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About 75 miles southwest of Wilmington, North Carolina, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Myrtle Beach, SC has all the amenities that a person could wish for while vacationing. The attractions of Myrtle Beach range from golf, Nascar races, museums, haunted houses, amusement parks and, of course, the beautiful beaches. An RV rental by owner in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is an efficient way to spread out and explore this Atlantic coastal region.

Rest easy knowing that public transportation within the city, such as the Coast RTA (Regional Transportation Authority), has regular bus schedules to take you to any of the popular attractions Myrtle Beach has to offer. The beach is the top attraction for the area, however, for the angler at heart, traveling to Murrells Inlet should probably be on the to-do list. When you rent an RV in Myrtle Beach, traveling by train to Florence or by plane to any of the local airports is always an option. No matter what your desire might be when visiting Myrtle Beach, there is always something for you to do in this wonderful city.

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The Great Outdoors

Nothing appeals more to the outdoorsy person than seeing the vast ocean that never seems to end. For the adventurous family who loves the thrill of excitement, travel to Radical Ropes Adventure Park and visit the five-acre forest with a treetop obstacle course and zipline your way through the forest.

An RV rental in Myrtle Beach will give you the freedom to explore the wonderful state of South Carolina. If you get tired of sitting out in the sun, you can travel a south to Charleston and take in some of the wonderful sites the city has to offer. There is no excuse for anyone to not have a stupendous time venturing around the South Carolina coast. Wildlife safaris, fishing, exciting water sports, peaceful water adventures and the two state parks found within minutes of the beach provide tons of outdoor experiences. Myrtle Beach State Park features 312 acres of nature trails, tours, and programs. If you spend the day at the state park, you can also stay there overnight with the Myrtle Beach rental RV.

Head the Myrtle Beach motorhome about 25 miles to the south and land in the sandy, dune-y beach town of Pawleys Island. Just north of town, you can visit Huntington Beach State Park and the Brookgreen Gardens, with its on-site zoo and vast botanical gardens to explore.

RV Parks

There are a plethora of places to park when you rent an RV along the coast of South Carolina.

Myrtle Beach KOA provides easy access with places to stay along the northern shore of Myrtle Beach. A stay at Myrtle Beach State Park provides a scenic spot for swimming and camping alike.  Further south along the coast are spots such as Ocean Lakes Family Campground or the Pirateland Camping Resort. No matter where you go, always call ahead for a reservation and rest easy knowing that there are literally hundreds of camping areas around the beach or outside of the area. Each site provides unique amenities and attractions.

Exploring the City

Let’s face it, not many people spend their vacations traveling to Myrtle Beach without exploring the city itself. Go beyond the beach and explore the wonders of this great city. Visit Duplin Winery and taste some of the finest wines, or cruise along the ocean breeze with the East Coast Brewboat and have some brews with your friends.

Are you an extreme sports person? Many people come for the extreme water sports that Myrtle beach has to offer. Visit Express Watersports, Downwind Sails Watersports for your adrenaline rush. Travel out with Fish Hook Charters for some offshore fishing or spend the day at one of the many amusement parks. Usually, at the beach, it all revolves around the water however, the nightlife can be exciting and fun, too. GTS Theatre offers a taste of Motown and numerous shows for some evening enjoyment.

RV rentals in Myrtle Beach can allow vacationers to travel outside of the city limits and adventure beyond what the average person might see while vacationing here. Whether you enjoy strolling along the numerous shops on the boardwalks, basking in the sunshine and enjoying the ocean breeze, or catching a live band at “The Pier at Garden City Beach”, activities never stop in Myrtle Beach. Adventures in Myrtle Beach could involve the miniature golf courses, helicopter rides, or a visit to the Family Kingdom. The possibilities are endless when it comes to entertainment in this beach town.

A Myrtle Beach RV rental vacation could not be any easier to experience! Visit Myrtle Beach, SC and enjoy the vacation of a lifetime.

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