This has been our 5th yr at MBTP and so worth the 2 days to drive here from Canada. We always try and go down the last 2 weeks of August as there is more availability and the campground is less crowded. This year we went the first 2 weeks, and it was packed!
Even so, we always found a great spot on the beach, and always found loungers available by the pool.
We travel with a 31ft travel trailer and book a pull through site. First thing we do after setting up the trailer connections is move the picnic table to under the trailer awning and hooking up the hammock under the wooden sun shelter. Now it's a vacation!
We spent 13 nights this year, myself, husband and 4 adult children(22,22,18,17).
We all love the fact that MBTP is located on a beautiful clean sandy beach and near so many activities close by. Putt putts, outlet shopping, great dinner shows, golf, and so much more.
There are activities as well at MBTP most evenings, we really enjoyed the Hawaiian Hula and Fire show, as well as the Dive In Movie in the pool..
The bath houses are kept very clean, we prefer to shower in them than in our trailer, the water pressure is fantastic.
The laudromat situated right next door to the camp store is great. There are at least a dozen washers and dryers, each load costs $2 for the washer and around $1 for the dryer(25 cents for each 8 mins).
The only complaint I have is the internet signal strength is not good. If you want to access the internet do so before 7am.
Even so, we will keep going back to MBTP every year, so worth the long 1000 mile trek.
- Also Known As:
- Myrtle Beach Travel Park Hotel Myrtle Beach