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Myrtle Beach Area Camping

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									A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP… AND SO MUCH MORE Myrtle Beach Accommodations Suit Every Traveler’s Needs Early morning ocean breezes. Breakfast in bed. Indoor/outdoor water parks, swimming pools, spas, private balconies and, of course, sun-drenched beaches. It’s the little things that add up to a memorable vacation, and whether you’re with the kids, on a romantic getaway, or just grabbing a weekend away from the office, where you choose to stay is as important as where you choose to play. That’s why the Myrtle Beach area’s grand beaches and communities are strung with a necklace of luxurious resorts, roomy condos, cozy cottages, quaint motels and beach houses catering to every budget and lifestyle. With nearly 90,000 rooms—as well as vacation rentals, camping and timeshare options – no other destination has the quality and diverse selection of places to stay.

Hotel/Motels: Rooms with a View Grand Strand visitors will find every imaginable style of pampering in a glittering selection of high-rise hotels and quaint motels that are all too eager to please. Whether polished and formal or laid-back casual, these hotels and motels offer their own interpretation of luxury, good manners, and service. And because the area is home to one of the largest hotel-motel per capita on the East Coast, there’s a room and budget to suit everyone’s own lifestyle. Local hotels and motels provide much more than just a bed. Many rooms have kitchens, separate living rooms, Internet access, workout rooms and spas. You provide the guests; they’ll provide the accommodations. The memories are on the house. Vacation Rentals: Just Like Home Whatever type of Myrtle Beach vacation you’re craving – a relaxing beach getaway, one packed with thrills and family adventure, or a peaceful retreat away from it all – the Grand Strand has just the house, villa, cottage or condo waiting for you. Vacation rentals are fantastic and affordable options for couples, golfers or several families gathering for a reunion. From cottages nestled in the dunes of Pawleys Island, to towering condos overlooking the North Myrtle Beach seaside bustle, there are options to fit your taste and budget. Furnished with kitchens, vacation rentals provide an opportunity to bring out the chef in you and cook in. Each one is fully furnished and decorated to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Myrtle Beach is a fantastic place to look for vacation rentals because they are so plentiful along the 60mile stretch of coastline. A vacation home is a larger space so more people can travel together and split the cost of the rental. And with multigenerational travel on the rise -- grandma, aunt, mom, dad and kids all traveling together -- it's an easy way to be comfortable and share intimate travel memories together in a larger space. A few vacation home rental agencies include: • • • • • • Barefoot Paradise Vacations: www.barefootparadisevacations.com, (866) 737-8802 Dunes Realty: www.dunes.com, (888) 889-0312 Elliott Realty: www.elliottrealty.com, (888) 669-7853 Garden City Realty: www.GardenCityRealty.com/myr, (800) 395-5930 Seaside Rentals: www.Seasiderentalsonline.com, (866)613-7983 Surfside Realty Company: www.Surfsiderealty.org. (800) 542-2503

Camping: Sleep Under the Stars The Myrtle Beach area offers campers and outdoor enthusiasts a choice of nearly a dozen campgrounds, two state parks and more than 7,000 camping sites, all located in close proximity to the beach and other attractions and amenities along the Grand Strand. Some locations include: • Myrtle Beach State Park: Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach and boasts an impressive beach, fishing pier, 350 campsites, cabins, picnic shelters, activity center, nature center, hiking trails and free nature programs with admission to the park. For more information, call (843) 238-5325 or visit SouthCarolinaParks.com. • Huntington Beach State Park: The diverse natural environment of the South Carolina coast consists of freshwater lagoons, salt marshes, nature trails along the fabulous stretch of beach. The park has 133 campsites, picnic areas with shelters, nature programs and the historic castle Atalaya, once the winter home of sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband, Archer. For more information, call (843) 237-4440 or visit SouthCarolinaParks.com. • Ocean Lakes Family Campground: Visitors will enjoy beachfront camping on the eight fresh water lakes. On-site amenities include the Four Seasons Center with heated pool, and a 17,000square-foot recreation center – plus nearly 900 campsites, 250 rentals units and over 2,000 annual lease sites. For more information, call (877) 510-1413 or visit OceanLakes.com. • Lakewood Camping Resort: Offers visitors the choice of oceanfront or lakefront campsites or villa accommodations; with available amenities including golf cart rentals, on-site telephones, heated swimming pool, three-acre recreation complex, and oceanfront amphitheater and meeting rooms for clubs and rallies. For more information, call (877) LAKEWOOD or visit LakewoodCampground.com. • Pirateland Family Camping Resort: For nearly 40 years, PirateLand campground has been accommodating family travelers with more than 700 campsites, a heated indoor swimming pool, two- and three-bedroom vacation rentals, golf packages and a beautiful, wide span of beach. For more information, call (800) 443-CAMP or visit Pirateland.com. Timeshares: Ownership Made Easy With so many types of lodging to choose from, try them all through the use of a timeshare. From North, Central or South Myrtle Beach including Murrells Inlet, choose from cozy cottages, sleek condos, a spacious villa tucked away on a golf course, or even a massive home on the beach. With thousands of rental options and agencies, travelers are sure to find one to fit specific needs and price ranges. Enjoy property ownership for a specific time each year, and earn points that will allow you to sample the Myrtle Beach area’s different accommodation types. Timeshares are an affordable option for those who want to see it all – or, for those who are content with vacationing in the same area, year after year. Give your timeshare points as a gift to a family member or friend, and allow them to make their own Myrtle Beach memories. Chances are, they’ll come back for more. For additional information on the Myrtle Beach area, visit www.VisitMyrtleBeach.com or call 1.888.Myrtle1.

### Media Contacts Sally Alfis/Kate Evans M Booth & Associates 212.481.7000 mybeach@mbooth.com


								
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