Keystone Outback Adventure to Myrtle Beach: Where to Eat

Amazing Soul food in Myrtle Beach

You may decide to cook all your meals within your Keystone Outback. With gourmet kitchen details like a 2 door, 6 cubic feet refrigerator, a 60/40 deep sink with 3” drains, and more, you don’t need to leave your campsite when it comes to preparing a delicious meal for the whole family. Still, Myrtle Beach is known for good eats, and if you have the budget for it, you may find some treats are waiting! Southern cooking is a mainstay of the area, and Big Mike’s Soul Food is considered one of the best. With huge portions of famous southern dishes like collard greens, fried chicken and pork chops, you’ll walk away full but happy, ready for a long nap in your Outback afterwards! For a sweet snack, try Britt’s Donuts, the Myrtle Beach headquarters for the popular treat. Some say it even outdoes Krispy Kreme! Served up warm, many Ohio RVers plan on ordering an extra bag to take for the long drive home at the end of their stay.