2022 Forest River Salem Bunk House
2022 Forest River Salem Bunk House
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North Myrtle Beach is a city in South Carolina, in Horry County. It was created by combining four existing communities into one, which became a primary tourist town for the area separate from the other communities. North Myrtle Beach is 17.7 square miles in size, and the city may be slightly too big for a walking tour (unless you plan out walking tours of smaller areas) but a drive through in your North Myrtle Beach RV rental might be a good way to see what is available before starting out.
The area around North Myrtle Beach was first explored in the 1500s by the Spanish; the area around Cherry Grove had become an Indigo plantation by the 1700s, and it is rumored that Blackbeard himself stopped in for a visit from time to time. More contemporary celebrities with connections to the area are Minnesota Vikings punter Ryan Quigley, PGA lead tour announcer Kelly Tilghman and famed Wheel of Fortune co-host Vanna White.
RV rentals in North Myrtle Beach are your chance to slip into this upper-class community. Other nearby cities that are worth checking out are Georgetown, Conway, Sumter, Florence, and Wilmington. If you have enough time, your RV trailer rental in North Myrtle Beach is your introduction to these other interesting stops.
Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge is one of a few refuges in South Carolina. This 29,000-acre refuge was opened in 1997 in order to protect endangered species of plants and animals, especially those associated with hardwood habitats. The environment is made up of 6,166 acres of forest and a variety of wetland habitats, such as tidal rice fields, freshwater tidal marshes, and black water and alluvial floodplain forested wetlands. Visitors can engage in a variety of activities, from limited hunting and fishing (permits are required) to wildlife observation, photography and environmental education. An environmental education center was opened in 2008, offering displays and lectures on the area's environment. Your North Myrtle Beach motorhome rental is a perfect blind for animal watching and photography, and also a handy lunch spot in between activities.
Myrtle Beach Travel Park is not quite five miles southwest and has RV sites with full hookups (water, sewer and 30/50 amp electricity), big rig access and pull-through sites. The campground has Wi-Fi, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a camp store where propane can be purchased, a swimming pool, playground, and a rec room. There are trails for hiking and guests can go fishing; a lakefront beach is nearby with a half mile of sandy beach and a breakfast restaurant on the beachfront.
Briarcliffe RV Resort is a little more than three miles southwest. Each site has a concrete RV pad and a concrete patio, a picnic table, full hookups (water, sewer and 30/50 amp electricity), Wi-Fi, and big rig access. The campground has restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a camp store with propane available for sale, a swimming pool, playground, and a rec room. The streets within the park are paved and the park is a gated community, accessed by key card (only one vehicle in addition to your RV is allowed, but there is overflow parking for secondary vehicles and guests).
North Myrtle Beach is tourist heaven, and nothing could demonstrate this better than the sound of beach music along Ocean Drive, and the sight of residents and visitors doing the state dance, the shag. Nightlife is king here, with live theater, variety shows, dance clubs and more, but the daytime is just as big a draw with an oceanfront amusement park, concerts at McLean Park, horse rides on the beach, along the waterway or on a private island, boutiques and flea markets, and more. When you rent an RV in North Myrtle Beach, the most difficult question you might find yourself asking is what not to do (or how to fit everything or as much as possible into your stay).
When the dinner bell rings, North Myrtle Beach answers with a long list of cuisines just waiting for you. Diners here can choose from seafood, steakhouses, and barbecue, Chinese and Japanese, German, Italian, Mexican, local Southern food, hot dog and hamburger shacks, Irish taverns, bistros, all-day breakfast venues, and more. Prices in North Myrtle Beach range from cheap eats to moderately priced, so family dinners shouldn't be too hard on the wallet. Some of the more popular restaurants can get busy quickly, so reservations may be required. If a quiet, relaxed meal is more your thing, grab some groceries and head back to your luxury RV rental in North Myrtle Beach to whip up a delicious home-cooked meal. Nothing says vacation like dining under the stars.