ocean, and watching the sun rise out of the ocean as well. What could be better.


Here's the thing, though. Everything is not about the ones responding. I assume original posters word things the way they do for a reason. The OP here said nothing about beach, but did mention being convenient to shows, other attractions and restaurants. Had he specifically said beachfront I wouldn't have mentioned Willow Tree (I was the first person on this thread to mention it). He did not specify that was important. Now maybe it is and he just assumed people knew he wanted ocean front. But being from St. Augustine I'm guessing the ocean isn't a unique, unusual thing for him and that perhaps he was going to MB for other reasons. Like the shows, restaurants and other attractions he did mention.


I am just of the opinion that when someone asks about a beach town. they want to go to the beach. After all. with out the beach. Myrtle would not exist. But that is just me.

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Forget Myrtle Beach, come to Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg. Lots of shows and good food here.

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pbeverly wrote:

I would recommend Huntington Beach State Park. A little further south but still an easy drive to any of the attractions in MB. It has the best beach in the area. Decades ago they built a jetty to control beach erosion in MB. Didn't work. All the sand they dump on MB beaches finds its way to Huntington Beach, so the beach is getting bigger.

I like MB State Park, but it is MUCH busier. It is also on the flight path for the airport. So around 6AM the jets starting coming and going. They are either landing or taking off right over the park and quite low at that point.

However, it is late to schedule anything this year. I was looking last week at all the coastal parks for sites in 2020, and the pickings are already slim for next year.


X2 on all of that.


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Another plus for Hunting Beach is Murrells Inlet is real close, good restaurants there.


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