We stopped for the night on our way to Myrtle Beach and I was pleasantly surprised. Easy access and they had pull through sites with full hookup. The sites were all pretty level so I didn’t have to unhitch. The facilities were clean and the staff was friendly. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it for an extended stay but it’s not bad for a stopover.
Nice Park, but you need to avoid the holidays. We still go to Pirate Land even though we are empty nesters because the beach is less crowed then the bigger resorts. This year we visited in May, before schools let out for the summer, and the park was nice and quiet. Yes, it was biker’s week, but motorcycles aren’t allowed in the campground so it didn’t bother us. The facilities are always clean and we love the lazy river. The staff is always friendly.
This used to be one of our favorite campgrounds. Unfortunately, it changed hands a few years ago and the new owners are jerks. You can read other posters remarks about the owners. I take issue with them not disclosing their power problems until after I paid in full. I couldn’t use my AC because the voltage was so low and they were constantly experiencing brown outs. When I inquired about the problem she got real defensive and said PPL only supplies them with 108 volts. Well it would have been nice of her to tell me that before I paid in full. I would have turned around a left since an AC requires 120 volts. Of course they don’t care because they can’t be held accountable because of the following statement that appears on your receipt: “The camper accepts camping privileges with the understanding that they carry their own liability and comprehensive insurance to protect against theft, pilferage, fire, windstorm, water damage, hail and vandalism. Camper does hereby release the Campground, its officers and employees of all liability for loss or damage caused by the Campground’s negligence or the negligence of its employees or officers, to property and injury to his person arising out of his use of its camping facilities, and agrees to indemnify the Campground, it’s officers and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person or any member of the family or guest of the registered camper arising out of the use of it’s camping facilities.” “No refund for inclement weather or early departure.” I paid for nine days but departed after just one day. It was 98 degrees, no shade and I couldn’t run my AC. They can shove the money. I’m not going to let a couple of annoying idiots ruin my vacation. We ended up at another campground where we could run our AC, refrigerator and hot water on electric. Plus we didn’t have to put up with the owners harassing us the whole time. Sorry, but the view just isn’t worth it.
A nice campground but the sites in the front row are tight. Our site was on a street that ran right through the camp ground. Not a suitable site if you have little children because some of the cars were going way to fast for that street. However, the rows behind us looked very spacious and the street was much quieter. The facilities are some of the nicest and cleanest I have ever seen. I will visit again.
A beautiful campground with large sites. The facilities are first class and kept immaculate. The owners are very hospitable and take a lot of pride in their campground. The oyster festival is one of my favorite events. It a perfect way of closing out the camping season.
A Beautiful campground that is immaculately clean. The sites are very large and the facilities are first class. The old owners were the nicest people in the world and will be sorely missed. The campground was sold to Diversified Investments about a year ago. Initially they struggled to maintain the same high quality of customer service the previous owners provided. However, they hired a new GM and assistant who are doing a great job of restoring it to what it once was. And Diversified isn’t shy about investing money in improvements. It remains one of my favorite campgrounds.