Stayed in #17 which backs right up to a pond and has a swing directly behind the site next to the pond. Downside was rooftop satellite would not peek through the trees even though it was facing the right direction. Had to run about 75' of cable out to the edge of the road with the Carryout to get TV. There are a few pull-throughs - maybe 10 or so. Great friendly staff and the campground is well taken care of. Would most definitely stay here again. Make reservations early if you want one of the pull-throughs!
Campground is just as advertised - it was a farm. Sites 1-12 & 18-21 are pretty much out in the open with little shade. Sites 13-17 back up to a tree line and will be shaded in the afternoon; however, satellite reception could be a problem. Sites B1-B3 are more secluded with B1 under a giant live oak and is mostly shaded. They trimmed up some limbs to allow rooftop satellite reception which worked well with Winegard Trav'ler using Dish. B2 is a little more in the open. B3 looks out over a field and is very private. All three of these sites are next to the "toy shed" where you can park your bike if you want to keep it out of the weather. Couldn't get the Wi-Fi at B1. B1 has a little slope from back to front, but not too bad. Had to use 25' of sewer hose in order to reach the drop. This campground is as close to Savannah as you can get I think and we would stay here again.