This Beautiful RV Beach Resort Is A Luxurious Getaway Right By Myrtle Beach

When it comes to RV resorts and campgrounds, the United States is brimming with destinations and opportunities where you can easily park, set up camp, and enjoy some time away from the daily grind. In fact, some of the country's most popular RV parks are so well-equipped that you might forget you're not at home. So whether you're heading north for a lakeside retreat that's equal parts relaxing and fun, or hitting up Arizona for an adventure-filled RV vacation, one thing's for sure: RV travel is where freedom meets comfort.

Further south, however, South Carolina's coastal charm is where RV living goes to shine. From family-friendly resorts by the water to the ideal home base for your time in the Palmetto State, it's all a matter of choosing your ideal spot and setting the pace. And yet, there's one destination that stands out among the rest: the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock.

Located on the Little River waterfront, at mile marker 348 of the Intracoastal Waterway and just 20 miles north of Myrtle Beach, the RV resort has pretty much everything you need to unwind — all while staying connected and in the heart of the action. With oversized hook-up sites, a 60-slip boat dock, and plenty of other amenities to enjoy, heading there will make for a memorable stay for you and your family.

All the comforts to enjoy

Along with its picture-perfect location, the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock also boasts a wide range of amenities and facilities that'll take your stay up a notch. From jet ski, kayak, and paddleboard rentals to nightly fire pits, fishing, a rock climbing wall, and an oversized swimming pool with a 150-foot water slide, the resort has plenty of on-site activities available to help you (and the little ones) make the most of your time.

In addition to this, the resort also offers free WiFi and TV, modern bath houses and laundry facilities, a waterfront tiki bar, and a fully-stocked camp store where you can grab all your essentials for that on-the-go lifestyle. Other notable luxuries include weekly events, live music nights over the summer, karaoke nights between April and October, and various holiday celebrations.

You'll also be happy to know that the resort is pet-friendly, so long as they're well-behaved, cleaned-up after, and under adult supervision at all times. Just make sure you keep them away from the cottages, campground buildings, and shared amenity areas. Keep in mind, though, that reservations are required, so make sure you book ahead through the resort's website to avoid any headaches!

Other spots nearby

Outside of the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock, the nearby Little River and Myrtle Beach also have plenty going for them in terms of dining, entertainment, and beyond. For starters, Little River is a hotspot for seafood lovers looking to get their grub on. From indulging in a seafood platter at Crab Catchers on the Waterfront to sampling some local staples at The Parson's Table, you'll be left with a happy palate — and an even happier stomach. Plus, adults can also treat themselves to a tour and tasting experience — available on Wednesdays and Saturdays — at La Belle Amie Vineyard.

Over on Myrtle Beach — specifically, on North Myrtle Beach — the fun turns up a notch. Some must-do activities there include shopping at Barefoot Landing, soaking up some well-deserved fun in the water at Shark Park 561, and settling in for a night of music and Southern-style cooking at the House of Blues. All that's left to do is grab your keys and go.