It’s that special time of year that brings forth the celebration of spring and warm weather. It’s time to dust off the pollen and get the spring-cleaning done because vacation plans will be blooming like flowers in the garden. It’s time to break out the shorts and sandals and catch the spring fever that is running ramped inspiring an awesome time to go camping in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

It’s essential to leave winter behind and feel the sunshine on your face, the sand between your toes, and relax to the peaceful sounds of the ocean. Whether you are coming to town to golf, shop, catch a show, or to enjoy the beach, the campground locations at Myrtle Beach are here to accommodate your needs. The friendly staffs have missed you and are ready to fulfill your springtime dreams.

Nothing says springtime more than the smells and sounds of baseball. Catch all the games you can with the big hits of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans as they start their year. What could be better than packing up the family for fantastic camping fun and enjoying the local boys of summer as they bring all the thrills of professional baseball?

If you are going to be here for the Grand Strand Fights-IKF Kickboxing Championship, then there is no better place to meditate and refresh than your own peaceful private campsite. Even if you don’t have an RV, Myrtle Beach campgrounds can hook you up. If you would rather have a cabin, they can make that happen too. You might just want to go bare bones camping with a tent and sleeping bag: no worries, you can rest assured they have site a just for you.

SOS Spring Safari is April 15th and if you are coming to town for the sensational shag safari then imagine dancing under the moonlight with your favorite partner at one of the best campgrounds in Myrtle Beach. Practice your moves and feel right at home in one of the birthplaces of the smooth sounds of beach music. Campground locations are located all over the Myrtle Beach area to accommodate the thousands of anticipated shaggers coming to dance the night away. If you are coming to dance as a group, don’t forget to ask about group discount packages available at any of the friendly campgrounds.

One of the best things about camping is the time you get to grill out with your family and friends. But if you need a little break, the Taste of the Coast will be April 23rd. What a wonderful way to wet your pallet and experience some of the best food in the Myrtle Beach area. From comfort food to fine dining, you will be able to take a big bite of Myrtle Beach home with you.

So many attractions and so many things to do, Myrtle Beach campgrounds can satisfy all your needs. But sometimes the fair comes to town; you just gotta get your “fair” on. Myrtle Beach campgrounds welcome the Horry County Fair. Get your fill of elephant ears, fried Twinkies, and rides, and then come back to your home away from home for a restful night of sleep and relaxation. Awake refreshed the next day and enjoy an excursion of sightseeing or deep-sea fishing.

You may want to keep it simple and try something new; head down to Brookgreen Gardens where you can be a zookeeper for a day. How about experience some Myrtle Beach culture and enjoy a walk through Art in the Park. Myrtle Beach has venues as diverse as the campers who visit every year.  

The decision is up to you. Hang out with the groundhog for six more weeks of winter or soar with the eagles and coast on down to Myrtle Beach for the experience of a lifetime. Make the memories you have always wanted and reserve your space at a Myrtle Beach campground. Keep coming back to see some of the amazing adventures that will be motoring to Myrtle Beach in May.