Camping near Myrtle Beach with hiking

Relax on sandy shores and play in the Atlantic Ocean during a sunny Myrtle Beach camping trip.

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12 top campgrounds near Myrtle Beach with hiking

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Thompson Farm at Brickyard Pl

51 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents156 acres · Conway, SC
Brickyard plantation was a farm started in the 1800s to manufacture Brick loaded on steam side wheelers and delivered up and down the Waccamaw river. Beautiful area for boating and kayaking natural river lots of wildlife.Learn more about this land: Join us at a half a mile Oak lined driveway adjoining the old Waccamaw River prime kayaking fishing and animal watching. Only minutes from Myrtle Beach.
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The Fern Getaway

4 sites · Lodging, Tents7 acres · SC
This is a place to get away and enjoy nature but you aren't too far from a local grocery store, a few restaurants and a local park. If you are here for the beach, the closest beach and also our favorite is Cherry Grove Beach, only a 30 minute drive. There are a few kayak rental companies we can connect you to if you'd like and we know all the local spots for adventure, food and shopping. Pick a hammock and relax listening to the birds, we also have an outdoor kitchen to prepare food and community firepits to gather around. We want this to be a relaxing getaway, to connect with yourself, others and nature.
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Calmly Camping

1 site · RV1 acre · Murrells Inlet, SC
Choose this spot to park your camper and enjoy a peaceful, private location while also having access to the beach (half a mile), grocery stores, shops, nice restaurants, and bars. This is a great area for biking, trail hiking, and boating with close proximity to Huntington Beach State Park, Brookgreen Gardens, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island, and various wildlife reserves. This spot has a 12 x 30 concrete pad for a camper or RV as well as all of the hook ups, including sewer, water, and 30 amp. power.
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Green Acres Private Campground

8 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Ocean Isle Beach, NC
Primitive Tent and Boondock Camping NO HOOKUPS Primitive Tent and Boondock Camping NO HOOKUPS Primitive Tent and Boondock Camping NO HOOKUPS Located minutes from Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach and Calabash! Located Between Wilmington and Myrtle Beach! Minutes away from Beaches, Attractions, Shops and Dining! Private and secluded grass-covered fields perfect for Boondocking and Tent Camping. Each site has a Picnic Table, Umbrella, Firepit. Pets are welcome! 5 gal Camp Showers available to Rent. Trash Bins available at Fence. Communal BBQ Grills. (Charcoal Not Included) Portable Pottie Available To Rent. Goods and Supplies available for Purchase or Rent during booking checkout. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!! For upcoming event schedules, specials and discounts! NEARBY DUMP STATIONS: *Brunswick Beaches Camping Resort 7200 KOA Drive Southwest Sunset Beach, North Carolina 28468 1-910-579-7562 M-Sat. 9am-4:30pm, Sun. 9am-2:30pm $20.00 Fee ____________ *Myrtle Beach State Park Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29575 1-843-238-5325 Water: Yes $5.00 Fee ____________ *Willow Tree Resort 520 Southern Sights Drive Longs, S.C. 29568 1-866-207-2267 $15.00 Fee ** Trailer Campers, Please Spray Your Undercarriages, Tires And Ground Supports With Outdoor Ant Spray Before and Upon Arriving.**
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Laurel Oaks Estate

4 sites · Lodging55 acres · Conway, SC
We are 20 miles from Myrtle Beach, and just a short drive to beautiful downtown Conway, SC. There you will find shopping, amazing restaurants, and the Riverwalk. Alongside the tent is a fire pit, hammock, cornhole, picnic table, and gas grill. Take a stroll on one of our many trails that backs up to the National Wildlife Refuge. Enjoy fishing and take a ride in the paddleboat, johnboat, and kayaks on our pond near your campsite.
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Howle’s Camping

3 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Galivants Ferry, SC
Learn more about this land:Fishing, Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Waterfowl & Wildlife viewing, Hiking, Birdwatching, Stargazing, Wildlife & Landscape Photography, Butterfly Viewing
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Cat Cabin in Historic Conway

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Conway, SC
Learn more about this land:Newly Rewired & Repainted! Quaint home on a large property & generations of history. Must love CATS. Discount for daily feeding & love. 2 female indoor/outdoor cats live on the property must have access to the home through a cat door in the master bedroom and be fed twice daily by you or a neighbor. :) Outdoor camping available dependant on weather Cameras on property Safe neighborhood Newly installed floorboard heaters! Firestick Smart TV HighSpeed Wifi Firepit Record player w/ vinyl collection Beautiful spa shower/tub 20 min to Myrtle Beach Spa bathroom
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Boho Hideaway

1 site · Lodging15 acres · Carolina Shores, NC
This Secluded Glamping site is located on a private, forested estate near the coast. Boho Hideaway allows you to unplug & recharge in nature. MINUTES from both North & South Carolina Beaches and the Intracoastal Waterway. The property features a nice lake for fishing as well as a creek along the back side and a hiking trail through the woods.
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StatelineMovieTime

55 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Tabor City, NC
statelinemovietime $45.00 per night. Special events and high travel season fills up fast. Please contact directly for more information. Gates are locked late and opened at request. Burn band in effect. Special area for bonfire, grilling, ect. Only minutes to NC/SC Beaches, attractions, and more. Secure and safe environment. $5.00 per night pet fee. God bless, safe travels. 
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Kidogo Farms

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents26 acres · Georgetown, SC
Tucked away on a private campsite within the boundaries of Kidogo Farms, this camper is ideal for the new camper, and novice, alike. Enjoy a relaxing stay on a private site with all of the amenities to make you comfortable. This is a great place to relax after spending the day exploring historic Georgetown, hiking on the banks of the Black River, or relaxing at the beach in nearby Pawley's Island. Conveniently located about an hour in between Myrtle Beach, Charleston and Florence.
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Star Fall Station

1 site · RV, TentShallotte, NC
Once a three car garage now converted into a working artists studio, this property is a creative and peaceful home. The owner, a former contractor and artist Martha McKinley Murphy and Shane have changed this into a place where sculpture, art and harmony blend into a haven and retreat enjoyed by many.Learn more about this land:Our four acres is an open view for the wonders of star gazing. Come enjoy a place where the artist in all of us can be peacefully camping or take a drive less than 4.5 miles away to Ocean Isle Beach. Be a shell collector or enjoy paddle boarding, kayaking or canoeing at some very close places to enjoy the waters. A screened outdoor living room overlooks our half acre pond with a wooded backdrop. Under our giant magnolia tree, one can see gorgeous sunsets and enjoy a picnic dinner. Our private outdoor shower is spacious and is next door to an outdoor kitchen. Campers can enjoy our raised bed garden areas when in season or collect organic eggs from our free range hens. Attached to our home is a workshop/studio area where families and friends can gather for a small event, class or meal.
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Longford Ranch

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Loris, SC
We have 11.6 acres. A little over 4 acres is cleared for our homestead and farm animals. The other 7 has been unexplored for years. We left it natural for the wildlife and eco system . It is a little tough to get in there due to over growth. We have so many deer, coyotes, wild turkeys, hawks, eagles, and supposedly wild pigs (I have never seen them). Those woods house so many animals and plants. So beautiful. Rivers are all around Loris, we have the little Pee Dee River, Waccamaw River and the Intracoastal. Less than 34 miles to No. Myrtle Beach and Cherry Grove beaches. We do have a tandem kayak. There are kayak rentals nearby. Go kayaking and see alligators sunning themselves, see a bald Eagle soar, everything is right there. We are also so close to the beautiful city of Conway. Also called Halloween town in October. The trees are all decorated through main street. The history is Conway is deep. Live Oaks (which are protected) are all through Conway. There is a beautiful River Walk too. Great restaurants for everyone's' tastes. Loris itself is beautiful. A very small quaint earthy town. We do have two great restaurants and an amazing bakery. We are so close to many state parks, where you can walk around and take it all in. Very close to Myrtle Beach and No. Myrtle where the nightclubs and big shops are. Come and stay at Longford Ranch and get away from all the beach traffic, and see the real South Carolina.
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Camping near Myrtle Beach with hiking guide

Overview

Nestled into the impressive 60-mile-long stretch of uninterrupted beach known as the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach is a popular spot for sunbathers, beachcombers, and watersport enthusiasts. Enjoy paddleboarding, jet skiing, or parasailing in the Atlantic Ocean with cool sea breezes. Or kayak through nearby waterways next to camping resorts. Families love the waterparks and amusement parks in the area, and golfers adore teeing off at the many world-class golf courses. Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park offer convenient camping options close to town, while Francis Marion National Forest takes hunters and campers deep into wooded marshlands.

Where to go

Myrtle Beach State Park

Myrtle Beach State Park is located right in town, offering a family-friendly campground with both RV and tent campsites. While not quite oceanfront, Myrtle Beach Campground is minutes from the beach. Follow Sculptured Oak Nature Trail and Yaupon Nature Trail to look for loggerhead sea turtles before returning to wifi-connected campsites with access to washrooms, bathhouses, and laundry facilities. Campers can also try crabbing or fishing for flounder, Spanish mackerel, and whiting using fishing rods available for rent from the pier gift shop.

Huntington Beach State Park

About 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach along Long Bay, Huntington Beach State Park offers surf fishing, boating, and birding opportunities. Campers also get the chance to swim in the Atlantic Ocean next to a secluded beach. For wildlife viewing, including alligators, explore the many boardwalks that extend into the freshwater lagoon and salt marsh. For a taste of history, visit Atalaya Castle, a masonry structure built in the 1930s without drawn plans. Campers will find beachfront camping opportunities at Huntington Beach State Park, including pet-friendly RV campsites with electricity, water, and sewer hookups. There is also complimentary wifi throughout the campground.

Francis Marion National Forest

For a camping experience near Myrtle Beach that’s more forested, consider dispersed, primitive camping at Francis Marion National Forest. Stretching over 250,000 acres, the forest spans diverse ecosystems with unique opportunities to view and hunt local wildlife. Hiking trails are relatively flat, but be prepared for swampy areas with ankle-deep water—especially in the eastern section of the park after spring and summer rains. Elmwood Recreation Area is popular during deer and turkey hunting seasons. And Buck Hall Recreation Area offers easy access to Bulls Bay for excellent shrimp baiting.

When to go

Summer is the most popular time of year for vacation rentals and camping in RVs around Myrtle Beach. Loads of sunshine and soaring temperatures are terrific for beach activities, swimming in the ocean, watersports, and mini-golf. Bugs are also at their peak during warm summer months. For fewer mosquitoes and thinning crowds, fall is a great option for camping in the area. The weather is cooler and less humid, plus it’s the perfect time of year to watch migratory birds and enjoy fall foliage.

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