Myrtle Beach is a great destination for camping. You can enjoy more traditional types of campgrounds or you can park your RV within walking distance of the beach. Here's a look at some of the top camping spots found near Myrtle Beach, SC.

Lakewood Campground

Known as Myrtle Beach's first campground, Lakewood Campground offers plenty of things to do and plenty of camping. There are 2,000 campsites and 112 villas for rent here. The campground offers a water park with slides, oceanfront camping, electric and water hook-ups on every site, free Wi-Fi and so much more.

Apache Family Campground

Oceanfront camping at its's best in Myrtle Beach, the Apache Family Campground offers so much to enjoy. You can visit the Apache Pier, enjoy fishing and even enjoy some of the best arcades in the area. Plenty of spots are available for all different size RVs, 5th wheels and travel trailers.

Myrtle Beach State Park

Found among the Grand Strand, the Myrtle Beach State Park offers a naturally beautiful place to camp. It's a 312-acre preserve with forest, beach and more. You can enjoy camping under large trees or you can choose one of the cabins here, as well. 

Plenty of spots are found here with many offering rooms for RVs up to 40 feet in length. All spots have water and electric hook-ups and the campground offers showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities. There are 66 total full hookup sites and another 300 sites with electric and water. Another 30-site area offers overflow and tent camping.

PirateLand Myrtle Beach

Maybe the best oceanfront camping in the state, PirateLand Myrtle Beach offers 180 oceanfront acres of camping area. They have sites including oceanfront, lakeside and wooded with plenty to choose from. The campground offers full water, sewer, and electric hookups at all sites, along with free cable TV and more. 

Enjoy activities, such as the Pirate Ship Splash Pool, Lazy River, outdoor swimming pool and more when you stay here.

Huntington Beach State Park

Another great state park for camping, Huntington Beach State Park offers 107 sites with water and electric, along with 66 full hookup RV sites. They also have 6 rustic tent sites with tent pads and a primitive group area for camping. Enjoy the beach and camp at one of the most beautiful places in Myrtle Beach.

A few more great spots for camping near Myrtle Beach include:

Myrtle Beach Travel Park Campground

KOA Myrtle Beach

Willow Tree Resort Myrtle Beach

Ocean Lakes Family Campground

Bucksport Plantation Marina & RV Campground

Carolina Pines

Jellystone Park

Hammocks Beach State Park

Lake Waccamaw State Park

Carrollwoods RV Campground & Vineyard

If you want to enjoy tent camping or camping in an RV, there are several options in Myrtle Beach and throughout the surrounding area. Camping on the beach can be a great way to get away from the hassle of everyday life and enjoy some time relaxing. Myrtle Beach offers some of the best oceanfront camping in the country and many of the campgrounds on this list offer just what you're looking for.