Pirateland Oceanfront Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPirateland Oceanfront Campground Myrtle Beach
This campground is on the beach -- a great beach. The downside are the showers which are dated and worn.
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Tuesday, April 1
Myrtle Beach is about a 2.5 hour drive from Santee, but I need to stop along the way at Costco, Petsmart (Willow needs groomed), and a grocery store, so it will be a long day. Perhaps because I've been in the outback lately, MB looks to me like a shopper's paradise.
By 5 pm, I was camped at Pirateland RV Park, …
We start after an ok night and and ok breakfast (not bad for under $100 us). On the road again and it's 10 c. already ( I know I guessed). Through Baltimore and Washington in a jiffy. Even if "Les the GPS" (we have a British voice) want us to go everywhere else. Then the speed goes up and I even have to go faster some times (not …
Under leaden skies and the kind of rain to get Noah reaching for his timber yard discount card, we left our lovely apartment in Sunset Beach and commenced the next leg of our journey. We paid a brief visit to Myrtle Beach which easily maintained its reputation for tackiness. At one of its more tasteful attractions, a ...
... far, but have a few Internet connection issues here at the condo. This has required Andrew to become well acquainted with the technical support folks at the local broadband company and has also meant a trip out to their shop in a nearby town to pick up a replacement modern. We're hopeful of a resolution tomorrow, but at the moment the speed just isn't good enough to upload any photos.
In the meantime, I'm doing some work, while the kids and Andrew ...
... warm enough to swim in! After a few hours of sunbathing and playing in the waves we drove across the street from the park to Brookgreen Gardens. The thousands of acres were once 4 plantations that a very wealthy family purchased around 1930 and decided to turn it into a wildlife refuge with sculpture exhibits and beautiful gardens. We only made it through ½ the park in a few hours but were very pleased with our visit. The wife was an excellent ...