One Of The Best RV Parks In Myrtle Beach Is A Secluded Escape With Great Amenities

Few beach towns are as quintessential Americana as Myrtle Beach in South Carolina. Whether you visit in the peak of summer or head to one of its attractions in another season, like this popular beach destination that's just as fun in the fall, one of the most popular ways to experience Myrtle Beach is by camping out in an RV. While Myrtle Beach has a bit of a party scene, it can be a peaceful and tranquil escape if you stay at the right place — in this instance, Hideaway RV Resort. 

Hideaway RV Resort is best for experiencing the quieter side of Myrtle Beach. Luckily, it's in a prime enough location that you can have your cake and eat it, too. If you're more interested in exploring South Carolina's great outdoors as opposed to sipping frozen cocktails along the boardwalk (or if you simply want the opportunity to do both), much like its name suggests, Hideaway RV Resort is just that: a hideaway for road trippers.

A peaceful respite

As one of the most budget-friendly beach towns in South Carolina, many families and spring breakers choose to come to Myrtle Beach for a fun, jam-packed vacation. If you're looking for something on the quieter side while still exploring the uber-popular destination, Hideaway RV Resort has you covered. Depending on your preferences, you can choose between pull-through, back-in, and waterfront sites. These campsites offer varied comforts, including concrete pads with full hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, and private bathrooms.

Take advantage of the resort's ample amenities to best enjoy the great outdoors. Hideaway RV Resort offers kayak and paddle board rentals to guests so you can get out on the water at a peaceful pace. Kayaking on the serene South Carolinian waters is especially ideal for couples who want to experience an underrated American destination. If you want to flip your fins without getting in the ocean, use the resort's swimming pool. Myrtle Beach is a great fishing destination, and the resort has fishing piers directly on the intercoastal waterways. There's even a large fishing pond with a nature trail right on site. 

Don't worry about hiring a dog sitter if you're headed here. Hideaway RV Resort is a dog-friendly property, and your pup can run freely in the designated fenced dog park. If you want to inject some spice into your quiet respite, the resort's location will save the day. 

Still a hopping destination (if you want it to be)

Hideaway RV Resort is located approximately 8 miles from the Myrtle Beach boardwalk, which is the center of town. The boardwalk is arguably the most popular attraction in the city, and let's be real; no visit to an American beach town is complete without at least one stroll down the boardwalk. Myrtle Beach is home to Broadway at the Beach, an outdoor entertainment complex with shopping, amusement park rides, live music, and plenty to eat and drink.

If you want to support local businesses and fancy a beer, Myrtle Beach is home to 10 breweries. You can visit all of them on the designated Myrtle Beach Beer Trail. Soak up the hoppy beer with some fresh seafood by the sea from some of the best restaurants in Myrtle Beach (according to reviews), like Hook & Barrel, Bimini's Oyster Bar and Seafood Café, or Flamingo Grill.