We were not able to get a reservation for this park during the days we needed but we decided to drive through it to see if it's a place we would like to try in the future. I am so glad we did because it's not a place we would enjoy at all. The sites are very small and packed together like sardines. There is very little space between RVs. There are many long term residents and there don't appear to be many rules about upkeep. There were still Christmas decorations up at the end of February. There were shabby, ill kept structures on some sites. There is not privacy at all between the sites. It had the feel of a very cramped, poorly kept trailer park rather than a campground. We would not stay here.
This is a very nice campground. All of the sites are pull throughs and are extremely easy to get in and out of. There are many long term residents, but the park is neat and clean, and we did not feel unwelcome or out of place. There is a nice size lake that you can swim in during the summer months, and the park is only 15 - 20 minutes from St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island. The cable and wi-fi worked perfectly. Each site has a concrete pad, and almost all of them had a good amount of privacy. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a beautiful park and very nice campground. Check in was easy and even though we changed our reservation after we got there, it was a very simple process. The staff are friendly and professional. The sites are large, level, and easy to get in and out of. The roads are all paved. The sites are gravel. There were many big rigs here so it appears to be very big rig friendly. The park has a splash park in the summer, a huge dog park with a lake the dogs can swim in, boat rentals, cabin rentals, the list goes on. This is the nicest overall campground we have stayed in. It is only 10 minutes from downtown Charleston. We will definitely stay here again.
We camped here Feb. 2013. All of the sites are good sized pull throughs with most having a nice amount of privacy. There is work being done on section 1, so that was closed, and there was a temporary dump station. The road in and out is one lane but two ways. We didn't have any issues with this, but I could see how it might be a problem if two RVs were coming from opposite directions as there isn't much room to pull over to allow anyone to pass. It also requires you to circle around and come back the other way if you are going the wrong way to pull into a site. The nature trails are beautiful, and there are miles and miles of them. The bathrooms are in great condition and were very clean. It's about 15 minutes from the historic district. It's a great park for nature. We would stay here again if we are in the area.