Where to Stay in Myrtle Beach with your Keystone Outback

Myrtle Beach by alan2onion

Your biggest challenge in planning a stay with your Keystone Outback in Myrtle Beach will be not where, but which one of the many RV campsites you’ll select for your vacation! With more than 7,000 campsites available, two state parks and more than a dozen campgrounds, you may want to book several sites for your first visit to the area to decide which one makes the most sense for your family. The Myrtle Beach KOA campground is one popular choice, with a special activity area for dogs called Kamp K9, along with an outdoor movie theater, climbing wall, pool and bike rentals. Run by veteran KOA-ers Mo and Beth Vandesteene, it’s a place that prides itself on cleanliness and family fun. Myrtle Beach Travel Park is also considered noteworthy by many RVers, with its own campground ministry, an oceanfront location, and multiple family events planned for July, August and September. With nighttime campfires lit by the stars twinkling overhead, and accompanied by the sound of the waves crashing on the beach beyond, and days filled with beach fun and boardwalk excitement, you’ll find this area has all the best of summer waiting for you and your family.