THE MEASURES WE’RE TAKING TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY
We are pleased to welcome each of our guests. Thank you for choosing to stay with us! The entire world has changed due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic and camping at Myrtle Beach Travel Park is going to be different this year too. We want to provide you with information regarding how we’re keeping you, your family, and our team healthy while you’re here in the park.
We are following all guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. We’re also abiding by all Executive Orders, et cetera handed down by South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, as well as the Horry County Council.
FACE COVERING MANDATES:
Horry County (where Myrtle Beach Travel Park is located), along with the City of Myrtle Beach and the City of North Myrtle Beach have all enacted a variation of a face covering requirement. You could face a fine if you are not wearing a face covering.
We’ll start with a few general items we need your help with. Myrtle Beach Travel Park is requiring guests wear face coverings any time they are not on their own campsite. This includes if a guest wants to enter the General Store, Front Office, pool area, bath houses, and the laundromat.
Many of you have had questions regarding this requirement. Here are some answers:
- Health officials say you wearing a face covering helps to protect people near you. And someone else wearing a face covering helps to protect you. By requiring everyone wear face coverings, we are hoping this will help keep our guests, their families, their friends and our team members healthy.
- If you’re going to the beach, we require you put your face covering on when you leave your campsite and wear it through the park, until you reach the sand. You do not have to wear a face covering on the beach. Then, when you come back, put the face covering on when you walk over the beach access and w