All Age RV Camping Near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Resort Officially Open Beginning July 1, 2019

Be one of the first to enjoy Carolina Pines RV Resort — South Carolina’s newest getaway. Discover a totally new kind of resort experience at one of the best RV parks near Myrtle Beach, where everything you want is waiting for you! Bring the whole family and park your rig on spacious sites, or stay in one of our well-appointed cottage rentals.

The extensive amenity package creates the backdrop for your Myrtle Beach getaway. Have some fun in the sun at the Carolina Splash Water Park, challenge a friend to a round of miniature golf, play your favorite games in the Red Fox Arcade, or grab a bite at the Lowcountry Landing-Carolina Bistro.

Just minutes away from the resort you’ll find all of the excitement and popular attractions of Myrtle Beach. Get in touch with nature at the Myrtle Beach State Park, take a walk on the wild side with a visit to the Myrtle Beach Safari, or do some shopping at Broadway on the Beach.

Guarantee a great summer and book your stays early, starting July 1st, 2019.

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