|In Season||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$15.00 - $80.00|
|Daily||$79.00 - $79.00|
This is a much smaller park than some of the others, and does not have some of the kid friendly amenities. We like it because of the quietness and friendliness of both the staff and fellow campers. Some shady sites which we also like. It has become our "go to" when we visit Myrtle Beach. Probably boring for kids, but we are an older couple.
Potential to be nice but it s not. No air conditioning in shower room. It Smells like an outhouse and is dirty. Only a few spots with shade. Expensive for what you get. Will not return or recommend it to anyone else. Traffic was an issue too.
Your waterway access camping getaway nestled in South Myrtle Beach along the historic Intracoastal Waterway. Enjoy 101 Large Pull-Thru campsites with all the modern amenities such as 30 and 50 amp power, cable TV, Wi-Fi Internet, a camp store, concession, boat landing access, modern bathhouses and more. Cypress Camping Resort is also home to 7 cabins that sleep 6 campers at a time or 2 bunkhouses that sleep 16 youths. So If you have an athletic group, boy or girl scout troop or any other group that wants to head on a fun camping trip then we are just the place for you.