18 Nov

RVFTA #115 Greetings from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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On this episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we have a complete guide to enjoying one of our favorite RV destinations–Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We first visited this area in spring of 2014, and since then we have found ourselves returning again and again.

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Make sure you also listen to Campground of the Week episode #55 to hear our review of the Myrtle Beach KOA, our favorite place to stay when visiting this area.

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Sure, Myrtle Beach has plenty of tourist attractions along the famous Grand Strand, but we have also discovered a world of outdoor adventure and natural beauty. We make time to enjoy both during our visits.

Another reason why Myrtle Beach is such a remarkable RV destination is that you can visit year round. We have been in spring, summer, and fall and though the summer was a bit warm for our taste, we still had a blast every time.

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We split the episode into three distinct segments: On the Strand, Off the Strand, and Good Eats in Myrtle Beach. We will talk about our favorite attractions in each category, and we picked our top places to eat when we visit.

Here are the links to all the attractions, activities, and restaurants mentioned in the episode..

On the Strand: The Glitz and Sparkle

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  1. Skywheel
  2. Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures
  3. Hollywood Wax Museum
  4. Legends in Concert
  5. Wonder Works
  6. Ripley’s Aquarium
Off the Strand: Outdoor Adventure and Natural Spaces
  1. Huntington Beach State Park
  2. Myrtle Beach State Park
  3. Black River Outdoors Center
  4. Brookgreen Gardens
  5. Center for Birds of Prey
  6. Barefoot Princess River Boat
Good Eats in Myrtle Beach
  1. Johnny Ds Waffles and Bakery 
  2. Noizy Oyster
  3. BisQit
  4. Wicked Tuna
  5. Graham’s Landing Restaurant
  6. Seewee Restaurant

You might think that Myrtle Beach is just an endless stretch of mini gold courses and overpriced seafood buffets, but we know that this place has all the trappings of a perfect RV destination. Listen to episode #115 Greetings from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to hear more!

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3 thoughts on “RVFTA #115 Greetings from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

  1. Back in the early 80s we were on vacation in Myrtle Beach and my Aunt and Uncle went to see a little up-and-coming country musician, at a little hole-in-the-wall named George Strait.

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