Myrtle Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMyrtle Beach Resort
The biggest RV park around. Right at the sea side you don't feel the numbers as there is so much to do. A great pool and play park for the kids too
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After the frantic two days at Disney, it was time to head north. I knew I had to get to Charlotte as this was where I had bought the flights out of back to JFK. I decided to go the route of Jacksonville, Charleston, Myrtle Beach and then finally Charlotte.
Jacksonville is still in the state of Florida and although we got in late, and …
I'm living in Wilmington, NC currently. My boyfriend and I decided to go to Myrtle Beach since it was raining all day in Wilmington. We headed to North myrtle, about an hour and 10 min from Wilmington, and we went to barefoot landing. We walked around for about an hour then decided to do something else. We went to broadway at the beach and went to helicopter ...
Our true plan was to anchor somewhere along the Wacamaw River up one of the Cypress lined Creeks. Gary spent hours researching and we had up to 7 possible stops. But because of my work we needed good cell service; and after trying all 7 we knew we could not stay in this area.
So Plan H had us in Georgetown, SC for the week.
No complaints. Nice southern town; good food; and we made some friends.
Another adventure driving across the country! I have made this trip quite a few times before, either moving myself or family members. I still get excited at the idea of driving thousands of miles with countless hours to process life and solve all ...
... on a self-guided walking tour… we figure about 6 kms maybe, and four hours. It was pretty ******* the old feet, but very interesting. This town really is very much of the 18th and 19th centuries, with well restored and maintained homes, shops and markets for blocks and blocks on end. the history is also intriguing with so many of the homes having been owned or visited by political and military figures of the American Revolution and of the Civil ...