Now known as Hideaway RV Resort, with new owners. This campground is immaculate, with bath houses and restrooms available, and kept very clean. Hideaway is 10 minutes away from the Grand Strand and 25 minutes from North Myrtle Beach. We will be returning in February!
My wife and I tried to come in September of 2018 but Hurricane Florence had other ideas. The staff was extremely helpful with making the change and setting us up to come now. The sites are big enough, the traffic is minimal overnight and the sites are fairly clean. The bath house is okay with enough room to do what it’s for, clean enough. When we checked in the staff was very helpful and guided us right to our site. My only fault is the WiFi is a little weak but it works. The campground is off the beaten path which is what we wanted, it is the opposite of a mega park. We have stayed at much larger camping resorts and this is just our speed.
We have been staying at this campground since 2013. Before we bought a camper, we rented their cabins. It is small and quiet campground on the waterway. In the summer months we take our boat to campground. They have places you can park you boat. It is not like a lot of the campgrounds in Myrtle Beach that are like little citys and so busy that you think you are on a main highway. There is plenty to do, including a pool, a pond with peddle boats, fishing, playground, kayaks, etc. There is some type of entertainment every Friday and Saturday night during peak season. It is nothing fancy but nice. We pretty well camp here once a month.
We intended to stay here overnight, but extended for another night. All sites are pull through and the camp ground is set on a picturesque waterway. We arrived at night and the friendly night watchman helped us to our site. The park offers cheap propane and is also close to other amenities such as groceries, drug store and diesel. We are glad we summerized our RV at this stop - the bathroom facilities although warm were ‘rent-a-loo’ in style.
I spent a few days here with my daughters. Although the weather was disappointing with a lot of rain, the facility was outstanding and gave us a safe, dry place to stay. We will return, I hope. The cabins are basically half the size of a single wide trailer, are wood, have a nice efficiency style kitchen, a bath with shower, a dining area, a small living room, and two bedrooms. One bedroom has a full bed and the other has a single bed with a twin over full setup across the room from it. I therefore would say that the cabin sleeps 6.