Staff was nice, the campground was clean and it was walking distance to the beach... that's about all it had going for it. We were the only tent campers there, so maybe it's just a bad experience if you're tent camping. The "tent sites" are pretty much grass parking spots. There were no trees. The sites do not have fire pits, but the cabins do. This is odd b/c when you're tent camping, all you do is cook and hang out by the fire. When I mentioned this to the staff, they said they would give me a fire ring for a $50 deposit. Yeah... no way. Do they think we were going to drive off with their fire ring (that is worth $10)? I don't understand. Camp sites should have fire... period. This was also my first trip to Myrtle Beach... I'm all set with that place for the rest of my life... that is one dirty place!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You simply won't find a better kamping location in this vacation mecca than the Myrtle Beach KOA. Established more than 40 years ago, it's now in the heart of this coastal city's myriad attractions--within walking distance of an amusement/water park, numerous miniature golf courses, restaurants and dazzling sand beaches. Live music theaters, countless restaurants, NASCAR SpeedPark, Broadway at the Beach, more than 100 golf courses and the new Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Boardwalk & Promenade are nearby. Stay and enjoy KOA's activities and new splash pad and soak up rays by the pool. Or you can take advantage of KOA's new beach shuttle. With all that convenience, you'll be delightfully surprised by the kampground's setting with shady sites scattered among mature trees. Kamping Kabins, Lodges and Park Homes also are available. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Myrtle Beach Koa Kampground Hotel Myrtle Beach