Pirateland Family Camping Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
We stayed here for six days in March although we had originally planned on staying for three days. We really enjoyed this place, even though it was off-season and most amenities were closed, we were as close as possible to the beach.
The cost to stay here also was a huge factor; at only $31 a day, we could not have asked for any better place to stop our RV. We had full hookups, a decent sized space, and Cable TV.
I was leery of this place, afraid it would be chinsy or overly family (yes I have my family with me, but we do not really enjoy full-on-family experience places). This campground is a campground with limited pirate theming, perfect for us.
Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely.
Informational: We travel in a 36' Class A RV.
All the amenities, but crowded
I am rating this lower than I normally would for a campground with similar amenities, but it was just so crowded and busy. I think this is the norm for Myrtle Beach however. Tons of stuff to do. Level sites. I would recommend renting a golf cart because the place is HUGE! The beautiful beach is just steps from the nearest campsites. The "beachside" camp sites have NO shade, but are conveniently located. If you do choose a "beachside" site, ask for one to the north of the main entrance road. These northern sites seemed to be a little more spacious and had less population. Also the beach near this end is significantly less crowded. There are some shady spots up near the pool.
Take a shade tent with you for the beach. Take a shallow bin to fill with water and keep by your camper entrance. You can rinse your feet from all the sand! Sand is everywhere! There is a nightly golf cart parade that is very entertaining. It starts about 9 pm. If you know you will rent a cart, take some craft items with which to decorate your cart for the parade.
Close to the beach, but kind of crazy
Tropical Storm Debby (June 2012) ran us out of Florida and we went to Pirateland in Myrtle Beach for better weather. The place is huge and right on the beach. The sites are sort of cramped but we are hear for the beach. Tons if families and lots of kids everywhere. The golf carts are sort of a PITA going all over the place and zipped around me as I backed in our spot.
We'd camp here again, but would also check out other places to stay in the area.
Great Family Fun
Our family of 4 boys have had a lot of fun at Pirateland. We love the beachfront sites. Golf carts can be quite annoying but when you're at the beach it doesn't seem to matter much!