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Myrtle Beach State Park & Pier Visitors Guide
Situated on the Grand Strand coastline, Myrtle Beach State Park offers plenty of recreational activities and is close to many Myrtle Beach area attractions. You will find miles of hiking trails and more than 300 campsites for tents and RVs with full hookups for electricity and water. If you plan on staying overnight or for a few days, you can even rent out one of their historic cabins located just 200 yards from the beach. There’s so much to do at the park such as nature trails, heading to the beautiful beach, and shopping at the gift shops. The fishing pier offers the best surf fishing for king mackerel, flounder, whiting, and more. The picnic shelters are perfect for any type of social gathering whether it’s a reunion, birthday party, or another type of celebration. This destination makes it easy to enjoy the settings, whether you venture off on the bike trail or dip your feet in the water.Read more
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. There are 66 sites with full hookups.
Dogs are prohibited from being on the beach from Memorial Day to Labor Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You must keep your dog on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
Yes. Wi-fi is available in various locations throughout the park, including the campground, Pier Gift Shop, and Ranger Station.
Yes. Golf carts are allowed in the park and must be operated by a licensed driver. The golf cart must be insured and you must obey normal traffic laws.