Pirateland Family Campground

(2) Reviews

5401 South Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29575

Pirateland Family Campground is located near the breathtaking Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and is the perfect spot for your next beachfront camping trip. Travelers can look forward to gorgeous sights by the water, sunset views, great coastal flavors and plenty of fun activities. 


Amenities and Activities

Campers can take advantage of the tons of great activities near the campground. Some camper favorites include: surfing, paddle boarding, hiking, wildlife viewing, kayaking, swimming, river tours, sunset viewing, sunbathing on the beach, water skiing, aerial tour and golfing. Amenities at the park include: water, sewerage, WIFI, 30/50 amp sites, camp store, laundry facilities and pool access.



RVers can look forward to a number of excellent offsite attractions such as:

- Brookgreen Gardens

- Cap’n Rod’s Lowcountry Tours

- Charleston Adventures and Tours

- Big “M” Casino

- Sole Italian Restaurant

- Carolina Roadhouse

- Apache Pier

- Broadway Grand Prix Family Race Park

- Luigi's Trattoria

- Broadway at the Beach


The campground offers travelers convenient access to some of the region's best restaurants, breweries, outdoor activities and attractions; it's also a fantastic spot to enjoy plenty of camping adventures near the beautiful South Carolina coast. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 10/25/2019


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5401 South Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29575
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Overall Rating: 3.5

Conny Conway

It’s great how they pick up the trash. What I didn’t like, ANYWAY THEY CAN MAKE MONEY OFF THEY WILL, including YOUR VISITORS, $3per day time, if they wanna stay $5. Mini golf costs. One load of laundry will cost you $2, dryer $.25 for 6 minutes. If you need to get a taxi, forget about it NO ONE is allowed on grounds without a pass. Excessive barking of your puppy means your dog might bark for three minutes at the time. Leaving your dog in a fenced in area, while you have to use the facilities for number one( so what? About 2 minutes) is considered leaving your animal unsupervised. Lawn WILL BE MOWED ON SUNDAYS, NO(!!!!!!!!) exceptions. Pool is great, so is the lazy river. Besides that the ground is old, it’s clean. Access to the Atlantic is great. Mail will not be delivered, you have to sieve through your initials entire mail. Quiet hours are enforced UNLESS someone starts packing up at 5.00 AM which will set your dog off and no matter that it is inside your trailer, it’s a reason to threaten you with eviction. Best you get rid of the dog before you enter Pirateland. Kids friendly. Youngsters seem to have fun at the splash pool. Playground seems to be deserted all the time. Staff, cleaning and grounds keeping, is very friendly, while office won’t let you finish your sentences after paying up, nor are they willing to answer questions why breaking down a camp next to you at 5 AM loudly is okay. Don’t attach Republican bumper stickers to your car, they’ll fall of the car at night. The internet sucks, cable has moments when overloaded, but cell is great, so one may use personal hot spot as compensation. Trailers also arrive at 21.00. No one can get setting up done in an hour until quiet time starts, but remember dogs aren’t allowed to bark if they hear ruckus outside. If you ask me about my feelings, I felt like a prisoner, not being able to sleep in Monday’s, because I had to drive hubby to airport at 4 AM, due to his business trips and cabs can’t puck him up, I’m confined to the RV due to my dog barking, which had to be stopped even in your own trailer immediately.and yes, we were threatened with eviction.

Bertha W Lopez

We went last September and loved it, going back in October 2014. It is a big campground but we drove through the other campgrounds while we were there and like Pirateland better, even without taking kids with us. Our site was right on the water and near the beach, staff was friendly, barbque truck that comes a few days a week was yummy! Met some nice people as neighbors, no fires allowed but it was really too warm anyway. We did buy a propane fire pit which maybe we will use this year in the evening. Needed a vet while we were there and the office was very helpful finding us one. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group