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Myrtle Beach State Park

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Myrtle Beach State Park

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4401 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575-4936
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Polynesian Fire Luau and Dinner Show Ticket in Myrtle Beach

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Experience the spirit of the Polynesian islands without leaving South Carolina during a dinner show and luau in Myrtle Beach. The evening's entertainment begins with a lei greeting and buffet dinner, then continues with a fire and dance performance. The show includes live music, acrobatics, and performances by fire knife champions who hail from various Polynesian islands.
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Cindy P wrote a review Apr 2021
Henderson, Tennessee, United States8 contributions4 helpful votes
This park is very beautiful and well maintained. I enjoyed walking out on the pier. The beach was clean. The live oaks in the park are beautiful. I will be back again.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Joanne L wrote a review Apr 2021
Burnt Hills, New York37 contributions
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Pros and cons to camping here. Love being in a wooded area with full hookups to camp, as you don't find much of that in Myrtle Beach. A cute nature center and trails to explore make it very nice. Enjoyed being near the pond even though the mosquitos had started coming out. Kids loved just taking a walk on the beach and was nice going before May so that our dog could have time on the beach. He loved it. BUT the proximity to the airport is horrible. Planes & helicopters constantly flying over, along with military trainings, made it very noisy at times, even when on the beach.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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asilcox35 wrote a review Apr 2021
Limestone, Tennessee39 contributions10 helpful votes
Took my Parents here on vacation. Staying in this park changed my whole outlook on Myrtle Beach. I have chosen to go elsewhere for the last 20 years because I remember Myrtle being a “party town” However, the state park feels very natural and you don’t even know you are close to a city. We stayed in cabin #2 and couldn’t even see a hotel. Very private & relaxing (minus the planes from the airport). My only challenge was getting my mother (who is on a walker) to the shore. She also had difficulty getting into the handicapped accessible bathtub. The tub is regular height with a seat and bars, but the height is different for a disabled person to step into. The cabin was clean, comfortable and had everything we needed for cooking. (You need your own food, cooking spices etc) will definitely return!!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Cheryl D wrote a review Apr 2021
Cathedral City14 contributions2 helpful votes
Our timeshare offered a Day Pass to visit this park, so we took advantage and, boy, we were so glad we did! This is a beautiful park. The last preserved marine forest on the SC coast. We hiked several easy trails, watched families fish and troll for crab on the pier, waded in the Atlantic Ocean, and had a picnic at one of the many shaded picnic tables in the park. Would have gone back another day if we had time.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Justin S wrote a review Mar 2021
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Myrtle Beach State Park is a hidden gem with a nature center, multiple wooded trails with various landscape from swampland to forest to traditional beach, there is a fishing pier and store and a large beach space with dunes and vegetation that will leave you breathless. There are campgrounds and cabins avaliable as well.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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