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Posted: 11/16/21 08:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can’t decide between these two places for the last week of July. Please help me decide. 3 families all with 30ft travel trailers and kids that rams from 12-15 years old. What are the pro’s and con’s of each?

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Posted: 11/17/21 04:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Have you already checked that either of them have availability? This is a little late to be trying to get reservations at any of the ocean front MB campgrounds, especially for multiple spots.

Our favorite is Myrtle Beach Travel Park, mostly due to the location--it's a lot closer to the things we like to do in MB--and because it's not quite as busy/hectic as the others but still has plenty for kids to do.


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We liked PirateLand. Our kids were 11 and 12 when we went. Nice place, we loved it.


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I find Pirateland to be more hectic with lots of things going on.
Kids may find Pirateland to have more action vs. being more hectic.
In the end MB travel park is a more relaxing atmosphere vs. a busier, more going on atmosphere.
Do you want a more teenager friendly campground or a more adult friendly CG.
Both are both decent places but they are differences


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Agree with the above.. It will depend on WHO you want happier ..

Both are nice parks, with MBTP being more laid back.. MBTP has plenty of things to do, pool, game room, rolling river, basketball court, and activities daily.... BUT it always seams that there are MORE kids at Pirateland...Not to mention a TON more golf carts.....


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