OFF SEASON: (until May)
Monday thru Saturday: 8AM-6PM
PEAK SEASON: May thru Labor Day Weekend)
Monday thru Saturday: 8AM-8PM
Our cabin rentals require a minimum age limit of 21 years old with valid ID at time of check in.
Mopeds are NOT allowed on the campground. Personal Golf Carts are allowed with proof of insurance. Only KOA rental golf carts are allowed. If for some reason the campground is sold out of rentals only approved offsite rentals will be allowed. Please check with Front Office for this approval.
Hours of Operation:
Daily from 8am-10AM for our FREE pancake breakfast ( Peak Season only)
9 AM – 10 PM
Check-In • RV& Tent – 2:00 PM • Cabin, Deluxe Cabin – 2:00 PM Check-out • RV& Tent – 12:00 PM • Cabin, Deluxe Cabin – 11:00 AM
Day visitors are always welcome. $5 per additional adult. $10 per additional vehicle. Limit 8 total guests/visitors on an RV site and limit 6 total guests/visitors at tents and cabins.
11 PM -7 AM
Fire Rings available on all tent, RV and cabin sites Firewood available for sale on site - $7.00 per bundle, 3 bundles for $20.00 or we have amazing Blazin' Buddies for sale also. If you bring your own fire ring, please ask for a pallet to set it on when you arrive
Lots of great channels!! Spectrum Cable is the provider and if you need assistance programming the TV just let any of our wonderful people wearing Yellow know and we will help you out!!
When you check into the campground, you instantly become a part of OUR familyJeremiah Drew is a hands-on campground manager. He's been known to take campground guests out golfing to get to know them better, hosts snowbird golf group, and enjoys singing karaoke with campers!
“I want people to leave here and tell all of their friends and family how great their stay was,” says Jeremiah. “I want them to feel like they are a part of something special while they are on vacation.”
During one of the campground's karaoke evenings, Jeremiah recalls a particularly shy guest. “I joined her on stage and sang a duet with her. She smiled the whole time, and when it was time for her to leave, she told her mom that she wanted to come back here every year.”
Jeremiah worked as a recreation assistant for the city of Myrtle Beach, planning and implementing new activities for after school programs, while also assisting in sports tournaments. He then was hired as the activities director for Myrtle Beach KOA.
“My passion for the company grew with each passing day,” Jeremiah says. “The campground life became more than job—it became a lifestyle that I wanted to pursue as a career.” Jeremiah gradually started becoming more hands-on with campground operations, and he took on the role of General Manager in early 2014.
“Nothing makes me prouder then when a guest seeks me out to tell me how great their stay was and how clean and beautiful the campground is,” Jeremiah says. “Our campground is a hidden gem here at the beach. My staff works so hard daily to give our guests the makings of great memories.”
When he's not running the campground, Jeremiah enjoys running, reading, basketball, music, and golf.