Lakewood Resort to Host Carolinas Meeting
Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C., will host the 2010 annual membership meeting and trade show for the Carolinas Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds Feb. 21-23.
This three-day event will bring approximately 75 campground owners and managers to the Myrtle Beach area and will feature seminars on a variety of topics from campground marketing to campground operations, according to a news release.
“We are thrilled to host the Carolinas Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds at Lakewood,” said Shannon Gomer, chairman of the board at Lakewood Camping Resort. “Not only will this event bring hundreds of people into the Myrtle Beach area, it will also allow us to learn the latest technology and trends in the campground industry. We look forward to a successful and informative event.”
Spread across 200 acres, Lakewood has grown from Myrtle Beach’s first privately owned oceanfront campground to the eighth-largest camping resort in the world. Featuring 1,100 campsites and 85 villas, Lakewood offers a choice of campsites, RV spots and villas that feature views of the ocean, lakes or natural areas. All sites feature electrical hook-ups, Internet connections, cable, free local phone calls, a full-service bath house and onsite laundry facilities.
Lakewood also offer guests a wide range of amenities to enjoy after spending the day at the beach, including an indoor heated swimming pool and spa, five stocked fresh water lakes, golf cart rentals, beachfront playground, an arcade with electronic and table-top games and a daily “Kids Club” to keep children happy and entertained.
The campground’s newest amenity, The Coffee House, serves fresh pastries, iced espresso drinks and Pepsi products and campers can surf the web for free. The Trading Post Snack Bar and the Stage Door Snack Bar both offer a full-service selection of sandwiches, New York style Snappy Zappy’s pizza, ice cream and other desserts.