I made the reservation last night on their website. This morning I got a phone call and when I said motorcycle, they
said it would not be allowed on the site. I would have to park at the gate and walk into the resort campground.
They have over 1,000 sites, so you can imagine how far we would have to walk.
They do allow golf carts to be driven around the park, but no motorcycles.
Reservation was for $745.00 for 10 days. (RV plus trailer)
we reserved at another park for $$390.00 so we ended up saving almost 50%. lol
An open letter to the owners of Pirateland RV Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC.
My name is Jim Victor. I am 72 years old and have been riding motorcycles since I was 17. I am now riding my 36th motorcycle.
I have never been refused admission to any kind of accommodation before.
I do not own a bike with loud pipes, and with a 920 pound bike, I don't go ripping around terrorizing the neighbours.
I am a businessman and I sell motorcycle trailer hitches. I have also written a book called Pulling Your Tail, a book on the art of motorcycle trailing.
Statistics say that less than 1% of motorcyclists are what you would likely call a member of a "biker gang". What you are doing is profiling all motorcyclists as objectionable.
I resent that, and I vow to advertise your policy online and through motorcycle blogs.
You would be much safer, if you outlawed guns instead of motorcycles.
Canada Days in Myrtle Beach? No Thanks.